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WJtDfK9DAY, JUNK 3, 1874.
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tuim or WXKKLT But:
Invariably In advance.
ktUr Avery .
Mississippi has five hundred and
sixty chartered gragw, numbering
'twniyltwo thouMnd', four hundred
1 JCiotiron trwlo throughout tio coun
try h greatly depressed. It it estimated
that do hundred and cvoflty-fivo
thousand men who aro usually cm
ptoyei ( tufllnc nulls, furnace?, etc.,
aft out of employment to-day, in con
tequenoc of the paralyzatibn of the
iron businoas. Over one thousand men
wero the other day mado idle by a par
tialBuiponsion of tho iron .works nt
Troy, alone, on account of tho depres
sion in tho market.
Fofc the first time, tho graves of tho
confederate dead buried at (Arlington
OMfteteTY. wero decorated during the
ervioea of tho day. A special dis
patch to tho Louisville 'Courier-Jour-nal'say
s this was done by tho ordor of tho
secretary of war,ani not by he Grand
Amy bigots, who have managed tho
proceedings heretofore. Tho pooin
read at Arlington contained a gross
fling at General Robert K. Leo, whose
on, General Custis Leo, according t
recent decisions of tho supreme court,
is the legal owner of tho laud on which
the writer of the poem read his patri
1 'tirriifc'a Livin6(Aiie.T1io num
ters of 'The Living Ago' for the weeks
ending May 23d and 30th, have the
following varied and yaluablo artioles;
'Animals in Fall o and Art, by Francos
Power Cobbo,lNcw Quartorly Roviow;'
Dr. Schiliemattn'a Trojan Antiquities,
'Edtngburg Itoviow;' Two Chapters on
the Reign i of Louia XIV, 'Fornigh tiy
Review;' Belgian Husbandry, Cham
bers' Journal;' The Fiji Islands, Part
I, tho Whites, and Part II, tho Natives,
'Pall. Mall Gaxotte;' -Sir, Peter Lely,
'Temple Bar;' The Soomesday Book
of Scotland, 'Spectator;' The History
of Popular Voting in Switterlahd,
'Pall Mall Gazette;' oto., with cnstall
ments of the remarkable serial, "Far
from tho Madding Crowd,"!by Thomas
Jfardy, and of ''The Story of Valen
tine and his Brother," and poetry and
miscellany. With fifty-two, such num
bers, of sixty-four large pages oach Qig
gregatiag over 3000 pages a year) tho
subscription price (88) is low; or still
better for 910, any ono of the American
.14 aagaxiuai.is sent with 'The Living
Age for a year. Little & Ow, Bos
uVtfLLIAMSON QdUNTY AGAInJ
The desperadoes who have made Wil
liamson county a namo and) a disgrace
throughout tho state, keep to their
lino of oonduct. Tboy fear neither tho
laws of God nor man and.outrage both
presistently and with a high baud,
i A'few nights ago, says the Carbon
ualo observer of Saturday last, Mr. J.
,S. Barret, living .on Eight-MUc 1'raN
tie, Williamson couuty.naU a tnreuiuu
lug notice posted on his barn, warning
him of the vengence of the writers, if
fouad on his farm, or in Williamson
countv. in ten dars after the dato of
This nrococdinir is in thorough
l 0 .
