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Cincinnati Commercial (Newspaper) - January 22, 1881, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati commercial saturday january 22, 1881-with extra Sheet. Wants situations. V a a under this head published free a charge. _ female. To anted situation As nurse in a protes a Tui it orphan a Plum. Address a a. Murray. Xenia a _i�2 2t Urante it a situation As House keeper no objection to children. Address or. Watts no. &15 John st. Tah Ted to it u at 1 on8-by two girls. To Cook a y Wash Aud Iron. Apply at no. 144 Richmond "t., aide Eutrace third door. Ja3�-2t us a n 1�?Tflvhituati���?i n a Small family to do any work except washing Good references Given. Address O., thle oltion. Tan a do Bil a i Ion for housework Good i Cook Aud laundress City or country. 255 court st. Jinai at ranted Hitu Ationo an seamstress or w dream inking in a store or private family address r. U. This office. Ja21 _ t 117 Anil j it a situation to wet nurse to take Vav m baby borne or go out by a respectable Noyi. Inquire at 113 Freeman at. Ju2l-2t it anted Bitu Allun a by a Young lady to Vav do Plain sewing mending darning und help to do Light work. Address e.d., this office. Ja2 2t "117 anted situation by a no. 1 Cook and Vav laundress. Hot use girl nurse and seamstress City or country Good reference. Call at i22 Arch atrwt._____jin21-2t wanted situation a with a responsible Uii Injurer. Old Wou Iau and responsible business. Address miss Clara Belmont new Paris Preble co., Ja21-2t males want8-f1malb help. Advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. Anted ooh pc a Good Cook at 878 w. Sixth w Street. A titans eds girls a Good girl for general House by work apply at "1 w. Fifth st., near Stone reference required. H7 anted girls to sew on base balls apply Vav to p. Goldsmith a co., Corner seventh and Madison sts., Covington. . Wanted lady connected with each of the churches in the City for a special work remuneration $10 per week. For particulars address Lay worker this office. Ja22-2t w anted girls a first Clara Cook also dishwasher at 61 Mound st. Ja21-2t want Mal help. Advertisements published under this head fur cent a word each insertion. W w Quot Vav an old Book keeper reference the Best in the City. Address no 678. This office. Tif anted situation by a Young Man of Vav Good moral character and education. 11. Kompf. Y. A.____ja22-2t Xita nil do situation by a Young Man As Vav no ter or to perform any kind of labor. Address g. A. W., this Ollice. Jh22-2t yji7 anted situation by a Young Man 17 Vav years old to work in wholesale store or office. At Diesa honesty this office. Ja2u-�?~t 7 a Ted situation something to do by a a a by ja22-2t 1x 7 anted Situ at to no by a y Ozug a Crimin w i Liing to work at anything. Address Frank Smith y. A., Cor. Sixth and Elm. Ja22-2t wanted situation by a Middle aged Man who is steady willing to work for Low wages Aud has first clans references. Middle. Ja2-2t Quot i \7 an the do Situa to on by ayoung Man of 20, v v As assistant Book keeper or any bind of office work. Address George this ja22-2t wanted Situ at of As assistant Book keeper. Lias experience and will work Ata Roaton Abis salary. Address willing this office. _. Ja22-2t Quot it a anted situation by a Good Hourat boy w 17 years of age. In a store or factory or to do any Kina of work. Address h. F., this office. Ja22-2t wanted situation by an honest boy 18 years of age to work in a grocery or drive a mpg of. Reference Given if required. Address w. 6., this office. Ja22-2t wanted situation by a travelling sales Man who has a Good Trade in liquors Green tobacco Stock a caper shipping clerk buggies it . A Dree s j. J a22-2t Quot i \ 7 an Ted Situ a f i on by a boy of 14, to a it Lens the grocery business up cake English and German fluently. Call on or address Freddy 67 Buckeye st._______ja22-2t t\7anted�?situation�?by a boy of 18 years w in a wholesale clothing House has Hud some experience in cutting Cau give Good reference. Address j. S., this Othic. A ja22-2t ty7 anted situation by a Stout boy of 18, Vav to work sit the machinist Trade one who is willing to work Aud can give reference if required. Address a. B., this office. Ja22-2t w anted situation by in Engineer of experience can do the repairs to machinery Aud a Coin Pic titling bit of City references Given. Address j. S., this office. Ja22-2t 1t7anted�?situation�?by a Evv fetus of age As Porter inn store has been Porter in a Toba Eoo warehouse Good recommend pious Given. Address ii. L. C., this office. Ja22-2t it7anted�?situation�?by a Young Man of Vav 21 Plain rapid Penman Quick and accurate at figure and has a Good education and business experience Best of reference. Address Ohio this office. __ja22-2t �i7a�t�d�?situation�?As Coachman by a Vav single Young Man have driven Carriage in this City just discharged from s. Cavalry references excellent ill every respect. Address A. This office. Ja22-2f 11 r anted situation by an Active Young Vav Man 22 years of age As clerk or is willing to do most anything not a a d of work Good reference. No objection to leaving City. Address or Call on 8. G., 107 Smith ja32-2t itt anted situation by a Young Man of Vav 11. As assistant Book keeper collector entry shipping or Bill clerk or in the office of any wholesale House will furnish first class recommendations. Address r. A. D., this office. Ja22-2t 117 a�te1 a situation by an lion cart. Sober Vav energetic Man. Who writes and Marks Well and rapidly. Will accept any respectable work at Low wages. A living is the object. Address Hunter Cal e y. A., Feith and Elm its. Ja22-2t anted a situation in a wholesale or manufacturing House with a View of growing tip in the business am a Good Penman 19 years old. And have some knowledge of Book keeping. Adores k. C., this office. Ja22-2t 1\f anted situation by a Young Man a Vav quaint id with the dry goods Boot and shoe and clothing Trade also u Slock keeper Good references. Address c. E. T., y. A., sixth and Klin its. Ja22-2t anted men six you no men 16 to 18 a ears of age Well recommended. Apply to Crane Breed a co., 683 w. Eighth 1t7anted�?port�r�?or working Man in a Vav store must carry the keys and Deposit in Cash $200. None other need apply 12 to 2. 17 e. Third wanted�?boy�?15 to 17 years old to do office work must write a Good band and be Quick at figures. Address in own name and band writing giving references j. G., care of this office. 1t7ant�d�?canvassers�?in country towns v v to sell our goods to families. We make a specially of 50 and 60-eent teas Aud old fancy coffees of excellent flavor and body it will pay to writes for terms and prices mention this paper san Francisco Tea co., Chicago 111. Ja6-13t-tu,, wants the trades. Advertisements published under this head for one tent a word each insertion. Vt7anted�?pattern-maker�?Young Man to Vav learn the Trade who can use tools and the Wood lathe. Apply at 57 Elm Street. Wants miscellaneous advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. Text anted a purchasers a everywhere for Vav shop county and state rights at lowest Cash prices Champion Flat Iron Heater by any Tinner cheap fits any stove run by one stick of Wood reduces heat 24�. 