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Our Chriatinas Turkey.
" 11, 7 4 f ihrqati b ultilletetValt n ne e !
Bat a part of the welcome that greets yon today;
I, and herein the centre, enthroned on a plate.,
Nn in ,
c 0 41 Atro-Ulina scowl?
'Wool""'"" - . fretleaM foal.
' Folk can him a Turkey—the name is absurd:,
_ ,. .......,Thia few 118 a ,
ii- e, y'countryman there.
- • But no J he's a coward—ah I well. that depends!
. ' Ho can light for his hen and his chicks and his friends;
. And in one tlittlglippttolve an American soul
lon never can fOrce him to crawl through a bole.
There's an edge to the carving-Indle polished and
I • :"4,4rferVlisles aretiliVarrn;rtind llteitipklis all white:
Before us the celery gleams through its vase,
- And the crtuborry-Jelly Is set in its place. '
Thrust the sharp fork as raddle epr beauty's breast
' bone; -
" . Brom blaside•coit thin Bikes,' e'er
tholahles. ot4 b/elettiv'Ml.bnl my %ruder sense
''''" 7 "TstOs - thellitgti;and the last pap. that gets o'er • the
tk e-white•rciealerhroctu ineAt;
f.Tia u4t,e_Aergmat plesogoot our a egiiig; nor touch;
And with either for &u, lit. were not at a less, .
-,:ii.f,t.ltz•eye'isaelffiiitiliiity and meths - 14y sauce;
= • - 1 - i Fc 't the ''0,11.41 flask gßed:Binleslu3istei Wine,
Who:Cnot i lio a.patriot. proud.othia.
They had Aga in Judea, and &Wage an demi' -
Young kids dreesed with olives, and what they called
wine;.:, "••• "
They pad palm-trees and date-trees, and odors as rare
:•;• t 44 AS the' sWeetesl of noses could fllfig on_ the air. -
;Z . :2 L'ithattheir „fruits and their flowirs to' these' cranbor
Add their palm and their date-trees j.ltle celery in
' ' their kids and .their lambs and their
turkey—let's eat, for comparison Oaths. •
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4 f -'- ,,, 'Th'e rieif - Preskieht (4 - Ateileo i 5.45 Years
-.:.-45-iold.k• * 4 - • ' 2 ' .--- ' • - -'
•; , :`:=•:r.fiattri*,•-tiab-ttaress; - :qua
..cliester;..-Euglahtl, and is - enjoyinggooti.
...-Xprut.lialstead is suggested for Governor
Grtiu pays Rubinstein f,t10,000 and Wield
awskt $5,000 ptir month.
k. C. Bitrirand i 3 adapting for the
stave a recent novel bi- 'Airs. Henry W.,00t1.
Bismarck is a member of 141 German sc
defies hi ditlerat _parts of the world.
t - t The pey,ert pone of the lace Theopilite (Jan
( ',.- ) :; , llil;rjirf, ttatkr i jbufithlistS in : "Park.
Garibaldi is president of a Society,in Italy
for the prevention of cruelty to animals ;
Btriti.i&br Lord Holland has been Ed up
• at Holland Park,'Kensing,ton, near London.
In st. Louis theni - fs a policeman 'mined
Heavens; in Chicago there isone inuned',ll.
Atr;::SVPiizei,a swiss tnissio ary
has translated the,l3ible into San-
- • 'Robert Lytton (Circa Meredith) has
• - 2 ;been.aPpointdd iecret ary to the British .Em
bassy `at Paris-
Wfiss Heron, it is' stated, has settled her
dillitillees,with4espect to the Byrne estate
ritto 1,'0601.15. - •
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Peter Saxe, brother of John G. Sure, the
humorist, is driving.cattle across the Plains
tor San PranelesO. •
It is stated that Thiers was a dramatic
.critic GO years ago. 'With some ineu the
misetleSibi-life begin early.•
Alexis kept a Diary, it appears, and the
reading public is,to be favored with h book
of travels_ based thereon..
killed'at the Boston lire,
of E. H. Dater,ettie - -auther of
'TWO Yeare Befpre the 11L:4;W:-
21: C, lauft _Gortion-;commissioneeoflll
ternal Revenue, is dread, in England. He
was the son of the famous Lucy Austin.
The deailc of Mr: I:Iowa Lewis is recorded
—the father of Ida Lewis the Newport .her
.oine. - '
-4,, x•-Tfis'‘Drivecipert Ifrotherri=exhihiiors of
phenomena—hare turned their attention to
•:iiSt... 4 aiahitm,'lll - Louisville, has pr'esented
Daniel Bopne's rifle to the Public Library
of that c4y. - -. • •
An Illinois editor bean the name-of Dou
Mr. M.-,Carleton, author Of many do
mestie bit* current- is pving
, It is stated that the two daughters-pf the
I , the late Charles Lever inherit froth ,Itheir
- father about $5,000 each.
- The latest current newspaper allusion to
. Darwin mentions him as the author of "The
v A bust of John Iloware Payne will be det,
:up in... Prospect Park, Brooklyn, by the
"!ayist'oettib pat city., , '.- ; .:
,ti An her 1
r ' old 44—Airs. Mar y 84der
Vof, Xe Ole, crawfo*Tro.; PaHis denti,in
z-,‘•',• thr IVys of heikt,a e. •,--; ; :- ,-,
11 , •;;', ' • ' '
' . Geo. Catlin, the welknown delinea
tor Of Indian character, has been, for some
,time,, seriously ill in Jersey Cit..
Bierstadt, the artist, sent to 'the Arrioia
Relief Committee, California, in response to
their request - for a sketch, a check for fifty
General Joe Illoker is recovering his
health very rapidly, and will soon be as god,d
as new. . ,
Dr. Franklin Taylor,
,a brother of Bay
ard, is profesSor of literature in a Pennsyl
vania normal school.
The actual revenues of young James Gor
don Bennett froin= his -newspaper property
are-now between $600,000 and $700,000,a
year. . . .
• Saiitsbery is the name of a hero (I.` Lex
ington, Ky., who dared enter a burning
house and bear therefrom in safety a negro
woman sick of small-pox. - .
The St Louis Globe says: '"The Michigan -
Blair was elected a Republican, and has
turned "Liberal;" the Missourian in ques
tion was elected a Liberal and turned Dem
ocrat, and Frank was elected • as a modern
Democrat and turned fossil Bourbon.
