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THE VINTON RECORD.
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO,
THURSDAY, MA It. 13, 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
Om sndafUr Sunday, November Sd, 1J7J
Irmin will ran ae lollowe: Th St. Loin
Bxprm rune duly; J1 ether trains daily Sua
fa Faat Lm ud Express will (top only
l Loveland, Greenfield, Chilli:oth, Hamden,
Athens and Scott's Lsnding. FastiLin going
t will stop at UlaocheaUr, also. Ulher
iraiaa stop at an stations.
Station,: Mail. Fut L.
Oioinnil.......t 84am 10 2Uam
GjtUeoihe.....ll SOam V Slpm
Aiohland rur.U SHnm t UVpm
Hamden ....1 ifhm lpm
HoAlTMUvan,. 1 UftiUI 31pm
Vmio ....... 1 Upm 1 4f(m
Zahaskt.... I ilpm I 48pm
Bpt furnace... 1 Mpm I Sopai
rarSar burg. .... 4 66pm 4 aopra
Bastions. Mail. Feat L. PI. I,. Ex
arktribura-.. ...... 9 Warn ( ooora 1 to pin
Horiafi'urnace..... 1 0pm It SOarn I 2Jpm
tr-3l. ....... 1 Knn 11 3Sara dJpm
frKSn.... 1 Upm lH.'.am I 40piu
MoAamva 1 tapes 11 iium I 47pm
Bamdea 1 Mnm 12 uum I Mum
Ktchlaed Fur.. 1 13pm 12 Upm 4 tmpm
ChiUiotb...nw S 19pm 1 Wpm 4 66pm
Clihaii... ...I lopm 6 oupro. I uuprn
Ttaa Zalaski Accommodation going; eaat
lar,Chillicothsal Oua. m., Ray. villa T u
Richland Furnace, I 10, Hamden arrive ( 45
denarl IS. McArthur. 65, Vinton 10 M
taleaki 10 M. (Joint west Zaleaai 4 00p.m.,
Vinton 4 So, McArthur 6 UO, Hamden, arrive
SO depart 6 50, Richland Furnace, VI,
Jaavavilla. 50. Chilllcothe. I 25.
frame on the PORTSMOUTH BRANCH
will lain Hamden at 15 a.m. and 4 00 p. m
arriving atPortamoulb at 11 10a m.andT W)p.
m. Returning traina mill leave Portsmouth at
4 a.m. and 12 20 p.m., arming at Hamtlen
at li;4 a.m. and 5 no p.m.
Trama connect as l.oveland for alt points on
he Little Miami Railroad, and at the inuiaoap
allu anrl rtinninnatl Railroad Innctin for all
Dolnta Weat; at Athena, with the Columbue
A H. V. K, R., At Parkernhurg, with (he it. at
V, tt. It. w. rw iwy 1 1
Muter of Transportation,
WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEK
I WILL run a hack from Wllkesville to
Riitdin and return avarv Monday. Wednes-
da? and Friday, for the accommodation of
passengers, malting close connection wim me
man trains on me M. a v. n n. i i
arry sxprens paukages thijiped to or from
laoe. point oj tneauam, niurea. m.
pf ISAAC W. MILLER.
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHARLES . BAEUETT, Proprietor
WILL run regularly to McArthur Station
to meet all mail trains.
Hack leave McArthur poit office el 12.00
o sioea, u. eacn uay, 10 connect wuu man
Orders left st the post office, McArthur, er
uundas, promptly atifnuemo.
CHARLES W. BAENKTT,
Hamden, Wilkauville and Middleport
HAVING the contract for carrying the mail
between the above points I will be able to
I urnish conveyance for passengers and their
baggage to and from said points on the follow
angdays: From Wllkesville to Hamden and
back on Mondays, Wednesday' and Fridays;
and from Wilkeaville to Middleport, Meigs
Co, and back, on Tuesdays, Thursdays nd
Saturdays. JOHN LEVIS.
Tab Boston Journal 11 confi
dent that the idea that house
hold work is thought degrad
ing in the United States, in any
general senBe, or to any excep
tional degree, as compared
with other countries, is utterly
absurd, and that as a whole,
the women of America stand
at the very bead of the house
hold workers of the world.
A bill was passed In the
Ohio House of Representa
tives on the 4th instant, pro
viding a penalty for transport
ing paupers into counties
where they have no legal resi
dence, in order that the cost of
their maintenance may fall on
the wrong county.
