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A. ' j j, 0. X. CHAHBEBI.AU(.
Attorneys at Law,
OfrrCK- In fonter nw brick block, ftrrt
t&oortoUi ha,irtKtra. - vita 13
. tWI4 t ! ,' VT. A. BILYEC,
Attorneys at Law and Solicit uri
, . In Chancer:,
i. -V AfcBASY, , - OKBUOM.i
COt.LBTIOS9 prorontlv made on all no t.
lamina negotiated on reasonable term.
Office In Foster's new block. nlivll
. - JT. It. U'EATIIERFORD,
Attorney at Law,
ALBAXT, : 3 OREGOX. ... .
JVTTI E,"tTPRA.OTICE lk THE DIFFER KNT
J " v court of she Slut. Specln! attention rlv
n to collections and probate mat ten. OFFICE
la Odd Fellow' Temple. nlTvlO
. 1. HUltraKKT. C. E. WOLVERTOlr.
-. Humphrey & Wolvcrton, j
Attorneys nd onuiclor at 1 jtw.
TVT ILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS
, of ttatsgtnte.s, OfK E in Fr Oman's brick
lup stairs) Albany, Oregon. llntS
JL. II. SIOXTAXTE,
jLUIAXY, j OREQOX.
OrtiCE trf rairs, over John Briggs' store,
on First street. vllnls
7'- n'itviTT,' y-
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Cartas, Old Aa( OJfrx Building, Albany, Oregon.
... .. . - : --
WILL PRACTICE In the different Courts ot
the State. vllnSJ
- D. B. . BLACIvBlRX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALBAXT, I t OKEUON.
PROMPT ATTESTIOJI UIVEX TO ALL
business... J! - j 52v
j X. Jtt.iJOXES, !fl.
IKiysicia and Surgeon,
OrriClS At Pltimmer's Drnjr Store, In Odd
Fallows' Temple. Beshicmx- Second and
waahlmrton street?, one block sou Lb of Ana.
MarsuaU'a livery stables. 4tjvl2
S. ML SAVAGE, II. D.,
Fromahs's' Brick, np stairs,
Vfrai atrees, 1 Albnuy, Orearoa.
f C. C. KELLT, n. I.,
rUTSICIAlT f: 5 : tSTJBGEOIT.
OrW cif Br Tu-oii-WAiNs brick blo;k.
Resi4ence one door north of broom facto
ry. Lyon street. llvlS
ICliIt'SF. WII IT1., ARTIST,
Fresco, Sign, Scene,
Roomss and 7, Parrish block.corner First
and Fery etrects, Albany, Oregon.
CT. CHARLES HOTEL,
' ALBAS r, : QIIEGOS,
Sirs. C. Hoak, Proprietor.
'IMIIR IIOCSB has been thorotiirhly ovorhnni
X. eyf arvd renorateft. and placed in first class
eond'tlon for the accommodation of its guests.
C4od Samnle Room for Commercial Travelers.
General Statjo Office tor Corvalim. Tiidentnd-cnee-aaci
Lebanon - Free Centcb to anil rrn
The Second Term will open on
Wednesday; ept., 1st, 1880.
For particular .concerning the conrses of
tody and tbe price of tuition, apply to
Be. ELBERT X. CO?flIT, Prea. ,
Jaly SO, 1880v 12i44
IT.H i. sl:sth & co's
iizfiny y. smith & co.
ws3a2im1y, th DistKentuok.-
S 2S4 VVest Third St-
S. SaJtmiirsb, agent, AJbauy, Oregon; vli-8
KFST ousinetts now before the public. Too
A5 s. can make money faster at work for ns
than at anything else. Capital not require 1.
We will tutt yoiu. t'J a OUT ad .upwur ls
made at ima. b 41m. injuuuHons. hen,
women, b. n! it Yn wanted vet Tsfiere to
work for1' ;.. i w is the time, iron can' devote
ynr ws ? nae to rue Hint, tyr only )oui'
nre nv i it . . No other bisAiness will pay
50a new. we.ii one wilUnif to work
M full 1 : - c9 fOinwio py by enga-fin t
no. CVi y umtit' mil' ttruis free. A g rent
itrwrt i , miaiiiBit .lucatev easilv ani
)nnertWi4-"u AiiiiKt .Imuk Cb Ansosta,
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V. MIT If A IT. w sen4
for oar hric jluc for
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. 5 f tnunui ttoj -vINIrtliM,
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1S8CED SVIKY FRIDAY,
THE EEQISTER BUILDING,
Comer Ferry and First Street.
