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Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 15, 1882, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati weekly tivies. Thursday june 16, 1883. Mabel a revenge. A will a a a Aid a squirt in Dormody to his he la a i ton Ojie morning As they were a aled at us a breakfast table a some one has been in that Girhard again mid broken the limbs of three of my Elmie est a tartlets and i want it the a Squire s Mke Verv decidedly is he quot landed at the in newly heir n handsome Young Man of Twenty two for the a Squire was very angry at this moment ber use of the depredation of some unknown Young miscreant among the fruit which lie valued to highly. In be done tny Best father a replied the son quot to catch them at it but 1 ran never find any a me near the Orchard. If a mystery to me where they come from unless its dim Hin self who a Loeb tin dim was the hired Man living in a tenement House on the place but the a squirt did not think be would have the temerity to steal Bis fruit and Damn quot a his pet Trees for he had More than mice known to his sorrow what it was to offend ids employer. So he gave an impatient sniff and bade his son keep his Oyes open and catch the real offender adding that if lie caught him he was to give him a severe flogging. A if s some of those Young from town that arc shooting All my squirrels and they deserve to be hanged a said he. Late in the afternoon of this Sanie Day As the heir w As walking near the Orchard apparently oblivious of everything hut the Beauty of the Distant Landsea to his attention was suddenly arrested by a racking of the limbs near the Edge of theorem Frfd. And with a single bound he was Over the Fence and directly under the tree w hence the sound came. Looking up into the branches he discovered what enned him to hesitate with Surprise and perhaps another sentiment. A Young girl of about sixteen Black haired Block eyes sparkling wit it the excitement of mischief Ana fear combined sat on a Large limb of the tree grasping a smaller limb al Ove her Lead and evidently enjoying the Squires Choice fruit to the Best of her ability. She was barefooted and Bare headed and looked a veritable Little Gypsy. Lint will had Ilieen told by his father that the thief was to be summarily dealt w Ith and such Blind obedience had the father exacted of his son that he never once thought there were any extenuating circumstances which w Ould excuse him. The a Squires word to his son was his Law and sooner than disobey him lie would have undergone any frightful ordeal. So choking Down tin sentiment the bewitching picture had momentarily aroused in iii heart lie ordered the offender to descend. Still defiant the picturesque Orchard Yobbo Slid deftly Down from her Perch when her captor seized her firmly by the Arm. A sly father said i was to flog a thief.�?T, said lie. A a in a not a thief and you dare not flog me a. Ami the pretty face flushed with Auger. A but i caught you in the act of stealing my father s fruit and 1 must punish you. What a your name and w hat made Vou break the limb of those Pear Trees a a glance of scorn was her ouly reply. A will you answer me or not a he continued and thou angered by her persistent silence and looks of Defiance aided by the recollection of parental commands he struck her a Light blow across the shoulders. The Graceful form quivered As the switch fell but it was with Pride not pain since tie stroke could not have Hurt a Fly. The Black Eves flashed lightning As she wrested herself from his grasp. �?o1 hate you. You mean Coward a she Gay Imd. A a in la make Yon repent that a sure As you live a and As she ran sobbing out into the Road will Felt that her prophecy had been fulfilled with the uttering. A a year passed. Our Young Avenger of his fathers stolen fruit had joined a try. One Bright october morning Lora Hunting expedition. They had gone to cat Island a Large swampy Island situated near the head of Hemlock Lake. Which bordered the j or Motly estate. Now the Days sport was done and they were returning Home. As they neared the Center of the treacherous Little body of water a sudden Squall arose and striking the sail with full Force before they had time to shill it their lxi at was upset. Two of the Young men were fortunate enough to grasp the gunwale of the bout where they Clung but the remaining three a being separated from it by the Force of the fall and excellent swimmers Rani re boldly for the Shore a distance of half a mile one. Two. Forms emerged from tiie Waters of the Lake and stood in Safet y on its Shore w Matching