The National Dkbx was re
duced five millions of dollars
during the month of February.
It will be recollected there was
an increase during the two
months previous; and having it
under control once more, it is
hoped the authorities will go on
in the good work of reducing
The ex-Queen Isabella of'
Spain met her husband ior the
first time in several years ft
the late funeral of the Duke de
San Ricardo in Paris, and
showed him his little baby
which was recently born.
A coboueb's jury in Missouri
resently gave an intelligent
and explanatory verdict thus :
"We find that he came to his
death from calling BillJackson
At Paris, Ohio, a yellow pop
lar tree has just been cut
down which yielded more than
70,000 feet of lumber. It was
sold for $10 a thousand feet
A totjnq lady doing honors in
the White House, is a novelty
in American history. The dis
tinction will fall on Nellie
Must to favor An old neigh
bor," Ex-President Johnson ar
gued a case beiore a Tennessee
Justice of the Peace, a few days
A widow argued a will case
before a Georgia court, and by
putting in a judicious assort
ment of smiles and tears won
Atlisrytlstai 1 Uwertad at fair Price.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
THE Zaleskl Company, with view to the
development of Hie local interest of Zalea
ki, to secure its permanent piosperity, aad to
auu 10 lie population ana weaun, are now
onering to actual aettleis, town lots and form
lands at low prices, and on liberal terms.
Persons desiring to examine the property
and to uy cheap houses will apply at lbs
lompanv s omees to
R. THOMPSON, Manager,
laleskl, Ohio, May Is, 1T1. tt
the new postal law e are supplying the peo
pie with our tine nickel white metal were, of
npie eieciro-sitver plate, post-paid to any
part of the country dt reel from our manufac.
Notwithstanding a large advance in nirkel
we still orler the goods, both plain and fancy
patterna, atformer factory rates, and will mail
any Quantity at these prices, ou receipt of the
Butter knife, pickle fork, sigar spool and
napkin ting, each $100
Tea spoon, and nut picks, hslt dos. 2 50
Dessert knives, lorks and noon,, half dos. 4 UO
Tsble " 5 00
Resisting of old ware in the best manner, at
one half or these prices.
We will mail to any addreas nhotniranhs
snd price lists of 'our FIE SILVER
t-LATLD AMD UUliAJIXIA
the manufacture ol which is a specialty with
It fa .it, nrlail. I. ..r. 1. .. -J. I... l
.11 'i. i. ... i.i.
m. wiuLiiiiwii iviijiiiu ...Kiigp.
In what papar uid you see our advertise-
M AXalSfu, RODIXSOX de CO.,
14 Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio
VTM. J. R ASM ELLS A. CO.,
3EAL ESTATE AGENTS
Ont door voett of Dan. Will Bro'i.
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Persons wishing to purchase lands farms or
town lots in Vinton or adioining oounties will
tnd trscts to suit them by calling.
Persons wishina to sell lands, farms or town
Iota will bsve a good chance of doing so by
issviog nescnpiion, sic. in our nanus.
WsL J. RAMNKI.L4 A CO.,
oct2l Bain Street, McArthur, 0.
Dr. Duponco's (-'olden
They never fall, snd may be depended anon
n every esse where the monthly do has
been oMrticted through cold or disease.
iiutows iiULDbn riiu. always giveim.
mediate relie. A ladv write,: "'Duoonco'a
Golden Pill, relieved me in one day like mag.
io." The genuine are now put up in large
white boxea containing double the quantity of
puis, ana upon eacn uox you win nnn my
"Private U. Revenue Stamp." Dpon the
stamp see the words liUPO.NUO'S GOLDEN
PILLS, in white letters, without that none
iteniemoer the genuine is in the white boxes
Full Snd exnlieit dir. ction, aecomnaav esi'li
box. Price II. 00 ner box. six boxes IJ.Iit.
Sold by ene druggist in everv town, Tillsgs,
city and hamlet thronshout the world.
Bold in McArtl.tir, O.,
By G. )V. SISSOX. Dnggitt.
Sole Ajent for Tinfoil County.
Bv sendinir him 11.00 thranirhlha MeArthnr
0.. Post Office, oan have the pill, sent confi
dentially, by mail, to any part of the country,
free of postsze.
b. v. uost, proprietor, Jew lor.