=Tlia4F,Mprps Augustalid,s , given 5;000
thaleiii;''to establish,:hi - the forthcoming
Vienna exhibition, a department
the implements and" accessories of military
surgery and hygiene which were used in the
German army, in the late war. -
The Princess of Wales, on her liusband'a
birthday, Nov. 9, presented to Sandringham
Church abrassmemorial, in the form of au
eagle with outstretched wingS, bearing on
the breast a red cross, and, beneath, the in
scription, "To the glory of God. A thank
offering, December ...14, : 1871. Alexandria.
'When I was in trouble I called 'upon the
Lord, and lie beard me.'—Psalm exx„.
verse 1." . .
Statements are current respecting two
well-known humorists. One accounts fer
the orthography of Josh Billings, saying
"that he "did not write a line for publication,
until he was 4,5 years of age, when it was
too late for him to learn to spell." The
other mentions that "many who heard the
Rev. Petroleum V. Nasby tell the story of
1 . annah Jane now have an additional horror
f Locke-jaw." '
It )s t und4rstood that "Governor• Dix will
t dfotate sr epihg reforms in the; State, in
I is. tit s g ;which li l t ,-'ll aowlwriting.
,riisdi h tbinge hq.,:ilkauggeit4ho aboi
of quite a number of State Oilices,J
which will tend to largely reduce the expel).
Slattington, Pi, claims the biggest
The 'damsel is a datighter of Mr. Joel Nefl,
10 years of-age, measures 4 feet 7 inches in
bight, 4 feet 4 inches around her shoulders,
and weighs 139 pounds. She is well pro
rortioned for one of her size, enjoys perfect
health, and is as quick in her movements as
any of the girls of her age. .
He lives in Kansas and his name is R. D.
JOrditii, He is addicted to the use of tobac-_
e c:t • but-he islnatig
and = - as he -grows
older he will gait that pernicious habit. Ho
is 111 years old, voted for Washington, does
all his own farm work, saws and splits the
usual number of cords of wood per day,ap
• does all the other - ridiculous things whie '
' form the ordinary pastime of 'the men l -
ing who voted for "Washington. " I
• The Rev. Theo. L. Cuyldr, in a - desert
tion of a visit to Carlyle, thus sketches s
personal appearance: "Presently an old man,
apparently over three score and ten, walked
slowly into the room. He was attired in a
long, 'tate, woolen gown, reachingi, __down to
his feet. ' His grey hair was an Mao:lobed
‘mop,', 9p his ,; , gds - cigar; biee eye,
was shatiiii44 l: . _ , g..) , t.i.V bight ilinge of
red was'oit: his 1; i - cheek, k and • hia. halide
trembled mate ~ k our coono :•. . - • :
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Deerfield ‘,Woole \ d- -, 1111 itiil-,::
: - ;,- , ---7 , 7-.•:- - 7.-rattititta);_-4 - 4:. • • -, _ . ,--,--.--
TNGRAM =4'' P lni e ri: t h itti 6 : :01 1 6",,1 11 ','
OUR::CASS - WERE : '.- .' -'-.,
. , are - warranted. Partieulii Midi:AlM/ . ion to 'T,- - , --- •
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Roll Carding & Cloth Drogsing
We Manufacture to order, and do ' all ' hindo of ' Roll.
Carding and Cloth Dressing , and defy coppetilott. : _.
- We have as good au assorbnent. of \. • --- '',
Full Cloths, Cassi"»teres, I to.,
and give more for Wool in exchange than any ,)7r
establishment, Try them and tuetisfy yourselves. '
Wo wholesale and retail at the CoWanesque milts 2
miles below Knoxvgle.
Jan. I. 1872. . - - .. 4
. ,- INGHANI It 1-10TILERS.'
J. H. GrisWold's - WAier. Wheel.-
LIE undersiguetis'are agent. 4 toe•the above Water
Witelf . l,, and can Cheerfully' recontluend it as all4Po . *
rlor to all .others in 'tate. • Peractua•-_ - tflalititg tO, pttr+
v•lnkao should sea this 'Wheel in'oPersition , before buy
ing other wheels. - IttlIQK •
De6rtleld,,.3lly 10, 1373. '•••-•'
Beailflie,43lllTibq ,••• " •
••• - wr.sanuarno, Arias.
We the . riodereigaed,7,porehaeed ori_Jr" Oris
wohi's 3D itich 'Water, Wheete using Wfitelfee of water
to run three run of atone,undeen 20 footlieati:and are
pleased with the vt.eel, 14-(,•groutid
buibela per hour with We three tun and •eau ttieeme
that atuonut per hour ; ;- , •
VrAN VALEENDIFItO N. CO. would to , thetr
V friends that they have a good Livery tatabliehed
in NyeMawr° for the accommodation of their friends.
Good - Horses_ and Carriages
always ou hand at moacuato rates.
Stable on Water Stect ovphelte Geo. Deibra recd
denEc. te. VAN VALKENBIIIIO.
C. W. 11.10SIER
June 26, 167 V -
WALKER & LA.THROP.
HARDWARE, IRON, RTMia,, NUM
STUVES, TIN-WARE, BELITNO,
SAWS, CUTLERY, WATER
Carriage and Harness Trimmings,
HARNESSES, SADDLE'S, &c
6orutug:iti. Y.. Jan. 1, 1872
LIVER NT STABLE.
• V fully inform the public that they
have established a
Livery for fire,
At their Stable on Pearl St..opposlte,Wheeler's wagon'
shop. Single or double rigs furnished to order. They
aim to 'keep good:11801es and•%-a golfs and' 'lntend to
please. Prices reasonable. (KETCH:VA! & COLL'S.
Aug. 21, 1872.
New Jewel , Store;
TT6 ' n U s 2) o l4: . .92l.l B ll . o 3r : a d ri llr
v r ic e i
l e t c y t . P t itaw l
e ay li to s
o t p h e e n
e c t it;
in the blinding 4ecently occupied by 0. L. Willoox,
Ms stock comprises a full assortmentof
Clocks, Watches. Jewelry,
Silver and Plated-Ware.
8. 1). NVAliftni ER, ono of the beet workmen Nprth
ern Pennsylvania, will attend to the
. Repairing of - Watches,'
- Clocks, (5.c.,
For the skilful doing of which his seventeen yeata
practicalexperienceis 4ttflictent giiarntee. -
Welleboro, Aug. 23,18.7 NP.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
. • • E r ivu,LV, T 100.4 00., PS.
Life - 'Vire - - e - rid Accidental.