8. Curtice South Charleston Ohio. Wanted furniture and household goods Liberal Cash advances and goods hell on storage or for auction or private Sale. Ezekiel amp Bernheim auctioneers and commission merchants no. 134 main st. Ja22-2t 1x7 anted stocks of merchandise lib v v eral Cash advances and goods held on storage or for auction or private Sale. Ezekiel amp Bernheim auctioneers and commission Merchante no. 134 main st. Ja22-2t 117 anted a clothing a. A second hand v v clothing jewelry carpets furniture ac., for Cash. Address or Call at 2382 West fifth st., 4 doors below Pluto. Z. A. Levi. Ja22-4t-6amwf wanted storage household furniture and package merchandise stored carefully in new clean Light airy tire proof storerooms. Rear Entrance Hammond Stree with Hydraulic elevator. Ezekiel a Bernheim auction commission and storage merchants no. 134 main Street.__ja22-2t miscellaneous. Advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. Qpongk8 and Chamois skins o Winslow a pharmacy. Just received. It o Klegian cod liver Oil Large bottles 75c prescribed by physicians. Winslow a pharmacy eighth and Central ave. U8ines8 men old and Young who have Little time to spare can learn a modern language in three months to speak read and write any new method natural and easy conversation from beginning. 235 West fourth at., Between Plum and Cut Rel Avenue. Ja22-2t22.25 p Ivorite stoves clothes wringers $4 up of Ward step ladders wringers repaired Send postal card we will Call for the wringer. E. Tettenborn a co., 219 w. Fifth st., near Plum. _ Jal 9-3t -19,20,22 corns and bunions removed without pain by or blood at 202 Vino st., above fifth second floor. Ia21-2ti. A forsake City advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. 1&Quot p1 or Sale Vresh Venison just received. Stanton a co., 128 and 130 w. Fearl st. Ja22-2t of Jacobs Oil the great German remedy Tor rheumatism neuralgia sciatica Lumbago backache gout soreness or Taa Chest sore Throat Quincy swellings and sprains frosted feet and ears Burns and scalds i tooth ear and headache and All Mil pains and aches. No preparation on Earth equal st. Jacobs Oil a a sat Sukk simple and cheap Kex Terral remedy. A trial eat Aila Bat the comparatively trifling outlay of 50 cent and every one suffering with pm a can Hare cheap and positive proof of it claim. Dib�cti0ks i eleven Sci Ages. Hub by All druggists and dealers in Medicine. A. Vogeler a co. Baltimore mu., a s. A. The passed. A a variety show ordinance a goes through Council. Plumbing. Thos. Gibson amp co., the old established plumbers 200 and 202 Vine st., make a specially of remedying defective plumbing and introducing the latest improvements for the thorough exclusion of sewer gases. No6-52t-8a medical preparation. Or anted situation a vrho v v a factoring House with u View of Sal of or it Jule or Man rowing up in the business am 19 years old a Good Penman and accurate at figures or would Dike to Bave charge of City collection Best of reference. Address go Lodge m., this office. Ja�?~22-2t birr anted situation wit i some reliable v i wholesale House by an experienced travelling Salesman Cau give the very Best reference from last Emi Doyr As to character ability wad experience. Address l., care j. Myers no. 19 Bast fourth st., Dayton Ju22-2t for Sale store a thriving and neat dry i goods and notion store near the Citer Stock Worth from $3,000 to $4,000. Inquire at the store of alms a Doppke. Ja22-3t 17 or Sale drug store the Best drug store a in Columbus Address w. Ii. Negley fifth Aud main. Ja22-2t to or Hale harness �?100 sets second hand a harness and 15 Riding Saddle. 8. Ellis 186 main Street. Jall of or Sale furniture carpets stoves mtr rows a. We invite the Public to visit our Mammoth sales rooms and inspect the Large Stock of furniture carpets ac., which we have just received. We especially solicit the patronage of those just commencing housekeeping. We furnish houses completely from Kitchen to parlor at All prices and we guarantee the prices to be the lowest in the City. We also make a specially of furnishing Saloon store and office fixtures. Send for our illustrated catalogue of bar fixtures and Beer coolers. R. Rothschild a Hon 292 West sixth st., near John. N. sold on weekly and monthly payments. Store open until 9 . Au29-tf i or Hale portable Sawmill detached engine Anil boiler with Independent steam feed and syphon pumps All Complete in no. 1 order at a Low Price. Hugh 8hiels a co. John and Angusta its. Jy21-m.8a-tf a or Sale stoves heating null Cook stoves a cords Svitil Resto Bitis there is a Well known principle in animal physiology that no vital action can take place except through the Agency of the nervous system if the nerve Power in any Organ is weakened then that. Organ is weak. Or. Ricords vital by to Katilu has been scrutinized and endorsed by the facade in of Medicine in Paris As on infallible specific for the above contains no phosphorus a Natl Arides or other Poison of Levassour 10 Bis Rue Richelieu Paris France or or. A. 1. A Lgee Moni it proprietors 40 world York. Box of 100 pills $3 400, $10 by mail upon receipt of Price. None genuine without the signature of s. Hig Esmond on the Side. Sold by All druggists. Testimonials. . Louis april 23,1880 or. Signs Monde dear sir in Justice to you and to the profession i feel it my duty to state the results of my trials of Ricords Vitai restorative in Ray practice following the Challenge you . Ase 1. Or. B., aged 30, impotent for years with weight 120 lbs., very Norvon Aud debilitated sleepless and tilled with nervous fears had tried every known remedy. I put him under treatment with the vital restorative alone. In six months he was discharged perfectly cured. Lie had regained All his vigor and manhood and weighed 160 lbs. Case 2. Or. M., partial loss of Power. In six weeks treatment with the vital restorative desire and Manly vigor were full restored. Heavy pressure brought to Bear on the Board. Pastors Aid it by their presence and petitions. Jimmy Fitzgerald attempts tack on a sunday clause. To Lively discussion and other Council proceedings. The Board of City councilmen met in the Council chamber yesterday afternoon. There was perhaps the usual delay in getting a quorum. When it was finally obtained or. Hildebrant vice president of the Board took the chair and called the Board to order. The important business of the session was generally understood to be the consideration of the variety show Bill recommended a few Days ago by the committee on Law and contracts. As a result the lobbies were unusually full and with a class Seldom seen in legislative Halls. There were a number of clergymen beaded by the Rev. Or. Ski user who came with a petition signed by 250 citizens asking for the passage of an ordinance placing the responsibility for licensing lewd shows in some Quarter definitely so that the responsibility might be known. Among the clergymen noticed wore the following Rev. Isaac w. Joyce 8t. Paul a e. Chu Roli. Rev. A. Ritchie Western tract society. Rev. Thos. Skinner second presbyterian. Rev c. Daniels Vine Street congregational. Rev. J. Bushong Trinity E. Church. Rev. Henry Tuckley Christie E. Church. Rev. John , it. Auburn E. A Burgh. In addition to these were a number of citizens equally but not officially interested in the passage of the ordinance As the above were let a appointment As a committee. The members of the committee not present wore revs. Hoyt Leavitt eels and Ledyard. I a after the disposal of some Ward business or. Walters under Call of business from the thirteenth Ward presented a variety show ordinance in Tille similar to that recommended by the committee and it took the Council chamber and the visitors by Surprise. It designed to Delegate to the mayor authority to Issue and revoke show licenses but included in it the licensing of balls and picnics. It fixes licenses for Heaters and variety shows at from $200 to $500 each and a tax of from $2 to $25 for every performance