the form of quot the third who seemed Tobe suffering from some injury received by the upsetting of the boat and making but slow Progress being still Over a Quarter of a mile away. Suddenly a cry of horror broke Horn their dips As they saw will throw up his hands and go Down. A stripping off part of their clothing that their actions might be let a impeded they plunged again into the Waters of the Lake and struck out in the direction cd their drowning companion. At this moment a Young girl a wild faced Gypsy like Maiden. Rushed from u Fisherman s hut near the Beach and. Without any ado plunged into the water and a of Mineno cd the race with her two male rivals for the Rescue of the drowning Man. Her lib had been spent on tie water and in its bosom and she soon proved herself More than a match for her competitors. She reached the spot where the voting Man went Down just in time to see a tuft of hair floating on the surface. Seizing this firmly in her left baud she supported the sen Seles but Fly but almost superhuman exertions in me so a aug until the Arr irid of tie Lotker stood by his bedside and d rom hed telling him the Par two tardy swimmers Ami together they bore the drowning Man ashore. Will Dormody was lying in a weak Eoff Viliott in ins bed. Recovering from a severe fever which Hail resulted from ids recent mishap of a a Rii was not without flu greatest exertion on the part of the physicians Taftt to was restored to Riim fou Anest Ami life. Ilis ii i had just Tirol Ftp of his Rearan quot it was Mabel we Delork a Fisherman a daughter who rest Ned you at the risk of her life and thinking you might w ish to thank her said mrs. Denti Ody with a smile a i have sent for her to come to the House Ami she is waiting in the sitting room at this moment. A it >1�, Mother Pray do not keep me a moment from thanking this Angel of the wave for saving my worthless life for a he Stop cd in Surprise As the door of Ned and he beheld the Bright Gypsy face us Graceful form of the girl w to stole the a Squire fruit. A Mabel. Mabel can you Ever forgive to a lie Bogan Flushing with the recollection and re hit acc of the episode in the Orchard. Ashi Mother stole from the room the Young girl a ame quickly to his id and with a face from w hich All the Wildi ies and Defiance Ltd Flat a placed a soft Brown hand Over i Pale lip and asked him if she did not Promise to make him reboot the blow to struck her. Will kissed the Little hand and retained it in i own and glanced a rain with deep admiration at the pretty face of Mabel but this time lie had no command from the a Squire which forbade the admiration. Of course after this his recovery was very rapid and a few Day thereafter be might have been seen with a Beautiful Gypsy faced girl wandering through i fathers Orchard for he had gone to the hut for her Aud demanded her assistance in despoiling that choleric old gentleman of i fruit. Mrs. Nellie Young. Death of a lady w lio pm my oks Kral w as1iin�t�>n. New York Llo Shl. J a remarkable woman Lias just died at hic Hmoud a. She was Kir haps the last living human being who had seen and talked with Washington notwithstanding the number of straggling pretender who occasionally Alicar before the Public As claimant for this Honor. Mrs. Young the a Era ii to whom reference is made was the last surviving child of general Washington Steward Anderson the honest and fugal Scotchman who for so Many years had control of his Domestic affairs at mount Vernon. Her Maiden sister. Miss Nellie Anderson died in Richmond More than fifteen years ago at the advanced age of ninety five and now the venerable survivor departs this life after having lived exactly the same length of time. She was born at mount Vernon in 1787. For More than sixty year he had resided in Richmond respected by Tho entire Community and beloved by All Whoso privilege it a to enjoy her immediate acquaintance. Remarkable for strength of body As Well As vigor of mind she Hail perfectly retained until within the past few a lays recollection of the Early part of hot a life at the Home of Washington. To All who conversed with her on this subject Ami its interesting associations she gave without ostentation satisfactory replies. To great dignity of bearing so United that True modesty so characteristic of the real woman. A she died As he had lived a devout Christian. Or. Youn pleasure in i always took great Welling upon the Good a Ness and uniform kindness of general and mrs Worhington to All connected with to Weir establishment. It must be remembered that at that time the rela my i ,. Tivo social positions of deem fonts do l