ASSETS 0 1 7Vit $24,000,000
Ina: :0' ' it . - '''''' ' - c-ii.4 '"
C.. of otilt AtfArl a t $3,060,505 e 0
Franklin Fire Ina. Co. of Phila. 1%, , ' 2,087,452 25
Republic Ina. Co. of N. Y., Capital,... $750,000
Andes Ina. Co. of Cincinnati, ~ .. 11 0 000,000
Niagara Fire Ina. Co. df N. Y' 1;o0b,00! ,
Farmers Mut. Piro Ins. Co. York Pa... .. ~:.9,8891 V lo
•Pbcantx Mut . Life Ins. Co. of HartfortCt..s,oBl,27o 60
Penu'a Cattle Ins. Co. of Pottsville COO,OOO 00
Insurance promptly effected by mail or etherlids°,
on 4.llltiuds,lof ..Vroperty. , =losses pronipti adjusted
and paid. :Lire stock insured against death, tiro or
I am aleo agent for the A42des Fire Insurance Co. of
Cincinnati. Capital, $1,6 . 00.000.
Alt communications promptly attended to—Ortice on
Mill Street 2d door from Me,in et., Knoxville Pa.
Jan. 1.,.. 1872—tt
JEWELRY , STORE
~..... s p. .. ANDREW FOLEY
ci--::. Alkwhobsslmwbeen established
~... ' 41.-Ty
.I ) ._
1 . \:'.., ; l•E in the Jewelry business. in
r r C
(k-2A.,'• P -*;:" Wellsboro, has always for sale,
..kx,i , 1 `,..- . " .._.7.'":1.- v9rions kinds and prices of
Gold or Silver, Clocks, Jew.eliy, Gold Chalon,
Keys, IttWa, Pius, Pencils, Cases, Gold and
,Steel Peas, Thimbles, Spoons, 'Razors,
.SEWS iNG MACHINES.,
,k 9.. &c., acc
With most all other articles usually keit ldauch ea
tabilolunenta, which aro aord low for
C A S
lifarktring dona neally,and promptly, and OU
gorier. ' a
Jam. - 1,, 1872-11.
liirs. - t p. P.
I S now receiving new and elegant deolgais in
4~j. - i s'
x . ...a.re - crlr 01-cocortsis,'
and Invites the public to call and :examine gouda and
P. S.--No trouble to 81tow, goode 7
.5 5 5
For Bale or Ren,t.
HOUSE AND LOT-pornor of Pearl striet ,ana. At;
mane. Also - for 'Matte - lag near the
Academy. Apply to ELLIOTT & BOWLED.
Oct. 29, 1872-If.
700 pages : upwards of 700 cuts ; 21 fullpagsni__,gralLngil
"Just the , Book for intelligent rgra P° 1 17'..17 - "" u
drawinga are faithful representationabf linsec Asa.
Plant." Sena for Circular. Address anode* BROOKS,
North Seventh St:. Philtulelphla..4fay. 42 117247-
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40 To es of vrotaikliloph,ofieitb t isr sax,
young or old, make more money it' wiiik:4o,o2s .
their spare momenta, or *lithe time,thalsitSlMs4=4
else. Particulars free: - Addreis G; .Btlitiott ~.
Portland, Maine. Sept. di, 1£17.24y.-
AroDMINIETR&TOES' WYTIOL-Lettere of adrelniel
tration of the estate of Frank parker ' late or
okAeld, Tiogs County, Pa., deemed, bng been
granted to tbe'undertdgned by the Itegisterit Mega%
i kkirl4riutiebted tp.usid OWN) are muss.
tun to ' b ent, ind ttiossihteingelairoa against
said estate present the lame to the undersigned in
Drc. , okiteli, ilea 9,1872-031 r;;
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kintraiAlipj_l4#lClNES.PADltgANl.l466.S. 2 / 6 1).;
-.DEUIVI/As' MKS, 0.1.1111.% CONCENTRATED
MEDIEMMET. TIMMINS FLUID,'- t..X.T.RACTN.
}3I:IIIPIETT'I9 cocain B. FLayolTal ,
s- :1: • TIUCTizi, / - •
PAWNTAtEGICI - NES, HocHEIITES
11 - ERY AND - FLAVORING L'xt... -
V ; _ TRACTS, WALL PAPER. WIN
DOW GLASS, WurrEviAsil ,
\ ' LIMP & DRY COLORS,
• AGENTS -FOR MARVIN
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\ Z: CO'S REFLNED OIL. -
f3tild at 4olealtle Prices, - Buyers are refine:Med
calrand liei \ quotations before going nut l tier Eatit. -
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- .tau. 1, 1872\ ' W. B. TERi3Eu. A: CV
TIN AND COPPER WARE,
Vat. B. SMITH
the beet light in theitiqu, and every article connected
Boy's Block, south ride of Main street, next door to
Apr 113,1872. J. R. ANDRA:WON, AGENT
11-AVE now ol exhibition and Bale at the old place,
the largest rut most complete stock of
FINE AND, COMMON FURNITURE
toba found 1v Noribern Peuubylvania t consisting o
and a full stock of the cOmmou goods usually found 10
a Arst-class establtahfnent. The.above goods are taiga
ly df their own manufactuka, and satlstactioia is guar
anteed-both 1$ to quality and price. nay sell'ths
the most popular spring bed sold :'also: the .Tucker
Spring led that has been on trial for 17 years and ev
en universal satisfaction. Our
is Supplied with all sizes of the Excelsior Caelcd. a new
and beautiful style . of- burial cues, together with other
kinds of foreign. and home manufacture, with- trina
ming, to match. They willtoate undertaking a spec
iality in their buitnese, and any needing their services
'will be attended to promptly, and at satisfactory char
ges. odapleos of rilitniturn made, and Tnrning . •
all kinds done with neatness and dispatch. • .
,1111, 16, 1872.
• TCt wlrost IT alit Boxonarekvin concluded that
am entitled to a little rest after near y 40 years close
application to business, I have passed over the fund. ,
tare tombless to - “the Boys" as per above advertise
ment; and take 'this tnethor, of asking for them the
SAM liberal patronage as has been extended to me.--
My books may be found at the old place for settlement
• Jim 10;18112. B. T. VAN nom,
DE. TIPPLVB PIL ETECTFICI to warranted to
etre every caso of Constipation and Piles, or money
refunded. ' . --
_Sold Jolm . R. pierce, Pfellatiop,•Pa:,
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• `'JUST' 11.1C.EIVEW
:VERY Tann ELTIMItOF 'itF_AVP,R, bROAD:.
1 - 1 CLOTH; O,:t99IAIritE,NESTENO; 'AND TRIM
-111ENGS;'-which cheap - POTt CASH. In
tact, the- best !assortment - 43 f Gota.lit brought to
Mellaboro, of ' , cult:n:4:- e,qlel7""VlO!s /9 01 ;
Malin kinite,litttooits rand Itipstring done with
Wept% and as cheap as - the kbeapeat.
