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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 22 April 1870

Selected Miscellany. From the Evening Post. AMERICA FREE! BY GEO. W. ELLIOTT. Oh. Ijiertvl whose hallowed name Te trowrd world hata mocked so Iocr, Whoa smothered rage and crimson shame Bore witness to thy cruel wrong ; Behold, where late a chattel stood. With wofnl look and weary hands, And beck all scarred with scars and blood. A prond enl ranch teed sovereign stands Where heary lash and galling chain Henceforth shall hiss and clank in Taint Sweet spirit of the olden time, When honor, wealth and battle-blade, With a devotion all sublime. Against oppression's corse were weighed. Give welcome to the march of Troth, With laurels o'er her pathway cast; The price that nerved the nation's youth Securely in her hands at last I Eer heralds shooting to the morn, "All men are tree and equal born 1" America I the Stripes and BUrs Ko more shall hold thy sin aflame Sad streaks of gore th6 rosy bars. The stars thy night of sallied fame But. sanctified in sacred fight. Will evermore a symbol be ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 22 April 1870

(jc Crastrbatibt. w - -. .111 X XSiiY, EDIIOll A.HU TKOPKIETOK. SIC0NN3LSY1LLE, OHIO : E HID AY, - - April 22, ISTO. THE OHIO LEGISLATURE. v ii n T , tltl.1 T tlif (linn liOiria lnrn lic J I'ljuumeu. ror an me oenent ui ban be.n to tho pcoplo .t w,uld 've been better if it had never convened. In hirstor-, ii the last p.iet Winter's Session ever finds a 1 lace in any coming "History of O iio," it will etand prominent as t it Session that did not do any h rm eolely because ot'its inability do anything at all. It was, in its political composition, 60 nearl--iuul, that there was no chance for tho good measures of either politic tul party to bo incorporated into i iwa, or to be efficacious in npeal ing bud laws. If a bad nieusare uas attempted to bo incorporated nto the Statutes of Ohio by one political party, tho fame parly held within itself the elements that efeated tto measure; and if a good 1 iw wr.K proposed, the party pro posing it bad within it enough of corruption todefoaX it. '...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 22 April 1870

CIrc'Cflnscriiafibc. XHO HO LL. A US A I KAi W v AmUiC ' ';Hln. srcNNitSVrLLE-! rillDtV. . April Zit, Information to Soldiers. yt soldiers who en'itted since Vay 4th, 1 to 1 , and Ik-"ore July Jid, 1861. fur thre years, served one year and honorably discharged by reason of-ur-geon'i! Certificate of disability, are en titled to $100 bounty. ' : L ok at your discharge, and if your claim comes within the alove rule, call upon liie undersigned and he will pro '" JAMES M GAYLORD, Clalfo Ik gnt IcCbnnclsville," O. April. 15,? 170- N : , LOST! Igt J"5f - WrOonneTilie. the fo!i.iwt?ig di-eeri'-ed prnit8ory notes., given by Thomas Dtsrtu. payable to me, as fol lows : One of SIOO, at 6 per cent, per an -jam. due. on the 1st day of April' next ; one J ISO. "me interest . and iaaU pay al'e at lhe same lime ; em: of $lr0sam" rate ol ia'cres', 'pjth:e on the fir- Ay of April, Ifc72 ;.nd .e:ie. due till tot S25. Ai! persons- are cau'iooed. ftom buy ing oid U'te an! . due bills. A reasona ble rewti...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 22 April 1870

Special Iloticcs. 1840. PERRY DAVIS' 1870 Vegetable "Pain Killer." The Great Family Medisine of the Xga. THIRTY YEARS bm elapsed sineethe introduc tion of tie Pud Killer to to public, and yet at the ri miiTit time it IS more OOTHllar and emnmanda a Umw ale than ever before, lie popularity is not confined to this country wooe ; ail over toe world ita beneficial effects in caring the "ills that flesh is heir to," are acknowledged and appreciated, and as a Pant ailllu its fame is limited to i o country, sect nor race. Thikty Years is certainly long enough timet prove the emcacy of any medicine, and that the pain kJJ LKK is deserving of all its proprietors claim for ft, is amply proved by the nnparaleUed popularity it has attained It is a sure and kftbcttve remedy. Ur-Sold by all Druggist. Sold at Milwaukee by H. BoswoitTH A SoH SG rttf ke A Buttok, Rica A Rrsimi, Diuie Bros., Dohkev taCBXUrt A Co.. and all Milwaukee Druggists. Itch ! Itch 1 ! Itch ! 1 1 SCRATCH SCRATCH!! SCRATCH! i! Wx...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 29 April 1870

