BATUBDAY, AUGUST 15, 1874.
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TO THE DEMOCRATS. LIB
ERALS AND ALL OTHER
OPPONENTS OF THE
REPUBLICAN PARTY !
The Democratic Central Committee
of Alexander county, in pursuance or
power vested in it, hereby gives notico
Of tho Dcmoorals, Liberals and all
other opponents of tho llopuulican
party, yi to hold
AT CAIRO, SATURDAY, AUOCbT 21, 1871,
for tho purposo of appointing fivo
delegates to represent them in the
Slate convention to bo held at Spring
field, August 20, IS 71; nino delegates
to represent them in tho Eighteenth
congressional district convention to he
held at Anna, Scptembor 3, 187-1 ; and
delegates to represent thorn in tho
Fiftieth senatorial district convention,
to be held at Anna, September 3, 1S7-1 ;
and for the transaction of- other busi
ness. John IIowlev, Chairman.
Cairo, 111., August 11, 1874.
To the Democracy, Liber
als and all other Oppo
nents of the Republi
The Doraocratio State Central Com
mittee, in pursuance, of power vested in
it by the Democratic State Convention
of 1672, hereby gives notice that a
Stato convention will bo held at
SmisomLD, o.v W.viwuAr, tiik 20rn
day or August, J87-), at 12 M.
All votcrt of the State icho desire to
romote the following purpose; are in
vited to join in tending delegates to this
tt. The restoration of gold and sil
ver at the latit of the currency of the
country i the speedy nuimjU ion of spe
cie payments and the payment of all
national indebtedness in the money rec
ognised by the civilized tcorld.
2d. Free commerce.
'id. Individual lilierty, and opposi
tion to sumptuary hues. ,
ith. Rigid restriction of the govern
ment!, both ttatc and national, to the
legitinutte domain of political poievr,
by excluding therefrom all executive and
legislative intermeddling Kith the af
fairs of society ichcrcby monopolies art
fotterul, privileged classes aggrandized,
and individual freedom unnrrtssurilg
und oppressively restrained.
bth. The right and duty of the. state
to protect its citizens from tvtortion and
unjust discrimination by chartered ino
He commxttic, believing the opposi
tion to Republican misrule can harmo
niously unite tjxm the (ongoing princi
plet, tarnestly solicit the free co-opera
tion of all men, regardless of past po
litical afiliation; in an earnest effort to
place the State and National govern
tntntt in the hands'of men kIio arc act
uated by the principles above enunci
Each county Kill be entitled to send
one delegate for every five hundred votes,
and on delegate for every fraction of
two hundred and fifty votes and over,
catt in said county for all the jmsidm
Hal candidate! at tlx presidential il,c
tion of 1872.
C. II.H'CoioucK, Churn.
Atirte, Jamcaa ltob,nof
flat District Geo. S. Kimbcrly.
lid District A. O. Story.
3d DUtriot Theodore Shintz.
4th District Jas. S. Ticknor.
6th District W. 0. Wright.
7th Dihtnct Jas, 0. Klwood.
8th District W. K. Cook.
9th District Win. T. Dowdall.
10th District Thou. Ii, Cabeeu.
11th DistrictA. A. Glenn.
12th District K. ii'. Alcrritt.
14th District J. 11. Cunningham.
17th District S. B. Wilcox.
18th District AVin.K. Orccu.
19th District Chas. Carroll.
Democratic .Stato Central Commit
Tho undersigned eitistetif, being in
full harmony with the principles enun
ciated in the nbovo call, and desirous
of cumbining all voters of tho State
who agree with these principles in an
opposition party strong enough to put
tin end to tho misrule of tho re pub
lican party, heartily join in tho nbovo
A. O. Hgijtng, 11. G. Oaulfleld,
Ilorman ltaitor, Ilonnan Liob,
John Mi Palmor, .1. K. Poollttle, jr.
Kdward llumrool, Thomas Hoyne,
Jno A. McClornnnd, Andro Mntlcton,
John II. Oborly, M. U. Bailey,
Dfttilol Cameron, J. II, Jobnion,
Ohnk II. Lnnphtar, lllchard Mlchnolls,
A. Orondorff, 0. W. Holallnu'.
Mil. lloitAHTS assured tho llopubli
can senatorial district convention that
Jackson was not n iot-j;utlod county.
This is a high compliment, and tho
frionds of Jackson will be highly
pleased with Joe's praise.