keeping with the manner of doing
.uij.ei tu.vriuuuikuu iounty : if u man
expresses the oplhioh that to shoot a
man down in his yard or doorway is
wrong, he is warned that such opiuious
are not toleratod by certain residents
of Williamson and that if he would
avoid. the assasain'a ,hulle( liirasclij io
will havo to get beyond its range,
that is, outsido of Williamson
Jt ib high time tho people ot 'that
county, those who bolicvo there is
omethiBg eUo to live for bosido tho
brutal gratification of personal or po
litical spite, should take BOtno icpd to'
Qafsert their power. Vor, years pant,
Williamson county has been virtually
uader the heel of a banilof cutthroats
and wurderera.who lack even the vir
tue 'even of Italian' banditti or
highway robbers. Their incentive
'to wurde? is not the hope of
gtM but la the offspring of the worst
MstioB of the humau heart that ot a
,', 4djy . and auforgiving malice
towards UllOW creature, i ney nave
kept Ae-whole community about the
poena of their operations lu fear and
trembling for years, until at last, uieu
who value freedom of spece liandR quiet
life, hSvofdetarmined lo".frocuro tlieni
outside'bf! (Williamson' county. ''Win
crs and mochanics aro leaving if, per
eonB in quest of homes do not aoek
them within its borders, its realeatalo
is depreciating in value, and this state
of things will continuo nud grow
worse until a change for tho better in
its moral condition takes place. It bo
hooves the peoplo of the county who
would not sco their material interests
sutler to an almost irreparablo extent,
to bestir thcmsolvcs before it is too
A MURDERER CAP
MARION PHELPS EVADES JUS
TICE FOR A YEAR, BUT
IS FINALLY BROUGHT
' ISt. I.ouls Globe, Monday.
In January, 1873, a farmer namod
Taylor Coldiron was killed in Olay
county, Ky., under tho following cir
cumstances: Coldiron resided in a so
eluded location in (ho nbovo-tiamod
county, and, in addition to cultivating
a aiuolt Villi,, Iio mis III (Iiu Ilubfl or
peddling small wares through the adja
cent country. Ono evening his placo
was visited by two men, wlio roprcson
tod themselves to bo United States
marshals. They took Coldiron into
custody and started off with him. On
tho following day ho managed to es
cape from them, and, whilo being pur
sued,ono or them drew his rovolvcr nud
shot Coldiron so that ho died in a few
hours, previous to which he mado a
statement to tho effect that the two
men .were Marion Phelps nud n man
named Stivers,aud that Phelps was the
man who shot him. Phelps left the
stato at'ohco, leaving a wife and seven
children, and for a timo all clue to his
whereabouts was lost. I no authori
ties have been assiduous sinco then, and
a short timo sinco it was discovered
that PJi'clps was living iu this county.
Deputy 'Sheriff William Purkcr.of Clay
countv. Ky.. arrived here on Thursday
with a requisition from tho governor of
Kcntuolcy, ana. on the cast) Doing
known'tojthq polico, Sargcant ,Fox Of
mo mountcu iorcc, was uuiegaicu iu
look up the man. At 10 o'clock yes
tordav m6rninir ho found Phelps at
work on Mr. Pistes -farm, on the St.
Charles' road, sixteen miles from tho
citv. whero ho had been Jividi? tor tho
fast year with n young woman, Julia
Stivers, cousin to tho man who was
witlrhini.at tho timo of the murder
and by whom he has a child a few
months old., Phelps is a mau about
htty years old, aud lias pursued various
avocations, at ono timo bciug a physi
cian nnd at another a lawyer. At tho
timo of his capturo ho was building
a barn for Mrs. J'ost. Ho was
quite surprised at first but ox
hibttion great coolness, and was
brought to tho city at once. Sheriff
Parker starts for Kentucky with him
this morning, '
CALICO FASHIONS FOlt CALI
St. Louis Democrat's Fashion Letter.