balls and Pickios to pay a License of from $5 to $25, and it provides that All moneys so collected shall be placed to the credit of the sinking fund commission. In Case of non compliance by parties requiring a License the penalty is fixed at from $10 to $50. All applications Are to be accompanied by a petition signed by twelve respectable citizens within 600 feet of the place where the performances arc to be held setting Forth the nature of the performance and the character Aud reputation of the person making application. Complaints against the continuation of Ilie License shall be in writing to the mayor by six respectable residents of the City. On motion of or. Abbihl it was Laid Over until the presence of thirty eight members was ascertained. After some other journal business had been transacted which indicated a Roll Call Tho presence of thirty eight members or. Fitzgerald obtained a suspension of the rules for the Reading of the report of the committee on Law and contracts which meant the reporting Back of the variety show ordinance they had considered a few Days ago and which delegated to the mayor authority to Issue and revoke licenses to Heaters and show. The ordinance was read and the chair pro Tern who is a member of the committee reporting it stated that it is precisely the ordinance under which the mayor attempted to close up the indecent shows with the exception of the including of the late statute giving the mayor authority we Rich the court has previously decided he did not possess under the statutes then existing. J on motion of or. Fitzgerald the rules were suspended and it was put to its second Aud third Reading. Or. Abbihl moved to include the Walters ordinance the chair overruled the motion because that ordinance had not been reported by any com a Mittee. the reported ordinance was put to its third Reading Aud the Racket at once commenced. Or. Fitzgerald led a Peculiar line of attack by expressing regret that the Good people of Cincinnati bad not pressed the matter at an earlier Date and before so much misery had already been caused to families by the continuance of the variety shows. He arraigned Tho mayor and chief of police for placing the blame upon Council and claimed that under existing ordinances and statutes the mayor has Power to close the indecent places and put under arrest the owners of the buildings occupied by them. In reference to a recent interview in which it had been shown that Council had even so tra Meled the hands of the City executive that it was necessary to go to Columbus last Winter and Ero Oure the passage of a Bill empowering the mayor to draw warrants for the salaries of the unpaid police he said t hat that was because of the refusal of the Republican members to vote for Tho sunday amendment to the variety show Bill and because action had been so Long delayed that the Mearles could not be provided for by that Council. He contended however in response to a question by or. Abbihl that the sunday amendment to the ordinance named which included r it Louth november?8 ?879-?have? within it the pay of the police was the Best pro for Vesiai s with nervous Aiu general debility have been a vision of the whole ordinance. He resumed his under treat Lieut of several prominent physicians with change that the Powei to close decent shows no results. Several months ago i began taking Ricords gambling houses houses of prostitution &c., Al ital restorative and aug now perfectly cured. Ready exists and closed by offering Hia former we. Borsch 1213 lass Aye. Sunday amendment As follows st. Good no4-tf 292 West sixth st., and 147 George sold on weekly or monthly payments. 17011 Sale poker cliip8�?50,000 poker chips. It. Rothschild a st Hon 292 West pc Ixl Street. No4-tf \ \ 7 a n t e u�?8 it u a x1 on it o Vav work by u Stroug Ian. Spring st. City. Do any kind of address H., 71 ja2l-2t 117anted�?situation�?As re kit ter for some a a daily or weekly paper. Address stating salary reporter Vobis office. Ja21-2t 117anted�?situation�?by a Good honest boy it a of 17 yours of a age to learn a Trade or to do any kind of work. Address ii. F., this office. _ ja2l-2t wanted situation by a Young Man of Good address i any kind of work no objection to leaving the City. Address Young y. A. Ja21-2t it ant Situ Ati on by a Young shoe clerk w of six years experience can give very Best to reference Ludo an a. Address w. Gilbert jr., Peru j�21-2t wanted agents advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. 117anted�?agents�?lady agents wanted for v a our goods used by every lady and child Send for circular. Smith Novelty co., 42 Franklin st., n. Y. Jal6-3t-su,Tua-8a 117anted�? travelling agent a a six go a v v Man Well versed in mechanics and accustomed to Selling machinery and supplies to Mills foundries machine shops distillers mines railroads amp a. Address machinery this office a it references name and salary required. Ja21-4t wanted agents to sell a sunlight and Shadow a the Best Selling Book Ever . A. E. Dibble 51 West fourth st. Ja20-4t st. Lol is april 8, 1880.�?hart been impotent us incr of years when i commenced to Tako Ricords vital restorative. Within three months i found my self suddenly restored to my former healthful vigor Aud the cure has been permanent. J. Vincent. I know or. Vincent whose name is signed to the above certificate. He is a Friend of mine and i know the facts to Boas he has stated them. J. Ward proprietor grand Central and european hotel. . Louis november 19, 1878.�?this is to certify that i have been restored in four months with Ricords vital restorative to perfect manhood. John Paul conductor. Attest John lain Deputy supt. Missouri state Board of immigration., Stato of Missouri Gity of st. Louis is r. Bradley being duly sworn upon oath deposes that he is a stenographer in the City of st. Louis that he Lias care t17 an Ted situation by a competent Sciort a hand writer As corresponding clerk is willing to make himself generally useful. Address j. N. C., this office. Ja21-2t 117antedhitration�?to do any kind of Vav work by a coloured Man from the South but know the City very w Ell Cun give Good references address r. A. This office. Ja2l-2t 1 it anted situation by an honest Young f v Jimmu 18 years of age. Willing to do any kind Frt work where i a can learn a Trade reference Given if required. Address b. 8. This office. Jo21-2t 117anted�?situation a a with a responsible v v coi Pauy As Advance agent or business manager will accept Small out sure salary 20 years experience. Address t. V. Joness City Post office. _ _ jo21-2t 1t7 anti pm situation As travelling Salesman v v by an experienced stove Man Well acquainted with the Trade in Ohio Indiana and Illinois Best references. Address a no. 337 North Delaware st., Indianapolis ibid. Ja21-2t 117anted�? situation in grocery Tea or to Vav Becco business by a Young Man of Energy Aud experience wage not so much of an object As steady employment. Address energetic 237 Vine at. Js21-2t 117anted�?situation�?by an honest Aud Vav temperate Young Runau of Twenty four to do any kind of work seme wholesale House preferred re Retice can be Given will commence on the Bottom round and go up. Address f. J. 8., tills office. _ jfl21-2t fool Kint ii Olheis. A advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. Wan top a attn e r 8. Advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. Wanted partners a reliable Man with n traction Eugine Sawmill and Span of horses or mules Fine Chance to make Money. Address e. Caro j. P. Mccall it pc co., Chattanooga Teun. For rent office. Advertisements published under this head for on cent a word each insertion. A 17 or rent offices and Sample rooms in j our new building with every modern convenience of heat Light Hydraulic elevator water a. Ezekiel a Bernheim auctioneers Aud commission merchants no. 134 main st. Ja22-2t wants houses and rooms advertisements published rider to is heat for one cent a word each insertion. 