GE(SBGE VTAON-ti-ft, •
grat24.10724 y - Walltboro, pa.
GEORGE A. BOLT,
,90 4N 1'N(..1- -N ,::'y';:.:- !..
Parlor, cook and Office
(tor wood or coal
Table and/Pocket Cutlery,
FARNING . TOOLS
Idf all !dull.,
F Hardware J Trade.
Furniture and Undertaking.
Van Horn & Chandler,
(Successors to B. 'l'. Van Horn)
FINE PARLOR AND, CHAMBER SUITS,
COUCHEE4 TETE-A-TETA% •
I.IARDLE AND WOOD . 40P CENTER TABLES,
HAT' RACKS, FANOT 'CHAIRS, =ROES,
OVAL AND SQUAB FRAVES, 15BACK.•
.PURE No. 1 AIR •
.•• ETS, - MATT •
EN, =HUSK& .L.. CELSIOR MAT
,. TRASSES, - -
Woven Wire Mattrass
VAN VORI4 ge CINANT)LEIt
STEAVENGINEa*AND - :. BOILERS;
aang: an d'illiztley Saze ;11&c.lzi?terif
Tanneries, Shaftf,74, , Geo,' adtd,ccisti . n,p's.of
every description, in Iron,‘ and- Brqss.
t'orning, Augu s t 23, 1872.--1 y
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:FOR; PALLAS iIIY,WINTI. it :461:0 WM:
bele leave to call atteutfon to Lie New nnil.txtenetda ftto4 of atereliatali se, bought Shea
i. the kortent
which enables biro to offer greater bingaina tbau'ever heretofore offered 3,n thbs marl.•et.. An
brauebrie sti - mit of •
Ottoman, Thibet, Byoche and Paisley
T, - e - DretoseiGoods Departmdut •
J. compte with latent styles and falrtes,eettoticieg Cashmere D.l3cOlisei FA:kin : eget Veßline,
.. if, e, French Witte, Plato, Alapactia, Bilks, et:etc:;alio, a fell itle 6f Trftettittiga, •..•
• • Frtagos, VileBs, hal ..inhbOL3 Of aVeig tartety.,
. THE. HOUSEKEEPTaS .1) ETA. 4.1111.14,N,L1':
will be found very attractive, as it includee mail new and `deetrablo kyles' of Caibete,
\ Matting% Oil Olotbo in all widtbo, Xable Litiene,lklepliino. etc. ~
The beet eeketed and cheapest ‘ eniekot
\ LY IVELLi3BORO. • , • • •
The potato we respeottully invite to ;call' and examine. NO troubie,ta etoiw goo4a.
A. Card to `the Public.
Goods i for the Winter. Trade with the firm
DOING THE LEADING ; - USINESS IN
And propose to offer to our customers a stock that cannot- be beat in
any respect by any other firm in Our-line.
So, aU we ask, before you nudge your purchases, Is to give us a cull, and we will 'soon e 7 cuvluce you where
t is policy to leave your money.
J. I - Tor - ton& Bro.,
Women a4 - ).d Children
That they may have torn ehoi the balance. Uhtil Ihi tber notice large brindles will be exchanged ;for , a
• small atiOunt a ,cash. Our stoals :VERY Lutor, in all DEPARTI EIQT9 especially in
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And in almost daily replenhihint ivith tbe verious t nwWtini as they. happen In the New., York Maikete
andena',ior`The petr,onage bestotted linen us by the amt eitiiette of -nags 'odtuttrlro kie r la#:o:o4tin
ui,itice;of-thcAing swath* gicia'tbs, they, shell be to ils dial; with and pitllibtototi ~- -I • .::•
, '-.. - 00rnirga 13ePtAii ant- " ' -:' '- ' ' - , ' - ' '• - - . --, 14-104n1;-.Y:
::I,sf . gititith - iiyi§ - : . „'7 --- ' s -, ; :! '- .. --: ','
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iC0r33.14 - 1:1.&"4 144'.
.per-31achineri of all kluda repaired promptly tud.at re/sealable rates.-Ika
GREAT . DEOLVE: IN, -PRICES,
flannels of ell ilefloription4,*noleti scarfs'; .subtae, illtamethr ; etc.
cunt Atie an immense stock of Mena, Vouths , and .}3oys' Clothing.,
NBoot* and Shoe° at greatly reduced, prices,
WE HAVE LAID IN A\ STOCK
OUR LINE fl THIS SECTION OF COUNTRT,
10 0 0 Men,
Sn CORNING, to carry away part of their
Xmmensf; , Stack of Goad
,F4pey Dry Gob,
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all sitlik and prinea.;.,.
wante l t h
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This Instratsent iti espeelalty &Mated fez' the pet.
feokappiitafitioA of- , •
OR, -13AGVIS'-,C 4 ATAROII--RERIEDY:
lila the only form of irtarinfaciWyet invented with
which fluid - medicine 'can he carried hiuh up and
perflttly applied to all parts orthe affected nasal - Vas.
rages, and the elmtribers or cavities comninuleattng
;herewith, in re itifh Gored and ulcers frequently exist,
'_pd from which Itbe!taterrhat discharge generally.
14roceeds. The, want of intecosvin At:eating catarrh
neretoforo laaistithien largely (rein the' imprissiftfloty
4.1 applying remeillit9 to these cavities and Chain bets
bvatly of the' ordinary methods.' Thiftelintacio in
Le way ofetfecting cares is entirely, o*srconto by
the invention of the'Doucho. !using this • instru,
men t, In° fluid Is . Ca riledfiy As own, weight; fns sn !ling;
forC(ng or pumping being toquiredd_up one nostri a lull gently flowing stienin-to the'higheat , portion of
the .nasal passages; pusses into! Juni thoroughly
niennses all the tubesand oltamberaconnocttid there.
1 Nrlth, and'ilewS - put' 'of the,opposlto'neetill:' Its'une is
Plvaaatit and am :ample that,s.chtld cOultimideretund
it.Vuillard expilellt.directions accompany each
inetruntent. ' Whon need With'thie instrument., Dr.
Edge's Catarrh Remedy mires recent _attacks of
f' Cold In the Head"' by a few applications:
dSymptoms of Catarrh. Rrequrnt head.itehe,
ischargei falling into throri. sOmetinaceprofuse,
!watery, thick, mucus, purulent ! , offensive,! &c. In
others a dryness, dry, watery, weak or in ttamed oyes,
Stopping up or obstruction of nasal paesages,,ring
dagyi ears, deafness, hawUingane coughing to clear
!throat, ulcerations, scabs from idceri, voice altered,
!nasal twang, offensive bruath, impaired or total de.