Poetry. TO-DAY'S SINGING. Weave me a rhyme to-day: Ko pleasant nmndelay. But raue vague, restless yearning of the heart, Shpcs3 with bat little art , T3 broken nnmbers, tbaA shall flow . """ All reamllynd Uow. . ; . . think bo merry fancy should belong" . f Xo this day 's song. ! ' Look how the maple stands, Waving ita bleeding . With such weird gestures; and the petals fall; From the dry roses pale, nor longer sweet: , And by the garden-wall The unclasped Tinea, and all These sad dead leaves, a-rustle at oar feet i t f 'Ttom which the little "njreii i soulfiare lied I . Beside yon, lying dead, - . ; r -" r' "We say, "Another summer shall be oars,-' When till these naked boughs shall be afiune ; Wlth-fresh. young blossoms. "-Ay, but cot the samel , , And that is saddest Bv the lirine bloom. , ' ! i '., Vho cares lor last yearns beauty 4a tit tomb ? -j Spring, blossom, and decay. Ah, poet, sing thy day Bo brief a day- alast Beloved, and shall we pass ... , , Beneath th Uving grass, r...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 29 April 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. Josrra a. imt, ssiTos am raorairroa. X'CXJN-NSLSYILLB, OHIO : FUIPAT, . April 89, 1STO. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. Jit a meeting ef the Democratic tate Central Conmrttee of Ohio, held December 10, 1869, it was resolved that the next Democratic State ConTention of Ohio be held in the City of Colum bus, on Wednesday, Jane 1, lbTO. It was resolved that the basia of rep resentation in said Convention be as follows: That each county in the State be entitled to one delegate, and also one delegate for everj five nundred to tea cast for Hon. George H. Pendle ton for Governor, at the election held on the second Tuesday of October, 1869; and also one delegate for every fraction of two hundred and fifty votes or over cast tor that gentleman at that time; which basis of representation will give each county in Ohio the fol lowing number of delegates in said convention : CbttniUt. A ft IS Allen Ashland Ashtabula Athens Anglaixe Belmont Brown Butler Carroll Champaign Clermont C...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 29 April 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAH Iff ADYAXCE. - 1TC0NNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . April 89, I8T0. Notice. The subscribers to the slock of the Halt F1"W Manufactory, r requested to aiet rt the Major's office in McCon nelsvill, on Saturday, the 30th Inst, at 7 50 P. M., forjthe purpose of taking steps for the incorporation of the Com pany and the transaction of other im portant business. We still lack a few . . U'ousana aouars noeaea m tnis or?o isation, and we especially invite all the friends of this enterprise to meet with wtoineBtigate the object and aid ns. JOSHUA DAVIS, H. M.COCHRAN, J AS. B. McGKEW, GEO. L.COBSER, E. ii. STANBEBY. Committee. Notice. Kotice is hereby giveathat X, the under-ait-ned Enoch Parker, will par debts contracted by my wifa, Mary Parker, of whatever cnataeter tney may ne; ana, also, all persons ar hereby notified not to aarbor or sneiter net on my eeeoMv ENOCH PARKER. ENOCH PARKER. M'Connelsville, O., April 29, 1879-3w. Information to Soldiers. All soldier...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 29 April 1870

. Sptrifllitottttt THE GREATEST -. MEDICAL BLESSING - - of "the age,' DR. KEXNEQT'S RHEUMATIC AKD NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT. -'Reader, 70a nw Consider thi a sort of spread eagle headineucat I mean every word ef it. 1 have been there. When roar system is racked with RHECMATIC " ' pain, and you cannot even tarn yourself in bed, or Bitting in a chair, yon most ait and suffer, in the morning wish- leg it was night, and at night wishing K was morning. Wnen yon hare -.-KITOAXGIA, .'.; when every nerve in yonr being is like the sting of a wasp, circulating the most venomous and hot poison around toot heart, and driving roe to the very verge V aosAness: . When you have the . . : - . -' , : , SCIATICA. -. 'that t hare fnst rot. through with.) that most awfol most heart-withering, most strength destroying, most - . c Bint-breaking and mi mi-weakening of all diseases that can aliiict our poor human nature.- When you hare tne IXMBAtiO, lying and writhing in agony and pain, unable to tarn " yourself ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 May 1870