We have great rcsju-et tor tho abil- j
ity of Mr. Kobarts, of tho AJurphya-
boro Era, and iu his candor wo havo
explicit confidence ; but, when he tells
vis that iMr. Clements is tho tjreates'
man in the world and that therefore
Mr. Hobarts como to the conclusion
that ho would not bo n candidate
for tho legislature, wo doubt both his
ability and his candor. Mr. Kobarts
knows that Mr. Clements is not tho
greatest man in tho world. ITu must
know this; nltnost every person docs.
AVo do not tlonv that Mr. Clements is a
great muu. AVo would not deny this.
Ho is great by comparison with men
less great. Hut oven ltobarts cannot
convince us that ho is tho greatest man
in tho world. It is all well enough to
cull him tho brightest, best and most
beautiful son of Soutliorn Illinois ; but
it is unreasonable to expect us to be
liovo that ho is tho greatest man living.
Senator Logan is not doad ; President
CJrant still lives; Hismark continues
to breath ; the Hcv. D. $. Turncy has
not gathered tho drapery of his last
couch about him ; Mr. Pope has not
discontinued the business of lifo ; and
therefore it is unreasonable to ask us to
bolicvo that Mr. Clcmonts i? tho great
man of tho world tho bright part
icular star of tho American continent.
nlso to tho papcr-monoy Democrats
tho old Dick Richardson financial fools.
Tho Clcmonts convention raid by in
direction that it desired inllation, did
not want lo pay tho honest debts of
tho government and was opposed to the
policy ol returning to spieio payment
at tlin earliest possible moment. This
ought to plcaso tho anti-rcsuuiptiou
Democrats, and they ought lo fall upon
Isaac's neck and embrace him in n po
that ho can undo, the undoing of
which will result to his political advan
tage, ho will not undo. Ho is. indeed,
in all respects, tho willin'est littlo cuss
wo ever naw !
"THE AllKANSAS TFIAV-ELEIV
SKRTfJII OK TIIK MIT 01-' TIIK
I. ATK COI,. N A N I 'A I'AUt.K-
;;uu, tiik okioinai. hai'.-
UATOlt 01' TIIK l'Ol'lT-
as "Patro Mashcsto me confond do sa
pontoj" "Sho tcmaiidc pion pardon,
ziro;" 'Oomment so bortc-t-olle, sa
Mashesto" tho speaker undor tho Im
pression that ho was converting iu tho
languages of Thcophilo Oautier. Tho
thick tonguo beyond tho Rhino thus
wrestled with tho inconquerable, when
its owner had a good and laminar lang
uage in which lew can uxprcss thorn-
selves boiler than ho when so minded.
Hut Fashion and tho "Almanac do
(Jotha'' behiud it are inexorable, and
all silverstrickdom of Germany must
peak iu tho lauguago ot diplomacy.
CLAiVNAIlAN AND JUNE?.
The Republicans of the Filly.fir.it
senatorial district, on Thursday last,
nominated for tho legislature a gentle
man who will relied credit upon his
constituents. Ho is one of tho hand
somest men iu tho district a district
noted for tho personal beauty of its
lladical politicians ; u curled darling
like tho fellow who had n conversation
with a testy gentleman by the name of
Hotspur. He wears his hair in curls
or would if It wcro long enough.
An old maid is not moru proper, lis
youth he was the favorite child of his
mother, and his name is (.'lannuhan
Clautiahan is more comely than Jones,
Ills colleague on tho ticket, but Jones is
11 better eJugor. After hiri nomination
on Thursday ho seng, with fine ciTect,
before tho convention, Drake's "Amer
ican Flag," nnd returned thauks for
tho nomination in an original song
of great forco and beauty.
With Clanuahan to do tho beauty
for tho canvass and Jones to furnish
tho vocal music, tho Republicans of the
Pifty-first senatorial district may bid
defiance to tho Democratic party and
tho 0 rangers ; nnd whon C. and J.
have reached Springfield, look out for
wonders! About that time, tho Spring
field guardians and protectors of fo
males will begin to get their shot guns
into order, and their jealous eyes will
bo kept with great steadfastness on tho
comely features of tho shapely Clauna
ban ; and from tho hall of tho house
will ol'toti issue tho melodious voico of
the musical Jones debating in song tho
great questions of the hour. Thou
tho house will bo filled with music, as
Jones sings tho songs of tho day, and
Clannahau looks like Apollo and
draws his fivo dollars per day.
