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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 June 1874

II Herald and Tribune. ITULLSUDD WEEKLY HY M. IS. Mahonoy. Kales cf Subscription t miiIc copy, one yc:ir, $ l,rU I ivc or more copies, one year, each, J,2." Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 5r For a t lub of Ten. ut each.we send oiio extra copy free for one v(.;ir, to the getter up of the club, -wa REMOVAL. CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKE TT, WHOLES GROCERS AND C OMMISSION MERCHANTS. G A.Y STlll'.KT, Knoxvillc, AVINO ItKMOVKI) INTO OUR NKW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WK ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Tl THE TRADE IN CJ R O C K K I E S, Full Lines Wooden Ware, TOBACCO SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, Solo Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, JVtUs of all Kinds, Fine Teas A Speciality, JWMtO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents . -roi;- Lenoir's Cotton Yarns ASP foist oil Salt and Plaster Company's SALT, lUE receive and sell on commission the products of the country and will endcavo V at all times to get the best price lor same. Wc Sell to Merch...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 June 1874

t Ilefald and Tribune. C. Wheeler, I M S. Mahoney, ) Editous. THUKSIUY, JUNE 25 1871. The gentlemanly (?) Jackanapes wu0 occasionally filings ink for the Greene ville National Union is informed that ills recent fulminations will receive at tention in due season. At present wo have more important business in hand than replying to such drivel as he de livered himself of last week' "Wo havo no desire to trouble our readers with a personal history likely to be so unin teresting as his, but we may feel called upon to do so in the interest c f science and in support of the Darwinian theory. A tailless baboon is not the most pleasant sight to contemplate, but as a curiosity in natural history wo limy be able to make a pen picture of the animal at least endurable. We promise our readers that wc will draw it as mild as possible, consistent with truth, and present the least dis gusting side of the ''varmint'' to tho popular view. I - - - The soldiers and sailors will bo inter- Cbted in learni...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 June 1874

Announcement. State Senator. Wo are authorized ami requested to uniiuunec Stephen A. Bovell, a l ainlidate tu represeut the lt Senatorial istrict of Tenncwcfl, couij'oscd of the counties of Ureeuc, Washington, JoLnson nud Carter, at the -euauiug November rloetion. CountyReprjenUtive, " We aro authorized and requested to announce Dr J. L.C&D, candidate for Jleprescntativn at the ensuing November election. Wo are authorized and ruestcl to itnnmineo JanitS A. WfSt, a candidate fur Representative at the ensuing Novem ber election. We arc nutliorlr.ed nnd requested to an nounce T. A. Mitlrilrlou, a candidate Air County Representative at the ensuing November etoctiou. Subject however to ilic ratification of a Republican Conven tion. I hereby announce myself a candidate to represent the jie.oile of Washington 'utility in tlie lower brunch of the next Legislature of Tennessee. John Allison, jr., lie arc authorized and requested to uiittonuee J nines V. J oluisva a can didate for Represe...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 June 1874

"Keller Tali a SUetjt T.'" A'xutueJ frit n 1 and ablo (armor, uloiit. llie time the temperance reform was bo pinning to exert a healthful iulumiue, m to his nenlysbircd man j "Jonatban, I did not tbink mention to you when I hired yoa that Lbhall try and havomy work dono this year without rum. How much must tgivo- you to do without?" "Oh," said Jonathan, "I don't rare much about it ; you may give me what you please.' ' "Well," 8iid the -former, "I will give you a fchcep in the fall if you d without rum." 'Agreodi"- 'Father, will you give mo afilioop too, if I do without rum ?'' then asked the el der son. . "Yes, you shall have a sheep if you do without." The youngest son then said : ''Father, will you give rue a sheep if I do without?" ''Yen, Chandler, yon shall bavo a sheep also." Presently Chandler speaks again : ' Father, hadn't you better take a sheep too?'' The farmer shock bis bead ; bo hardly thought that be could give up the "critter" yet, but the appeal came from a scuurco n...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 July 1874