Poetry. BABY'S FIRST TOOTH. [BY PRUDY.] rv,- loci t the d1OTJ '-- - Yc" " that come and go. 7- nJ. Wrirfng wonderful secret. , . f H?. "CW ,onr kJEKdom to too. - f -Knw kim htm on Cheek and forehead, ;? . - um him on lipandchin. , : v j Tbe little wd meuth is hiding The rarest of pearls within. Ah. reel when the Up in smiling Have parted their tender red ; Do 70a see the tinyvwiiite Jewel. get deep in ita coral 'bed I Now where are the sage reporters, Who wait by hamlet and hill. To ten to the listening nation The news of rts good or 111. . ; y c Come weave with jour kle sossip t j Thia jrolden blceeom of troth 1 - Just half yrarold Vat mertug, And —[Littel Corporal.] General Intelligence. General Intelligence. CAPTAIN KIDD'S TREASURE. General Intelligence. CAPTAIN KIDD'S TREASURE. Greet Discovery of Gold and Silver Coin an Staten Island. Coin an Staten Island. From the New York Sun, April 13. No little excitement was occasioned last Sunday in the quit lit lpiU of Boss ville. Staten...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 May 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. SXXXT, SDITOB AXD PROPRIETOR. M'CONELSVIXiL, OHIO : FRIDAY, '. . . . . May 6, ISIO. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. VEXTIOX At s meeting of tire-Democratic State Centra ponmittee of Ohio, held December 10f 1309, it was resolved that the next Democratic State Convention of Ohio be held in the City of Colum bus, on Wednesday, June 1, 1870. It was resolved that the basis of rep resentation in said Convention be as follows .That each county in (he State be entitled to one delegate, and also one delegate for ' every five nnndred Totes cast Tor lion. George H. Pendle ton for Governor, at the election held on the second Tuesday of October, 1869; and also one delegate for every fraction of two hundred and fifty votes or over cast tot that gentleman at that time; which ..basis of representation will give each connty in Ohio the fol lowing ti umber of delegates in said convention:.- .'. - 2Cb. ' Vita. Del. 2223 5 . 2359 6 2395 6 .1243 3 1644 5 ... 2430 6 "3764 9 3197 ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 May 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE, TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX ADTASCE. M'COXNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . May 6, 1STO. Notice. Notice is hereby given that I, the under aigned Enoch Parker, will pay no debt contracted by my wife, Mary Parker, of whatever character they may be; and, alo, all persons are hereby notified not to harbor or shelter her on mv account ENOCH PARKER. M'Connelsville, O., April 29, 1870-3w. Agricultural Notice. The Board of Directors of the Morgan County Agricultural Society will meet at the Mayor's Office in!KcConnelsvUle, en Monday, May 16, 1870. at tO o'clock, A. M., for the transaction ef important business pertaining to the next Fair of the Societv, which is to be held on th 4th. 5th and 6th of October, 18T, A full end prompt attendance of every mem ber f the board is desired. By order of the board. JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec'y. May 5, 1870-2w. We notice tbat Fred Brown is renovating things generally, About the City bhaving baloon. j- E M. Stanbery started for Kansas and Iowa on last Taebda...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 May 1870

1870. 1840. PERRY DAVIS' .least's. Vegetable Killer.' tVo Great Family Medicine of the Age. ' on of the I'IuUr. nd commands a Ureer Su7ihn ever before. iwj KPthTworld in benenoal ?T.t Voana alone." mil trrertteworux heir to." mre !.w.ES-S to TiunTV Yk.aks is. Tnd that the PAIS prove in. ei!L,u proprietor. claim lor it, is Lu.l E" is deserving ot h pr"l' normUvrity it bu SSSeTKi a mnTaWxr. K remedy- f -.Sold by mil ,Hfr.lI,bwrtKTH SOKS, GBEEM Sold at MUwaukee - - H DoHAUiN. Jill'"" . -, i wir Warranted n au To I He ltfcbl remedyeeer taown. Price wi;n Ci. Aii5i S rSiS. ir.iAj iu. - . i JOB .VZOSES' c,v tomRB Clarke's Female Pills. W ..ti... i.thaenndf mil ,lnvaHaWeriU.mre unj .."-- . . o,. tlio paiotul and t TUeyniodermte aU ex- TO 3I.UiRllJ liAUlfc Thnv mre pertioularly ?niteA JjriUta i short tiM bnns on the montniy P"r' no hmetiarllul to the aluSuKQ ry power! uU contain Affec- means ' av .r i whan M II UUIDI If 1 1 J : y-.sivb Ann Ul V ,nt. for'iC sealed from observmuon. SPEC'M. K0T...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 May 1870