COLL. VAJtCLEVE & CO., PKOPRIF.TOE9.
J. H. XAISE, JB. (X4L VAKCLfVC
One copy, one year 2 10
une copy, six mouths 1 00
Single copies.... Ten cents.
! TTTTQ PtUVU jnsv be fonnrt on file at Oo
I lulu liUClA V. femvr-ll . l!- NeWRDntx-r
AoverttRing Kureautw spruce bt.i. wh-ro luivertiKinif
contract may bo msiie for It in NKW YOltb..
Ag-eMfn for the Router.
The following named gentlemen are author
lie'! to receive nnd receipt for subscriptions
to the Rfmistkk In the localities mentioned :
Messrs. Kirk A Home..
I O. P. Tompkins
..NOV. 2, IS80
Inula Aurloatsad Modern.
Tlie ancient religion of India, tanght
in the holy Vedap, by Manon, before it
was corrupted hy llie IJraliinin priest
hood, admitte'J but one Gol Ilim wlu
exit-ts by himrelt, who is in all, because
nil is in I lira, He being without visible
partu, eternal, the soul of all tliingf,
and whom none cat' comprehend. The
mighty attributes of Deity, omiiijeF
enee and omnipotence, are ascribed to
IIim,'ali!o the creation of the earth from
an lunnite void, and us launching into
srace. Tho Hindoo theologians distin
guished God in two fit nation in the
first he is Zeus. God not operating, not
revealed ''Narayara, him who mov
eth npon the waters." In the Fecond
situation, Zeiu becom? Brahma, God
revealfd and operating. According to
this antique faith, matter if subject to
the fame !atvs of existence and decom
position as vegetables and animal ; af
ter the period of life comes the period
of dissolution everything decays, all
returns to chaos ; the harmony of
worlds is at a:i end ; earth, air. water,
and l'ght mix and become extinct. It
is the Pralaya, the tictruclioo of all
that exists ; but there is a germ, which
purifier itself by repose till the day
when Brahma comes to develop it, to
give it life.-the creative power ; and to
produce the worlds which commence
little by little to form, t grow, aud to
011 ale, followed by the Feme repose
and the same regeneration. These doc
trines lie at the basis of the modern
theory of Evolution, now so generally
accepted by ecienibt. Also in com
plete harmony with modern science this
ancient ihcogony declares the peritKj of
action and reconstruction of worlds to
correspond to the period of 4,"20,000
human years. The Pralaya. or epoch
of dissolution, is of equal length. The
sacred books declare that the germ of
matter is fecundated by IJrahma him
self ; Nature develops the element.
As the night of Brahma approached
its eiul, before proceeding to create this
world, according to the Vcdas, the Lord
resolved to people heaven with being?
bom of Il'mfelf and sharing His attri ,
bu'es. So the angels sprang from Ilia
thought, and hastened to arrange them
selves about His throne. But scarcely
had this happened when the inferior
angel?, who had lieen assigned the mast
distant heavpns, rebelled, with Vason
ki at their head. Ieing chased from
heaven ift. liell, they were named
"Rakchasos," the cursed, says the
Baga-verla Gile. When Zens unre-
vealeu became Brahma, operating and
cr tm.', three persons revealed thein
!e'vrs in him the Tiimourii Brahma,
Vishnu and Si a or tl creating, the
preserving, the transturming principle
BMhni forBiod man nd"f wrfliiimt
ifthes cr himself. lie frafnerT
them AJirua. aaul lleva, an.l aave tliem
fora l-.ome the ii-kwiAot Oevh. IJere
for Liin,lhey rejuii .eiUent,
at lengih iho man grew, restless and
persuaded the timi-1 1'eva to explore
the count iv 'with' him" outside their gar-
d m 3jBfrui!ji"5 Whep Ahey. nachedi live
limits f the irlo ami bfchelu a beautiful
ntikiwKii laiid loomino; ' ui
narrow sea.' ltti.d wliich tlfey
reach by a rocky , isthmus path, IJeva
r 'nVotistiated agatust' their going further
indeed wept nud prayii, and .pleaded
the commands of her Lord j but suatel
i g her yji w hi.t5'f 4i'vU.W!y
set out 011 the narrow path, and ' as hi
f.jot touched the tw. coMitry, ;. their
iieacefnlisfaiid home eeedod from their
vision liLe a n.jrage. Adima?gave
himself up to 20nh f despair, but
Heva kilt hd prayeJ,iaiid God''fiid
mercy on Ihera. "Such is tlie Vlic
rendering of or Bible account .--.of the
fall of maw. - y -
Tiie YVdaa 'so - recount - the - history
of tlie patriarch Adjigart, offeriiig up
his oii!y soil a legeud agreeing in. sl-
moet every partieuhir. with the -Bible
narrativorAVabinV tlie "father y of
the failhfuT.Tr .