AVKregrctthatthoarticlo headed : "A
Pew Words," published iu Tiik Bui,-
l.ETl.v yesterday, was printed without
having passed under our "eagle eyo"
iu tho proof-sheet. The printer put
into it a paragraph wo marked out, ind
thus botchod the nrticlo dreadfully
If tho rcador only know tho wretched
lifo n mail must lead as proprietor of a
small daily newspaper, tho patroua;;o
of which is not sufficient to permit him
to biro "help," and in tho transaction
of the business of which ho is com
pelled to bo his own business manager
mechanical superintendent, political
editor, news editor, local editor, solo
roporter, proof-reader, general inter
viewer, and all that sort of thing if
tho reader only kuew tho wretched life
of such a mats, tho reader would Bym-
pathiso with us, or ho is as mean us 11
moon-baying dog. If we had but 11
thousand a year, GafTorGrccn,wo would
be happy und mako Tiik Uum.kti.n
"kiug ;" but we haveu't, and thorcforo,
as wo did yesterday morning, wc aro
often forced by an irresistible impulse,
after reading iu these columus what wo
did not intend to print, to stand upon
our head, kick at the hkies and curse
like a trooper
TIIK WILJJN' JilTTLll CPSS.
Alter nis nomination lor congress
by tho Republicans of this congres
eionnl district, last Thursday, at Mound
City, lion. Isaac Ulomeuts mado
Hpeocli, in which ho returned thanks
for the honor that had been conferred
upon him, aud attacked tho Democratic
party with much energy. Tho speech
wa.s a Mioocss. It hnd been carefully
prepared, and was spoken with proper
emphasis. At intervals it was
applauded by the convention.
After taking tho very proper posi
tion that our farmers ought to hliip
thoir grain to Europe by way of New
Orleans ; that the rivers should bo im
proved to that cud, and so forth, he
said : "1 will support all tlicje meas
ures with all the ability I possess. 1
know I do not possess much ability, but
I am tho williu'cst little cuss you ever
This assertion by Mr. Clements has
raised mm in our opinion, auu wo
cheerfully subscribe to his opinion of
himself. Do is a willin' littlo cuss
AVhou thcro wore certain payments
of .salary grab to bo grabbed beforo
tho time whon Mr. Clements look his
scat iu congress, he grabbed them. lie
was tho williu'cst littlo cuss wc over
AVhen ho had an opportunity to vote
for tho modified grab law, and thus
mako possible the retention iu his own
pocket of n portion of the grab, he
Toted. lie was the willin'est little cuss
wo ever saw.
Utile Itocl. Clselto, AU(UI f'-l
.Yesterday afternoon "r city was
.shocked over tho news of tho death of
Col. Sandy Faulkner, who died at his
rosidnnco, on tho enrnor of Commerce
and Fifth streets, nt :J o'clock' of gas
A hriet skoteh of his life will not be
uninteresting. Col. Faulkner was born
in Georgetown, Scott county, Kentucky,
March II, lHOIi, and was soventy-ouc
vears of :il'o at his death. Ho camo to
Arkansas in 1 HUD, nnd settled in Chicot
county, 011 tho Mis-i.ippi river as .1
cotton nlanter. In I'.t. Colonel
Faulkner (.with hit father, tho late
Nicholas Faulkner, a Virginian by
liirlli 1 took un his ri-ideueo in Littlo
Itonk. Iioconiinir tho owner of another
place on tho Arkansas river, below this
L'ltV. JlO (1IMU;CU Ui MUIJI UlUlllilllUIia
beforo his death. Tho wife of the de
ceased passed away beforo him, iu June'
1S1. His family consisted of four
children, two sons aud two daughters.
Tho eldest son, h. V. I'aulkner, .lr., is
now in California, whero he has resided
for the past hltccn years. His other
children aro Mrs. iJuclianan, residing
at Lcwisburg, Conway county; Mrs.
Bailie F. Trapnall and Philip T., both
of whom resided with their lather.
Tho deceased will bo buried at four
o'clock this afternoon from tho Christ
On tho 2i'.th f July, Col. Paulkncr
win baptised by Rev. T. 15. hoc. aud
and with God beforo him, his death
It is well-known throughout the
Southwest that Col. I'aulkner was tho
original pcrsonator of tho "Arkansas
Traveler, and it was Ins prulo to lie
known as such. The story, it is said,
was founded on :i littlo incident which
occuried iu tho campaign of 1810,
when he made a tour of tho Stato in
company with Hon. A. II. Sevier, Gov,
Pulton. Chester Ashley and Gov. Yell
One day, iu tho Boston mountains, the
party approached a squatter s lor in
formation of the route ; Col. "Sandy'
was made spokesman's of the company
and it was upon his witty responses
the tune and story were founded. Un
the icturn to l.ittlu Rock, a grand
bantiuet was "iven in tho famous "bar
room" which used to stand near tho
Anthony House, and Col. "Sandy
was called on to phiy tho tune aud tell
tho storv. Afterward it grow in popu
larity. When ho subsequently went
to New Orleans, tho famo of tho "Ar
kansas Traveler" had gono beforo him,
aud at a banquet, ani.i'l cUnkinjr
glasses and brilliant tuats, ho was
handed a violin by tho then gov
ernor of Louisiana, and requested
to favor Uiein with tho favorite Arkan
sas tunc At the old St. Charles
H ojtel a special room was devoted to
his -uso, bearing iu gilt letters over tho
door "Arkansas Traveler.''