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It. Holland, the editor, will write the serial
story of th, year, which will be autobiograph
ical in form, and will be illustrated bv Hias
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will deal Willi some of tha moitditflcull orob
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Bret llano, the best writer or short stories
now living, will contribute a characteristic
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will be illustrated bysheppard.
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ton, f'roude, Higijioson, Bishop Huntington,
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Stoddard, Celia Thaxter, Wurner, Wilkinson,
airs, wnitney, Desiuea a nosi or others.
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Address HARDER 4 BROTHERS, hewYork.
Lovo and Matrimony.
The affections may ba gained by Allowing
simpb rules, and all may marry happily with
out regard to wealth, age or beauty. Address,
Madam Lnoilla Demaxre, Bible Honai
Station, H. T. 2)anly
It is but a few years since
the vote of a leading Senator
of unquestioned integrity, was
sold ior $10,000 cash, and the
money actually paid to the
lobby and by them divided or
used for their purposes, though
the fact did not come to the
knowledge of the Senator un
til years after; and this is the
way it was done.
An important financial meas
ure was peuding, and a knowl
edge in advance of which way
it would be decided would en
able operators ia the great
cities to make a large amount
of money; and, alter a careful
canvass of the views of Sena
tors, the lobby reached the
conclusion that, as this partic
ular Senator should vote, so
would the question be decided.
The position of the Senator
seemed to require that he
should not disclosa his views
until he was ready to do so on
the floor of the Senate, thai
the whole couutry should be
notified at the same time, and
all parties be placed upon an
equal footing. Through some
leakage from the committee
room, the lobby ascertained
that the Senator was privately
preparing a speech on the
question, and it, therefore, be
came important to know the
tenor of this speech before it
could be delivered.
A. person having access to
the committee room undertook
tlm task, and by unlawfully
opening the desk or drawer in
which the papers of the Sena
tor were kept, procured and
read the notes ot the speech.
laving thus surreptitiously
obtained the required knowl
edge, the lobbyist was prepared
to negotiate upon a certainty,
and at once applied to the
proper parly with the proposi
tion to guarrntee the vote ol
the Senator for the sum ot $10,
000, which was promptly put
up p.nd, upon the delivery of
the speech and passage of the
bill, paid over to the contract
ing party; and the agent of
the parties who favored the
passage of the bill, and proba
bly the parties themselves,
were left to the conviction that
this distinguished Senator had
actually bartered his vote for
the sum of 810,000, while in
fact, the Senator knew nothing
of the matter until some two
came to his knowledge; till
then he supposed that the de
livery of bis speech in the
Senate gave the first knowl
edge of his views outside of
the committee room.
Cases not unlike thid are of
common occurrence, though
generally "involving smaller
Rodney Foos, Clerk of the
Supreme Court, has received
notice from W. II. Sly, Grand
Master of the I. O. O. F., of
Ohio, that he has been elected
Deputy Grand Master of the
State, his term of office com.
mencing the second Tuesday
If the editor of the Jackson
Standard has to go to the Con
stitutional Convention, he will
favor a clause allowing women
to vote, hold office, drink cock
tails, ride astraddle, and do
every thing else the men do.
Senator Sumner has not en
tered the hall of the House of
Representatives since the joint
meeting to declare the vote for
President, four years ago.
Both Houses of Congress, on
Saturday, resolved formal con
gratulations to the Spaniards
on the recent change in their
form of government.
Mice harm the cheese, but
the girls charm the he's. The
same is true of their respective
eating of cheese and cheating
Mrs. Poland, mother of Ma
jor Wm. Poland, died in Chilli
cothe, on Tuesday, of last week,
Pomerot will summer at
Watch Uill.R. L Kansas is
too hot for him.
As the 4:30 train Irom New
York reached Stamford Satur
day, an antique looking-look
ing dame thrust her head out
of the window opposite the re
freshment room door, and
brieflly shouted "Sonny 1" A
bright looking boy came up to
the window. "Little boy" said
she, "have you a mother?"
"Yes, ma'am." "Do you love
her!' "Yes, ma'in." aDo you
go to school?" uYes ma'm."