Tho Mablcs and Mariannes in the
country and the Sallies and MvHils
of tho Southwest, will want to know
how to make their cambrics and cali
coes, their percales and liuous. Iu tho
first place, all washing dresses not in
tended for, morning wrappers nro now
mado in costumes or suits that wilt an
swer both for house and street. The
simplest design lor these is ,thoploog
blouse polonaisOjlike those of last year
except that ,very few aro double
broasted. Thoy nio now , buttoned
from throatjto belt,and tall open thenco
disclosing pretty plaitings, rufllcs and
shirred puffs that crb placed cither
horizontally or longitudinally on tho
ironi uroauia oi mo skiu, wnno a sin
glo deep flounce with shirred hoadiug1
passes around tho bottom ; a narrow
ruffle edges tho polonaiso, and forms 'a
ruff and cuffs. Girls who take more
timo and trouble with their washing
drosses get tho fouland finished per
calca wth brown, buff,- dovo color or
bluo grouuds dotted' or barred with
white, und make the m up with sleovcs
and lower skirt of solid color, using
tho figured goods for jacket, ovcrskirt
and ruffles. When neatly fitted and
prottily finished off, theso dresses
havo quito nn air about thorn,
and arc almost n.s handsome as loul
Calico wrappers and morning gowns,
Iu which niotliort) and niaidouu nlilcu
take breakfast aud perform thoir daily
round of household duties, aro mudo of
"shilling calicoj' clear white grounds
with stripos and bars of violet, bluo or
nut brown, twilled liko cheviot cloths
These have clinging Gabriolle fronts,
with slight fullness behind, which is
further increased by a deep spauisl
fiounco that is on tho back breadth
only. This flouueo is finished top and
bottom with a side plute across tho
Iront breadth: the neck lias a stand
log plaitod ruffle, aud sometimes third
aro two ruflies edging tho iicck and tho
wrist of lbs coat sleeves. Tho bolt is
made of the straight calico, lined
bound on each edg'o aud fastened he-
hind by a smnll.bovv. Frdm tho right
side hangs a swinging pockot'a la chat
alaine,' made of the calico in oblong
shape or In a flat pentagon, suspouded
by hemmed bands from tho holt. Tho
front is buttoned its wholo length or
elso fastened by hows mudo or hemmed
etrings,,ticd when tho dress is put on,
hut untied for tho laundress.
"Walt. 'Whitman has brokou out In tn
teplth'alamlum, wbaterr tbat Is, on Nel
lie ur&ni. n is saia oy on aumirors to
be bit masterpiece. It begins, as mar
as we can recollect it: ,
Kelllc, the m-ltberleM, Nell ol the Nedulei,
Uuourlnirty gnashing the nouU from tho
art that grim grablta ghait gaihlngly
Grim tin; eniiu Oranger that Uioutilit'x Ibe
, llurlliigtoii Uawkeye.
l'ONOK E l&ON'S FOUNTAIN OF
.From VkSlch ol Ceutrt Florida,
Written Vj Hhi'K. B. LonB,yBf1'lotl(la,
atid' publlihed la tbo TalUhatma $ Flotl
dan1, wo tabo tho following:
" It was on routo to tiuwanoo Old
Towh that "Gon. JftcklAii aVd'hiy tto pi
haltod beilde tbo Turnout r fouatalti of
l'onoa da Leon, now mlicallod llio Wa
kulla Spring. Tho Una of Mutch tnsdu
by'tbo SpftDlsrd coaurmi (tbo lupjio
Itlun that thU wai the iplog sought by
tbo advonturor, and its curious ohsraoter
It qultu lufUclont to bavo given It a dli
tlnct ronown. What makes it a marvel
of naturo Is its great dopth and oiceod
Ing traniparoncj a traniparoney greater
than thnt of Ibo atmoiphere, si ovlnued
by leolng tho itnalloit object at nr 200
foot bolow, and In pniilnu ovorils Unrip
plod lurfaco In a floatluif skiff tbo nbvol
sensation ot boing 'tuiponded Uotwoen
skioi is produeed.
"Tbo l'onco do Loon fountain to bo
toon totadvantago, limit bo viiltbd on a
still, sunlhlny day, without broozo, and
with tbti tun n near bis meridian as poi
Slblo. From booeath a rugged, juggard,
(; ray I ill litnostono precipice, ana Irora a
dark, yarning, urlathonablo abjif,
inrlniri tun fountain, inroadlnc out into
;a cirouUr form of lovoral hundrod ynrdf,
forming tbb Wawulla rlvor. Tho wntor
Is not particularly cold, and does not Iu
its tatto betray any of that myiticnt pow
or wo would liko to establish. It Is tho
Ingrodknt of luno tbat givos tramp!
runcy and alu a piagoifying (junllty to
the spring. Tho smallest coin, and oven
a pin, can bo soon twirling through its
dopth, enlarged at ovory turn, until
it roils on tho rooks bolow, nnd as a liko
Moot aaulA not bo soon through tbo nt-
moapbara.nt the lumo dlitsnco, this con-
elusion li renionatlo. Nothing but
actual obtorvatlon run clvo an idea of
tbo piothro. Tho mou-covored stonei
Jutting Irregularly from 100 to hoar 200
out uuiuw, vuura tuuy coniro srounu ft
boundless dopth ; the floxiblo root! and
grauos all bathed in rainbow huoi; tho
numoreui flih, oils, ntid ovjn alligatori,
porting in thoir olomont, reflecting tho
tamo prtimatio coloring, an tho gentle,
dreamy, gliding over tho depths of aque
ous tranaparancy, accompanied by tho
muilo of tbo warblo-tbroated mocking.
bird, maklnc it with iti knloidoicoplc
cbangoi more liko 'a tairy icono, and wo
loto for a timo our sonco or tno oartniy.