a a quot Merthy an i Grot projuirtor., wore More forgiving disposition since we first met him As the look which he cast on them was decidedly one of approval. A time went on. Will and Mabel being so constantly together despite their different social state discovered that they were in love and so very naturally he asked her to become his wife to which she res Hgt and cd i by a kiss Ami a Small word of three letter and tar Deri Nody mansion had Ifor it mistress in after years a Beautiful Young woman who bail first been caught in the a it of plundering it Orchard. Flies that Cut drunk. The tipping habits of insects in Riitta Delphiia. Philadelphia record a them Are Flics is old towers even one of Mem a said a Dock Street Beer drawer As he handed Over a Glass of the foaming beverage to a thirsty reporter every newspaper office has a thirsty yes they Are to it ers a he spoke up As he Drew the reporters attention to a swarm of flies that wore regaling themselves in a trough from the drippings of a spigot a now. What i Tell you is the truth them or Flics drink a pint of Beer every Day and then they go Aud sol it or up. A see unit not thug Over that picture Well the flies come Down and fill up then they shut one Eye like a <1 run Ken fellow going for a lamp Post and Start for that netting. A sometimes they doubt make it and fall to the floor where they lie until they Nober up. Your laughing a put in the bar chemist. A i am not replied the reporter a i am taking it All a Well they stick their feet in the holes in that Mosquito netting and sort o tangle their legs around it. You see Thuv feel strongly contrasted. The aristocratic sentiment prevailed Aud about the a great House a As it was a a ailed a Inore than Ordinary sense of Awe presided. With this were connected the strictest rules of decorum against which it was More than treason to err. Notwithstanding this the children of Alt the adjoining household were free to go and a a Oine and mrs. Young and her sister often Ron died on the and through the Hall related his wanderings since leaving Home lie had gone Booth in is if and entered the Anne. At the conclusion of Hie War he drifted to Colorado where he had interest no himself in mining and had become wealthy. his no Glen t to Send a letter Home he explained that be had read in the papers of the death of his parents Ami had also the report substantiated by John finn a former resident of Dedham whom he met he had abandoned All Hope of Ever seeing or hearing from Bis folks. He at once took William with him to his mining Camp and it Orta if position eci cd a Check for $1,000. Gave him ills father an Smitas re Bonanza Mackey. Bill Asir Lucky ventures mrs. Mackay. Interview with Jerome Lei and in n. Y. Star a Pavc my boy those were Good old Days. They had their up and Downs and their excitable and monotonous moments but id give half my life to have them Back again. Now that you Hricak of Mackey i was alway at a loss to know where lie cate from originally. The newspapers have compelled him to be born in Many diff rent places and at various times but my opinion is that the Early life of the millionaire is known to very few. Mackey used to live in Nevada and married a miss Osgood who was a school teacher in a Small town or Village about sixteen Miles from Carson City. They were married in Virginia # a you knew him intimately during the Stormy Days and exciting mining expeditions did lie have much Money then a a if Mackey Hail $3,000 at that time that would size Bis pile but i done to think be bad anywhere near half that a what was be doing when you knew him find to working in the mines a a no when i first knew him and that was shortly after his appearance among the a Xis he used to speculate a great Deal on a very Small scale. He would buy Sumell quantities of mining stocks and was always looked upon a a sort of jobber but he was always regarded As a Jolly Good natured fellow who w Hile he looked porticos i olt Foy no. 1, never interfered with of the a i Era unnecessarily. At the time i stately mansion with the Chil of Jim f air was superintendent the fair faxes cur-1 California mine situated close of and lewites some a Iren Ulses whom were constant guests of general and mrs. Washington. Indeed she a told the writer that she and her sister were rarely permitted to retire from the presence of or. Washington before having received some Token of kindness in the Way of fruit cake and such like and that on no occasion did the general pass Thern without a kindly greeting. She took special pleasure in referring to an incident in Gbidi Washington a Stepson Young cus