"And are you faithful to your
studies?" "Yes, ma'am." "Do
you say your prayers every
night?" "Yes ma'm." Can I
trust you to do an errand for
me?" "Yes. ma'm." I think I
can, too," said the lady, look
ing steadily down on the manly
face. Here is five cents to get
me an apple: Remember Uod
It is in contemplation to re
duce the number of Represen
tatives in the New Hampshire
Legislature At present the
proportion is about one lo
every barn, and the farmers
complain that while laws are
made their crops go to ruin.
The decreasing population of
the State is explained on the
ground that large numbers
of persons are forced to emi
grate to escape being elected
to the Assembly.
The iamous Jumel estate
case has come to an end at
last. The plaintiff, George W.
Bowen, claimed the estate on
the ground that he was an il
egitluiate son of Madame
Jumel, deceased. The Court
held that Madame Jumel had
only a life interest in the es
tate; and the jury decided that
this view was correct, and
that, furthermore, Bowen had
not established his claim to be
ing the offspring of Madame
Is Arkansas, a man was sen
tenced to be hanged, but all
the carpenters in the neighbor
hood refused to build a scaffold.
As the condemned man was
himself a carpenter by trade,
the sheriff tried to Induce him
put up the gallows, but he
steadfastly declared he'd Le
hanged if he would.
The Varner House of Ports
mouth, Ohio was sold under
the hainriier last week to L. C.
Damarin, for $15,050.
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Prairie Itch is caused by a
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ot the body, especialy upon
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correcting the secretions and
curing the Liver, remove in a
short time this troublesome
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See advertisement in anoth
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grave without a specific com
plaint the premature victims
of exhaustion. Yet when vi
tal energy fails from any cause,
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ies of other picture. Pictures may be
made as large as life from the tiniest
locket picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
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tel or ink, at rates to suit all circum
Catarrh, Consumption k Rheumatism.
Immediate relief and a permanent cor
guaranteed in every osse. Particulars sent
Ire. Addiees CI intoi Medical Institute, 147
East 16th St., M.Y.
DE. CROOK'S WINE OF Tilt
-- Tea yearra p
A8 He teat ha proved
2f ' V Crook' Witt of Ta
ijjiy have more merit tl
any similar preparation
llo. It I rich In the
medicinal qualities ol
mKH Tar, ana nnequaiea lot
nd '"v performing
mwt v uie siuni a..An.AOb.
w cures. It EKf KCTUA.LLY
WIST ...mm all i nnvh. unit
s.oiua. 1, una cuicu mj
many cases of Aitkma
aud Bronchitis), that
has been pronounced
plaltita. f or rsins iu
f,.A 1, An. . MI.I
,119 . ... . . .
. val n, tf 111
Of the Urinary Organs, jauuuiee, m
any iiiver o,iii , .""
It la alao a unerlor Tonle,
beatore the Appetite,
NtrenKthen the "Jrni.
Bea tores the Weak and Debilitated.
launr, ...w ...... - -
Bemoves lysnepsli and Indigestion,
Prevent Halarlou Fevers,
(live tone to your nyaieiu
That Palo, Yellow. SlcUy-Loollnff SMi
la ennntteu to one ot iresinirm "
rhnu niuAHMea nf the Mkln. Plmplea
Pn.inlm. lllnlrhM and Eruption art
or the Eyen, wnite iweiuer, ntyy.
Old Korea or liny kind of Humor rnpldlj
dwindle and disappear under Ita Influence
In fuct It will do you more good, and curt
you more speedily thnn any and all othei
prepurntloiiB combined. Wilt ll HI It Is na
ture's own restorer I A soluble oxyd of iror.
combined with the medicinal properties a
Poke Hootdl vested oi oiiiuwinroeiiuitiquiti
Ities It vy 111 cure any t'hronle or Long
Standing; ltlaeane whose real or dlreo'
cause is bad blood. Khenmatiam.Paini
In U nib or Hone, Constitutions bro
ken down by Mercurial or other poison
are all cured byit. ForNyphllU.or Syph.