During tho war between tho states
Col. Faulkner was captain of ordinance
at tho ar.-enal in this city, until the
place was abandoned to tho federals.
Fromhero ho went to Tyler, Texas,
whero ho still held the position of or
dinance officer. At the close of the
war ho was at Marshall, Texas, but re
turned to this city. He was coinpli
lnen'cd at tho first term of tho existing
legislature by tho naming after him of
the new county oj I'aulkner.
At the convening ol the present
constitutional convention he was
elected door keopor, which position,
together with magistrate for Pulaski
county, ho held at tho time of his
Throughout the stato his death will
bo sorely felt, for ho was a good man,
tho very center of a brilliant social
circle, esteemed and beloved by all
who knew him.
WHOLESALE AND RKTA1L
TRAIN 12 D SHEPHERD DOGS. Ij
Sheep raisers in California havo an
ingenious system for training dogs to
guard their flocks. In Southern Cali
fornia one uiay wander for miles, and
sec thousatidsof sheep without a single
shepherd to watch them, but around
each flock halt a dor.cn dogs. 1 ncso
havo the cutiro care of tho sheep, drive
them out to pasture in the morning,
keep them from straying duringjtho duy,
and bring thorn homo at night. These
animals have inherited a talent lor keep
ing the sheep, and this talent is culti
vated in tho following way : AVhen a
lamb is born, or tho shophcrdi have a
pup which they want to train, the lamb
Is taken lrom his mother, she not being
allowed to sco her offspring, and tho
puppy is put in its place, und tho sheep
suckles it. When tho puppy grows old
cimoirh to eat meat, it is fed in the
morning anil sent nut with the sheep.
It stays with them because it is accus
tomed to be with its foster-mother ; but
it cannot eat with them, aud, a they
get full the dog gets hungry. Atlenght,
impatient to return, in hopes to got its
meat, tho dog begins to tease and worry
tho mother, and finally starts her to
ward homo ; thoy others follow, aud
thus tho lloclc is brought in. II they
nre brought homo too early, or tho dog
comes without them, he gets punished
111 some way ; and thus, by taking ad
vantage of thoir instincts nnd appetite,
these dogs aro trained to a great statu
of perfectucss, aud become invaluable
to the owner ol largo tloeks.
Mill) U LIVER
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, l'ei'fiiniorv, Soups, brushes,
Toilctt Articles, Druggist's Fancy (ioods, Collier "White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, rtix Flower -Material, Trie Colors, Dye
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wu Solicit correxpomlencc nnd orib'rx Irem Driiif-M.", l'liyMrlutii and Ocnnral hloroi
In want nt (lomls In our l.lnn. Stenmlmiit, I'laulntlon ntnl Kuinily .Mrdlvluu c.im: turn-Ulit-d
or Kcllllfd with Reliable. l)rilH at J(ciun:il)lu Ituti'H'
WHOLESALE & KETAIL, RETAIL & 1'llEf CM1T10N.
71 Ohio I.ovpp. AVahInglon Ate. por. Ulgiitli St.
Mr. Ike Kelly, of l'crry, who was a
doloatc iu tho Clements convention
at 31ouud City last Thursday, offered
a resolution, that the Republican party
favor reform of all the abuses of thu
public offices. Thu couvention laid
tho motion to adopt the resolution on
tho table. Tho convention was not in
favor of tho correction of public
Mr. Kelly also asked tho convention
to resolve that thu Itepublicau party of
this congressional district is iu favor of
lessening tho number of tho public of
fices and lopping offexcossivo expenses.
Tho couvontiou laid thu motion to
adopt this resolution on the tabic also.
Tho convention wai not in favor of re
ducing tho number of tho public of
fices uor of lesscniug excessive pnblic
Mr. Kelly also asked tho couvon
tiou to resolve that tho Ucpublicans of
Mr. Clements' district aro opposed to
inflation. Tho convention icfuncd.
Mr. Kelly also asked tho convention
to resolve iu favor of tho houeat pay.
merit of tho jmbllo debt. The conven
The Clements convention, iu view
of the refusal to do tho things Mr.
