Beaver Radical in Beaver, Pennsylvania
23 May 1873

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23 May 1873

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Beaver Radical (Newspaper) - May 23, 1873, Beaver, PennsylvaniaA e a 3r in tiie Radical Friday May 23, 1873. C8 for no Vello Wyrone won pubs toral and we my the National Park. Maior general John Gibbon United a the. Army lectured in Newyork City la Oto a the wonders of the yellow a Ede a he said when Lewis and Clarke a a re than sixty years ago who made their rated expedition to the Rocky moan to 1 they were arrested in their voyage a be great Falls of the Missouri. Once amp Hnz the Falls they pursued their Way boats to what is called the three Forks a to a min a Quot. The River in Here Dir id. A a into three branches which they Jefferson the Madison and the Gal in runs through the most Beautiful and a ductile Valley and at the head of it l stands fort Ellis. From. Fort Ellis we reach by a Good Wagon Road the Val of the Yellowstone which we ascend l we reach Gardner a River which is tributary to the Yellowstone. Why it is lied Gardner a River is hard to discover Gardner who knew his business a Aid Ever think of settling there but de Olate As is the country in appearance it contains a wonder that can probably be seen nowhere else upon the Earth a sur , and America alone i believe has her a zen cascades a falling Waters turned literal a to solid Stone. Six or eight Miles Tom the Mouth of Gardner a River it is a a Del into three branches the Eastern to dds a and Western and to the North of be Western Fork occurs the wonder which hereafter attract the visitors of the world. A vast pillar stands there which us form has been named the a Cap a a no cry Quot and been built in a a Mes past by a column of water flowing up through it and depositing its sediment amp the top Sopea. Acc wished foundation of some vast mar a e edifice the rigidly horizontal lines Rise one above the other recalling a mass by of human hands. Rising step by step Over this Beautiful f mation is reached the higher level of a Reat Basin in the Centre of which boil a up a foot in height is a column of water the Bubble and steam from which impress you with the conviction that the spot where the water comes from must be comfortably warm. A Short distance from the Basin several Plank Bath houses been put up and tubs put in them require boiling for the rheumatism take no. 1 if a less degree of will suit your disease take no. 2. As for myself not being possessed of any Ctm Nie disease i choose no. 3, and took Oce Baths no More. When i recovered i made a mental Resolution never willingly to be a a party to the cruel process of 1 rtt Cering lobsters edible. Travelling South up the Easterly Branch in River pasing a Beautiful fall , we reach a High plateau the trails cow which leads us to the River near the Mouth of Tower Creek and from there out upon a Rocky Point where it terminates at the Edge of id overhanging Rock with scarcely room enough for a person to Stano. is a fall at lower Creek and the devils Den a behind the Cap of Liberty i a formation that looks like the France to Italy How he liked the scenery in the Alps a ooh f yes the Alps. Well now you remind me i believe we did Cross rising but after a 11, have we not a great Deal to boast of in this country ? have we not the most varied soil and climate within our Borders Capa ble of producing everything from the tropical for not to the finest Montana wheat grown right under the Snow line 2 have we not the freest government on the face of the Globe ? have we not kept up the largest army in the world squandered More Money and spilt More blood in the cause of Liberty than any other people ? have we not the highest mountains the broadest Plains the longest and largest Rivers and lakes the handsomest woman the biggest men and the Best revolvers in the universe and ought we hot to be proud of All these $ a a. And now to clap the Climax and the continent have we not the greatest Patonai Park on the face of gods Earth filled with every Beauty which the Eye of humanity delights to rest upon and great waterfalls for the ladies ready made mud pies for the children spouting geysers for the men magnificent scenery and heated Baths for All the rest of Mankind 2 Dou Fistle Bliss. Re a amp be you a taxes Are too High in so says Many a Man who spends five dollars per week for intoxicating liquors or who puffs Over one Hundred dollars per year in the smoke of expensive cigars. Another spends his time in Bowling alleys and billiard saloons confides his Busi Ness to a clerk and complains bitterly of his taxes. Alas Young Man if your Idle Ness taxes you much More you had