Illtle taint, there 1 nothing: equal lo It
A trial will prove It. ASK FOR DK
L'ROOK'N I'OMatUUMD SiBtP Ol
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'f0 'oaspaiuj uug may -aao pun nsi&jtua
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jmius vil Uliriuuu mv viult
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uons 'pooj 8uisanou iwoS wi 'njBsrjia-an)j
jiuq-auo pus auo oi Jict) uiojj Ha is poq oi
kuio9 no sM3)na om jo 9.1BJ, 'iuon3Mia
ntH mimCs " jo pjotj oni ura oiuispida oj
vnajjin uvoxnia iiiiMHpmu sil Il 2u.fjjnd
tH aswssip ,snuilu Xpoq sin Amo&
oia ttduisja 'oiioa 'puJ 'uoimuiurauui mo.rJ
jsqiia "OAtoi pun 'tpnutoia 'utaisi's snoAiou 9qi
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oqi jo eJoiutiM oqj loojojd sopjodojaJniqioot
pu 'Duniiaq 'ounist;q joqi Suoaoj tunoairBui
pns Ruondru jo twsrea ti pjsnS-sjBa jooq oin
js i mtuij vd3ia B.itaj'iv.tt utt jo son
JOJd 8A)VS1 pnui pun JU3jdy aix
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upog 'onainid 'OAimxu'i siioijii,k 'saim
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uvoaxus.ims'irAV 'UU jo sj.udojd aiix
poioaju s 9jno
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9tit (m'sudjp juinajounj otiil uoiBuiuniunl 9qi
ju spoils oi) Xbaib Suiaiosoj r pun 'amnio ain
OAOtuai Xaqi pooin aii aui.(jijnd in uatiuuui
jniimis u sjstia osaqt ii no idb .iiiio
4u.v uaojiiuj ,-ani"AV Aa
pnrj amnnsno isuui oqi n uaAtod oaii
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esaqi u -oia "oia 'so.ta oaos 'uins 9tt jo sno)
dnjj 'S3JOS pio 'Ktionoaiiv rojtiajon Siuo
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'ajlio-) 'ipou paiia.ns 'i;DdiBAJ?i maai.l 's3tij
liaAts ail'I.U '113 '.511131 " 'upijojos
aqi jo snononnj .fqunaq oqi Huijoiboj iiituanaa
pus Ma.t aqi jo sttonaJaas aii DuiiB'nuinsauiii
tuse 9ti jb 'papooi ajs 3Atoq aii qapiAt qi
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III iaqj so 'miaxxtti hvdsi s.hhstvav
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satll nodnaananuni ltijiOAtod a Jluiijaxa 'An
sajtid I 'luouiinaaj joih ni tuaDsiA putuop
qs jaqio pus 'J3A! poo t:mnio)s aqi jo siuatu
aAlsiiaixa Xq painnduioaan iiqntjBAU!
jb 'ssau.Op pus itiaq istisnun jo suosuas Jluiaup
ot AqB!UBui3J pus 'uuiniuy pnB jaununs tl
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nqtJi 14ba Jiain qii 'sjaqio Xnciu pus 'autBf
a.looBOH 'qsuurjABg 'auqoR BtuuqBiy 'lasaj
apuBJO om 'sozrjjd 'opBjoiog 'poa 'susub
JV 'pusiiaqntn3 '9asaouai 'sonii 'jno88j
omo 'lddissiseiri 9111 jo oauqi Xnnpadsa 'saiBia
pailu.T aqi inotino4msjoAj isajlljnojosiaiiBA
aqi ni iuaBAajd ot ojb qaiqjt 'sjas tuai
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jo (top i asm 'siqi isuroa pnnS ox Tfionog
eq jo tsXBJBd oi loafqn an aju m eanBA
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anil uaqtnnij su qons 'siBjanm pno sjtmjj ui
paDvaua saowad saswasirj wautjai(
, waiiia 9aqi bmh stiuoj
mojj mais.fs om 89jj ihaa 'otiiuiuiiaqin ou
laanjjuuaA on 'auiaipatu jo tuoinii o.j amiaBin
jo sjaisuoui JuA! asoiu poajq isqi snsodap
Atunt pus uomiui pasuasip aqi nodn mq 'istxa
tujOM iBti Xpoq oi i jo siuaraaia XqilBaq eqi no