Ovation of souse of smell and taste, dizziness, men-
I tal depression, less el itpetite, iiitligestionTonlargial
! tickling' cough, el: c. 'Only a fe - w•trf these
symptoms are ilkoly to be' present in an,p3a6o at
one titnl t •
Dr. s ge's niarrit Retnedy, whin "need 'withDr.
Dr. pi resin Nasal . - Donoito,, and acceinparaied
with Ithe constitutional treatment which recotn•
mended in the pamphlet that wraps each- hot do of
the Remedy, is a perfect specitio for this load:sooe
disease; and the proprietor offers,, in good coitti,
$3OO reword, fora case lei, cannot curt). The
Remedy Is mild and pleasant to aio contaitiog no
strong .or caustic drugs or, poi Sous. Tito - COtarrit
Remedy is sold at 50 conta: Douche at 00 con 't 3. by.
alt Drug.gluts. or - either will be mailed by proprib
tor on receipt of 60 onto, ' .
It.. V. PIERCE,- Pi. D.,
• Solo Proprietor,'
/311.E1 1.1. Q, '
June 243, 1872, Rot-lir
TOLES,: ROBINSON &
(Snecesoors to J. It. Barker,)
" (Pr 4 :7>CbCll,et
of every description.'
CHOICE -- GROCERIES - -
in abundance, all kinds and fresh. .
The public is cordially invited tolcall and look through
our largo stock, as we are soiling at low figures for
ready pay. We shall receive
constantly from the city to keep our assortment fun
- TOLES, ROBINSON /z CQ t 3
July 10, 1872. - -
- 1/EfA.H.NES, WHOP !.1
. N e , L vtE, w his friends
op l o ti on ri a t a attly i y n th
'Heavy and Light Harneses,
made in a substantial manner, and offered tit prices
that cannot fail to suit.
The best workmen employed, and none but the best
material used. . . -
Repairing done on abort notice, and in the pee t mru,
nor. Call and see.
.1, .3872-Iy. fIV3 W. NA R
New Cabinet Stord
T H 4L. E :t tl Pltt a tn i O t r building, a ca r ' o lTi n- S t tti o ,e a o s p e- -
posite Dartt's Wagon shop, for the sale of
• ~,,flll kinds, Bush as
Bed. Sets, Bureaus, 136dstea,ds,
Chairs, Lownoes, Exteiision
and Other Tables, That'
And many other things, which will be sold lower 'than
the lowest. Re invites all to take a 100 k at t4B gootle
before purchasing elsewhere. '
Remember the place—opposite Dartt's ii'figdft Shop,
West 'Main Street.
M. L. STICKLL4, Agent.
Ang. 14, 1871.
Invalids Don't. Despair, , •
, Thousands- ha - %e found. relief, •'
-' • .d thousands will turn to, this ' • •
medicine, after exhausting their purses and patience
in search of health.
Giddiness of the head, dullness of the Mind, feetld
breath, coated tongue, lose of-appetite, pains and
weakness in the stomach, enlargement of th'e
yellowness of the skin„conatanttever and thirdt, with
a total disrelish for business, pleasure, or any kind of
employment., FAIIRNEY'S P.MACEA', if taken and
persevered in for a few days, will remove this whole
;class of symptoms.. MO fluids of the, body become
'pure, the mind clear, the stomach _strengthened; the
tongue clean, the 'appetite improved, and the whole
system so,benollited that disease, in had weather, is
lees liable to afflict you.
DR P. FAHRNEY'S
Celebrated IlloollCleatmer qr Panacea.
As a medicine for children, the panacea is; in every
way, calculated to talce the place of the endless variety
of drugs which are annually gold for that purpose,
and which are often vary injuriouif: A medicine which
poSsesses the qualities of a cathartic as well as a mild
alterative, and which is" capable of arresting disease
'without the least In to the'ehild, in of incalculable
value to every mother. As a cathartic it is very effec
tive, , yet it does. net, if give -u - lie ,pri,,"per go/Immo?,
cause nausea or distress in the stomach or bowels.—
It is very pleasant to the taste; which is every impor
tant feature a, a medicine for ehildrifri. AS a prerant
ire of disease it is unpraeodentett as it acts directly
upon the digestive organs and tlio blood, In all scrof
ulous diseases it in tho - moat effective meditima over
offered to the public, and - if given regularly and per
severingly those eruptive disesies.so common to chit
tiTC,llmay he entirely eradicated. • -
- Prepared by P. Fabrney's Bros. & Co., Waynesboro,
Pennsylvania, and Dr. -P. FeIVANES% "2-lorth Dearborn
street, Chicago. Price $1 36 per
Fy'.: bottle, for sale by wholesale and .•
retail dealers, and by Hastings &
Coes eoro, a.
Vi i:-; ; . l ' Wllab P 4 : 1- `0440
- - July 24, 1872...6n1.
If you Irish. the latea tityles
HATS & CAPS,
If ~-o tL:Nvish a pair4good:
If you - to buy your Groceriea
DRY, GOODS Cheap,:
yon wieii the highest pricee for
ROUND TOP, T/OGA-CO,,ki:
'Go to N. M., GLAESIVIRE'S
nt Bound Top
Go to 11. 111.,GLASSICItEli.
Go to TA. GLASSIMILT.
Go to IL inikessaytra,
.4iat. 99,,18~~•1pi :;
Irlottitt r `tsc • 13Itter ris
-not a' vile ranry . Drink - ,
made'of Poor Ritm„ Whiskey, Proof SPirits, and Refuse ,
LitittoiS, cloraorecl, spiced, and sweetened to please the
tatte, ' called_ ~T om'co."4 4 "-Poppettoer.,l' .I' Rertstrero,",
tke-,, that lead' the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, made from:the 'native Note
' and IterbN OfCaliforni k free from all Alcoholic Stimulant!.
They are; the Great 'Blood Purifier and 'a Lie-itivitig
Princirilet,,f4l"prfcct Renovator andlnifg - orator of -the .
System, carrying off ail poisonous matter and restoring
• 'the blood to a healthy conettiOn, otirich'tlZ.it, re4silius
and invigorating b oth mind and body 1 They art: easy •
• of adminiatration, primmt in their aetio :certain in their -
results, safe aii&-redabie in all fornt of, iseute. ~: ,
" i'Vo ; Pet:solo onus take thelny, irrer4 acoorst,, ,
tog to ctections, aril, remain king t tivoill, provided
•.o, t i r b 0 ,,,..-, are vot, ( 1 91 1iiiyed hy miner. Tidally' pi oilier
'weans, and the %mai organs masted, bSynutt the point -
of repair. -
DY 4 PelPiiti wrilidigoittirii% Ileadotliel, , Pain-.