better close the shop. Taxes Are heavy but we too often show our willingness to exorbitantly when levied by our own passions. Pride lays heavy taxes and grievous to be borne. Idleness taxes us heavy yet we heed it Dot. Luxuries eat out our income yet we endure it with the utmost patience. We even permit them to undermine our health the heaviest tax of All. This causes a Call for the doctor who taxes them heavily and deservedly perhaps As a punishment for failings. Thus we give a line upon line a Precept non Precept Here a Little and there a Little striving to effect a Reform and secure Success to s advocate. An Irish mystery. Once upon a time my father killed a big fat pig the biggest and the fattest Ever raised in Munster. It was All Cut up into Nice Beautiful strips and packed away into a big barrel. And never was pork More elegantly put Down. We put in a layer of Salt and then a layer of pork and thin another spread of Salt and thin the happiness of shaking carpets. One who has evidently a been there and knows How it is himself discourses As follows through the columns of the Utica Herald the annual ceremony of taking up whipping and putting Down carpets is almost upon us. It is one of the ills which flesh is Beir to and cannot be avoided. Yon go Home some pleasant Spring Day at peace with the world and find the baby with a clean face and get your favorite pudding for. Dinner. Then your wife tells Yon How much younger you Are look ing and says she really Hopes she can turn that walking dress she wore last fall and save the expense of a new suit and then she asks you if you can to just help her about taking up the carpet. If you Are a fool and Yon generally Are by that time,.you Tell her of course you can just As Well As not. gets a Saucer for the tacks and holds it and then Yon get the claw and go Down on your Knees and begin to help her. You feel quite economical about the first three tacks and take them out carefully and put them in the Saucer. Your wife is Good about Bolding the Saucer and be Guiles Yon with an interesting Story about How your neighbors Little boy is not expected to live till morning. Then Yon come to the tack with a crooked head and you get the claw under it and the Bead comes off and the leather comes off and the carpet comes off and As it wont do to leave the tack in the floor because it will tear the carpet when it is put Down again you go to work and skin your Knuckles and get a Sliver under your thumb Nail and Tell your wife to shut up about that everlasting boy and make up your mind that it does not make any difference about that tack and so Yon begin on the Corner where the carpet is doubled two or three times and ba9 been nailed Down with a Shingle Nail. You done to care a Continental about Sav no the Nail because you find that it is not a Good time for the practice of Economy but you do feel a Little Hurt when both claws break off from toe Daw and the Nail does not Budge a Peg. Then your manhood asserts itself and you raise in your might and throw the carpet claw at the dog and get hold of the carpet with both hands and the air is full of dust and flying tacks and there is a fringe of car pet yarn All along the mop Board and the baby cries and the cat goes anywhere anywhere out of the world and your wifi says you ought to be ashamed of yourself h. F%jkn0l8 us 5 a i Philadelphia. We hive opened for the fall Trade the largest India beet assorted Stock of Philadelphia carpets table Stair and floor Oil cloth window Shade and paper carpet Chain Cotton Tain batting wadding twine to fiefs clocks looking glasses fancy baskets brooms Bas a. I 1cets, buckets brushes. Clothes wringer Wood 1 1 end a a i Virther amp in tech a of a i it yet is our Largo increase in enables us to sell at Low prices and furnish the Best Quality of goods. I Sale agents Fob toe a. _ celebrated americ an Washer. The most perfect Jed successful we tip or _ v add a a a agent wanted for Tbs Amr Bican. Washer i in a imparts of the . Kennedy amp co. Successors to we. Buechling. Rochester Pesne a. Dealers in , medicines and chemicals fancy amp toilet articles. Sponges brushes an d perfumery paints oils and dyes. Prescriptions at All Honre. Sep672-ly____ s5 >oehe8tmkaotngrsashand i door Mills Monroe Hiller. W. Dolby. M Miller amp co contractors and builders manufacturers of and dealers in sough and planed lumber dressed flooring siding. Shelving lath and shingles. Rochester Beaver county a. Decl8�?T58ly. -.c. W. Taylor Justice of the peace and Quot a real estate a him Beaver Falls a. A valuable invention an entirely new sewing machine Fob Domestic u8e. Only five dollars with the new Patent Button Bole worker. The most simple and compact in construction. Tie most durable and economical in use. A Model of combined strength and Beauty. Complete in All its parts uses the straight Eye pointed Needle self threading direct upright positive motion new tension self feed and cloth glider. Operates by wheel and on table. R 9 a a. K anal it _ m la a it to All of writing promptly attended boreal estate bought and sold on reasonable co Mission. N a jj8�?