an loo t if -siujoa jo aatiaaajd oqi uiojj idtua
xat ipoq atoqat quBaoqijoaaBj aqiaoiBnpiA
us anjBa si ojoqx : itnaoiorsXqd paqsma
niisip SABft -paAotuaj pus paXoaisop Ximni
jajjaaj spuBsrioqiuBiuo8joniais om ui
Jui(JUl'siujOAAmo pud 'UJ 1
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wqi innjoSiAui nuapuo isoiu atu eusiiifl
avussiA uiiiqaojd spuvsnoq.t pijjiwjo
"Moiioj !1M uiaisXs 3qi jo qiBaq aqi
pn ajnil pooiq ati daa -uaqM no! nai hiai
Uuqaaj jnoi ! moj si n uaq n anuoaia ! sa3A
eqi u qiqiianis pus paianjisqo n pno noX naqAt
aiutioia ! sajos jo 'suondrua 'saidinu nt ami
eqi qanojqi Hunsanq sanundtui sit pun noi
ISAaoaqit poom paA q esui3
Jna Jiaqi jo snojnpajDni tsora oqi oauiAuoa ma
asBa qans ii onioq ouo sjauin asaqi jo osn aqi
Xq onm iJoqs u tuaisAs ati jo no paujira put
da anp Xuruain aut 'ajnitju jo euisu jaAaiBqat
jo nng oti jo tastjatifi pa sjoinnii 'oiiie
eqi jo suoiiBJOjooBia 'tjunog 'qaii tBiaduij'S
fa3 ej8 'PBan-Plwg suuojt.8uia'gaiounqjB3
ilioa Bamtsnj iaidujid 'nods tsqaioin 'uinaqii
lS 'aiWi '.UOtjJn: 'taswesia n ns jojf
sasBasia snoinn "1 15 mVAto pjJaa
tAPmU9An aqi jo uoriBniuiBUUi io uoial
no,') SuiAanaj n moSs mjjaaod B B 8nnas jc
1U3U1 jnqnaad atn osr Sinssassod 'no j, s
Ux SAHoilAua aitusf) a ms Xix
qi jo in.iraaJowjap Xq paonpuad XutuanaJ si
qaqa'pooigpaiciiAXq pasnn ajBsasuosia qons
'injtsaoant isoui naaq 3Aq gjaiim asaqi 'jappBig
pu tXaupiH'jaAri'pooin aqi joeasBasia "siaAaj
luaiiiauaiui pu laaiuuian sno(in 'aoitsal
ipui jo sdsdsXQ jnoo pn ni,ntauaqii
W04i3 iuw Xioiwininapni aoj
'aiqlldaajadnooi tq luani
Aojarm; panm iqi aausngui us papiaat;
pi XBidsip tuania ojnoi asatu 'ajq jo turn aqi k
'pooqusuioAi jo oavp oin i 'aiHuis jo paiJJBui
"P10 J08uitoXu 'tUjdtno3 iaaj aoi
laauiasiuaApiriqiJIuai osqi titjouj tl'
jo eaiaiUBnS jaiiaq OAOid ma onioq auo pui
'rtinba on snq u nuisiduioa esaqt m -visdadtXa
JO iSuudHBo aqi ojb tntoidoiXg rnjUd Jaqic
pajpunq b poB'sXaupt aqi jo suo8aj aqi nj upu
i8ani oqi JononBUiujsuuiUBaH aqi jouornili
aqi u eisBipBa'qat
tuoisaqi jo tmoiiBianjg jnog 'tsautzzia 8aqa
oqijo ssaoiuSu, rqanos "ajapinoiig aqi m bibj
'aqanintail uots8pai jo sddsXa
"Jicuajjo luiod aqi puoXaq psisia iiibsjc
rtniA aqi pus "suuaia jaqio jo nosjod rsjaum
Xq paXoJisap ioa ej sauoq jjaqj pspiAojc
liaa nn8ao nnjaiaj pn suoioaa!p 01 Duipjos
n,ql a uoutj oj(
anasip jo suuoj us m aiqBtiaj put ares nmsac
Jiaqi u nrtruaa 'aoiiaa Jiaqj at idtnojd lior
jo Xsva oib Xsqx 'Xpoq pus pain
qioq JDiBjo8Atr( put 8umsajjsj ii Suiudl
uotipuoa Xqiioq 01 pooiq eqi loijoisa.
ptra jaiiBta tmouosioa n jjo 8uXjjb3 'toot
oqi jo joiBjo8AUt pas jomoaoa taaua;
sidpnuj SotAUt-ajri pus jaownj pools
tajo eqi aj iatix iiaBinujnB onoqooiv ui
njojj aajj UJ0jrre3 jo iqjaq put siooj aAtivt
in njojj apBtn -aupipan -u oj jnq "uio,
po v3ouaunjp 0 do jaiddn oq psai mtr
'a? ui3J0iaH .axiiaddVn ..'khuoi,
PaiiTO aiswi aqi swBaid 01 pauaiaaa pm
paoids 'pajoiaop 'sjonbn esnjaa pus iind
joojj 'XamruM utnn jooj 10 opara aDuf
Xanitf 0A jou eat tuma aw.wIA
ExPKRiK.tcB will teaoh any man that
it is advantageous to patronize those
who adrertiis in newspapers- I
. i-trt .