11t anted room by a Young lady in respect a v Able private family where Home comforts can be Lead. Reference exchanged. Address of p. Bex 513, City. _ of it Sale House. Advertisements publish Dunder this head for one cent a word each insertion a or Sale House a Ebbert offers Bis residence on Lane st. We lust Hills for Sah 011 reasonable terms. Apply at 152 w. Fourth st. J�21-2t fully compared the testimonials hereto attached of we 11. Robb m.d., win. Borsch j. Ward. J. K., John Lamb and John Paul Aud that the testimony in is Are signed by the parties themselves. R. Bradley. Stoiu to and subscribed before me this 5th Day of Seal May 1880. We. J. Hru8ka, notary Public st. Louis to. A John Keeshan sixth and Walnut wholesale and r Al nil Cinelu Waii Al test Wiefek to a. Corner fourth and Waluur retail. Weathe Cilkai a co., sixth and Vine its. And j. Wells fourth Aud Central ave. At Charley e. Potts a co is. 4 e. Fourth st., wholesale and fourth and main retail. References at commercial office. Fe�?T29-132teod and at 1 i olt rent houses two More of those Beau a Tifful dwellings on it. Auburn for rent to Flygt Elass party. Thomas of Dowd >3 Walnut st. I or rent or lease Hall the he Al lately occupied by the women a Tern Peralee society 200 and 202 Vino Street. Inquire on the premises. Ja8-Haaw-tf 17 of rent or be a see building a one Totoy ars. Elegant 6-Story a tone front building n. 113 Walnut st. Jal3-10t Ftp advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. 7or sale�?8team Mii and farm near c. chop farms in neighbourhood imn a lowing places. Stih mar8ii, King a Mountain by. Ja22-4t a Stock of furniture and also House and lot in Ravenswood Vav. \ a. To parties who wish to locate on the Ohio >�2? a amp established business no opposition this is the Chance All must be sold together. Call on or address r. 8. Morgan. Raven Wood w. To. _ jal7-7t financial. Advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. Jot one cent to loan in a mall or Large a amounts on mortgage Security in Hamilton county at Low rate of interest from 3 to 5 vean j. Thomas 57 w. Third st. ___ja21-3t on mortgage Conklin a 21 to Vioney to loan at Low rates Java Security in Hamilton county. I Enpek. No. 73 w. Third it. For rent room. Advertisements published under this head for one a ent a word each insertion. Fob rent desk room in on new store. Jul a treet it Between third and if Luth. Ezekiel a Bernheim auctioneers commission merchants. Ja22-2t a or rent rooms two Large rooms with Power 100 by 80 feet location Central. Home i Street machine works. No. 2 Home st. Sc23-cod-tf j wanted boarding. Advertisements published under this head for one cent a word each insertion. I wanted boards and furnished room centrally located fora gentleman at a moderate Price. Address Board. This office. Epps a a Cocoa. Grateful comforting. Epps a Cocoa breakfast. a thorough knowledge of the natural Laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition and by h careful application of the line property e of will a Eli cited Cocoa or. Epp a provided our Brea avast table with a delicately Flavoured beverage which May save a Many heavy doctors Bills it is by the judicious use of such article of diet that u Constitution May be gradually built no until a Tromp enough to resist every tendency to disease hundreds of such maladies Are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak Point. We mar escape Many a fatal Shaft by keeping ourselves Well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished hereto Gazette. Sold Only in tins vib. And belch James epp8 a co., homoeopathic chemists London England. Depot in new York Aud Chicago Smith a Vanderbeck Jal-62t-8avv--actw22 Catarrh. Wei de Meyers c u r e. One package is generally sufficient a real cure of Catarrh for $1. Ho5-26lr a strip fellow syrup. Fellows syrup Fellows hypo phosphates Isa combination of hypo phosphates originated by me in Canada while under the process of pulmonary consumption and which has since been employed by the medical profession throughout America and England with unprecedented Success. It contains the elements essential to the animal organization the oxidizing agents and tonics. In combination with the stimulating agent phosphorus possessing the Merit of being a lightly alkaline Aud is dispensed in the convenient Aud palatable form of a syrup. Its effects Are usually visible within Twenty four hours and Are marked by a stimulation of the appetite to e digestion and assimilation entering a directly into the circulation it tones the nerves and Muscles exerts a health action of the secretions neither disturbs the stomach nor injures the system under prolonged use and May be discontinued at any time without inconvenience. In a word. It possesses the stimulants to arouse the a Tieniz the the Conics to retain it Aud Merit of a High degree. Very respectfully. A James i. Fellows. Do not be deceived by remedies bearing d similar name no other preparation is a substitute for this under any circumstances. Sold by All druggists. Jalo-Lmwsn-Lmw-24- in Humphreys specifics. 7vw the mile Power cures Humphreys homeopathic specifics. Proved trom ample exp it Prience an entire Success. Simple prompt efficient and reliable they Are the Only medicines adapted to popular use. U6t Pujic ii Al 30�. Cakes. Prick. 1. Fevers congestion inflammation a a a j. Worms worm fever worm Colic. 25 j 3. Crying Colic or soothing of infant. 4. Dlr Rry a of v Hildwin or adults. 5. Dysentery griping billions Colic a Orbu. To 6. Col Cru Moribus 7. Ami plug. _ cough colds bronchitis. A. Neuralgia Toothache face ache. 9. Headache Hick headaches vertigo. 10. Dyspepsia bilious stomach. 11. Suppressed or painful periods.,. 12. Whites too profuse periods. 13. Croup cough difficult great Liing. 14. Salt Rheum Erysipelas eruptions. 15. Rheumatism rheumatic pams. 16. Fever and ague of Fiul fever agues17. Pile Blind or bleeding. 1�. Catarrh acute or chronic influenza. 20. Whooping cough vol but coughs. 24. General debility physical weakness. 27. Kidney 28. Nervous debility a. 30. Or inane weakness. Wetting the bed. 32. Disease of the heart palpitation.1 us a of Sanije by All Kuo lists. Prey so Book on disease and it cur 144 up also illustrated catalogue Cut free. 10-20teo8a�k20teow-w51 and provided further that the mayor a Hall except sunday m the grunting of licenses for Auy theatrical Pei Romance and All theatrical performances of every description Aro hereby absolutely prohibited of said Day Aud Auy person or persons who shall exhibit or participate in exhibiting in Publio in said City of Cincinnati on the first Day of the week commonly called sunday Auy theatrical performance of Auy kind or description. Shall upon conviction thereof in the police court of said City be punished As provided in Section 1, for any violation of said Seet Ioian or. Fitzgerald said that the ordinance would not be half Complete without including his amendment. Or. Carr recalled the passage of the original ordinance of december 26, 1879, but reversed by order of court because of its delegating the Power of it Council to the mayor. He recalled the later in Tei Scorlon of the sunday amendment and the consequent defeat of the whole ordinance. Turning to the visitors he said