~70af Welling houses t e n e a e n t a. I. A a and us improve real estate in and Mear the borough�?0f Rochester for Sale and rent by oc27�?T71-tf s. J. Cross. John Conway amp co., to to Bankers amp b brokers Rochester a. A a a 4 dealer or Exchange Coin and Exchange accounts of manufacturers merchants and incl �55 a duals solicited. Interest allowed0n time deposits correspondence will receive Promp attention. Rochester aug. 1st, 1878�?aug2-6m. G e ave r d it b a n k of Beaver a. Eben Allison a. Cashier. Collections promptly made and remitted. A correspondence and accounts 8 a cited. 5 interest paid on time d�p08its. Securities &c., bough1 Exchange and sold. A a a office hours from my3tt3 a. To 4 f. Light running. Smooth and noiseless like All Good High priced machines. To As it. Check to prevent the wheel being turned Way. U8esthe thread direct from the a pow makes the elastic lock stitch finest Aad strongest stitch a top firm durable close him Capra. Will do All kids of work Fine and coarse irom Cambric to heavy cloth or leather and uses All descriptions of thread. Theibert mechanical to Lent in America and Europe Ijas been devoted to improving and simplifying our machines combining Only that which is practicable and dispensing with a complicated or Ronnings generally found in other machines. Simial terms and extra inducements to male Aii. On knt that Carnet comes an agents store keeper. &c., who will to talk so dul mat Carpel comes up. Establish agencies through the country and keep then you lift one Side of the stove and i onrow machine on exhibition and Sale. County 1 Rig Given to smart agents free. Agents com plete outfits furnished with ont any extra charge. Sam flee of sewing descriptive circulars containing terms testimonials engravings amp cd a . Address Brooks sewing machine co. Not 1329 Broadway a Newyork. Your wife tries to get the carpet from under it but can to because you Are standing on it. So you try a new hold and just after your Back Breaks the carpet is Clear. You Are not through yet. Your wife done to Tell you any More Little stories but pork and then wed done the barrel j gets your old coat and shoves you out was full then we poured in a Sweet brine \ and intimates that the carpet needs whip that me Mother had scalded and skimmed and we Cov Rod it and put a �?olnn4 fun to to it a n it that up see w&9 to keep the pork under the brine. It was just a week after Christmas and just above and Well Worth seeing. I have that>8 new year a Day when me Mother says to the old Man Days she Dennis we must begin on the new pork. And Cever been Able to account for the disposition to let Many Beautiful places after the Devil unless on the presumption that be has exclusive right to everything id the Vicinity of hot water. On the 8th of August we saw our first mad Geyser and waited for three hours in a storm of rain and sleet to see it a a Quot a thin my father said to me says he. I want be to come and hould the Candle while i open the new pork barrel. So we went Down cellar me father with the Hatchet and i with the Candle. Father go i took off the cover and there was the the off a the eruption takes place once in j brine As Clear and Sweet As Ever about three and a half hours. As our i oud Man ran his hand Down and not a watches pointed to the hour the water in put 0f pork could he find. He stripped Ping. When y0n Hanc the tormenting thing across the to Inestine inc by Gnu get it righted and have it slide it gift into the mud and hang it up again and get half a pint of dust and three broken tqck9 snapped out of the Northwest Corner into your Mouth by the wind you make some observations which you neglected to mention while in the House. Then you huot up a stick and go for that carpet. The first blow hides the Sun and All the j fair face of nature behind a Cloud of dust j and right in the Centre of that Cloud with the wind Square in your face no matter How you stand you Wield that Cudgel until both hands Are blistered and in of Buynan kindness hurdles in jars by Laim Agency oldest in the state. Or of. B k o w or you. O j. Pettitt Smiths ferry Beaver co., pa., Justice of the peace by o to Eye to Blic and. Special commissioner for Sale of lands in East Virginia. Aprl i 72-ly John Peck ornamental worker hair and hair Dresser no. 53 