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
la tho otily Known Remedy for Bt-lL-M' DIs
eto and has cured every case of W'ibelcs In
which it Ims liccr. plvcu. Irritation of tho Neck
of tho HIaud.T and Inllainmatlon of thy Kidneys,
l'lccratloii of tho Kidneys and Bladder, Kctcn
Hon of Urine. l)ieacs of tho l'r.istste Glum ,
Stone In 111 BlaiWer, Gravel. Urick Dust Deposit,
snd Mucous or Jliiky Di-charges, and for tu
feeblrd Delicate Constitutions of both bexes,
altcuued with Hie fu'low'nfi.IP''Li0!
of Toner, Lo.s of Memory, DllUculty pf Breath
in Weak Nerves Wakefulness, Pain in Iho
Buck Flti.-hlnguf llie l)"ly. Eruption on tho race,
l'ollid L'iiuntcu.ince, Lassittido of thu System, etc.
I sed by persons in tho decline or clumpo or
lite; lifter conftnement or labor .paius, bed-wct-tinj
iu children, etc.
Iu many auYcllunt peculiar to Indict, ll;o Ex
tract liucbu U uiicriuufed by any other rimci.y
As lu Chlorosis or Keteution, lrru(,ntlarliy, ruin
fiiluessorSupprcseliini'f Customnrjr Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrus stato of tho Lterns, Leu
corrhtra or White", Sterility, snd for all coin
plaints incident to liu tex. Jt Is pretcribed
extensively by tho nion cmiucnt Physician and
Mldwivcs for enfeebled and delicutu coustitu
tions of both sexes aud all aires. f
KEAIINEI'S JEX''UACT BVCIaC,
tri PUtam AiMl from Imprudinca,
IIMU of Jjutil'ttUon, Etc., in til their ttages, at
liltle espense, little or uo cbungo iu diet, 110 lu
cunyuuleuec, and uo exposure. It causes a fre
quent desire, and give strenirth to urinate,
thereby removing Ofotructions.Treventkiif and
Curing Strictures of the Urethra. Alloying Pain
and lunummatinn, so frequent iu this class ui aU
cases, and cxpelliiii; all poisonous matter.
KEAUNEY'S EXTUACT BUCHV,
$1.00 per bottlo or six bottles for J.VCO, delivered
to any adtlree, secure from nbservutlou. Sold by
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AVOID QUACK8 . i.i D IMPOSTCR8.
Ko Chargs lor Advice aud Ooniolttillou.
Dr. J. B lnott. Graduate of .1 ffenun ttidUnl
Colltut, Philadelphia, author uf eevcrul yuluahlo
works, citu he cuusttlted all discs uf tho
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which hj hai niudu
an especiul study), cither iu malu or female, no
matter from what coumj orij.'inaliug, t.r of how
loug standing. A practice ut t) years enable
hint to treat diseases wilh success. Cures guar
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104 Duttuo St., Kuw York.
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TUB most Tnonouon Fuittrixrt or m
BLOOD TIT DUCOVIBSO.
CTJRE9 ALL HOMOR9, FROM A COMMON
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Br Ita use Cancers are cared, and
Cancerous tumors are dispersed without the sur
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Venereal Disease, Mercurial and Miner,
al Poisons, aud their effects eradicated, and vigor
ous health aud a sound constitution established.
Female) Weakness and Disease,
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Erysipelas, Salt Rhenm, Scold Tlcad, aad"
Fever Sores are soon removed by this powerful
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Chronic Diseases, Fever and Ague, Dis
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Each bottle contains between forty and
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From one to four or 11 re bottles will
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From two to ten bottles will restore
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From five to twelve bottles will enm
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From three to twelve bottles will
Cure severe and obstinate cases of Catarrh.
From two to roar bottles will enre tha
Worst case of Piles, and regulate Costive Bowels.
From two to tea bottles will curs
bad cases of Dropsy.
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