Dumo hammocks ol ovorgreeni, magno
lia, bay laurel, Intorlaced with tbo crupo
vine, clomatli and oror-graceful Jena
inlno, with thoir variod tints of lea, nnd
blouom, softoned by n veil of gray tnoia,
atfurdi a tit setting for so curious a gem,
suggcitingn magnificent opal.
This spring is supposed to navo a sud
torranonn connoctlon with Lake Jackion,
which llos twenty miles or nioro north of
it, nnd moro than onco in tho motnory of
ninu tho wnlers iiavo oscapou irom ino
lako, oxcopt at its groatet deptbi, leaving
It nn oxtonfjyo moadow, much prized ai
PHiturngo by tho laud owner of tho sur
Kroja tho Utlea Oh-ervcrA i
Kdward Pierrcporit, at tho oloso of
n long conversation with a casual ac
quaintance, rcmarkod lately, 'L may
not sou you again before tho next pres
idential olectipn. I wish, therefore,
that you would mark this prediction.
Grant will not pnly ho ro-nominatcd
and re-elected in 187G, but ho will get
tho support of tho southern democrats."
Mr. IMorrepout met all tho criticisms
on tho president's courso by an answer
comprehensive if not satisfactory. Ilo
said, ''Grant represents tho average
morality and intolligonco of tho coun
try." Nono hut a fool attempts to
predict tho political future. But wc
may reasonably nssumo that Mr. Pierre
pout is'not hazarding any guesses, but
is simply revealing the programmo of
tho administration. In attompting to
tell what will be, ho is really telling
what' Grant want". Ho adverticcs tho
designs of tho president under cover of
a prediction. Ilo speaks as ono Hav
ing authority and not ns the scribes who
edit tho organs.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
'ClltiiO.SDALK .Inckfon County, 1
. . .May :, 1871. f
On c6hdltlqh that a sufficient number f
young persons, desire, and aro willing to
contribute a very smallum toward defray
fmr expenses Hay two hundred at four
dollars each a formal lustlluto Will be held
In tho new building, comincnctiiir, Julyl, tbo
day pi dedicating the buildings, nnd continue
till July Ul. The l'rlnclpal or tho University
will havo charge, and the several members of
the tapplty WlHlvo the main part of the In
ntrdctlon. Atleatt ten" lectures will be given
and, If tho oath contributed U suillclcnt, the
licit men of this atate and Miisourl and' Lull
ana.wlll bu bruiight hi for theso lectures.
If not more thau one hundred and tlfty at
trhd, the porona cootact with tbo Inttruo
toro will be greater and the protlt more ; and
as the oxpennc of tbo lmtltuto will be tho
nunc, tho fee ibOuld be live dollars. If three
hundred attend, the fee could be reduced to
tbrco dollars. ,
As tho state legislature- makes no provts
Ions for paying tho expensos of Mich an in
titito, SO desirable and valuublq to imyile
ubnolii. will not all thu ncwpupers ol
Southern Illinois, add niiotlior favor to tbo
many they have already done tlio column,
nlty, and give thin announcement sceral
gralultoiii Iniettlons in a good placo, and
call the nttrutlou ol teachcr(to It '
Let all WhuHvith to aite'lid, nnd their
names at once and not birr than June '20,
pros to Dr. ltobra, fecrctary urtnutecs,of
Southiru Illinois Normal l.'nlvcrlty,Carhon
flood board can be had Iu Carhondalo at
N. Tho intlttjfi.catmot bo In lit with
los.lhap.ono hunilryd and tirty who will pay
Qvo dollars each, JliniKltnAi.i.YW,
RpM. Wood & Go
.rdiati 1111)01' AVHNUK,
rountalns, Viiaeo, Animals. Iron Stairs,
l-aiup 1'iistk, Stnhlu 1'lttlngs,
CAST, WR0UQHTf& WIRE RAILINGS
Concert and Lecture Hall.