:. s . u f i f J i. J r Herald and Trillftiic. M. S. Mahoncy. . Hates of u)scrli(Iou t 'single copy, one year, ...... .'......I 1,50 y ,,! in- iiioru copies, one year, each, 1,25 IVn or mere copies, one year, each, 'l.OO PUT l'01' a e,uu of Ten, nt$l,23 caeli,wc vill scud one extra copy free for ono v.-wir, to the setter up of the club. a IR. J. hSl O :o: CARPENTER, Ms & LOCKET T, ' WHOLESALE AN'rj-- OMMISSION MERCHANTS, GrA.Y S KKET, Knoxville, - - - - - - Tennessee AVING KKMOVED INTO 'o'UR HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PlfKI'A'HKD TO OFFER SPECIAL . INDUCEMENTS 'J"!) K OCER I ES Full LiiitiS Wooden Ware TOBACCO SNUFF and CIGARS, fti'rtk fa, Sole Leatltot', Crackers, Cheese Candies aud Raisins, Mils of all Kinds, Tine Teas k speciality, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEES, Wholesale Agents VOR- Lenoir's AND ilolslon Salt and Plaster Company's ALT. VlTE rcceivo and sell on commisbion theprdducU of the country and will eudsavo l V at all times to 'get tho best prioo for sauie, We Sell t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 July 1874

f eraldand Tribune. J' C. Wheeler, L M S. Mahoney, 1 LD1.s. . THURSDAY,. JULY- 1874. UlE VX.KYH DFTV OP RLPUI1. .' " MCAXS. I The leading Republicans in this county have, for n number of weeks, been striving for a convention to set tle tlio claims of tho- dlircrent candi dates and to Bernrc a unify of action on the part of the Republicans of tho county. In view of the multiplicity of candidates in the field this action was plainly both expedient and necessary if vc expect to succeed in the coming election. On the ot her Miami tlio De mocracy have steadily opposed a con vention on tlio part of the Republicans and have sought by every means in their powtr 16 prevent a result of that kind, knowing, as they well do, that it will bo (lisastroim to them ; the Repub licans having a clear majority in the county. Their constant cry is: "we arc going for the man, &c, &c." Nov? let us sec how it is in places where they liavc a clear majority, and wKre they have everything to gain by a ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 July 1874

Announcement. State Senator. Wo are authorized und rcquestod to A. Lovell, a nnmjunco atepnen iviliuuiaiu m icjiiunciiii wiu i.sii ouuaiunai Pistrict of Tennessee, composed of the couutios of Groeno, Wa.ibington, Johnson and Curler, at tho ensuiug Novonibcr election. 'o are authorized and requested to announce P, P. C. KcI.SOIl, of Johnson City, as a candidate to represent tho first tentorial di-trict in tho (Jouoral Assem bly of Tennessee, We are authorised and requested to announce Wm.C. Ellllllfrt, of Elizabeth .dm, as a candidate to represent tlio First Senatorial district in the next Conerul As somhly of Tennessee. i" i-i- i t c . County Representative. We are authorized and requested to nonounco Dr J. Lcab, a candidate for Representative at tho cusuiug Novomber election. Wo are authorized and requesto 1 to announce James A. Wf St, a candidate for Representative at tho ensuing Novem ler election. Ye at e authorized ami requested to an nounce T. A. Middle ton, a candidate for Co...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 July 1874

I. it' : KCEUr SALE OF LAND. AVm K. Moore et al J, F. 'Deadericli ct al. . . ' Pursuant to 'i'ccrffo'fcf the 'Chaartry 'Court, at Jonesbbrb,'' T6hn. it its Hhy Tertn, 1874, iu the above cauee. i will 'offer for sale to tbe highest bidder, at .the Court IIoum 'door, 'fo'Conesboro,' Tenn. on the 23th 'day 'ef!)'uiy, 1871 tho following described tract of land, lying iu Civil District No. 13, -County of Wash 'inglon, Stati ct Tcnncsteo, it being the tract of laud owned by S. J, W. Lucky 'at tbe time of lis death, and adjoining the and of J; L. Laoipsou, Ileury Hess, and oihors, containing ono hundred and ten acres more or less. Said tract of laud will first be sold in separate parcels. Plots of. which will be exhibited on day of stlo, uod then es a wholo, and will adopt the ale which shall realize tbe greatest amount, I will sell said laud on a credit of twelve and eighteen mouths except tea per reut of the sale prico which will be required paid ia hand, notes with ap , proved security ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 July 1874