this amendment is again offered for purposes you done to see. The effect of their adoption would be to kill the whole ordinance. The ordinance As it stands has received the endorsement of the entire committee on Law and contracts and is considered the Best for the purpose that Ean be passed. If one member is permitted to a it another will be and the result of it will be an ordinance so patched that you Cau drive a four horse team through it. Messes. Gleason and Connelly were in favor of the sunday amendment because there had been too Many did lawyers engaged on the ordinance. Or. Terrence Riley asked if the ordinance would give the mayor Power to Stop the sunday performances. He wanted the opinion of the City solicitor. City solicitor Kumler it will. Or. Riley then ill vote for it. In response to some further urging of the amendment or. Carr said that after so Many discussions of the matter since 1879, and after the result of the action previously taken upon the amendment he could see no Good reason for again introducing it and hampering the ordinance. Or. Cox the comm tree Are clearly of the opinion that this ordinance will give All that is asked for. Undertake to Amend and you will kill it. If found incomplete it can be amended by a supplemental ordinance. I. Fitzgerald Are Yon in favor of sunday performances 1 or. Cox i am certainly net. Or. Fitzgerald thou Why not vote for this amendment to prohibit them ? or. Cox because i regard that the ordinance itself is sufficient. The sentiment of the better classes of the City is in favor of the ordinance. Aud to show it he presented a petition in its favor bearing 250 signatures.1 the petition was sent up to the clerks desk and while half a dozen democrats were objecting to its being read the clerk proceeded to read it. Or. Eggleston said that after the courts had decided against delegating authority he used City solicitor Kumler to prepare a Bill to give the mayor the necessary Power. The Bill was sent him and it became a Law when an ordinance based upon the provisions of that statute came up in the Council it failed simply be7 cause encumbered with amendments. Let it now go through As the mayor wants it. He has expressed a desire for the responsibility let him have it. And let the responsibility rest upon him. He did no to like to vote against the amendment and hoped it would be withdrawn. There Are now More sunday and temper Unce Laws in the state of Ohio Tau in any other state and no More Are needed. Such Laws might be piled Mountain High and unless backed by nubile sentiment could not be enforced. Or. Fitzgerald said that the amendment prevents discriminating in favor of the show people against the business Man in keeping open on 8unday. The City is now in the hands of a gang of marauders Why should you protect them by saying that if you do not you will Hurt any particular class. It a few people say it will stifle their liberties what difference will it make when a great question of right Orocu Isth then Jimmy waxed virtuous to a roman degree and said that without regard to party and would sooner stand on the platform of right than Wield All the Power of the mayoralty. It was a shrewd speech in the presence of the clergymen and if new would have stirred them up to enthusiastic applause As it was when coun a Cuman shiels gave the Cue to the clergymen for applauding by clapping his hands anti a few of the clergymen took it up a visible Trace of amuse it a ment was perceptible on the faces of several of i the Republican members. A i Jackler said that if a a now is immoral it is immoral on week Days and is equally As im-�3 i moral then a on sunday. He was in favor of a supplemental ordinance if the present should prove imperfect. The whole afternoon having been wasted in a discussion of this question to the neglect of other business he moved the previous question. Tho motion was withdrawn in order to allow or. Shiels to speak. He said it was Nofort unite that one certain class of citizens object to a quiet sunday. The question is not what to do to please �0 the germans or any other class but to conserve �?�50 the morals of the City. The previous question was then put and carried or. Fitzgerald a amendment was put and lost by the fou owing vote it 3 teas. Connolly Gleason Dalton 1 Heekin a Finley Holcomb Fitzgerald Mahoney Abbihl. Forbis. Ray Baker Goettie. Schrader Bauer Gramp Schwier Becker Hillebrant Stephens b Rue pm an Hughes Woight Carr Knuwener Walter Cox Kuhl i Ellioff doll Legner Winkler Eggleston Flester zenner�?28. Engelke a the ordinance was then put and passed without dissent by 38 ayes All the members present voting except or. Heekin. Thus the question so far As the Board of Conn Ullmen is concerned was disposed of. The next tussle Over it will be in the Board of aldermen on Friday next. Other business. The regular business of the Day was then proceeded with. Or. Terrence Riley offered the following Resolution resolved that the Board of Public works be re guested to report to Council at the next meeting of Many horses mules buggies and wagons belonging to the City Are employed in each and How Many men employed in Eark of the above departments and the Price per Day paid to each Man. The word a a mules was inserted As an amendment by or. Eggleston. Or. Riley a hot speech indicating an idea that the Board of Publio works Are indulging in too much style and at unnecessary expense. Or. Abbihl asked for the opinion of the City solicitor As to the right of Council to demand any report from the Board of Public worlds. City solicitor Kumler said that the Board could not be compelled to answer but the Council of course had the privilege of making such a request. A question of privilege. Or. Knuwener called for the Reading of a purported interview in Tho Gazette of the 17th inst., in which representative Kirchner was to say that Council is so corrupt that to put Oon tracts through it is necessary to but the members he denounced the charge is wholly untrue and offered a Resolution for the appointment of a committee of three to ascertain whether or. Kirchner had any such charge. Or. Voight a colleague of or. Kirchner said he had not the remarks attributed to him in the Gazette. He was satisfied there was not a word a of truth in it and no More than there was in that correspondence from Columbus which had charged him with introducing a Bill to abolish the Board of aldermen of Cincinnati when in reality he had withdrawn a Bill to that effect. Or. Fitzgerald was disposed to believe the interview and inclined to be decidedly personal toward or. Kirchner whom to regarded As a candidate for the Board of Publio works. Although a contractor or. Kirchner had introduced a Bill for the Benefit of contractors Aud in the interest of the Board o f Public works by which the latter would be allowed to accept partially completed contracts. Or. Riley in defense of his own a Kerr Acker a stand no such remarks be dad a and wanted it incl stated. Or. Carr did no to believe that investigations paid. They never accomplished anything the witnesses invariably being the most innocent kind of people who never know anything about the matter. The Resolution was adopted and messes. Knuwener Milligan and Dalton were appointed the committee. The special orders for 4 of clock were then taken up. The committee on Light were Given More time to report on Resolution of inquiry. The ordinance to provide for the operation and government of the Newport and Cincinnati Street Railroad company and the Cincinnati and Newport Street Railroad company came up for engrossment. Or. Cox offered