Market Street t Pittsburgh a. Ladies waited on promptly at their residences by experienced work women. Feb3�?T71-ly p Bentel amp a o., Bankers and brokers Freedom pa., Are now prepared to do a general banking and broker business. Notes discounted. Government Bonds and other securities bought and sold and collections made on ail accessible Points in the United states. Interest allowed on Ture deposits a a a a it a c. H. Bentel cashier. Jan. 26,1872-6m. A Leeg Heny National Bank no. 33 fifth Avenue pi1tsburqh, a. J. W. Cook president. R. W. Mackey cashier w. Mccandless asst. Cashier. Feel a g v or. W. Massey clothing cleaned dyed and repaired at Short notice. No. 74 Grant Street febl0�?T71-Ly_Pittsburgh, a. P m. Ellis architect and designer. Office Ramsey a Block. Beaver Falls Beaver co., a. Plans and specifications for Public buildings and private residence. Estimate of the Cost of Ira lid my and All business connected with architecture attended to promptly and satisfactorily. Febl9�?T6s by. Co 116 Smith Field Street Pittsburgh pensions. Bounties. Prize Money it amp a. Special attention paid to suspended mid rejected b banking House of made in person Joseph c. Bauff b Thomas blows. Ailiff amp Brown plumbers the Crater suddenly began to boil violent up big sleeve Aud plunged into the brine j the mily and to conceal the rim at the Crater to his shoulder. A a Bho of and zounds a your bosom. You can whip the carpet a and a column of Muddy water shot up j said he turning As Pale As a ghost a Mike into the air ten or twelve feet and fell i Rae boy every blessed bit of that Elligant Back like a Graceful Fountain s close by pork is gone entirely the mud Geyser is the Spring called the and 6ure en0ugh, so it was. And then Gas and 8team pipe fitters no. 65 Federal Street Allegheny City. Agitators and tanks lined by a new process with pipe feb 71-1 it concerns All j. Proctor ladies and gentlemen hair dressing rooms Bair Fri Avra manufacturer of children a hair Cut / a Felo by 47 fourth ave., Pittsburgh. Jochiel hotel Corner Tarket amp third streets Harrisburg a. A. W. Hunter decl pm Fis proprietor r. E. Amp h. Hoopes new Brighton a. Con Respondence of. Banks Bankers and Mer chants solicited. Collections promptly mad and remitted. By orgy. James t. Brady amp co., successors to 8. Joned amp co., cob. Fourth Avenue amp Wood 8tree1 Pittsburgh Bankers buy and sell All kinds of interest allowed on deposits a�?offi�taffisngover1�bn� in or0jb�sc�f�k?�, e a a s4�?T� jy22�?T70 by. Jas. T. Brady amp co. By Pierre House no. 48 Market Street Pittsburgh. A longer or Shorter period according to the q p s Dat and night. Size of your mad it done to Mike any d if j beat Brandflu of wines liquors ale. Ference to the carpet it is just As du9ty and fuzzy and disagreeable after you have by or amp a always on hand in the bar. Oysters a a a sir 7 is 0 c. B. Stein. Proprietor. Id Groom where a vast column of steam Isle i00h.ed, and by and by we f it und w soes from a Cavern in the Side of the Hill j and looked under it and there right with an opening five feet in diameter. So Bottom was a big Hole where the rats hot is the steam from the Mouth of the bad uck t0 iem had gnawed through or Uto that it is on y when the win j an j carried of the pork Watts it aside that one dares to look in. The pot away through a Hole in can a by i the giants cauldron where j be Bottom of the barrel a queried the a dense Colonia of steam is constantly est Tener incredulously. Caping with a Roar which shakes the j a a yes a replied Mike innocently a every Strund f in a considerable distance around we entered a pretty Little Valley with a left the brine ? a Bright Clear Stream flowing South into j a yes every Lake Madison then in full View nestling j a Zwil you have the kindness to Tell me m the midst of High Hills and gaily spark a How that possibly could have happened a Ling in the Sun Light. One fact of inter Here whipped it two hours a9 it when you com est regarding Lake Madison May be mentioned. Until last summer this Lake was supposed to be the head Waters of the Madison River which is the Middle Branch of the Missouri situated on the Eastern slope of the continent and no one Ever a nah a said Mike with a a a that a the mystery a nod and a Wink Naen ced. A then you bundle it up. With one Corner dragging and stumble into the House and boots have More trouble with the stove and fall to find any Way of using the carpet Stretcher while you stand on the carpet and fail to find any place to stand off from the carpet and then you get on your 1 Knees again while your wife holds the Saucer and with Blind Confidence bands 1 you broken tacks crooked tacks ticks with no Points ticks with no