r! Herald and Tribune. 1'UIILI.SIIKD WEEKLY BY M. s?- ahoney.T , ,JUtes of Subscription : v 'is;: . ' : ! copy, one year, .i 1,50 l ive or more copies, one year, each, ,23 Ten or mere copies, otic year, each, 1.00 5wT Fr i tlub f Ten, t 91,25 each',wc will send one extra copy free for one year, to the getter up or the club. Kfra u J ; HoIlesty 5 P08 Equal Rights to all MenTwflT si VOL. V. JONESBOROUGH, . TENN., THURSDAY; ' ' ; ? ... , j - 4 1 I- CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE t COMMISSION Knoxvillc, n AYLNG REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE 41 HOUSE. A'll AlU'l NOW I'REl'ARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN Full Lines Wooden Ware,1 TOB .A. C O O 1 SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags , Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Mils of all Kinds, Fine Teas A Speciality, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents FOR - Lenoir's ' Cdlton Yarns AND Holslon Salt and S ALT. K receive and sell on commission the ui all times to get tlio best price fur same....

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 July 1874

V-. f 4 f ) t-. v -' 4 - ' .'4 'ft t M ) J i s." a r i 4 i V.v- i ; iou to eubinit tuj tpaiiutfw a""1tflr con verition, consisting of Republicans, loth ' v vJiile and colored throughout the county. I trust my Republicanism is of too broad and literal a cbaracter ever to admit of a sentiment liko that attributed to inc. I desire further that the party who cir euluted the above report will in future communicate with me in writing when ever the subject of the election is uludcd to. In thin way there will be to oppor- ttinigro'r a niuundeistaudhig to take place. C. Wheeler, AN ATAMPTTO PULL DOWN THE UNITED STATES FLAG. There was ft time in the bistory of East Tennessee, when to display the American flag or even to have it in pos session was considered by a certain class as a crimo fraught with danger to tho guilty persons. But that time passed and the old fla was exhumed from its many hiding places and thrown to the breeze, and from the Carolinas to the Western extremities of the Na ion...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 July 1874

t Announcement. Stato, Senator. Wo arc authorised" and rcquestod to an nounco CfeorgO Kinney, candidate (or Senator, in the first Senatorial Dis trict, at tlio ensuing November election. , Wo are authorized and requested to announce IfaaC E. Beeves, can didate for Senator in tho first Senatorial llistribt at the ensuing November election. , We are authorized and requested to announce Stephen A. Bovell, a oundidato to reproseut the 1st Senatorial J)itrict of Tennessee, composed of the yountios of Greene, Washington, Johnson find Carter, at the ensuing November election. W are authorized and requested to announce P, P. C. KtlsOlt, of Johnson City, as a candidate to represent the first tentorial dbtrict in the General Assem bly of Tennessee, We are authorized and requested to announce WB. C. Emmert, of Elizabeth' ton. ai a candidate to renruMnt the First Senatorial district in the next General As- wiubly of Tennessee. County Representative.. Wn ore authorized unit renueHtetl tn announc...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 July 1874

r 'IS 7 WOODRUFF W. K. i; SM.- KNOXVtUETEKK. ictfv.nioders have a metuuu la inn mimf) 111rt rtnf .1ilin f i nrv in afford any truo sport. Tho birds ore baited on tlioir range, usually with the red "cow-pea," a peculiarly "Southern institution," of which all gatne-birda aro passionately fond. A blind is built after tho turkeys have become used to the spot, and a ihort trenoh is scooped out so as give a raking shot. Late in the evening thii trench is filled with peas, a few being ueattered around as a ground-bait, and at early dawn the hunter is snugly ensconced with his gun covering the trench. Soon the birds are heard gobbling and yelping; then their pattering and 'scratching is heard among the uriod leaves, and they are seen running hore and there, greedily picking up tho scattered grain. Prcsentl tbe trench is found ,and they gather aroun it pell-moll, jostling each other hko barn, door fowls, and stretching their necks in to the narrow ditch. A low whistle startles them, and as t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 July 1874