an amendment allowing no exemption from the provision of the present ordinance requiring a conductor As Well As a Driver which after some debate was agreed to. He then offered another amendment allowing no exception to the provision prohibiting the use of Ous Luon Between the Fli st of May Aud the 1st of november which was disagreed to. Another was offered to prevent the line from using Bells. It was emphatically opposed the impression arising that the thing was going too tar. The matter was then Laid Over until next meeting. The following resolutions were adopted to place two gasoline lamps on Fulton Avenue Between weeks Street and Kemper Lane. To erect Street lamps on Butler Street Between third and fifth. To authorize the City clerk to contract with certain parties for repairs to the City building. The following ordinances were passed to improve fourteenth and other streets by severing. To assess a special tax for sidewalk improvements in favor of Thomas Lloyd contractor. To change the Grade of front Street from bit Ler Street to a Point 250 feet West of Kilgour Street. Adjourned. Board of Public works. This Board met yesterday As usual. Jacob Zink asked for permission to Widen the Roadway of Lehman Road Between Walker Mill Road and the Summit of the Hill. The matter was referred to or. Gessert. The Engineer was instructed to notify the owner of the premises no. 225 West fourth Street to roughen i he Stone flagging in front of said premises within fifteen Days. A Resolution was passed requesting persons interested in sewerage in the Western and Northwestern parts of the City to Atte fid the meeting of the Board to Morrow morning and express their views for or against Tho proposed improvement. County commissioners. From the Independent of january 13,1881. Does life insurance insure i an article appeared in a recent number of harpers Magazine entitled a does life insurance insure a the tendency of the argument As far As there was any argument a to show that life insurance Doe not insure. It was not written by a person conversant with the principle of life insurance for it was full of error and false reasoning easily apparent to one familiar with the fact. The statements in to get article Are Bare assertions not accompanied with proofs often incorrect As to fact and carefully suppressing everything in favor of life insurance. The article appears however in a leading Magazine and will necessarily attract the attention of Tho Public to a greater or less extent. This Magazine in the prospectus of its first number published thirty years ago announced the purpose a in every article to Combine entertainment with instruction and 4 enforce through channels which attract rather than repel attention and favor the Best and most important lessons of morality and of practical the Magazine has Seldom if Ever before departed from the laudable principle so Well Laid Down in its first number. But the article referred to so entirely departs from this principle in attacking the management of one of the greatest interests of the country in a manner so regardless of the real facts that we have carefully Analysed it As to the Points attempted against life insurance which Are in Brief As follows 1. That the average existence of a life policy is Only seven years. 2. That on the average Only one policy in ten is paid As a death claim. 3. That Large profits Are by the confiscation of the values of surrendered and forfeited policies. 4. That too Large salaries Are paid in conducting the business. 5. That the amount actually paid in losses is far too Small in comparison with the amount collected in premiums. 6. That numerous life companies have failed. On these six Points always unsupported by proofs the charge is that life insurance does not insure or that it is badly conducted. The writer fell into the error of seeking out All that is bad in the business or that Ever had been bad in it Aud it for an argument without reference to the Good which has been accomplished by it. All companies were condemned because some have been bad and no discrimination for those which have certainly been Well conducted in the interest of their members. In this manner the writer could As Well criticise our Banks our manufactures or our mercantile interests prove that farming in a failure or that no business accomplishes that which it undertakes. If the had there is in business is to be paraded and the Good suppressed then no business is beyond criticism. In order to get at the real facts As to the Points named a representative of the Independent has obtained from one of the leading companies of the country the Mutual Benefit life insurance company of Newark n. A information bearing upon them based upon its experience of thirty six years and upon its treatment of members. The history of the first thousand life policies issued by this company it show the utter falsity of the first two Points . These policies were is found that the a mount of salaries paid for the year 1879 were $86,884 10. On inquiry at the office of the company it was Learned that this am outfit was paid to 47 officers and clerks who were in nil or attendance at the office of the company. This is an average amount of $1,850 the each person. Certainly there Cau not he a sensible business Man who will say that the amount is too Large. It is not believed that any business of like magnitude and responsibility has been or pan be safely conducted at less expense. 5. The assertion that the Ami let actually paid in losses is too Small in comparison with the amount collected in premiums is equally unfounded. The Premium receipts of the Mutual Benefit to the Date of its lost published statement had been $81,850,076 80, and it had paid in losses $28,463,449 81. On this Bare statement no argument could to Well founded for there was also returned to the members during the same period $25,255,651 80 in dividends $8,076,182 73in Sui it Render values and the assets at the same time at Market value amounted to $35,311,626 67, for Tho future uses of its members. If these various items which have been actually paid to members and which Are held for them be added together the amount is $97,111,911 11, being an excess of the total Premium receipts of $15,261,834 81, which is accounted for by the fact that the company has realized interest on its investments to an extent which exceeds its total expense of management of every kind and its taxes by the sum of fifteen million dollars. Therefore instead of having returned Only Twenty eight millions it has in reality returned to its members Over sixty one millions out of eighty one millions collected and has Over thirty five millions remaining. 