Lis and Rawlins one of his managers met with a sore discomfiture. The to o were indulging their favorite pastime of dancing and fld cd stiff being the dancer Ami Rawlins the tiddler when to their Surprise and dismay the general stepped suddenly upon the scene. We May Well imagine the effect of so August a presence at such a moment. The air of mount Vernon must have been conducive to longevity. Washington a favorite negro Hunter and body servant during the War. Will Lee lived to be More than a Hundred years old. Thomas Bishop his King wish servant who had been with Brau Dock in the same capacity on the continent and in America up to the time teacher and a go al one at that she had the advantage Over most All the men and women with whom she came in Contact a a about w Hatago might mrs. Mackey be now a a let Ine see mrs. Mackey must be about forty five fear of age i done to think she can he much Over a and the reigning by it Lle and heiress of Baris whose wealth is setting All the poor unfortunate title i Fortune so a it kers of the continent of Europe by the ears a �?o1 should say about Twenty five. Hold on put. Her a Lovon at Twenty two or two ity three. I done to want her to take a Steamer Ami conic Over Here to Wool my hair. It wont do to make her too old you a Good looking ? a from my standpoint of Beauty i should place her in the category of being a very Ordinary looking Young girl but very pleasant company. You can to Tell what they have made her by this time after such a thorough parisian course of training and the influence of the Bloom of youth you Here Tho festive Jerome laughed i moderately at his Little Joko t of the latter death and who at the dreadful a Lay of motion Gahala disengaged Washington from his staught worn and by hang Oil week upon the Back of another also uses out of 8lirvive<j to nearly the same length of Day and so do length old a father Jack a the african Fisherman whose duty it was to Supply the Tabic at mount Vernon with Tislim from the w Ater. Of the Potomac. A 11, in pretty Limber so Horbe a lifted him so a taint no trouble and they a 1 there until the bulge passe their Heads. That a so. Do you know in be got an idea some of those it Esky Flics go out Ami bring in their friends them flies drink a pint of Beer a Day that a Over a gallon a week. Now there a pretty near a million flip on that netting How much a Loeb it take to make each one tight Here a a slate a and the Beer Blinger Liander Lover to the reporter to figure tout. Just thou the clock struck 4, and about 10,0u�o of the towers started a for the Beer trough with a whirl to take a nip before supper. Some of them a rank Long and deep and then Lay upon their backs and kicked their legs vigorously. A romantic episode. A Long lost son Pound in the person of a quot wealthy Miner. Miss ande Ixon s new Baclit. In. Y. Tribune miss Mary Anderson s steam yacht the Galatea a a successfully launched at Mcge us inn a shipyard Pam Rapo n. May 31st. Several relatives and friends of the actress saw the launch. At 5 30 the signal was Given by the builder and the yacht was let Down the ways into the water. The engines were then opt Nch i and gracefully As a Swan the Galata a Sukhi off toward Staten Island. There were no ceremonies except that or. G Rifting Gol Den haired a laughter blanch�1 named the yacht on behalf of her sister who was absent. The Galatea is one of the prettiest bouts of her class. She is 52 Loet Long. 10 feet 6 inches beam. 3 feet draft. Her engines Are Twenty two horse Power compound condensing it is Cape Czetl that her rate of Speed will he sixteen Miles an hour. Advice to consumptive. On the appearance of the first symptoms As general debility loss of appetite pallor Chilly sensations followed by night sweats and rough prompt measures of Relief should o he taken t in sumption is so Romulous i ease a if the Lunes therefore use the great anti so Romulous or blood purifier and san migh restorer or. Pierces a Golden medical Superior to cod liver a it Ilas a nutritive Ami unsurpassed As a la a a a toral. For weak lungs spitting of by of a. And Kindred a Fleet ions it has Noel dual. Sold by druggists. For or. Pierre a treatise on consumption Send two Stamps. Worlds dispensary 31edieal association , new York. A purse of .