Aud a General AHsortmout of Orna
mental Iron Work. '
Kiitlmatrs and IcIkus si'ntou application,
ilatlu' ttic clawtol work ilojlred.
' JSAMUKli V, WHBKLKll,
aTTORNKY it COUNSELOR AT LfAW
Oulce over First National Dank. S-tUJm
Wlllam C. Mulkoy
MULKKV & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT JAW
Oilloei Klphth streot, botwenn Commer
olal ami Wiulitiwtnn avonueB.
GHKKN Jk G1LUKUT,
UOUNSKLOKB AT LAW,
William h Ollliort.
awapwul attonlion Rttea to Idmlialtr Bd
Jtiamboat rmilneai. :
sffioh oinoLnvaa,nooM8 7 Ar flovia
HSCAIi KSJTArK AKHUT.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
And Land Agents of the IIIIhoIk Central and
ltiirlingtou and MUoiirl It. U. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate AffcntS
71 Oiim Lkvkk, (Second Ploor,)
. CAIRO, ILL."
Huy and Ml UKAL K8TATK. l'ay TAXW,
Ftirninhrs Abtraet)i of Tlllo.
HO AT NTOItl'.S
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Anil Dealer in
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
given to consign-11-U
muuta and tllllnu orderx.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
KTo. XIO Olxio Ziovoo
' CAIRO ILLS.
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Lcvco, over Mathus & IJhl's.
JDoV-A'onc lut jtrst-chtts Campania
SiiiTorttJvMorris & CamkCj
711 Ohio Loveo, City National Hank
! , fiuildint', Caiiio, Ills.
The (ililint establlnhcl Agency Iu Soutluril
iuiiioii), ii'iii'it.'iumg over
of tliiist IusuraucH Capital the n IT. S
FIN2 MILLINERY GOODS
I'HKNII NI'IIINH IJOOIIH
M tS....M.,J AUKB ON,
aimoumnH that sbo has jutt, opeiiod a Urn
aanorttaint ot tbo
Milllmry Goods to Do found in tho market
She win keep on hand
Hath, Honnxth, Klowkks, Kiiiiiokh,
Diitsa Thimminiih ov AllKindh,
LiniKi Kuunisiiino Goons, Notions,
CotLAits, Undxhslkcvks, Ituvys,
And tl coods found In millinery storea, all
ol wlioh will be disposed ot ai tho lowest
eaih jirlees. Mrs. Jacknon rcspoctrully
aiVnacoutlnuatlou of tho pataonaco which
ban been so llbi'ially bcaUowed upon her by
the Uiica of Cairn nod the vicinity.
II. WARDNER, M. 1).
M. ,7. STALKER, M. 1).
Oil ce and residence 111 C'omiurclal Ave f
next loor to the Atheuetim. -eM0-t
Cairo Box-and Basket Co.
OY ,AU KINDS, HAItO AND flOl'T,
Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Vard.l "wi'Y SlrCOt
1 j and Ohm Levee.
WALL & ENT,
.Mamiraeturers and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AKD LATH,
l'Ol'LAK.OAK, OYl'KUH. A.SH, (JUM
ANI - COTTONAVOOIJ, atJIl
DIIKSSKU l'INK, Ablt AND 101'-
LAK KLUOUIMU, UKILNU AN1J
(tSTOlllce nt saw mill on comer of Tweii-t-eroinl
street and Ohio Levco,
R. SMYTH & CO.
No. 00 Ohio Loveo,
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker k Blake,)
PAINTS & OILS
. WINDOW SHADES
And the celebrated IllumlniUlni;
11 roil' Ilulldlni;, Uth .St. A: Uomerclal Av.