'-' lit therShould , .N, (..:oustis,Tiglitnesloe the Chei,t - . biz-
Zitl , !Vt, Son,. •Srociations of the StOinach, Bad Taste
-. in the Month, Biliont A traclre, ' POpitation of the
De_oh - I riti.iiiiiwitinnottitri - Imngs„ Pain in the repo t' s of
:- tile 1 ,- ,.;1it,p, , ,i., and a.';liiiiidi ed. tither trainfitY symptoms,:
are 151e.-,ffipringt of Drsoeptia, In Those ruiniA,tit,l4
it hill A.. rquini,,ind one bottle will prove a lieu ef: gitAr
;twee:sof lie Merits than a lengthy advertisement, -
Pon INtistrile Critupiallist a, In :young 'or old,
married in single, at the- dawn of:Witinanhood; or the
' turn Millie. these Tonic Bittern - diapiay so decided an
inffitence that it nlark.C4,htipri.ivenietit , is Cooniercep
.; tittle. ,
- • - , - • - - - •-
FOr - iiiiin'yninintory anti Chronic.,llh4tt...
mai ism a-al:Gout; Dyspepsia or -I tidigeAtiOd. Biliaus, ,
Remittent and Intermittent l's.vers,-.ltiscitse92df the
Blood, Liver. Kitliters and Bladder, these Blttera have
.berg Lineti miceessful, ' Such ,Diseases art,. caused by
Vitiated itlitod; tvlt'ch ii, gencratlyitroilmted by derange
-_ , ,_ . , ~_
relit of the ttuttr-I,ve yrgant,
'' Is py El ic , a Gnostic 'Parkatilsre: n H well no ,
, a 7'iiililo,i,poKsepiitir, also the pectsiitt merit of acting
at a tarAverfni agent m relieving Congestion or fittlatn
' motion of the, 1., vet and Visccral-Orgatyand iit'Bilions
- Disease% ,
'Par Shia inacnise4; 'Eruptions, Titter. SAR-
T:lmmo, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Paqttles, Boils, Car
i,llllcle.,' Ring-worms, - Scald-ficad, Sore Eyes, , Bry-
sipelas,.lich, Scurf% Dilseidorathitla pf the Skin, flu, tiori
and dfiseases of the Skin, of what4ver name or nature,
e literally dug tip and carried ottt of the system in a -
short time be the use of these Bitters, Otto bottle in
such "wises will convince the Most iuci editions of their
curative effects;' '
edeintse.,,llto Vitiated. Blood whenever you
- find it., iniptiritie bursting through the skin in Pimples;
Sores; cleanse it when-you And it oh,.
•structeil mid sluggish in the veins; cleanse it, when it is
foul; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pare. hod the health of the system will follow.
Grateful thousands proclaim IVittarisit
rnßs the rtiastwoitderful lovigomat that ever Sit-1 shied
the sinking system. •
, and ather.Worma, hitkieg in
the sYstein of so many thousands, are effectually de
stroved; and removed., .Says a distinguished physiol
ogHt There is scarcely an individual upon the face of thy
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms.
It is ,not upon the healthy elements of the, body that .
worms exist, but iipon the diseased hbmOrs and slimy
deposits that breed these living' monsters of disehse..
No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, nq atithelinin
dies, will free the system front tvortits like these Bit
Me - chnsitical Disenneg. Persons enga ed in
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-s tters„ -
Oold•beaters, amid Miners, as they advance in , will
be ,object to paralysisof,tite Bowels: To guard zainst;m
.this take a dose:of laixtdcba's Vttufdriti BITTER. once ,
or twice a week, as a Preventive. - , '
Bilious, Iteritittetats n.rttl. Interns! tent
,Fe Vera, which are so pievalent in thevalleys of our
great rivers throughout the United States,. especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio; Missouri, Ithuote, Ten
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos,'
Rio Graaide, Pearl,-Alabama, , Mobile, Savannah; Roan
oke, James, and many others, with their vast tributa=
ries, throughout our entire countrl dining the Summer
and Antimin, 'and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, amnvariably accompanied
by extensive derangements of flfe stomach and liver, and ,
other abdothinal viscera, Thefts are always more or less •
obstructions of the - liver, a weakness and irritable state
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being.
clogged up with vitiated accumulations. - In their treat
ment, a purgatiie, exerting a 'powerful influence. upon
these various organs; is essentially necessary. There is
no cathartic for the purpose equal to DR. J. Wst.Xcitals
VINEGAR BITTERS, as they wilt speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid 'matter with which the b - owels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, anti generally restoring the healthy functions
of the digestive organs.
Beroftila t or King's Evil, White Swellings,
Ulcer!, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, GOiter, .Screfulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflatiamations; Mercurial Af
fections, Old Sores, Eruptions. Of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc., etc. In these, as in -all other constitutional Dis
eases, WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS have shown their,.
great curative powers in the most obstinate and'intract
- Di-, Walker4s Calit i ornialthiegtir,Ditters
act on all these cases in 4 'Similarianner.... ;By puri6ing
the Blood they remove the cause,' and by resolving away
the effects of the - inflammation (the tubercular deposits)
the affected parts receive healthi and. a. permanent cure
is effected. . . -r•
The *poperties of Dn. -W :tuna's :VINEGAR
Bit-rues are Aperient, Diaphoretic and Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxati e. Diuretic, Sedative; Counter-Itn
tans, Sudorific, AI rative, and Anti-Bilious. .
1. The Aperiet t and mild Laxative properties of
Dn. WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS are the bat safe- .
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers,-
, their balsamic, hea,ing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of the Canoes. Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, _
either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc. -
Their Counter-Irritant influence - extends throughout
i the system, Their Diuretic properties act on theSid
neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their
Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure of
Bilious Fever, Fever'and - Ague, etc.
F'ortity the body against disease by Puri•
fiwlm?: all its fluids with VINEGAR BITTERS. No eV,
ma excite:cc bold of a System thus forearmed. 'l' e
liver, the stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and, the
nerves are, rendered disease -proof, by this great invig 7
orant. . .
Directions.—Take of the Bitters on going to bed
at night from a half to ono and one-half wine-glassfull.
Eat good nourishing food, - such as beef steak, mutton
chop. venison. roast beef, and vegetables, and take
out-door exercise. They art composed of purely veget
able ingieditntS, and contain no spirit.