$2,500 has la in raised at Tombstone. Arizona to pay Lor Indian Scalp at to Sigli no More dailies quot Ibi or. Pierces a favorite prescription a is a p amp and certain remedy for the pain ital tip orders Peulia to your sex. 15v All dm1. Is it v. Bott it to a romantic episode in every Day life a just come to Light in Dedham. John finn resides with his wife Ami a portion of his family in a neat cottage of which lie is the owner located on or near the bout dark line of Dedham and Boston. Here he a resided for for at least Twenty five years. He has Hall three sons one of whom John enlisted in the army during the a late unpleasant tue so and was killed. The other two sons were named Cornelius and William. Cornelius was a lad of about seventeen years at the outbreak of the War. He suddenly left town and his parents hearing nothing of his whereabouts concluded that he too had enlisted especially As during the War they read of one Cornelius finn attach ii to a new. York regiment being killed. A Fite family noun iii for him As sincerely As they did the death of John. Last september William went to Colorado to Settle hoping to better himself. While seated in a room in the Western portion of the state one afternoon soon after his Arr Ivul there a Miner entered and announced to the company present that Cornelius finn had pet cd a new mine. William taken Aback somewhat by the Nairn said that lie Lital Lead a brother once whose name was Cornelius finn. To which the Miner responded by looking at the stranger and declaring that he resembled Cornelius Filin the Miner and might he his brother. A subsequently the Miner met Cornelius and informed him of his encounter with William. Cornelius became greatly agitated upon learning the name of the stranger and that he came from Dedham and immediately started Foi the town. The meeting was decidedly affecting. Cornelius at once recognized w Illiam As his brother although William being younger had not so Strong a recollection of Cornelius. Mutual explanations followed and Cornelius 0f i to the of plier mine in which Mackey Snez needed in purchasing a 300 foot claim. This was his first Start and Jim fair now senator from Nevada a and he joined fortunes. They came to a sail Francisco during the Winter and appeared to hold a kind of inter est with Footland of Brien in a Little drinking place called a the a bit a near the old Washington Market in san Francisco where the Hoys used to hang out a rather a curious name. Why was it called tie bit a a none of the boys Hall a great Deal of Money then Ancl we reckoned what stray Cash we bad in we All liked our toddy of Conree and the Ltd a it est place if the stuff did no to kill at a thousand Yards was the most frequented. At the bit we got our Jersey lightning for a shilling while the other places charged two bits or Twenty five cents for probably worse stuff. In addition to this at the bit they set a first rate free lunch in fact it wus a dinner in itself and you might eat Ull you wanted and have no tear of being Tirril out or your Gormand izing abilities made tie subject of remark. Then it was a convenient place for die boys to talk Over the mines and their a did tend bar in those Days a a ooh that. All moods Lihue. It May make the surrounding a Little More romantic but there no truth in it. You forget the fact Young fellow that a school marm in those Days a a a How was it that Mackey was so eminently successful in comparison to others a a fall that Stile rub my boy. Wheels within wheels you know. Ill Tell you Jim fair took a sort of liking to Mackey and gave him the tips As to what stocks to dabble in. Things were different then. Why a share in a mine then covered a foot of ground and Only to to $3 to $3 50 a share. You would hardly a credit it. Hut it is a fact that inside of three or four years there was an increase of $fi,700 on his Stock a share. Why. I remember one time when inside of three months they ran up to $2.700 a share. Encouraged by their Success Mackey fair flood and o Brien got into the consolidated Virginia which adjoined their other mine anti to use a California phrase a Frozen the outsiders out by putting on assessments until they got full control As soon As this was accomplished they began to Mill the Ore Ami got out from $1.500,000 to $2.000,000 per month which divided among so few caused their wealth to accumulate very fast. Later on they a rot control of the Comstock lode we Wei so augmented their fortunes As to enable them to Start the Bank of Nevada in san Francisco with a capital of $10, 000,000, All of which was raised by the a there were some other schemes in which Mackey took the leading part were thei up a a yes there was another Bonanza which they succeeded in capturing at that time there a a big Field for operations in the water works of Virginia City. They first tit their Eye on it then their grip which they tightened and tightened and finally tie combination gobbled it up and