K. MAXWELL & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Anonts for tho
No. 710 North Maine Street,
St. Lonli Mo.H
Boot & Shoe
llctweee Tenth and Eleventh Streets
Is prepared to fill orders without delay,
lie ban a line stock of Imrr.rted leather on
hand. Just recolvtyl from Ncwjvcrk, aud ha
put down thetJHces to tyo Inwent notch.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OKFICH AM) YAHD,
10 Hi St. let. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply of Pittsburg and Illy
Muddy coal constantly on hand, ritoc
wood sawod to order. Ordera lor eeal oi
wood should bo left at the otltcn On Tenth
taruot. Terms cash on delivery.
Oiiccnswnre, China, (ilnsawurp, Rock
cnlium nnd Ycllotv Ware, .Stoneware,
China Ornaments nnd Toys, Fancy
UooiN, rlntedwure, Tnhlo anil
I'ocket Cutlery, Lamps, rjinp
Looklmr OIiissch. etc.
In fart every kliul or gooiis iicIoiikidk to a
Kur tbo next nxty days I will oner tho
above goods at ami below cotd,forcah only.
The ijoods nnut bo sold to cloie the concern.
Closo buvers aro especially lu Ited, either to
come and nee for theimclvcs or send their
orders, tn ellhorcase I guarantee satisfaction
.1. T. THOMAS.
Adslgneeori'aon, Iaw.t CO.
;alio, 111., April jr., 1871.
Pill 1,1, h
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Toilctt Articles, BruhVn
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, rJ
Stuns, Etc., Etc., Etc,
We Solicit corrc"pondo!ico and orders from DnigcUU, Vhyilclans and (leneral Htoi.
u want or ( .looil In our l.h.o. Steamboat, Plantation" and Kamlly Medic ne caiea u '
lhcd or Helllled with itellablo Drugs at Ucaxonable Hates '
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
7 Ohio Levee, WaMilnglon Are, cor. TIgtitu !.
OAIB O .
(Lato I'ronrieter of llio St. Nicholas Hotel)
IlaB hecome Superintendent of the
CORNElt SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walker liaviuu taken eliariw
once give it a tlioroujli reiiovatiii, uud put it iu lirat-clasa order for the iictp
tiou guests. Mr. Walker will welcome his old customers to thu new house.aid
will always ho glad to kc tliom.
First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
SO Ohio Levee - - CAIRO, 111
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho 1'lantcr's House ia located on Ohio Lcvco Street in
OLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LA JS DINGS
And in tho Center of tho Business Portion of the City. The House is new
and complete in all .itrt appointments. Thu room, aro large' arid airy.beiides
heiiif; elegantly furnished und carpotod. (Jucjjts will receive courteous treat
ment and tho hc.it of accommodation.
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Day Koardors 20 per lonth.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
O.W. DUNNING, M. J).
JtESlDKNOE corner JUnlhi and Walnut
Strceti. Office eomer Sixth k treat :nd
Ohio levee. Oltlco hours IrowO a. in., to
1" MM MI
Perfumery, Soaps, Bruslici
Taney Goods, Collier Whit
Tuba Colow, Dm
of this old and well-known Louse, vilkt
... . -. , . .T . . .'.u 1'
. DR. WiM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THE ,ORKAT AMKHIOAN CON
' BUMl'TIVK ltBMKDY
C'onbiiniptlon In NOTanlncurabledheaie.
I'hytljlaini afcslira iih tbU laet. It it ooly
ueeo uurr to have tho Itlght llcmcdy, riiU
tho torrlblo malady ean bu conilitreu.
Hall's Balsam 1j this Eemody.
It lireaku up the night BWcat,reiievei the
njij)roiudQ tlchtneHu ncrons the Iuuk, ua
be ids tho larcuratud and excoriated uurfecet
which (buenom pi I lie dlnpaite iirodueea.
WHILK I-II K LASTS TlIKltK IS IIOI'K
'It mar' notbe to6lt8'tb'cneet a cure eveu
alter tiio.dnctpri havo.ctven Jon up
"J Hall's lllinJa sold everywhere, uud
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Oxygenated Bitter! Atoti'a Llveri'UU. Ac,
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'b andU College flace, New X'P.V'
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,1'Hott, New York., dlrlce il per bottle.
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