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1 Dec 1869

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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - December 1, 1869, Connersville, Indiana to Tari Jib tax a times local department. Wednesday december 1, 1869. We Are under Many obligations to a Young Friend in Washington for Many late copies of tie papers of that City. Foun wild turkeys were Yeeu near Bunker Fiill last week. Or. La i buy flak of Waterloo township died on saturday last. Kor Good shots and gaiters go to traits. Men s clothing cheaper Ian the cheapest at Burk amp son s. Tul december term of the commissioners court begins next monday. Cart. Iii gift and his Bride have returned from their wedding tour. Two sunshiny Days in spots last week were very acceptable. Good heavy overcoats at 87. At Wolfram s. Tenderloins Are Selling at the pork House for 121 cents per Pound. Fob a fashionable hat go to Fratts. A ski is of meetings arc being held in the E. Church this week. A big Stock of mens and boys boots at Pratta. School commenced in Bentonville District on the 22d nov. Last. Luuk in son have reduced the prices on overcoats. another Large Stock of goods just received at John Wolfram s. Adam Spivey an old resident near Fayetteville is dangerously ill. I. C. Wilkinson is buying and shipping poultry from Vienna to n. Y. Ehui Bikk Burk k son Are Selling furs cheaper than any person in town. Miss Gilcin kist died at her fati or 8 residence on saturday last. Birdie infant daughter of w. H and Amanda Broaddus died on sunday last. The finest assortment of underwear at John Wolfram s clothing Emporium. Me. T. Huston s residence near Bentonville has recently received a now coat of paint. The roof of Daniel Kline s barn fell in during the heavy Snow storm on . Overcoats and cassimere suits in Fine and heavy goods just received at Pratts. Be sure and Call on John Wolfram for collars cuffs neck ties and All fancy goods. Tua bad weather has put a period to the building of the Fayetteville and Fairview Turnpike. Miss Jet Nie Duke will begin to teach a select school to Day in one of the rooms in Huston Block. The times office enjoyed a treat of 8ome excellent cider on saturday last from or. W. T. Cook. Fair Ieav is enjoying a Good graded school under the direction of or. John Campbell. My. A. Hat on has raised some delicious Winter pears a Sample of which he left with us a few Days ago. Or. We. Div Orcas so far recovered As to a Able to make his appearance on the Street. The Young folks of Harrisburg and Vicinity on last Friday evening enjoyed a Fine party at or. Higham s. Justice Reese who was injured by the falling of a Timber at a raising not Long since has recovered. C. Ii. Stevens agent at Vienna has shipped on the Junction r. R. A within one week twelve cars of hogs. Several cases of smallpox Are reported on the Milton Pike about five Miles North of this City. Me. R. Durnan is finishing two ver neat cottages on the upper end of Central Avenue. Or. John Bates cider Mill at Harrisburg has turned out about one thousand barrels of cider this season. David Vansickle s store was entered on sunday night nov. 20th, by burglars and some fifty dollars Worth of goods stolen. The Mammoth Blower manufactured by messes. P. It. Amp f. M. Roots of this place Vas shipped to new York last week. m., Sou of Jonathan and Alice Jennings at their residence in Connersville on the 24th ult., aged 17 months. John Wolfram has just received a 3rie assortment of piece goods which a i a is prepared to convert into Coats limits and vests very cheap. arc engaged in erecting Stock pens at Bentonville to secure a Stock that May be taken there for shipping on the Calico Road. The neat sum of Twenty five per cent can be saved in Clear Cash by buying your dress goods clothing hats Caps boots and Sisoes at Pratts. Some of our Farmers apprehend a we arc under obligation to Hon. Geo. W. Julian for valuable Public documents. Or. J. C. Sivit who desires to raise a class in vocal music at this place will King with the sunday schools in tie second pres. Church and the E. Church on sunday next. In a certain school in this county the following question in geography was asked quot what is a sound