realized the snug Little pile of $7,000, <300. Can you wonder that those men grew so suddenly Rich ? the fact nothing could withstand them Talent be Well 1 wont swear. It was simply a Well and thoroughly organized system of bulldozing. A you knew mrs. Mackey in those Days. What kind of a person was sin1 a a a very Plain modest pleasant and unassuming lady. She was very agree Ash and a capital and entertaining conversationalist. Being a school one of the key a to of . Tehama Tocsin a Young Man of raid Bluff cal., or esd himself As is there and on k Wager invited miss Emma Yoller to accompany him to an entertainment. The Young lady did not know that her est Ort was dressed in this ridiculous fashion until she reached the place of amusement. She was mortified and indignant at such treatment Aud when she Learned that he had re que std her company Only to win a bet she became morbid and excited and seemed to dwell so heavily upon what she considered a disgrace that her mind became disorganized and she refused All sust enam a and a offered the most intense mental agony and died. V r Row Cuil i to m death. William j. Coughlin of Somerville mam., Saya in the fall it of 17� i was taken with bleeding of tie lung followed by a severe cough. I lost Ziy appetite and flesh and we confined to my bed. In 1s77 t was admitted to the Hospital. Tie Dik tors said 1 Hada Hole in my Long of big As a half Dollar. At one time a re a Ort went around that i was dead. I gave up Hope but a Friend told me of do. William Hali a Balsam for the Longs. I got a it Ottar. When to my to reprise. I comm need to Teel better and to Day i feel better than for three years Paet. I write this hoping every one afflicted with diseased lungs will take bit. William Vialis it a a Sam Aud be convinced that consumption can tie cured. I ran positively say it has done More Tuliau All the other Modicue i have taken since my sickness. Tie train Vitorino of Fame. Chicago Advance the glory of Man is a fading Flower. A pastor in Massachusetts having moved away declined for a number of years to take a letter of a Dis Mission to another Church. The present pastor lately from a presbyterian pulpit in Reading Over a list of Absentee at a meeting for business astonished the Church by the question a who is this does anybody know any tiling about him or where he has gone a to our lady headers. When an article has go ecu satisfaction for Over thirty five years we Are ju8tifl cd in Retro Memling it. Huch is the Case with or. Tobias venetian liniment. By a few indications of it pimples blotches and eruptions of All kind Are removed. It turns Gray hair to its natural color it improves the complexion and it is perfectly ii Antless. It also never fails to cure croup cholera diarrhoea dysentery and All stomach complaints. We Are sure no family ill let a w without a bottle after once trying it. All our druggists keep it. Older than the Constitution. In choir n. A topic Adam heftier lives about ten Miles from Lenoir in Loveland township. His age As fully authenticated by tie old family records is 116 years. Or. Hefner is probably tie oldest Man on the continent. His mind is still Bright Anil he can relate incident that came under his own observation More than 100 years ago. Indigestion dyspepsia nervous prostration and All forms of general debility relieved by taking Mensman a pet ionized beef tonic the Only preparation of Beci containing its entire nutritious properties it is not a Mere stimulant like the extracts of beef but Iro titans blood making Force generating and life sustaining properties is invaluable in All enfeebled conditions whether the result of exhaustion nervous prostration overwork or acute disease particularly if reuniting from pulmonary complaints Caswell Hazard a co proprietors new York. Sold by druggists. 2 Dziut Brown s Iron bitters. Of my Back that a a common expression and has a world of meaning. How much suffering is summed up in it. The singular thing abour it is that pain in the Back is occasioned by so Many things. May be caused by kidney disease liver complaint consumption cold rheumatism dyspepsia overwork nervous debility amp a. Whatever the cause done to neglect it something is wrong and needs prompt attention. No Medicine has yet been discovered that will so quickly and surely cure such diseases As Browne a Iron bitters and it does this by commencing at the foundation and making the blood pure and Rich. Log Rasport ind. Dec. Tits. A for t6ng time i have been a sufferer from stomach and kidney disease. My appetite was very poor and the very Small amount i did eat disagreed with As. I