J. WALKER, Prop'r. It. I-1. BIeTIONALD & De.,
Dru gg ists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal..
and cor. of Washington and Chariton Sts., NliwYotk.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
NOV. 25, 1872-Tm.„ , , ,
A CERTAIN CURE FOR
BeatedCough,lnetpientConaumption, Cohls,Spitting of
. Dalimn motion of the Lungs, - Catarrh, Bron-
Cron-14 Whopping, Cough, Asthma;
Pains in Breast or Side, B.Yapepsia, Jaun
Losa of-Appetite, 3. , es'er and Ague, '
Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Diarr
bon, and - till Diseases of the Lunge,
`Stomach and Liver.
i ;L,, until to4born of ders should add l .; e.T.3
eft.—.43 >Fort SALE Er Yiritcr. F: E£., Wellfilioro; ka
Jane V 4, 31372-Iro
IVrisSll. TOLI1) 1,413 trtcr:ett hor Stern to
1.,L. the late residai re or r.....0er "Bache, tpresito Vat)
liorp'es note'. Steiuttay fl other „
for rr.lo very cheap. Also: MASON' .i mum=
OW METRE - MEWS TAKEN EN tkouisiot
A kirge stock of IZE)V IMMO just received
. . .
LE29ONS ici - en en the, Piano, Organ, and is Mpg
ing. An , opportunit' for :vertigo 4orded to those
Nebo may desire it. - , 'JR. W. TOAD..
Grocery and Restaurant!
fi'll-iE undernigned has opened a new GROCERY and
' A. - EATING' ROUSE in the store lately - occupied by
George Muttlage, the first door below liniment hotel.
Re has a full and'freeh stock of - tine I •
Oroperies & .Vanfeetioneries,
which will be sold ()zeal' , for cash'.. ''. ;
Particular attention will be tied lo . the wants of the
"inner men.'} . WARM MEALS - will be turtilehed et
All hbuie. - Emery dolleltcy - will' be supplied In Its Ben
eon. Five Oysters, Mama., Zebstere. - Sardinar,,, Frith
rithi'efc" efo.,- will , . be :furnished , l'fo - this nible in the
beet style at44ett the ehorteet riptide. iCantrutikanitei
- Welyibon, dug. 7, 311724tsti' " D Jr: xOSVITIV
e World's Tonic
Purely vegetable end
'BEE PROM 'ALCOHOL
;-,,puttswiza*-:-..;wons T ;PAIN
irk tft:/fll OrlD,lo , 4.iVefity 4011 4 ' 4
__' - ‘ , ;' , 1401 1, ',0071C- 1, 1•1 1 3()* 4 !
mar, reading tnts vitoJ,semen any nn t ,,
_ skiff% PAL:,
RADWAT'S READA. -11ELIEP
arN. yi a. CURE F.)
, - .
- yoa.4 the fir-t Mil .
teat Installtly.ateps Intrrnotit everuohnin 4
I ta u mth igl at , e , gbd,,curto quorettiob -, . attim.
4tti 'opa ligatSbanarla t Roweleihr _other or tnt':"
PRO, •ONE 'TO'TWENTY AIINCTF4,
no -mattraterart&or ralraermiry Mt 4, 4 ti,
}IMA& ID; -.ridden, Julian, (111, lad, 3
Nearalsletioe-Prostreltd,with 011esat :nay
Nvi4L AFFORD INSTANT iLitsE,
INPLAII TION oP, TRH_
PLAAIIIAT/OR OF TIM 13LADDri
INPLAMMATIO24 , 4OIP THE- DWI El„i
CONPEST/Wc . OF ThE iti"*(
pout- /110,4_1!1)olryaeo.tic •'
mrATioN - or Tim- RgA ?
,RTSTERICS.DRAIDP. - DLPILTIIPI3ta.
, caustit4r,L , Lrz e , t
' NEURALGIAt'REWIJCIT ^
COLD CMILS, ACME _ , X.
The (fellation Of the Ready 'Reiter , %the
ere the pmt, otianknity - talati mlll 4.1024 IQ ;
and derafort.' '
' 7 Twenty drop s lirftelf a: toothier of tvetnz r pm
momenta cure CRAINIPd, bPASSIf , , Si) Clt 0.1(A t„'
SIVE. I:MAI/ACHE, DlAltßil-r
itYI3ENTXRY: COL,III WEID
and all INTERNAL
Travelers should, always ca:-* hotline( Rat
Ready Heller with thew- A i "'" °r4+/ ;'''tio
prevent, & m ahe OrAlabts from thonyc ttatt „ 1,
pilfer thaqi.Presich,orantly or Bitter. . .
Firfattg 4 4 1.1ti'D (111'„,....
FEVER AND 'ARTIE eurell t,r eft, ct.lll
not &remedial. agent- la Rai worut,tpoi en t , • 4, t • •
and Ague , and all other 7.lalutleua r.atntv
pinld amlother reveratalOctt
'PILLS) eo delta as RAD WAYS IMAL
flay cente - per bottle.. gold by Droggl.tri, '
HEALTH , ' BEAUTY ll'
i31tp,01403 AMl'll BITER RIC 4 B,LOOS--INCE . T.Arr:
(W F:t•ESti..ANO WElojil-4.f.,LAft sErn A:I D
BEttuTIKITIsCOMPLEXIOIt r.h.1.. L ERB TO sa
HAS,MADE TITV MOST ASTONISHING VUEE I
.13IC1KT, ' SCV N D ;A E P
GIDO.E A IS
E E E CREAEN A/41.!'
FLTJENOE • Or ThUS 'lEnlYDWOlarlii
- MEDEMNE, TLIA:T. ,
Every Day an Increase :in Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
- THE' GREAT. BLOOD PURIFIER.
Every drop orthts`,SARSABAIIILLIAH UESOV.
ENT murnnuniebtes through the Bleed, Sweet, E r t,,,
and other fluids and juices ()trim system the vigerof life:
for it re the wastes of the body - with uew and wat t
mnt• Serail* rldio,, r;onsureptioe, Oland -
disease, Ulcers In Oro hroat, Itionth, Tumors Nods= it,
' the Glands aad other puts a t -the tiptoe; hue. r.,,..
atrumou a D4ChaTgeflfromilia EWA, IMO; the V.. 4.1
form of Skin dlseralea, Etupolunt. Fever Sm-es. s_s',l
' Head, Ring Worm, Salt /Simon; Erysipelas, Acne:lv,, r
Spots, Worms in the Flesh, Tremors, Cancers in to o
Womb, and all weakening and valsful Mulattos, Suit - Sweats, Loss of Sperm, and all wastes ef the nte y t t , ',.
pie, arwithin the curative, rasge of this wstalcr el N!•,!. ern Chemistry. and a‘ few days', nee will prove to any
person fusing It for 'either of Mete lottbs of Miseave as
potent power to cure them,
• If the-patient dal c ij e becoming reducsti bym... the wastes
and debomphalt decomposit i on t at Is couttnuatiy brealog.4.a • :.
cecds In arresting th wastes, and repairs the came wan ,
new material made., from healthy blood_reed this the
BAESATABILLIAI sI wilt and does secure.