quot a smart boy answered quot it is a great noise like Thunder when it cracks. The Grover amp Baker improved fam ill shuttle sewing machine is a Light i running machine containing Many improvements adapted for tailoring Vest making and for Light shoemaking As Well Cis for famil a Ewing. Large numbers of these machines Are in use and Thoy give Universal satisfaction. None who have seen this machine will willingly use the noisy and cumbrous lock stitch machines heretofore in general use. Call and see the machine at j. R. Emerick scentral Avenue four doors below fourth Street. The Farmers a to had try Iilo weather favourable for gathering Corn. R. G. Hedrick and family have returned to Connersville after a Short resident Cut in the country. J. R. Emerick has sewing machines which he will rent for family use giving the privilege to Purchase the machine at any time applying the rent paid towards the Purchase. I in John Wolfram has just received a Fine line of ready made clothing of latest styles. Call and see the Stock before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. A a it last sunday a afternoon about a dozen boys were enjoying a game of quot shinny quot in the court House Yard at the same time a sunday school convention was in session at the E. Church. Go to we. Moore s wholesale Candy manufactory. There you will find the largest and most Complete Stock of French and american candies Ever seen in this City. Call and see before purchasing elsewhere. Fok Good building lot in Connersville within two squares of the court House. A Good Well from a natural Spring is on the lot. In a tire at this office. Nov. 17. him Best factory jeans flannels Cassi Meres sat nets blankets and stocking yarn of Sam. Enart s manufacture can be found at Pratts. The Low prices Surprise everybody. Hinkley knitting machine. It has taken the first Premium Over All competitors. It contains All the elements required to produce a knitting machine that every family in the country wants and will buy Viz cheapness capacity simplicity and durability and is the Only practical machine adopted to family use. All that is required to Start the machine is to thread the Needle and turn the wheel. Its capacity for knitting is limited Only by the skill of the operator. Call and see for yourselves. M. Tryon Corner Eastern Avenue and sixth Street nov. 3. Or. And mrs. Prit Liard of Cambridge City recently celebrated the 60th anniversary of their wedding. Uliey have nine children thirty six grand children and Twenty five great grand children. The Rush is at Wolfram s. A grand entertainment will be Given at National Hall three nights of this week commencing on thursday night by miss Cora de Lamond the Only lady illusionist in the world assisted by prof. La Roche the wizard of the North. The Chillicothe advertiser speaking of miss de Lamond says this most illusion a wonder opened her miniature arabian night s entertainment at masonic Hall last evening to a Large and delighted audience of All Ages and sexes. If she be real she is certainly one of the most piquant vivacious and bewitching of her sex. Everybody was in the Best Folium or throughout the entertainment and a Large number went Home burdened with a wealth of presents of almost every size shape and color and ranging among the twenties and thirties of dollars in value. A card. Quot Honor to whom Honor a i have received from the insurance compan3 of North America of Philadelphia $3,393.67, the full amount of loss sustained b3 me by the fire of the 2r the nov. And covered by insurance in said com pan -. I am under Many obligations to the gentle Tenily adjusting agent of the company for the Courtesy extended me in settlement of the same. Also to agent e. F. Claypool for assisting rne in securing the same. This prompt payment is additional evidence of the Sterling integrity of that old Pioneer company. Adam Forepaugh. Council proce clings. At the Council meeting on monday a a Eai Lia ser. I it. 1 my us i to us i. A i of the South East Quarter of be Tiou 7, a a i Range 13 1 acre Aud perches�?$100. Charles Thoni Sou to Matilda a. Daily lot Leo. 8, 23 tto Dpi it in the town of Bentonville $550. John f. Adney to Thomas a quot. Bow ser lot is the town of Alquina too. Hiram Bani tar guardian to Ephraim Jeffrey East half of South a to to Quartz of Section 3, town 14, Rango 11 80 ��re��?