6the assertion that numerous life insurance companies have failed is unfortunately True and is about the Only one of consequence in the article which is True. There have been a Large number of failures of life insurance companies Aud in argument it is fair to state the fact but it is not fair to state it and not Tell the whole truth. While the number has been Large the amount of assets and liabilities represented is Small in the extreme. It has been estimated that the real loss sustained to the country by these failures has been less than one per cent of the entire amount collected by american companies but such loss As there has been was occasioned by High expense of management probably on the average four times As great As that of the Mutual benefits and by a reckless seeking after risks such As never characterized any Well managed company. It is a fact that the record of life companies at Large in regard to failures has been More favourable than that of any other business. The minor Points of the article Are quite As faulty As those which have been considered. It positively asserts that the amount which has been returned in dividends is Small in comparison with the Premium receipts. This we did not believe for we have numerous old policies on which to have received very Large dividends. We asked for the record of one of the original thousand policies and of talked the facts in regard to no. 151. It was issued in 1845, for $2,000, at an annual Premium of $50. To Date it has received in dividends $988 18, which h is fifty two per cent of the premiums. The dividend of 1880 was $44 84, or ninety per cent of the Premium. We assert that this was a Large return of dividends and we do not believe any agent in the country would care to make Auy More favourable representation than is found to issued in 1845 and 1846 and from one of the have been True in Tho Case of this policy. But if 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 the commissioners met in regular session yesterday president Zumstein in the chair and All the members present. The following communication was received and referred and Laid Over till wednesday next to the Board of comity commissioners the following propositions for completing the consolidation of series nos. 1 and 2 of the general nation. Indexes to Hamilton county real estate Are respectfully submitted for your consideration. Firstly i will superintend the work and give it the time and attention necessary to its proper and Correct execution for a consideration of $5 per Day during the Tidie required to Complete the same the commissioners to it Irnie me six Good men to do said work. Secondly i will Complete said indexes furnishing the necessary labor find skill for doing the same in a careful and expeditious manner for f3,500, the stationery to be furnished and the i Diug done by the commissioners. I am ready to close a contract under either of the foregoing propositions and to guarantee that the work shall be completed within a reasonable time. Very respectfully Geo. 0. Deckebach county recorder. The following was received and filed Board of commissioners i would respectfully Call your attention to the great inconvenience we Are subjected to during the dark weather from the want of Light and ask that you will furnish us with either chandeliers or Gas brackets for the Center of the office. It is not Only a necessity to us hut it will he of great convenience to the Public. L. A. Staley county treasurer. A. Mortgage recorded. The following were left with county recorder Deckebach yesterday William Neh Neyer and wife to Central building association of Cincinnati $1,500. Katherina Gleeman it Al. Amp a Germania building association no. 3 $3,50. Frank Hettesheimer and wife to Greige Lodge no. 23, a. $1,125. Martin Frye and wife to Browne Street building association no. 2, of Cincinnati $4,000. Lorenz Wolf and wife to George h. Willing $1,200. Jacob Bauer jr., and wife to Camp Washington building association no. 1 $500. Data Meyers and wife to Thomas Carroll $250, f. Perry Carter and wife to Theodore Kemper of Cincinnati $1,000. James h. Harper and wife to James Baxter of Warren county $2,000. James Morris and wife to d. Buchanan $275. 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 50 50 50 Riley. Shiels stacey�?1l quails All right in Indiana. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Vincennes january 21.�?during the past week Sotir correspondent has interviewed All of our prominent sportsmen and a number of banners in regard to the effect the extreme cold weather has produced upon the quails in this Vicinity. With the exception of one Farmers George Elliott who resides a few Miles North of this City they All report the quails uninjured by the wintry blasts. Or. Elliott however states that during the past week he has picked up several dead Birds upon his farm but he is the Only Farmer found who reports dead Birds. This morning your correspondent repaired to the jewelry House of or. Perry Tindolph who is our leading sportsman and authority on such matters and inquired of him the condition of the Birds during the cold spell and he replied a i am convinced that the quails in this Vicinity Are As yet unharmed by the Winter. I. Of course am deeply interested in the matter and since the cold spell set in i have taken frequent visits to different parts of the county for the purpose of satisfying myself upon the subject. During All my visits i did not find a dead Bird but i encountered any Quantity of coves that were in an excellent condition. Next season in my opinion we will have a greater abundance of first class Birds Thau was Ever known in this Vicinity and i anxiously await the expiration of the game Law in this a few Days ago or. Tindolph received from the South thirteen pairs of quails which he placed in the second Story of Hie business Bouse and your correspondent being invited to examine them found that they were plump handsome quails which were exec Lieut for Breeding purposes. Yesterday the Bird were let Loose upon the Stock farm of Wiley Tindolph a brother to the sportsman and from the thirteen pair or. produce a sufficient number to insure a seasons splendid shooting. _ verdict in a snit for damage. Special to the Cincinnati commercial Urbana o., january 21.�?at the last term of court w. Weaver and w. A. Mosgrove two prominent Young men were convicted and heavily fined for assaulting to kill a. P. Rhorer a prominent River Fanner last summer. At the time of the assault Rhorer brought another suit against them jointly for $20.000 damages. The Case was tried yesterday and to Day before judge War Nock and attracted great attention. To night the jury after six hours deliberation rendered a verdict giving Rhorer $135 against Weaver and mos Grove. Presidential pardons. New York january 21.�?daniel Sullivan and Patrick Quain prisoners in the Albany Penitentiary were pardoned yesterday by president Hayes. Sullivan was sentenced on april 5, 1880, to sixteen months imprisonment for operating an illicit distillery. Quain a Sailor was a nagged with smuggling. Headache languor and melancholy generally Spring from a disordered stomach Cost Veness or atom jul liver. Each May readily be removed by or. Daynes Santive pills a few doses of which will be Jound to stimulate the liver and stomach to healthy action remove All bilious Ness and produce regular evacuations of the bowels. Oldest records at command. The facts Are As follows there have been paid As death claims 258 Polk cies. There Are now in Force 160 policies. There have been surrendered or have lapsed 582 policies. Answering the Points of the article in the order Given we find 1. The average existence of these policies to Date has been 13.71 years. If Only a reasonable estimate be As to the existence of the remaining 160 policies yet in Force the average duration will not be less than fifteen years instead of seven As stated in the article. 2. There have been paid As death claims 258 policies or More than one in four hut 160 a till remain in Force and these Are on of people now advanced in years. During the past year Only one of the original thousand was surrendered and this for an equitable Cash surrender value Aud All probability fully four Hundred of the original thousand will be paid in death claims which is one for every Tico and one half instead of one in ten As was claimed in the article. It is believed that any thousand policies issued at any time Dur j feed ing the history of the company named will in the show As favourable results. These facts completely answer the first two Points and demonstrate the careless recklessness of the writer. They also prove a fair average existence of policies and that a Large proportion Are paid As death claims. 