Not Only does• the SattssrAmut.l.lr Rnsouvwsv. , esp.-I
all kidown remedial agents in the cure of Ghronlc, ner o k.
lot's, Constitutional, and Skin diseases; but it. Is the mar
positive cure Or , 1
liildney„dt. •Bladder, Complaint.%
Udders', and Wornb , diseases, Gravel, 'Diabetes, Dtopss,
Stoppage of Water, Tueoutimenee of Cr Mei Ittigla's Lis.
ease, Albuminuri and In all m elt where there are pad,.
duet deposits, or t water Is thick, cloudy, mixed w'th
'substances like the bite of an egg, or Utraade use wEts
allk, or there tea m i
rbld, dark, bilious apparanctorri ..
white bonmdtist 'dePostta, and When there Is a brio,h,
burning sensation when passing - water, awl, pale ha t.t;
Smell of,the Back Mad along the 1., (due, peon, st.a s ,
WORP&S. — The only-known and cum Eentr.dy
for Irorms..r an, Tape, etc.
Tumor of= 1.2 Tears' Growth
Cured by Midway's Resolvent.
- Itzrzste. Mini, July VI, IS: >.
TOL Meaux' r—t hauled Ovarian Tumor le the overt. t,t
bowela All the Doctors Laid ~ there wed no help Car g.." tisk,
van - , Wag that was riconmended; •bat nothfax helped au". 1
, caw your Rentarinaty and thought I wasta try tt t bat had to tch
In It became I had se: fetid ter twelve yore. I took tit trim a
'. of t he , Retolrect;, and one box of Rakety:a Pith, and te, 64-
dee of your Ready Re li ef t and there 11 tt a tip , of tem, tot,
wen or felt, Ind I feel better, menu, d happier Om I bre
(or tio4re years. The worst darner IVP4 In the WI 111,f ter
bowels, e s. e r vir-seta. • I rents ibis to you for the tee,e4 a .
canna. ion CLa Van* It if yea thane. . ...
HANNAH P. =in.
PERFECT PURGATIVE Plit,
perfectly thstoless,, elegantly coated with sr. '.
purge, regulate, purify, CICATIBP, ant strenoteri , mt.
ware Pll , for the cure of all dleOrders or the Etown,
Liver, Dowels, Ridges , Bladder, :Serrous
Headache,, Denstipaton,_•, Costiveness. Indtoootee,
3espepele, Billousuess, ESlous Fever, Inffsnanstion
the Bowels, Pilmend ill Derangements (Atte Inter-Ad VI , :
cars. :Warranted:to effect rkpondire ;ore. Purely Vert
bl e,certelning no mercury,
_minerals, or deleterious drugs,
oar -Qb3erve- the' foBorng symptoms restaing from
Disorders of the DigettireDrgans:
Constipation, Inward Pike, Fancier, of the Blood is the IT&
Acidity of the Stomach. •Nadv.a. ficerthro, Dimutt of Foci.
ftinesstrolf7 *ht. fa the StoMach;Sear,Erotlaticas, SIAM; or
nattfaingAt the Pita Ohs Sea:etch. Empcmtcy sr: th• HVI-4
Hurried amittfikette Brisoldst, notterfakattlelloctiCheilog
or Suffocath4Semeatim whim, im a Lying radar!, Dfiallleo 43/
- Vid1:11, DOS Webrbefore the Sight, rarer and Deli fain Is
theliead, Detdeaey if li'maptreem; Talloameecot tits Skin
sal Eros, Pall is the Slde,Thest, Little, and evldef. flokee of
fete doses of RADWAY'S PILLS Will fret the err
teen from all the above.mur.ed disonters. PliCal,ls - CW3
per ter., SOLD BY DERGOISTS.
READ "PALSE 'AND TRUE." Send one lett,l
- damp to RADWAY N 0.87 Maiden Line. New.
lark. Information worth thousands' wilt he ebut, you:
,3fay,29, 1872.71 y.
-roil : , •
Drugs and Medieitips,
(Patent orotlprTtiat)—Also for Lt
PAINTS, 0119, VARNISHES; GLASI3,
LINE. AND ALL STYLES. OF BIDJSEEI, Acc.
pa - GO TO HEAD QIIIIITEMI,FORVt.
suit 'iOE) . lieu tut,
Religious, Histgriesi, Medical; Legal, think or'Eieeool
B. A. full ass'orttlent or the latter: ~./616, an ex
cellent eseortmont o
ALBUMS, MIRRORS, FICTURN
STATIONERY, CORDS AND TASSELS,
Sze., &a .
, -.3r• C 2? clecr.l.e.s.
Ou Teas, Sugars, Coffee; Sprap,•Alol(isses,RlA WV.
Soda, 'eta., ice will not be beaten in,priee or qszlityl
- will sell choice Teas by the cheat, or seg.sebr ths
barrel, at as WV figures as the earns can,be bough it
this side of New York, .
F. s. Tr.r oat 4
. strizoN(9 TEA
LAMPS; CIIANDPTATIRS .tta.
Of the newest styles, slut letup abinaneys that will
BRDSHES, &c., &b
We hold twenty deatratile village lota for aala in tC+
central part of the town ; and wilfaino lean monolat
reasonable rates. •
N. B. Dr. W. W. Webb has Ida ogles in oar stare,
where he may be consulted for advlbe oe treatment.
Jan. 1, 1872-tf. .} 11. !TOMB & ,DOLD3.
WEL L SHORO
Door ) Sash & Blind Factory.
EN A' AUSTLN, is prepared to tarultb trat-
JUI chum work from the beat lumber, at his ter•t=-
tore wkdolt 13 now in full operatiop•',
InaIININ6 7RO 1_ Meta
cOastuttly o baud, or maraUckargdtok.viir.
rl.aindlllS 41 1 4 nocichin&
doniproraptly; • and In the, teat %manner. . beet
woakmen employed, and none but the beat aaasaael
lumber teed. Eicconrage Itorao'industry.
i'actory nehr the foot of Main_ attest.
Jon. A. 1872-tf, , 4 iEtu". AuffiTz.
jC) 23 IF S, T. INT r : - i ls. lc 2i4T . ' ,
i ti l iro elltti at iAci e d ifilciate frith Ai c:ortni•
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