Heads tacks with no leathers tacks with the biggest i a ends at the Points. Finally the carpet is Down add the baby comes Back and the cat comes Back and the dog comes Back and your wife smiles Melchior Hasley . And dealer in shoes and gaiters of every variety. No 188 Federal Street Allegheny City a. Per ocular attention paid to custom work. Feb0�?T71-ly old can Rehll. A correspond Tunt of the Portland Tran 8weetly, and says she is glad that Job is script says some and they Are not few i her mind. As it is too late to do any can remember old Churchill and his be j la Jug else you sit by the fire and smoke dreamed of its Watere flowing in any orb j Ca is Waye. One Day he was Riding on j we a a the inner Confidence that Yon Are the a let meanest Man in America. The next Day you hear your wife Tell a Friend that you Arel so tired she took up and put Down that great heavy carpet yesterday. Or than an Easterly direction but prof. Horseback when he was met by an Hayden a explorations of last summer de woman who bad not so Many of this Mons rated the remarkable fact that the worlds Good things As e a. Ont his Wallet he handed her a Quarter of a Dollar and Rode on. He had Ridden Only a Short distance when he began to soliloquies thus a now i have done better to have kept that Money and bought myself something a Wheeling his horse round be Rode Back to where the old woman was stand inf and said m a give me that Money 1�?� she handed it to him wondering what be meant. Placing it in his Wallet and at the Sapie time handing her a five Dollar Bill he exclaimed a there self now i guess you 11 Yon had kept still a Waters from Lake Madison actually flow into Snake River and thence by the Columbia to the Pacific Ocean. All these Are included in a territory about sixty Miles Square in the Northwest Corner of Wyoming territory set apart by Congress As the National Park of the United states. Americans Are sometimes accused of being a of fitted with a boastful spirit and while willing to Mit that the charge is not entirely with out foundation i can readily see How any due raised in this great Western world of ours might very naturally feel some apprehension about going ont at night in England lest by some Accident he should off or imagine that one used to wandering through these Snow capped Rocky mountains should reply a the american who was asked after crossing from Why i a pretty girls foot like the let Tery ? because it is the end of Beauty. The Troy press has made a startling discovery. It says a it is believed in Boston that the murderer of the Joyce children in the Nephew of a distinguished Littera eur that he was sent abroad immediately after the crime and that Tab influence and wealth of the family Bevic prevented any attempt to bring him to i a negro woman in. Erie allowed a gentleman of that City to name her baby jibe other Day in consideration Lar Bill and the poor Little Ihung we christened William Henry Washington Grant Colfax Scipio Rutus Halifax wed Joshua Louis Jack Madison Buffay Opp in Saunders. A John m. Buck amp co., Amenta for Jamea b. Stanbury a Celeva Tec a Baltimore oysters. Also dealers in can bucket and Shell oys ters All kinds fresh fish game canned fruits amp pm amp a. 184 Liberty St. �6.44 Diamond Marke Pittsburgh a. Orders solicited and promptly filled at lower Price. Iedz4-iy Jjo ots shoes boots and shoes boots shoes Ujj s. Internal Revenue. Notice to special tax payers. The Law of december 24th, 1872. Require every a Ergon Chi Rairdin any Buu incs. Avocation or employment which renders him liable to a special tax to procure and place conspicuously in his establishment or place of business a stamp denoting the payment of said special tax before commencing a siness. ,. The taxes embraced within the provisions of Law above quoted Are the following Viz rectifiers. Dealers retail liquor. Quot a dealers wholesale liquor. Dealers in malt liquors wholesale. Amp a w dealers in malt liquors retail. W dealers in Leaf tobacco. Ltd retail dealers in Leaf tobacco. Our us and on sales of Over �1,000, fifty cents for every Dollar in excess of �1.000 dealers in manufactured tobacco. 5 w manufacturers of stills. A no and for each still or worm manufactured 20 00 manufacturers of tobacco. 10 00 manufacturers of cigars. A to of paddlers of tobacco first Cluss More than two horses a a of �?�0 Pedd lers of tobacco second class. 2 horses to w paddlers of tobacco third class 1 horse. 15 00 paddlers of tobacco fourth class of foot or Public conveyance. Of Brewers of less than 500 barrels. 