3. The charge that Large amounts Are by confiscation of reserves fares no better on Exami-1 it is True that 582 policies have been terminated otherwise than by death but in nearly every Case an equitable value was allowed either in Cush paid up insurance or by the cancellation of Premium Loans. In its treatment of its members the company has certainly been Liberal in the extreme. It has Ever been the practice of the company to Deal justly with its members under All circumstances and to give to each insurer the full value of his payments whether remaining a member or not. The present practice is to give the entire value of every policy whether asked for or not every policy now issued containing a clause guaranteeing that the insured if he stops payment shall receive the full Reserve value of his policy in either of two ways at his option 1 by continuing the full amount insured by his policy for such additional term As the value will pay for or 2 by a paid up Polley for such amount As the Reserve will Purchase. The value is computed by the highest standard�?viz., the american table of mortality with interest at four per cent. There is no Chance for the insured to lose by not applying for the value because it will be Given him if he does not ask for it. It is also the custom of the company to pay a Liberal Cash surrender value from seventy to one Hundred per cent of the Reserve whenever Good reasons Are Given for asking it. All of these principles Are applied to All policies old As Well As new without reference to the Date of Issue. From the facts obtained from this company we find that it is not True that Large amounts Are confiscated from surrendered policies for it takes nothing which belongs to the insured nor will its contracts allow it to take anything. 4. In regard to the Point that too Large salaries Are paid in conducting the business it is Only necessary to state the facts. the last report of the company which is accessible to every one it the entire premiums which have been received be compared with the dividends which have been paid out previously Sta edit will be found that Over Thor to one per cent has been returned. This includes the premiums on All policies old As Well As new. And whether continued in Force for a Long or Short period. The company May truthfully say that in its management there is nothing hidden. In each succeeding year the annual statement of the company gives its Complete history telling minutely what the receipts have been what has been paid in losses in dividends to surrender values and giving the various items of expense while the balance Sheet shows the amount of assets arid of what they Are composed. It should be a matter of Pride to the managers that the entire expense of the management during its whole history including the tax imposed by the various 8tatea. Has averaged less than ten per cent of the receipt. It is easily susceptible of proof that no other business of like magnitude has been so economically managed. The company does not claim any particular glory for this but it is willing at at All times to meet any criticisms which May be of As to its business practice or As to results attained. With nothing to conceal it offers insurance to the Publio wit i a Complete statement of facts As to its management and with full Assurance to its members that every Dollar will be used in an equitable Way for the Benefit of the entire membership. A the members of a Mutual company Are always its existing policy holders. If any of them wish to retire for reasons of their own they should be Al Lowed to leave on just principles. If new members wish to join it should be in the same Way and we know that this is the course which has always been pursued by this company. A with those who know life insurance it is not on the defensive. Its merits Are understood by the Best business men of the country. The records of the old companies clearly show that it is among old policy holders and their families that insurance is most readily secured. The men who have built up the various great cities of the country and who have done most toward developing its vast interests Are also the men who have insurance on their lives and who Are daily taking More. For More than a third of a Century they have tried it and have not found it wanting. Or. Jones and his custom res. Brooklyn Jones distinguished As a a fewer of Beer died in the City of new York yesterday leaving property valued at $10,000,000. It is Safe to say that no Man Ever $10,000,-000 by drinking Beer. The steamship great Eastern launched in november 1857, has it is said Cost to Date $25,000.-000, and has not paid one Quarter of that sum to her owners Aud she has gained such a name for ill Luck that sailors refuse to ship in her. The Only / paying scheme she was Ever in was the laying of the Atlantic Cable in 1864. Brunei her planner is Long since dead. Winchester a will cure consumption coughs weak lungs bronchitis and general debility. Established 21 years. In premature loss of the hair May be entirely prevented by the use of burnetts cocaine. Housekeepers should insist upon obtaining Burnetta Flavouring extract they Are the Best. 4 ja9-4w,.tu, medical preparation. Trade Mark registered. Kid Negen is highly recommended and unsurpassed for weak or foul Ltd keys drop by Brights a di8eahe, log a of Energy nervous debility or any obstructions arising from kidney or bladder did eat a a. Also for blood and kidney poisoning in infected Malar no sections. _ _ in by the distillation of a Forest Leaf with Juniper berries and Barley malt we have discovered kid Negen which acts specifically on the kidneys and urinary organs removing deposits in the bladder and Auy straining smarting heat or irritation in the water passages giving them strength vigor Aud causing a healthy color Aud easy flow of urine. It can be taken at a times in Al Clin tates without of injury to the system. Unlike any other preparation for Kinder difficulties it has a very pleasant and agreeable taste and flavor. It a obtains positive diuretic properties and will not nauseated. Ladies especially will like it and gentlemen will find kid Negen the Best kidney tonic Ever used amt it each bottle bears the signature of Lawrence it pc Martin also a proprietary 1 1 i ii in he government stamp which permits kid Negen to be sold without License by v Quot of a druggists grocers and other persons everywhere. Put up in quart size bottles for general and family use. If not found at your druggists or grocers we will Send a bottle prepaid to the nearest express office to Yon. Lawrence amp Martin proprietors Chicago Illinois. Wholesale agents in Cincinnati John d. Park sons and j. Warren a co., who will furnish the Trade at manufacturers prices. Oel9-i04t-tn.,sa28n headache pills. Mett aurs headache pills or. a headache pills cure most wonderfully in a very Short Tiro both sick and nervous headache and while acting on the nervous system cleanse the stomach of excess of bile producing a regular healthy action of the Bowel. A full size Box of these valuable pulls with full directions for a com Piete cur mailed to any address on receipt of nine three cent Post amp go tamps. For Sale by All druggists at 95c. Sole proprietors Brown chemical company Baltimore my. Ja5--w, next r m any p

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