Poetry. WHEN I MEAN BY JOHN G. SAXE. When do I mrn to marry Tig idle to uUpute with fU; Bat if y ciw to hear u- tell, Y-- JTSJ listen wLile 1 fli lioliUe. ' to , . ... - . ' Wbe daughters bast with eager Xee, ;-: - t A mother's daily toil to share, '. ' -Can make the puddings which they eat, And mend the stockings which they wear ! When maidens look upon a man. As In himself what they would marry. And not as army soldiers scan A sutler or a commissary. When gentle ladies who have got The offer ol lover's hand, 'Consent to share hia 'earthly lot,' J And do not mean his lot of land. When yonng mechanics are allowed To find and wed the farmer's pirls, Who don't expect to be endowed With rubies, diamonds, gems and pearls. ; Whn wives, in'sbort, shall freely give C Their hearts and hands to aid fheir spcusses. And live as they were wont to live Within their sires' one-story houses. Then, madam If I'm not too old , Bajoiced to quit this joeely life. . - I'll brush my beaver, cease to scol...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 May 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. MAT, EDITOR AJD PROPRIETOR. U'COKNXLSYILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, ..... May 13, ISTO. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. At a meeting of the Democratic State Central Conmittee of Ohio, held December 10, 1869, it was resolved that the next Democratic State Convention of Ohio be held in the City of Colum- buE. on Wednesday, June 1, 1670. It was resolved that the basis of rep resentation in said Convention be as follows : That each county in the State be entitled to one delegate, and also one delegate for every five Hundred votes cast for Hon. George II. Pendle ton for Governor, at the election held on the second Tuesday of October, I860; and also one delegate for every fraction of two hundred and fifty votes or over cast tor that gentleman at that time; which basis of representation will give each county in Ohio the fol lowing number of delegates in a-id convention : VbvrTet. A' a ns Allen Ashland Ashtabula Athens Auglaize Belmont Brown But'er Carroll Champaign Clermont...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 May 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLAK A YEAR IX ADVANCE. M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . 31ayl3,IS7Q. NORMAL SCHOOL. Having been solicited by quite numbt-r 10 open a Norrual School in McConnelsville, I am induced to make the following announcement: I will instruct a class in Orthography, Gram iner including Etymoogv, Analysis and Syntax fo- a Term of five weefca, beginning ei her the first or second week in June, at fare dollars per scholar, payable during t e tirst wees of the session, provided that by the 25th of May, I shall receive twenty -five nanus. For ru-ther information address. J. M. RUSK, Malta, O. May 13, 1870 -tf. Notice. Notice is hereby given that I, the under signed Enoch Parker, will pay no debts contracted by my wife, Mary Parker, of whatever character thev may be; and, also, all persona are hereby notified not to harbor or shelter her on mv account- ENOCH PARKER. ENOCH PARKER. M'Connelsville, O., April 29, 1870-3w. Agricultural Notice. The Board of Directors of the Morgan C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 May 1870

-Special Jlottccs. JOB MOSES' Sir James Clarke's Female Pills. These invaluable Pills are unfailing in the cure of all those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. They moderate all ei oujeaaad remove a obstructions, from whatever cause. - ' ' TO MARRIED I.ADIES , They are particularly suited. They will hi a short time, bnug on the monthly period with regularity, and 'although ver powerful, contain nothing hurtful to toe constit ution. ' in all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affec tions. Pains in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation ot the Heart. Mysteries and Whites, they will effect a cure when all other means have failed. The pamphlet around each package has full directions and advice, or will be sent free to ail writing for it sealed from observation. SPECIAL NOTICE. Job Harm Str Jome Clarke' Female Fills or extern m'tvi CorrXTKRrT.lTED. The aenorne hare theoMieqf "JOB II O.SKS" oo each package. A 11 uth en arr wnrfhlc. K....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 May 1870