The .Vedas declares the sonls Of men
to be emanations from the sout of; Brali
ma. iln the hour of the decomposition'
ot the Wyi'lhey are reabsorbed into
the Divine Kssence. aiJ, tiiw 'reahsorp-
tiou is called Nirwan. The Uiuuoos
4o sot admit the clernHj of Vonieiisjejit I
with them tbe guilty, after expiating
their crimes in hell, undergo several
transformations, and re-enter the spirit
ual nature ot Brahma after being thus
pu rifled of theii transgressions. The
Uirdoo religion teaches ita votaries to
propitiate ao offended deity with offer-
ings, by prayers, fasting, ablutions,
bodily mortifications and mutilations
rich gifts to the priests, and pilgrim
ages to the acred river Ganges, or other
holy places. Tho Fakirs are c species
of fanatics, who mutilate themselves
horribly, snpposmg thus to pleate God.
The theology ot the Vedas is the fer
tile ovum whence issued Zoroastrian
ism, Buddhism, and Mohammedanism.
Though pure and simple in its inception,
it has become a tissue ot horrible and
corrupt superstitions in the hands of
the Brahtniuial priesthood, who ruth,
lessly degraded the people in order more
effectually to rule them. It was tho
Brahmins who created tlie famed castes
of India themselves, greedy aud as
piring priests, being always high, or
first caste ; exclusion from all caste be
ing the severest penalty known to their
laws. This system of caste, an iron
despotism, which makes progress im
possible while it exists, is clung to by
the Hindoos as if it were "an open se
same to paradise. They humb'e them,
selves to their British masters, aud sub.
mil to any exactions, but it the English
Lord, possessed by a brief tit of philan
thropy, attempts to disregard the strict
laws of caste, to succor a Pariah, an
outcast, to abolish the car ot "Jugger
naut," great is the outcry, maddening
the mutiny. They are ready then to
revolt, burn, kill, ravage;, and fight to
According to tiie account of a recent
French traveler, nothing can exceed the
horror of the self-tortures inflicted by
the Fakirs, when this car of Jugger
naut, containing the hideous image ot
the God Siva, mukes its annual prog
ress. To prostrate themselves in order
to be passed over by the sixteen wheels
ot this caT is the commonest form of
torture. Another festival of monstrous
superstition is tho "Nag 1'unchmi," or
feast of serpents at Bombay. Tlie Bin
doos worship the serpent as they do
Siva, the destroyer, and at the season
of the year when the cobras are most
dangerous; they celebrate this festival,
decking their houses with flowers, pray
ing for deliverance from the bile ot ser
pents, aud offering rice aud sugar iu the
temples, where one ot the grand cere
monies is feeding the cobras with buf".
taloeb milk, of which they arc very
fond, by means ot "Sapwallahs," or
But though India is now steeped in
superstition though British masters crush
her pride and bumble her dignity in
the dust, though, sunk in apathy, ser
vile and passive, yet India has a past
grandeur, more ancient than any other
land the snn'shines on. Happily for
modern thought all vestiges of l,cr
glorious achievements are nut yet ob
literated. She has still her manuscript
-till her ruin, still her Sanskrit tongue
And savants say : "It (the Sanskrit)
is a language more copious than the
Latin, more perfect than the Greek,
and moie exquisitely refined than either"
also, that the Sanskrit is the parent"!
stuck fmm which came the Greek Ian.
guage as well as the Latin ; and that
ancient India is the parent ot civiliza
tion. Instead ot Egypt being tie foun
tain of learning, Jlenes, Sut founder.
obtained his lore aud laws from the io-
d it ote of Manon i:: India ; hence the
Justinian Code, the Pandects, the Code
Napoleon, the Common Law of Eng
land. Pythagoras, and Plato, the Sam
ian Sage, and the Prophet of Mecca,
all drew from" this fountain.