$1.011. Samuel Hendery Oul to Gilbert True Jar of st half of South East Quarter of a a Clio s3, town 13, Range 13 so acres in Franklin county. Also part of North Oast Quarter of Recti of 4, town 12, Range 13 acres�?$4,70� the Cincinnati chronicle was badly hoaxes Over the fire at the fair grounds last week. We clip the following from that paper of last Friday which appeared in a conspicuous place and under numerous display lines some time during wednesday night an incendiary set a re to the the band Wagon and Canna of Forepaugh s menagerie which is in Winter quarters Ato onners Ville Lud. The a Ames spread so rapidly that it was impossible to Sare any of the contents Lif the building. The destroying elements soon spread also to the main build do and threatened to reduce the entire menagerie to ashes but owing to the energetic Effora of the employee the fire was put out before the Large building had sustained much damage. The superintendent fearing that the building would be burned gave instructions to have All the animals set at Liberty. Many of the most valuable were turned Looan in the fair ground which caused the sheep and cattle to Llee terror stricken from their companions. A Large Hon gave Chat a Aud several sheep fell Yeti iii to his Wrath but a Large Bill whoa dignity had heretofore caused All the smaller Berata to stand in Awe Ond recognize him As master of the promises see Ai late Connersville provision store. Sign of the key a boy Cor. 5th Ami a venue Conners , 1ndiana. Fast ska Watnes Huelon Robert of arks John s. Acid Jeptha Stelle William a. Kerr. A few evenings since some scoundrel stole a Fine Indian Blanket from the buggy of mrs. S. W. Parker. She had left the for a few moments in front of Imp. A Valley s. J. Nelson Huston desires to inform his old friends and customers that he is again at iii old stand and is prepared to furnish them with All kinds of gents clothing either ready made or to order. The Indianapolis journal last week advertised the letting of contracts for carrying the mails in this state from july 1870, to june 30, 1874. Proposals will be received by the Post office department at Washington until March 30, 1870. Or. W. J. Orr wishes to Purchase one Hundred head of mules two 3 ears old and upwards for which he will a the highest Market Price. He can be found at or. Long s liver stable or at Hie residence in this City. . George Kirk Well known As the Jolly Milkman fell from his Wagon while on his round one Day last week severely cutting his face and head and otherwise injuring him. The fall was caused by a sudden attack of heart disease. the residence of or. Thomas Burton in Connersville on wednesday nov. 24,1869, by Rev. J s. Tevis or. W. M. Simpson and mrs. Nannie a. Powell. At the residence of the Bride s Mother. In Connersville by Rev. J. H. Link or. Thomas Mcdaniels and miss Margaret a. Cookus. Joseph soul Moniker gave a splendid masquerade at his residence in Vienna a few nights since. Demi John Anderson and Sam Wahoo were chief managers. About Midnight the lights my Sto Rousky went out and a Stampede occurred under the the fearful deeds that followed have been kept awful a Union meeting of the presbyterian churches of this City will be held the coming Sabbath. In the morning in the first pres. Church Rev. A. Parker will give a resume of the proceedings of the general Assembly at Pittsburg. In the evening at the second pres. Church Rev. J. H. Link will preach a discourse on the judgement a. A caning affair. A few Days since. Rev. J. S. Tevis walked quietly into the store of w. J. Hankins and entered into a Converse tion with the proprietor which resulted in his being caned at the hands of or. Hankins. As the Parson is a Large Man while or. Hankins is rather Small it is a Little singular that he should submit to such an impudent trick but we Are informed that he submitted very quietly. The Cane used was one of Joseph Jefferson the renowned comedian on thursday evening of this week will appear in his greatest play rip Van Winkle or a sleep of Twenty years at the Academy of music Indianapolis. This is decidedly