Poetry. MAY. MAY. BY GEORGE W. SEARS. t i a f? : cr J i-i . jT)ej.wiiif'a mtrie from tWWnaing spray, J Witn frraceiui pirn vh isiul;, : pours out liquid roundelay t In Jubilaut lejoli-tnR: I Tbe elE,-invU8e drains xn souml i,' ' The woo tcoet pipts from it aod og ' t Frost upland luat ths plover. - ; . ? e W T y5klfA-rot nrt p she rtrc-m : Beneath the nuUc bridge. While flocks of pigeons glance and gleam O'er beech ted maple ridges: Tbe golden robin trills hit note, ' uionf- tHfTlMed shadows, " The bob-o'-ilufc, with mellow throat. J Makes musical the meadows. The peep'.np froes with aP.ver bells. Bine out a c'uiine of treble swolla In jojoocraaijon; " r v-- The low of kine la minllne with The soup of lark and cparrow, "And fallOwlieTastte rowiuii blithe Iteneath the plow and harrow. " ' '' The mooi alt fcl At, terene an J wUite j : ' ' ' On late and Stream is growing; While rippling fountains seek her light. : , ,; Thronth woftilnnd Talieya flowing; And ah night iong a low bw.et so...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 May 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. HLLT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. il'CONNSLSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, . . . . . May 20, ISTO. LIST O F PR EM I I .IIS TO BI AWARDED BT THE I0EG1X COUSTT 1CEICCLTCML SCCIETT, AT THIIB EIGHTEENTH AXXUAL FAIR TO BE HELD AT The Fair Grounds, KXAR U'COKXZLSVIXLI, On Taeidaj, Wednesday, and Thursday, October 4th, Oth, and 6th, ISTO. Rules and Regulations. Acy resident of Morgan County may become a member of the So ciety upon the payment of one dol lar annually, and will be entitled to enter as many articles for competi tion a he or she may desire for themselves, for the female members of their family, and all males un der twenty -one years of ago. Any violation or departure from the last clause of the abovo role will sub errttae forfeiture f -all premiums awarded by any of the Committee. No animal to be. entered in the name of any other ihan the bona fido owner. Should any bo enter ed otherwise they will not bo al lowed io receive a premiun altbo'h awarded by the jndges...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 May 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A - 1'EAIt ADTAKCE.' ' IX ITCO'SELSVILLE : FRIDAY, - . May 20, ISTO. T- FREE LECTURE. Oa Tuesday evening of next week, our citizens should all re member that Dr. L- P. Harris will deliver a Free Lecture at the M. E. Chnrch, on the subject o! Com parative Progress of Morality anJ Intemperance in our land, also, on Friday evening following, he will lecture at the Town Hall on Politi cal Prohibition. Every one both from the Towns and Country, is invited. QUARTERLY MEETING. The third Quarterly meeting of Conferenc will be held in the Protestant Methodist Church, of McConnelsville, on next Sabbath Service commences at 10$ o'clock, A. il., fatd at P. if. Rev G. J. Smith, Pastor. Notice. A meeting of the stockl olders of tho Brown, Manly Plow Company, will be held at the Town House, in Jl-Iia, Ohio, on Saturday the 21st inst., at 7 o.clock, P. M. for l. purpose of electing Directors, am the transaction of other Company businves. A full attendance of Stockholde...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 May 1870

p ? 0 SOMETHING NEW, Head the following. What the Citj Missionary of , Bobioa ears about - , ALLEIl'S LIHG BAISAZYI. There certainly ean not be found a belter Courb or 1 jitUft reined;. As an Expectorant it bas no equal. r.OKTOy, Ma , Feb., K ' Mpsstik. P. Davtb, 4 Son t;entloren: Toepackace of Al'eti's Ijjiig iWlMfn y on 4enl me to use ubuiik tbe ai'.'icted poor iu my city mibbimi&ry work, has proved vvrv auceput'nla and usefuL It has pone into awend ' j&miiics, and with remarkah'e et!ct iu every instaaeo, ue woman has rwen renewed Irom ml.nt her physi cir.n prouonncod consumption, after several anonit.s tui knefi v.ith oontb, irmftt pain in tlie lticirs, and pros tratHm, so tbnt Kite it nrw able U k .km work and a!-l in tbe ttnpport of her umily, and with cire and cor.Ti.i&ed use ol tne iilssiin, sbo expects entire resto rstinu. Another person, a yoonff woman to mborn I race cue bis. tits, bas reciJ prcat lencftt, so that br couli, wmcti waao. li.ouibs en atid?nn is ra...

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