: An extract from the acierit books
ot some of the precepts ot Christie, the
Hindoo .incarnation of Vishnu, may
jgiye the reader ; some , .notion : of the
wisdom which pervaded the philosophy
ot the prehistoric era iu which the Vedas
were written :
' "ilcu'who have no ; elc-mmand
are not capable ot fulfilling their duties.
. "Pleasure and riches should be
notmced when not approved by con
" "the wrongs we inflict : upon our
neighbors f.-l ow as like our shadow.
"The knowledge ot mat) ia but vanity;
all bib best actions are illusory when he
knows not to ascribe them to Got).
"Love ot his fellow-creatures should
be the ruling principle of the just man
in all hie works, tor such weigh most
iu tlie celestial balances. , ...
"He who is humble in heart and
spirit, is loved at God ;, he has need ot
nothing more. ; .
" A the : body is strengthened by
muscles, tbe soul is fortified by virtue.
"As the earth supports those who
trample it uiuler foot, and rend ita
bosom with the plow, so should we re
turn good for eviL
"Science is useless to a man without
judgment, as a mirror to a blind man.
"Ifyou freqiijsut the society f the 1
SkmJ your xaropl is nelei f fear wi
to dwell amidst the wicked for their
"When we die, our riches remain
behind ; our relatives aud our friends
only follow us to the tomb ; but our
virtues and our vices, our good actions
and our faults follow us to the other
Chivalry had its origin iu India, and
the magnificence of fabulous wealth
create ) perfect elysiums of sensual en
joyment. When jhose who now rule
her as conquerers were a mere hordo
ot savages, the luxurious and learned
Hindoos dwelt in stately palaces, culti
vated high art, and r sought to solve,
with subtle analysii, the highest prob
lems ot metaphysics and mathematics.
And the moderns have yet to excel the
grandeur of her architecture, the splen
dors ot her material life, and the pro
fundity ot her intellectual researches.
' A lethargy rests upon the descendant.
ot this aiicient people, deep as the sleep
of exhaustion. Let us hope they will
one day resume the energies that have
fecundated the world, ani prove their
right to the title of "Children of the
Sun and Moon. " m.
The butterfly never goes hack on its
It is a yy man who knows how to
The air on the Mexican plateau is said
to be quite a tonic to the weak-lunged
phtteauuic, as h were.
The girl wlw bangs her hair often
ms the wife who bangs her husband.
Much as he loves roast beef, John
Bull is continually gelling icto an Irish
A bonnet is sometimes said to have
a saucy look. Something like a hood
wink, you kttow, and theielore a blind.
Have ymi hunted up your ulster ?
Uoston Post. Can't find the ticket,
say nothing about the ulster JVew
Haven . Register.
The first opera performance we recall
was that wherein the morning stars
sang together. It was a m ititiee, you
One ot the saddest things of Lieutenant
Schwatka's Polar exedition is the fact
that ' its leader is going t lecture
This paper is down on all rings.
Exchange. What is the matter with
the engagement ring ? Or the ring ot
the dinner bell ?
Student of history -'Ves, George
Washington was the Father of his
Country. Old mat; Washington was
the father of George."
The mince pie is a little backward
this year, and fears are entertained that
the early frosts have injured the vines.
"Give me the hand that will never
deceive me," sings the poet. He wants
the cards stocked so as to bring tbe
four aces into his fist.
The young woman who witnessed
her yoHiig man carried away by a bal
loon saw her beau ot promise in the sky.
The Brooklyn Eagle tells a story of
a man who threw up! is hat and yelled
"imrrah" when his wife was ranged.
Few men would have been so honest.
Even the wiest is sometimes a fool.