the finest stage play of the times Aud Jefferson is unequalled in its performance. A special train will leave the Junction depot at 3.40 p. M. And returning leave Indianapolis at 11.30 p. 31. Fare for the round trip �2�?admission to the play 81�?tickets for Sale at the Post office. All persons attending from a distance will have reserved seats. Thus for �3 a splendid Opportunity is offered to witness the greatest comedian of the Day in his Best play. Destructive fire. Last thursday morning about 3 o clock the Floral Hall at the fair grounds was discovered to be on fire. The flames spread so rapidly that the entire building and contents were consumed. Forepaugh s show is wintering in the fair grounds and Floral Hall was full of wagons and cages. The fair company lost the building Worth 8om<3 8300. Or. Forepaugh loses 12 cages 6 baggage wagons 5 buggies 1 Chariot 1 Canvas and the seat boards used at his exhibitions Worth in All about $20.000. On which there is an insurance of about 10,000. The fire was evidently the work of an incendiary As no fire had been in or near the building. A few Days ago a Man named Low Ery approached Young or. Walker son of a wealthy Farmer known Here As a hog John Walker quot who resides near Andersonville Indiana and asked him for Money. The Young Man refused and Lowery told him he would Burn his father s barn which he did two or three evenings later. The barn containing eleven horses together with Grain and farm implements was totally destroyed. The father and son tracked Lowery to Batesville Ripley count where they found him on the morning of the 24th ult., eating his breakfast. Young Walker Drew a i evolved Aud shot Lowery killing him instantly. They then went for the Coroner to hold an inquest after which they started for Rush county with the dead body. Pm a a the Connersville hog Market last week was quite Active. Prices reached the highest Point on wednesday when 10.25 avas paid for several prime lots averaging nearly four Hundred but at the close of the week prices drooped and the Market closed Dull at 9.50 to 810,00. Below to give some of the Best lots brought in last week Jacob Berger. 15 hogs averaging 331., 1 n 11 �11 ing that a new master was about to usurp his night last messes Wilson and Caldwell Hrone faced loudly about a ter mixed to were appointed to View the ground at the North end of Western Avenue with a View to grading and Graveling the same to the Railroad Bridge Over the canal. Two orders of 65,000 each in favor of Gaylard amp co. Cincinnati o. Payable in three months were drawn on the City Treasury. The mayor was authorized to sign the contract for Hose bought by the committee appointed for that Street lamps were ordered to be put up at the West end of 5th Street the West end of 7th Street the Corner of Central Avenue and 11th Street and the Corner of Eastern Avenue and 11th Street. A freight Bill of 831.46 presented by the Junction Road was allowed. Also a Bill of 86.75 for Revenue Stamps for sundry purposes. This old and Well established family grocery and Bakory Storo is still under operations end is been a ple wished and rest Tad with a never and Large a�5iwtn ont of a gs8h As a teas nuts coffees spices sugars Candioa canned fruits a Emons oranges Islo. The highest and Best Price paid foe counter pro Doe a and the a lowest pics 0ham8d Fok a docs. Oyster so Fresoli pickled and Cave Ico Cream soda water Lee for families strawberries and Cream in to Weir season. Kerr amp co. Quot Cociu Erville dec. 16, 18c3, tub l.i.ilge3t Stock of boots Asp shoes Ever opened in Connorsville Ofiu Dow to be ate at the store of i , a Orner of fifth Street and coh Gritl avens la which the Atwi Tioy of the a Bikulic in Roa jilt fully invited. These goods have bees be Hociej vrho much care in regard to style Aii Ltd Quality a Isca tii Jig everything net adapted to the fashion and season and not con Postie of Good inner jul to feel confident that persons desiring to to. Cure a really i i Good Boot or shoe can not fail to by suit Oil by calling at on a . Our Stock is ext Eunive and w lure soiling goods at positively Low of laces depart meet. A card. Connors Villa Kov. 29, 18g9. My. Editor will you be so kind As to permit us through the columns