was annoyed a very much from non retention of urine. I tried Many remedies with no Success until 1 used Browne a Iron bitters. Sine i used that my it Pasach does not bother my any. Ify appetite is simply immense. My kidney trouble is no snore and my general health is such that i fed like a new Man. After the use of Browne a Iron bitters for one month i have gained Twenty pounds in weight x b. Satin i leading physicians and clergymen use and recommend Browne a Iron bitters. It has cured others suffering As you Are and it will cure Vou. Rupture. Rupture cured without an operation or the injury Trudnos inflict by or. J. A. Sherman a method. Office 251 Broadway new York. His Book with photograph i Ike a Esse of bad Knees before and after cure mailed for 10 cts. T h u in a k m a Cir red. B�m�k25tents. Ivl i 1 lir Jisuo it vacs or thu asks trial free. Triumph truss co., of South a it st.,. Solo Law kidney wort. My j in a nov min Nhul it a to a in venetian t r it h nothing or. Was a a and but the j truth venetian Linnien has Goren Universal satisfaction since it Lias Lei introduced into the a noted state. After being tried by millions it Han Blu proclaimed a a Tain Dmit Koyck of the Sok. Thousand of physician Itee Ominell ii As an external remedy la i Asesor car oui rheumatism headache Toothache Mosquito rites cute bruises sprains old bores i alus in tie limbs Burk and Chest pimples blotches. Freckles Motif lined joints Ami contracted Muscles. Its wonder Rel Carat Lek Powis Are Mir a . Taken internally in cases of dysentery Dis Rhes sea sickness. Cholera croup. Colic a Rumps and sick headache it soothing and penetrating qualities Are immediately Felt. It is perfectly innocent to take internally. Read the certificates. Warrant ii for he Loary and never failed. No one once trying it will be without it Over 800 physicians use it. Thousand of have been received and a few Are Given below will be paid ii any one is false. Croup children a lives saved Haverstraw. H. Y. This is to certify that i have used for ten years or. Tobiah venetian liniment and during that time 1 have not paid 8 for Dorton Hal. Have used it of a or pains and aclies dysentery Soro throats cuts and Burn Ami by its use have saved several children a liven when attacked by croup. To the Public Isay ouly try it and you will find its value. J John t. Roberts. Two Rivers Morrison county. Minn. Many years ago i received a severe injury by a heavy blow upon the Buck. I tried Many things without Auy Relief and was advised Louse your venetian liniment. It Complete cure. Made a Mot Stephen Wilson. _ Macon a. I was Laid up with chronic rheumatism for near four Mouths Aud used various remedies Wii tout any Good. One five ounce bottle of venetian liniment cured me and 1 do most sincerely recommend it for the rheumatism. K. D. Coleman. To the ladles. Pimples and blotches immediately eradicated by or. Tobias venetian liniment. It also restores Gray hair to its natural color. Warranted perfectly harmless. It improves the complexion. From tiie Rev. L p. Feriol. New York september a idol a Short time ago or. Tobias medicines were brought to my notice. 1 wan suffering from an affection of the Throat. I Fried outwardly his venetian Limm knt a nil took occasion ail k life syrup in of attire 1 will not to during tie Day his Pulmonic made s perfect to cure without this Medicine. I outwardly in which p. Fe1gl, d. D. Flint horsemen want. A Good Hekli Hokk and condition Powekk. Such Are to be found in or. Tobias horse liniment in pint bottle and Derby condition powders. From col. D. Mcdaniel owner of Horae of the fastest running horses in the world. Jerome Park june 1. Kids is to certify that 1 svs used or. Tobias venetian horse liniment and a Derby condition powders on my race horses and foil us diem to give perfect satisfaction. In fact they have never failed to cure any ailment for which they were used the liniment when rubbed in by the hand never blisters or takes i he hair off it has More penetrating qualities than Auy other i have tried which j suppose is the great secret Ltd its Success in curing sprains. The ingredients front which the Derby powders Are made have been made known to me by or. Tobias. They Are perfectly harmless. D. Mcdanlel. The family i ulment is Xiv and 50c. The horse �?