Herald and Tribune. I'UBLISHED WEEKLY BY M. S. Mahonoy. ,e.ald:-- . ' Rates of Subscription i Blnglo copy, one year,,... . 1,60 Five or more copies, one year, each, lt25 Teii or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 lOT ForaclubofTetljittMeaclMve will ictid one extra copy free for ono your, to the getter up of the club, tga Honesty of Purpose . and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure VOL. V. JONESBOROUGH, TEN.. THURSDAY. JUL ZR'E 1EOYAL - CARPENTER, ROSS & I0CKETT, - , WHOLBSALB GROCERS AND OMMISSION GAY B Knoxville, HAVING REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GROCE1U E S, Full Lines Wooden -Ware, TOBACCO SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, Sole Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Nuts of all Kinds, EinoTcas A Speciality, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents FOR Lenoir's Collon Yarns AND Holslon Suit and Plaster Company's SALT. tlfE recoivo and sell on commission the products of t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 July 1874

i .if : r .. jirocced to examine tteir I .-mnso and let a discriminating publio judge letwoen us. ' -. .. ... . . . - it will bo seen tbat tha "Committee" start out with an allusion to the writer of tbe article, which first appeared in this paper, in which thoy Insinuato that lis kaowlcdgo of affairs in this country uurmg ido laie war was noccssariy limited, inasmuch as he was not a resident of tho county during that memorable struggle. This fling at the writer aforesaid will doubtless provoke a smile on tho part of those who know his connection . with Tennessee troops during tho war. and lis intimate knowledge of the history of the country throughout that period. A lis aii? flint ta mriflAn ivtAwt V UtHtniAnnn I A. j wmw ia "''. pu mo tuuiuowuuo in our national vemewnns, upon the laces of tho widows and orphans created by the war and npon the tameless graves of murdered men that dot our hillsides. An unwritten history that hangs upon the tips ol every man and woman who occu pied th...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 July 1874

Announcement. State Senator, o aro authorized and rrqucstod to an nounco George Kiniiey, a candidate fur Senator, in ibo first Senatorial Dis trict, at the ensuing November election. We are authorized and requested to announce Isaac E. ItcetffcS. a can- I didate for Senator in the ti test Senatorial DiHtrict at the ensuing November, election. Wo are authorized and requested to annouueo StepHtn A. Bovell, a candidate to represent the 1st Senatorial district of Tennessee,- composed of the counties dt Uroeoe, Washington, Johnson and -irte-, at the ensuing November election.. Vro are authorized and roqucsted to announce P, P. C. Kelson, of Johnson City, as a candidate to represent the Grst Scntorial district in the General Assem bly of Tonnessce, We are authorized and requostod to announco Wm. C. L'ltinifrt,of Elizabeth' ton, as a candidate to represent the First Senatorial district in the next General As sembly of Tennessee. County Representative. We are authorized and requested to ann...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 July 1874

i 7 11 WDODR UF V w. t. 1 1) v f.VO to in id. of the older Statca there" aro largo tracts 1 1 1 ' I il i oi lanu uow wveroa wua limner, man forty years ago were in pasture. - la the ease of rough, hilly land that can nover la plowed, this return to forest is often desirable. But a certain portion of every farm is needed for pasture, and if ani mals can be substituted for human labor .in killing brush and weeds, it is exceed ingly desirablo to know it. We recently visitod two farms lying sido by side, with no perceptible difference in the quality or moisture of tho soil. The pasture lands were only separated by a stone fence, but something much, broader than a fonce lino had separated tho management of tho two farmers. The ono pasture had been graied by cattlo for a long term of years, and the policy had gono forced in a mag nificent growth of alders, whortleberry brush, young maples, vervain, thistles and golden rod, briars and other brush and weeds. There were patches of grass in p...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 July 1874