of your paper to give expression to the of our hearts to those who on thursday evening last made us As one of the number expressed it quot a Jolly drop in quot we most earnestly assure you that to have a Correct understanding of the expression which is entirely new to us one must have a practical illustration of it As was most fully and happily made at our House on the evening mentioned. On wednesday evening in order to perfect the arrangements we were disposed to linger after prayer meeting closed but were very kindly requested to go Hoine. To confess the truth this was a great mystery to us and consequently filled us with considerable anxiety of mind and suggested inquiries like these what have we said or done or what can the matter be ? in this Frame of mind we were practically left simply in the interval enough Light being Given to keep us at Home for the reception of company till the Happy realization of the expression quot Vve will make them a Jolly drop but you ask what was this and by whom and to whom was it made ? it was a Manifest Token of love and appreciation exhibiting itself in the presentation of greenbacks groceries dry goods amp a. Fee. To the amount Well we a wont say How much for on account of ignorance of their True value we might underrate them worthy the ministration of any congregation go be and do likewise quot a by the first presbyterian Church to their minister and his Famich. Words Are inadequate to express the gratitude of our hearts to you dear Brethren Sisters and friends for your great kindness toward us. Suffice it to say therefore for your thus so soon upon our coming into your midst Blessing us with temporal things you shall have our most fervent prayers and Earnest wishes that through i our Humble instrumentality you May be blessed of god in All spiritual things out of his own abundant fullness. We Are yours very sincerely John h. Amp Sallie e. Like. Protect his allies or die in the attempt. A fearful a Trug la ensued hut the lion was victorious. Lie Laid the Bull it Lead at his Foet find spa Routly satisfied allowed himself with the re to of his Siik rates to to recaptured and con fined in heir Winter Qin Irtira. Tie loss will amount to $46,000. Which we Uudo stand is fully covered by Ina Urane. Obituary. Died on sunday morning november 21, after a Long but patient suffering of consumption mrs. Louisa j. Cotton wife of or. Sam. P. Cottom of this place in the .?9th year of her ago. Funeral services were hold of tho E. Church in Winchester on monday at 2 p. U., the Kev. M. A. Teague preaching the funeral discourse from Keve latious Xiv 13. Quot and i heard a voice from heaven saying into me write blessed Are the dead which die in the lord from henceforth Yea Saith the spirit that Thoy May rest from their labors and their works do follow them quot notwithstanding the Incleto Eticy of weather a Large concourse of the Ivie Niland acquaintance of of the attended the services and followed tha remains to their final resting place attesting the estimation in which mrs. Cottom was held by this Community. Mrs. Cottom was born in Maysville ky., december 20, s30. Her father died during her infancy and she passed the greater part of her childhood with an aunt then residing in Cincinnati where she received her . She became a member of the Baptist Church in the latter City while quite Young Aud attached herself to the B. Church in this place in the year 185 5. Mrs. Cottom was a faithful consistent Aud exemplary Christian from Early Chili Hood and was beloved and esteemed by All for her Many Christian Virtues and genial social qualities. During her illness she bore her suffering with True Christian patience and resignation frequently speaking of her approaching dissolution As the Lime when she would be released from her sufferings and enter into that rest which is in store for the True Christian hereafter. A few minutes before she died she remarked to those around her bedside that she was Happy saying quot Ohia this dying if so How Well i feel 1" she called her family around her blessed them and bade Vliem it trowel and calmly passed away. Mrs. Cottom leaves a husband and , i clothing empos1uiw3. We employ faithful and Ofifi Point Tuii. A Nici in