�0 cents in pint bottles the Derby powders 25c a Box. Sold by All druggists. Depot 42 Murray a Street new York. Health medicinal. Is. Wealth or. E. C. Wet a Xor i and brain treatment. A specific for hysteria. I al new a. Coo Vul Slons. Nervous headache. Mental depression. Las of me Norv impotency involuntary emissions. Premature old aae. Caused by a or exertion. Selt those. Or Over and Claence which Lead to most by. Decay and death. One Box will curs Rio edit cases. Each Box contains on month s treatment. Oue Dollar a Box. Or six boxes for five dollars sent by mail prepaid of receipt of Price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any Case. With each order received by us for sex boxes accompanied by five dollars we will Send the purchaser our written Konra tee to return the Money if the treatment Doe not effects cure. Guarantee issued by John c. West a to. Atli res John d. Park i sons sole agents Ohio. Tji c lung renovator. l11ig reiqvati1 Fob rheumatism neuralgia sciatica Lumbago backache soreness of Tho Chest gout Quincy Soro Throat swellings and sprains Burns and scalds Genera bodily pains tooth bar and headache frosted feet and ears and All other pains and aches. Is preparation on Earth equals st. Jacobs Ott u a afr sure Tuple and a Heap external a Medy a trial entail but the comparatively tip fling outlay of �0 cents and every one suffering a the pan can have cheap and positive proof of ita claim. Directions in eleven language. Sold by All and dealers in Medicine. A. Vogeler amp co., jilt ignore mm., v. 8. Al Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound. In a positive Cara or a Tom pals lil it bail lat us we dmm a i Didi for Yomia. In vented Fly a woman. Prepared by a woman. The Fleettee Mai by very Mae in in of Leey. Do to revives the drooping spirits Tanvi Gorham and Harmony a the organic function give elasticity and fir Draneas to the atop restarts the natural Lustra to the be and Planta on the Pale Cheek of woman the fresh Rosea of Lifa a Spring and Andrly Gammer Tima. Of quot physician us it and prescribe it freely a a a it Renton a Fri Ataee flatulence destroys nil craving for stimulant and relieves weakness of Tbs stomach. That feeling of bearing Down causing pain weight and backache is always permanently cured by its usa. For the cure of kidney complaints of either is Ahia composed to Masar passed. Lydia c. Pink Amhi blood purifier will eradicate every a Pettge of Kumor Frens to blood and rive tone nod sir Earth to the system of Man woman or insist on Haring u. Both the a compound and blood purifier Are prepared at 233 and 236 wet torn Avenue Lynn mas. Price of either go 8ix bottles for a a sent by mail in the form of pills or of Losangel on receipt of Price $1 per Box for either. Mrs. Pinkham freely answer All letters of inquiry. Enclose set stamp. Send for pamphlet. No family should a without Lydia k. Pynx Wajts ills. They and Torpi Dity of the Livor. Live a Pili a. The a lds hold by All euro constipation bilious Ness to outs per Box. 0 a new discovery Worth tie time of All. It does Excel All other remedies to heal build up the system and purify the Blooml. It today stands Unez baled. It has cured thousands of True consumption. Everybody should know of it Healing Power. Inquire for or. Iordanis lung renovator the great lung remedy. All first class druggist sell it. Trade supplied by All wholesale druggists Indianapolis ind. Richardson it co., st. Louis to. Fuller it Fuller Chicago 111. A Jas. M. Dodge Cincinnati Ohio. New advertisements. Popular monthly drawing of lao 43th= new Rich blood Parsons purgative pills a a a blood and will completely change the blood in the Cut ire sym a in three months. Any person who will take 1 Pill Cuch in Vohl from 1 to 1 2 weeks May lie restored to son my health if such s thins lie possible. Sold everywhere or a ent by mall for h letter Stamps. 1.8. Johnson 4 co., Boston mass., Brm City Llau Gor. Me. _ Myia Lur old Point Comfort Virgin a. Ii Geia Ilow a a ii situated 100 Sards from fort Monroe. Open nil the year. Kauai to buy hotel i the u. A. So i iii Din a unsurpassed Len tiling boating. Ashing and driving specially attractive. In re eni Lenth a re not for Southern and Western people. Terms 1>>�s Foreit al accommodations than resort in the noun try. Climate free front malaria and for insomnia till wonderful in i a soporific effect. 8end for circular describing hygienic Advani takes. Etc. Is blow Harrison la Toful a. It opt. A prize cd too 1 . Id tit City of Louisville Baa a Way been drawn 1iud.1y, june 30, 1882. These drawing have always or cursed monthly v sundays excepted it under provisions of an act of the general Assembly of Kentucky. Thiu it do 1en circuit court on March 31t, rendered the follow me decision 1st that ilic Commonwealth distribution company is Legal. 2d�?ita draw Inga or fair. N. has now on baud a Larga Reserva fund. 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