For example, the philosopher who wore
his spectacles when asleep that he migh
recognize the friends l.e mights see in
his dreams. ,
Wonder what baby would think it
worth his while to go through the wear
and tear ot growing up, if he knew that
he were to, become a freight brakeman
or a Iriiifgist's clerk !
, The ladies- wear their hats very 'arge
this season and their bonnets, very small.
A" h-oiaI, they wear their, bonnets . n
the street and tlteir hat t tlie burch.
A Boston lawyer advertises:?" Divor
ces legally 'and promptly obtained npoii
the lowest tpnii and 'on installments."
An installment 'divorce must 1 only
an aggravation, we should thik. ."
The pass of Thermopylae that, Leon,
idaa and his fellows held was probably
like all other passes issued upon con.
diiittu that thev assumed, all risk ot
accident and damage to person and
property. , ,
.' The man who died game was never
known to qnai!. -Boston JT anseri2yt
No; but he woodcock his gun at' the
wrong time, and now he is an angel
without a shooting jacket.
The tall uet shout 1 chip 4 and
erect a monnmVnt to the ; mats who
invented the names - of : the month
Where would they lie if he had not put
in September to ; rhym with remember ?
The Walla Walla Watchman says;
Northern Idaho vied strong for annex
ation and we hope the day . will , come
when ( Washington, will , be ; a grand
State, with the Blue mountains and
mnjestUi Columbia oh the south, , 49th
parallel on the north, the Pacific ocean
011 the west, ami tho Rocky mountains
on the east, as tier boundary linss, with
Yakima City for its capital, Seattle the
New York, and Walla Walla the Chi.
cago, of the far distant West.
Diphtheria ' prevails at Columbus.
Klickitai county, V. T in the family
of Mr. JJe'rq; , '
FOREIGN & DOxAIESTIC FRUITS,
CALIP0E1TIA CRACKERS, CANDIES, 2TTJTS,
In fact the Largest, best Assorted and most Varied Stock or
OEtOCKEtlEJS in the country.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE GROCERY IN
In Tirspraof Briclr, First
Over OIIE THOUSAliTD in Use in Linn Countt-,
Albany, Oregon. McFARLAND & HARVEY.
OF A Li.
: FC3 1IAIT Ai;p BEAST.
For moro than a 1hirl of a ctmtory the
IHsxicaiK Mnsiauig Liniment litis been
known to tnil.lons 1 K o r tlu world its
tliu only sale rulinuoe lor tlio telicf of
nccineiirs nntt i:iin. n h a mo-tlcmc
nbovn rleoncl prsitoo tie Imt ot" lt
bind, for every fui-ui of external pain
STustanfr I-Uiimcnt i ivitlirnt nn cqnnl.
It jiiietrlr fie.lt ntxl mitsclo to
tle 9ry hour lilHkittir tho c,,l"1
niieonf ptiln i.nd inflitin!Uirnimp.-siblo.
lis enccis upon Hamuli Flesh ami tlio
Bmtn Cr-afion oro equally M-oudcrlul.
The Mexloua . -
Liniment Is reeded ly pomoboOy Jn
t-viiry liouo. Kvery clay brings novs of
the nfoiiy of aa atrfitl st-nlil or buru
tsiilxlautl, of i-ltemitHt3o martyr re
store I, or n vtftltiAlile horse or ox
avocl by tho liculiug power ol this
which snoortlly riires each ailments of
tli HtTMAM Kl.F.SH -
llhgumatlim, HTrelilnesr Stiff
JaI.1i. . nnM..S Mn..l..
d Mcalds, Cuts, ISrnlsea and
Sprains, Pnliouoni Bites' ana
jclts. Stlflftiess. Lameneiis, Old
Mores, ricm. i'rostbltea, C IilllIalns.
Nor IXIpplrs, Caked Itreast. and
Indeed every rorm of external dls
coe. It heals VrK hoot scars.
For tho Ilaurti Creation it nrru
Nratns, tstvinny, - BtUT J.-ints,
Fsaudcr, TTiarnras Sores, Ifoor lila
cs. r., 1'oot Hot, SrnwWorm. Scab,
llollotv Ilorm, Seratcbrs, Wlud
rnlls, KpKvln, Tlirnsn, ltlnsboue,
ssrrs, .H Jivll, FUm npon
the Sitclit and. every other ailment
t which the ' occupants of tbe
Maul and Stoch Vard are liable.