our Manfai Ituria , and use the Best list the my roots not re. Our work is it tk1 particular attention a Givon to the Reann facture of ladies , a i Chas waiters Shuya and ship cars also men and Hoys quot Wini All in the latz3t style. Cell and leave your Nina ure at tho in quot quot of the big ked loot. Corner fifth Street and Central Avenue. Cassell it titi jul to. Connersville february 12, a i a a. New stove store John Wolfram has just a splendid Stock of i p. A i. Nelson. Amp Jav. A 3��. Quot quot eps the Best or. Hankins had in his store Scarcity of seed Corn next and or. Tevis May be seen any Day on they ilu in the present crop was in the Street proudly flourishing it a to Ureil by Early Freez Rug. A ont. Speig my Summee Gootis n in Block Oiw site the to dirt ii quite tout unit y on Hail every Vii Julya a Ludivie cloths Hastings Gass Meres &c., &Ampo., Ampo. Of tub Cook stoves parlor stoves heating stoves. Tinware Bird caa leg and to Kiang of kit ban Vars. Children to mourn Over the Irre Narabalo loss newest patterns Kiich he is prepared to Mark Uji to order in the latest and most fashion stable Sayij or he will orb a o xxx a. Pc. A Tipsy Call Esfer ial a Timonti it tha an affectionate wife and a fond devoted and i Loving Mother. What More can to added to this and simple statement of facts the towering Monument the vaulted Tomb or volumes written in Praise of the dead Are not so lasting or so sure a preservation of their memory As the never dying influence of unobtrusive acts of Christian Charity patience under suffering and a Humble Earnest Endeavor to follow in the footsteps of the divine master. The world is the better for her life and her husband and children can never put away from their hearts and minds her Loving kindly acts which a ill Ever follow them As something holy restraining and bearing them up in Many a heavy hour and Stony pathway As they journey Onward with a Hope to meet her in the Happy land beyond the shores of to the Aesir Oak cute. It of material left with Lim and ensure sat of a faction. / the secret of lies a the use of Hagan s Magnolia Balm for the complexion. Roughness redness blotches sunburn freckles and tan disappear where it a applied and a by in Tifful complexion of pure Satin like texture is obtained. The plainest features Are made to glow with health fill Bloom and Youthful Beauty. Remember Hagan s Magnolia Balm a the thing Tunt produces these a fleets and any lady can secure it for 75 Coats at any of our stores. A Complete a of a Supply gent s furnishing goods Kow in store such a8 shirts collars socks cravats neck ties Sespen duh and All other article usually kept in thib line. Lit Itter Irist. The following is a list of lectors remaining in the Tost office at Connersville ind., on the 1st Day of december 1ss9 j. W. Ross. Joseph Custer. Joseph Custer. 2� in 325 .123 it 822. 10 ii 305. 18 it 341. 16 ii 305. 13 ii 312. 18 ii 883. 10 f. 328. 73. 10. 12 in 1. Illi it Sii 307 329 sia 3�?2 Allee Harriet Armstrong Matta Bobbitt Charles Bryon dan. S. Briant e. A. Bond Jos. E. Rumple Uarley Burns w. A. Of Ezekiel Buchheit miss Bohn Daniel Burris Oliver Burk John Benham j. H. Brogan Mary Chrisman c. V. Campbell Edward Carpenter Tarvy con Well Davis Marge Davis Lemuel Dickerson s. L. Edwards Mary e. Fitzpatrick Hannah flock Lulie Green Thomas Gnu Fin Michael Gabriel j. E. Hamilton James Hunker George Helsley Sallie e. Heckford Carolino Henderson miss e. Hunk l. D. Amp co. Irwin j. B. A co Johns Larrie Lepler Kendall Matilda King Davis l. Kii ugh Chas. Koniz Jacob jomax mrs. Ludwig mrs. Annie Michner Thomas v. Mckenna we. Mitchell d. G. Mcmahan Dennis Mccarty miss Mary More Michael Noxon James Fetter August Redde Beyer John Sullivann Cornelius Sawyer Evalino Sands d. J. Smith Willson Stephens Spencer Thomas James Talbott Sadie Ward Mary Welsh Thomas Walker Malinda Williams Thomas Wright Rebecca Wichard George Williams Josiah Whimple amp Bra Celd Young Francis Bilby Anna Yandray John to preen be and dress the hair Uso Lyon s Katharion. Nov lows Sto ves a and in w r e t i is constantly re siring Ell kinds of Cook stoves Pavlok Stovis office stoves and Fik iii skates a also a housekeeper s goods of every description. Thankful for the Liberal put