1 IleriiK! rininTriltmic. Herald and Tribune. JVr , 5.' 4 4 i r i : f ! i I 4 i 4 ' 1 ; t : f i ? i i rVBLlSHKl WEEKLY BY" M. B. Mahoncy. Kates of Subscription Single copy, one year,..'.., I 1,60 I Kivu or more copies, one year, each, 1,25 Tea or mere copies, one year, each, l.lK) tJ" For aclnbof Ten,at$l,23 cach,wc will tend out) extra copy free for one year, to the gotler up of the club, -a K. MO CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WII0LE3ALE GROCERS 1 AND " .. COMMISSION MERCTIA TS5 GrA.Y. S. KilET, Knoxvillc, - - - - Tennessee TTAV1NO IlEMOVED INTO OUR 11 HOUSE. WE AUK NOW I'llKPAttKD TO OFFER SPECIAL . .,. ' ... ' INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN - . R O C E Full; Lines Wooden Ware, TOBAC a o SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, Sole Leatlier, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Mils of all Kinds, . Fine Teas A Speciality, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale -FOR Lenoir's Cotton Yarns -AND Ifolslon Salt and S ALT l7"Fi recclvo and sell on commission the H at all times to get t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 July 1874

i -111111 . , ..ballot box Una fall. ' ! i "It is. often flippantly saU that all these - c crimes and horrors are past, and it ia at- J J. J fT : party on the' memory of tbem.v Perhaps so. l3ut would ituot ho insano to trust a political party that could bo readily for get thetn r It is not magnanimous, it , ia iudoed hardly manly' to perse mte men ; for sins qt which, they have really repen ted. 13ut that ia Dot . repentance, it . is byprocrisy, which professes to ' repent of sins and does pot forsake them, but em braces worso ones. Sach is the anoma lous repentance displayed by the Demo- ' crutio party. - It never ceases to donounoe the Republican party for what it has done or is trying to do, but it straightway thun dors with fierce denunciations of what the party has not done and is determined shall not be done. The moment Democrats, forget to decry Republican policies they begin to belio Republican motives. For , , twenty years they deemed it sufficiently opprobrious to call Rep...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 July 1874

- - - ... 'II I H Ml III' II IIIIHHIW I 4 t i fllcrald and Tribune. . THURSDAY, JULY 23 1874. Jonasboro' District. M. Church ( Fourth Round. ' Elizahethton Cir. Craborchard, July 18. Taylorsvillo Cir. Deep Springs. " 25. Klizabethton Station -Aug. l. 8. 15. 22. 29. Jonesboro' Cir., Johnson City, Rhcatown Cir.. Stonedam, Oroenville Cir. Speedwell; M Jonesboro' Station " Carter Station Cir; Turkevtown ;' Sopt. Fall Branch Cir. " flrenriflvl!! Stntinn " 5. 12. 19. , District Conference will meet at Eliza bethton, July 29th. All the members are expected to be present, ' and the preachers are requested to remain over Sabbath.' . . Jonathan L. Manx, P, E, Junel5th. , I The blackberry trade is lively, Court ttt Taylorsvillo this week. Election two weeks from to-day, It'i a girl, and Cramp Smith is happy. (Business is expected to be lively this fall. The comet Las disappeared, tail and all. ' - , The Circus show will be at Johnson City the 4th of August. Best Sugar l2Jo per pound, at W. G, ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 July 1874

'.r 7 mm WO()Dlll'Fi', W. E. jrilES, begsloavo to J public in general and his . i 1 .. . . jrw-c- ' "" " '' ' x .. . ' ,.-rtvii'ut vir tiiw &t home before going among slr.ui . gers, and we now boldly 'challenge tho orld to pnduce its EQUALS asagenu :J SAFK and ItEMAELK FAMILY modl Itcnrcs all derangement of tin? ifer and bowel, and pui-illos the blood. jfe cured several cases of scrofula, pre sents nud cures dlRcascsgcnerally If talc vn hi time (Cholera and all fevers not excepted) hqnee every funnily should keep it In their honso And thus prevent sick ness and Doctor bills. It Is a purely veg etable compound made or the Hoots of American growtQ, their Medicinal pro perties extracated with pure apple vine gar without one drop of spirits. Where Is a medicine that brings you such an aray of Home Testimony ' 1 .OP Gentlemen ( Official Standing;. TUe numtxur coalil faulty be doubled willila one mllcof thaiilacvofmiuiufticturinc , AUSTIN'S LIVER II U O U L A T OR, Of gentlemen of equ...

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