Tho Mexican Mnstanir Juinlment
olu-aya cures ant never -diaappoiuta;
uudii Is, positively, - t.
t Q C3EBTS
Retail Sealers in
Street, AlTsariy, Oregon.
The Great Carriage IVSanufacturin House of the
EMERSON, FISHER & CO,, ;
CINCIIVNATI, -OHLO, , t -'
'Ljl ss ' als
Cost Kiatcrinl, fiood Workmanship, Handsome . Styles, Strong
- ami DtiraMe Vchiclea in Every Kcspcct. . ,f , . t ,
70.000 icARiiiAGEs :,
MlMl AtTlBED I1Y rXCIfOH, risllKB -, ARE TOW S VXT. 3I JTfini
' PART Or THE AMERICAS COVIiAtii. , . .. . .. . ., : ,
TheVtrtTeTtnfniiinirfntisfHcfion. Alt their work Is wnrrnnfe-1. Thej- have ret-eivi-d trstlD.o
nials from all rart of the country of purport similar to the following, hundreds or w hie It arecn
tlio subject, Jo inspection : -!.:.-
Messrs. Emkbpon. rtsHKit A Co.t ' V , GA1.VA, Ills.. Jnly IS. ti-TS.
' I lisve nsnt one of vonr Top BnarRles three vears. and three of I h??n I wo cars Jn n liver
..;- 1 . , i.. iu.rf i uiiKHfHctinn and ai in eonstaat use. Os.tllmLliir.
iuuiv, niivi 1 ucsj i'u ..... .-
u rv.nx.rr J.11I9 K
Dear Sira 1 hnvobecn osinir t e Ktnerson
' snnpose as snv one copld. 1 hail a fast horse. drove Ulm at. lull speea. roniotlmes wrtat tao
, dies and mvseif 1 ih-i buirtry. and it is fvday wortb all tbe money 1 paid for it, I say the Eta-ei-son.Fisuer
BSisies wludo, .j i , ! , ; j;:; ' i- A. M.TBA6UK, Farjoer. s
i Tlie fevoi-ab'o ronnlation the Carrlaecs have mane in locanttes wnere they have been nrt f.
l-.ovoml vears bv Livervmon. Vhysiclans.nd otbors rcqnirinsc hard and constant ne. has b-1 1
ttn Incivased ilemand fiwn those localities, to meet which tlie KinnufactuHnff fjtclttties of tlte
mamiuotli oetaonsuuent nave wru caichucii, ,ncniitii w n. n gui i;s..t
DGO CARRIAGES A WEEK,
,'';.,.s .!: t-v;'..i.(.t,i-,.-. t , ' -
, - - '"
EMERSON, FISHER & COS PARH1J WSE TH? SJi
TITUS ! BROS.,
Jewelers, , .
Albany, z : Oregon.
"REGULATING TIME-PIECES A BEPAIP
It ing Jewelry a specialty
Asrenta for "Kew II sn
Infallitla Iniian Eenoiies.' -'-
. Snro Shot For
FEVER 'Sc -AOXJlb-
DURING A LOXG i KKSIDKNCE A MONO
the Indian tribes of the coast andtheint.
rior. I liuve hud the icood fortnne to discover,
fmm the 'MedU-ine" men of the se-eral tribes,
and from oilier sonreesrst nnuiberol remedies
for d irjeiisc incident to 4 bis -4-onnlry, eonsist
inn of roots, herbs nnd bark, and bavins; been
solicited by many people of this valley, who
have tried nnd proved tlie efficacy of thetn in
disease, to procure and !Ibr I he same for sale,
1 Hike this means of announcing: to all that,
during the ikisi scnson.I have made an extend
ed tour th (witch tbe. mountains anil valleys
and have sm rod ocrtntn of tbese raniedlea
which are 11 sore cure for , . , .
Fever unci -A.erTie.
Those Biitrcrlnc from Atrne who desire to be
rni-eJ.ean leave orders at Mr. 8t Knur's store on
KlrstMtrutit, where I will furnish the remedies,
w-arrantint; a radical cure or I will demand no
piiy. f . W. M. JOHN,
fci" Remedies done op in 1 paekaifes.
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