50 w Brewers of 500 barrels or More. 100 00 any person who shall fail to comply with the foregoing requirements will be subject to severe special tax papers throughout the United states Are reminded that they must make application to the collector or Deputy collector of their respective districts and procure the proper stamp for the special tax year commencing May 1, 1873, without waiting for further Norice Merrick collector internal Revenue. 24th District penn�?Ta., new Brighton a. Tny i 2t 8. Barker. P. A. Barker. C. A. Barker q 8. Barker amp co., new. Brighton pen a Bankers dealers in Exchange Coin coupons amp a. Collections made on All accessible Points in the United states and Canada. Accounts of merchants manufacturers and individuals solicited. Interest allowed on time deposits. Correspondence will receive prompt attention. Dec23 70-tf. R Ochester savings Bank. John v. A a Donald Geo. C. Speyerer. W. J. Speyerer h. J. Speyerer cashier if Yon want to save Money buy your boots shoes and gaiters at 173 Federal St., Allegheny 8 doors above Semples dry goods store. Men s boots boys boots. Youths boots men gaiters by Yso gaiters a ladies shoes misses shoes children s it shoes ladies gaiters misses gaiters. R Shi menus heavy we have a la Boob. Shoe line of Oes 321% to �5,00 l75 to 1.50 to 2.00 to 1.75 to 1.75 to 1.50 to a 50 to 1.25 to 1.25 to 1.25 to 8.00 2.50 8.00 2.50 2,25 a a 3.50 4.00 2.00 i Large Stock of menus boys youths Man gaiters. At All prices Ond a full a Rand of men pand Hoys Kip boots on hand also a Larbe Idt of Udrea Mist est and a eur we shoes Button go Gresa Berge and velvet obo i. Cal 1 Hufft a a a rate a. For Yop Rahlves. Don t forget me place. �c�8la�oohti�bck, Jan ruin of cd Ras Jvn Sesley Bdl of a of Tofe t speyerer amp Mcdonald dealers in Exchange com government securities make collection on All accessible Points in Tufe United states and Canada receive Money on Deposit subject to Check and receive time deposits of one Dollar and upward and allow interest at 6 per cent. By Laws and rules furnished free by applying at at the Bank. Bank open daily from 7 a. A. Till 4 p. M., and on saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o clock. Refer by permission to l h Oatman pfc co Hon j s Rutan Algeo Scott amp co Orr amp Coopers a Cross amp co we Kennedy snieder Wacks i John t Harp b 8 Ranger r b Edgar a c Hurst to Desmen s National s b Wilson Bank Pittsburgh. A. No Al 1-70 -je30-71 instant Relief for the asthma. Any person troubled with that terrible disease will receive immediate and Complete Relief by using Ray asthma remedy. I was afflicted with it for twelve years entirely unfitting me for Bas Foess for weeks at a time Ana discovered this remedy by experimenting on my self after All other medicines failed to Nave any effect. S s eeds plants Trees prepaid by mail. My new priced descriptive catalogue of Choice Flower and Garden seeds 25 sorts of either Lor 1 new and Choice varieties of fruit and ornamental Trees. Shrubs. Evergreens roses grapes lilies. Small friits House and Border plants and bulbs one year grafted fruit Trees Jor mailing fruit stalks of All kinds hedge plants. A. The most Complete assortment in the counter will be gent Gratis to and Plain address with p. O. Box. True Cape cod Cranberry for Upland or Lowland �6 per 10d0 Al per 100 prep Alff by mail. Trade list to dealers. Heed on commission. Agents wanted. B Al Watson old Colony nurseries and seed warehouse Plymouth mass.1 established 1842 inar7-Tlt cheap farms a for Bale near chicago1 of v ii in Why go to Kansas or Nebraska when you can buy As Fine farming lands As the Sun Ever shone on improved and unimproved from $25 to $40 an acre ranging from 40 to 1,800 acres within from 30 to 50 mites from Chicago i Hue of the get Dai Irvine countries in America five railroads nos running Thra ngh the countyc1 a to a i or .5 More being constructed have several Good in pro a it articular address Amos Allman now i be improved Rhine countries running throng ing constructed farms for Saie cheap. Of particulars Amor arts pm. Fown Tolna. A alte county it data. Yob printing a the a a o a a radical0fftq& i will warrant it to give instant Relief n Al eases or asthma not complicated with other diseases. Any person after once using will never be without it. Pamphlets containing certificates by mail free Send for one. Ask your druggist for it. If he has none on hand get him to Send or write for it yourself. _ Aprice by mail postage paid f 1�o0 per Box. Liber alters to druggists. Address april by. Chas. B. Hurst Rochester Beaver co. A. T enter probe Saloon and up restaurant. A upon Day and night. Meals at All hours. No. 18 sixth St., late is. Clair feb my Pittsburgh. A a a a Neal Mccallion q ma8hy, pm a r l Salo o a s x7b Strub. i us u a Tjoa by fac no a i. -�4

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