Ronnie bestowed u on me heretofore and my frequent losses by fire i have de Merminod ii it try it a rain and respectfully solicit tie j san ii re of my old friends and customers promising to do my bust to please them. John Wolfram opposite t. I. Golf lis Storf. Huston amp Felahis old stand Central a. Comdr Rev Timit 5, ls6i. Morrow amp son e desire to notify the Public that to arc just receiving at our new rooms on Central Avenue Between court and fifth streets a Large Slock of hats Caps and furs. Having made a Peinl arrangements wit i m Nufa lures to Supply us constantly Witk the latest styles we Are enabled to furnish Cus Loviere a curd singly. Tohn Issleb p. M. All kinds of j o 0 o 3e�z. 3k. In my Lino such As tin roofing spouting Etc. on Short notice and Atas Low prices a bin House in the West. Voit. We Are enabled to furnish customer with gent s underwear gloves neck ties sup Ceulers collars Cravata umbrellas canes trunks Valise Carriage Robes our Stock has been purchased it reduced prices for Cash which will enable us to sell Asj o As any House in the a. Morrow amp son. j Annc 9, fifa. For which they Ere Genu nil which ii Par feet w i it i hive poses in a to All other iii vet in Iho Rinir Ketz very Anu War anted to give entire Patio ii Cimon. Tin ii Sofii g and nil a minis no Job . A on on f e Thoi Tobl Polico. A a ion Ibur quot a nov a by bwe opa i Leaf Givi a. A Call. Ill stoics Hillock Couri , oct. 20, la a a. big of Lieke a. Ayer s Cherry pectoral tor diseases of tho Throat and Luher Buch As coughs colds whooping cough bronchitis asthma end Casura Paioa. Probably never a fore in the we inc 1 fori of Medicine Lias anything won so Widcig i olt Sci. It or upon tie Confidence of Mankind a o Init cxco1l is remedy for Puunonan-compla�t.-. Tin oui ili series of year i and Zinouk most of lii Nii i of men it Lias Rii Seii higher and his her in Lin in c. ,a3 it has by coins by lev n. character and Noworol cure Ine Kiti Diu Kij of the hings and tii roat have a Uidl u i Nown ii in Liah of protector air i it then. forms of i Picaso and to you ii a Hiliu a i i i lit the same tonic tho Niort coffin nal a be Given for incipient con .r.-.iption, i a i i Are _ _ should be provided m ii th3.uiluolo for Trioni. A although settled Coti Suju Fiti ii is , still great non Ibert of Ciuros i i cry seemed settled Bucu Contr Clr a a a cd and the patient restored to Ioui i he iii Chirri j actor a to Complete is it i Csc / Over tho disorders of the and Liivat ii rit the most obstinate of them j fld to it. nut i ing else could reach , under tho Clervi Var Oral they Stibi Iida and disappear. Hin ii is ail i to Tulia Fiji Cakars find prent pc Toction from it. Asthma in always a a a Lichod Aud onion cured by it. i3 f Enera in in cd by to o Cherryl actor tel i i pin a and 1vor.uc to docs. So generally Aro it virtue. Liat need not publish tho Clit Lilc pcs of to icon heir or do c than a Kirc Trio Public that it be Viliy maintained. Ayer s ague cure per fever and ass Fec chill fever Smil Keiit in Cvar Darall ague period cal or bilious of Over and indeed Oil the Ait actions a Luch from Taal Arious a first or Niia Matia poisons. , to Doc. Inv. or or get fail. Ai Sonie to inc a i Niit i Zinc nor any other Linin i quot or Poi Nous r ii six quot \th.ntcvcr, it quot in iii Iris any in Tienlu. T i Onu a bar and Fiti Murcria or Annie ci.--trict.?, Are , beyond aces unit ind a e a without a porn lei in tho ii for it of quot re i i Dirin quot. Our Pride i ii ratified by thee i it v. O receive of tho Randi no Eira i. I i a in i quot cases nid other Remedio. Find v. L no a Fri iii. per i is apr to ii. in air Oliph Miasma to quot v. I s be pro to celeb by Takin tho age i f r i / Milany. For con ply to Nti. Fivi iii Froni Idi y Oft Holiver it an excer it Reid Wojy a tinned a iii quot the Livor into a Altha . For bilious. and . In i a in Ron Irdy a a Rotibi in Only re. Cark Blo Curca i Micro Othor Niodia inc it bad Failor. Prepared by i. J. C. be co., l Mctie 1 and Chc misto Loyceil mas?., a Iid of 4 a a rotund tho world. A Sicin $1.00 i Jen . A. Kawius a a look Agos vib a a Al a by count Rivito air

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The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!