Kelly usked it to do, ought to cam
mend itself to not only tho Radical
hangers-on at tho flesh potti of tho
State and National governments, but
Whon he was ordered by his politi
cal guardian to support tho civil rights
bill, tho enactment of which would bo
a most dangcrcus precedent, ruinous to
tho welfare of tho colored race, ho sup
ported it. Ho was told he would get
votes by supporting it, nnd ho did sup
port it. Ho was tho willin'est littlo cuss
wo over saw.
Whon ho was commanded by his
political guido to become the advocate
of irredeemable paper, ho became its
advocate. Ho was tho williu'cst littlo
cuss wo over taw.
When -Mr. l'opo told him ho might
go back to congress if he would retain
Col. McKeaig in tho Cairo postof
fice, ho clostd tho bargain, lie was
tho williu'est littlo cuss wo ever saw.
When I'hillis and Yost, also seekers
after the postmastcrship of Cairo,
sought Mr. Clements, and told him
thut this ring business had to bo
broken up that ho had bettor drop
tho MoKoaig hot potato, ho said to
them: "I can't just now; but I will ;
just keep mum; I'm the williu'cst
littlo cues you ever saw."
Aud he is. There is nothing iiu
can do that will result to his own po
litical udvantago ho will not do ; thcro
is nothinghe can leave undone, tho leav
ing undone of which will result to his
political advautago ho will not leavo
undono; there is nothing ho has done
THU KMl'HKOlt WILLIAM
'nrri'pondt'nri of the New York Tribune.
Kms, July 10. The Herman em
peror was not niggard in showing him
self to the public while here, lie took
the sacramental -I baths nnd 01!
glasses lor his asthma, and louuged
about the Kursaal Hm ur three tunes
a day. Ho always appeared with an
aido-do-caaip, who marched a yard be
hind him to tho left, as if the distance
wcro measured, and whrn tho sovereign
addressed the follower ho did not turn
his hoad.btit gae the aside of tho stage,
l'eoplo bowed right and loft as he ad
vanced, the women curtseying. Tho
monarch touched tho brim of his hat,
but did not remove it, nnd occasionally
only shook hU ennoattho gentle sex by
way of salutation, in marked contrast
to tho omperor of Kussia, who, when
hero, took oil hi hat with tho sweep
and emprc-seinciit of a l'arisian. Hero
and thcro the Herman sovereign Mopped
before a group and chatted a moment,
when those addressed manifested much
emotion tho cup of joy ran over.
Itisono of thonfiectatioiiB of (lornian
royality to speak only l-'rcnchiud when
his majesty talked to his subjects it
was iu that tongue. Indeed, so far as
1 can learn, a (icnuaii word never es
caped his lips nor thoso of his followers
during his stay. Tho ( lormaii was ig
nored as if it had been Sanskrit. The
subjects who held colloquy with tho
head of tho natiuu or tho huit thereof
wcro obliged to rise to the lingual level
of (jcrman cuurt society or hold their
poaeo and miss tho honor of an ex
ohaugo of words. This effort to employ
tho medium decreed by otin,uotto occa
sionally furnished a ludicrous side to
tho interview granted by his majesty
as ho passed through the Kursaal, tho
German tonguo turning oiTsuch phrases
All cuannbous oruptioni on the faco or
AX IM1TKK CONDITION OF
and tliN may, or may not lie Souoki'I.a; but
in I'ltlirr c.io tliu UUrasi' U nutliin niorx
tliuu an iNSiiuors l'olso.N that
IIUUNS I, IKK X Ti'.UKUlLK FIKK,
as It course through the veins. owliij; seed
ol death vtiih every pul-ation.
In tltls ronditiun ol things eomctliln' Is
needed at onto to eleano the li'ood aud
SCOVILL'S HLOOD AND
will positively cllect till" desideratum, cx-
ltfUlnt; nvorv ttui! of iuw. trom tim 1.I...I0
and ) stem, and leaving the skin
.SOFT, FAIlt AND BKAUTIFUL.
Hundreds of :i-rtIllcuti- attit lt value.
I'rli'u 1 per liottle.
JOHN F. IIKNlt V, CTJtRAN & CO.,
S and ! College l'Jacc, New York
ALSO I'HOritlKTOltS OF
Hall's ll'tlnam for the I.unx-, Caiholle Salvo,
l.uilj Carbolic IroetiuH, Oxygen
ated JllttLTs tor DvHpepda,
Dr. Uojjer's Vegetable Worm
Syrun. Dr. Ilemiutt.s Sure Death to
ltats, .Mice, and Vermin, ltusia Hair Dye,
i.ie., i.ic., no.
l'Olt SALH 15 Y
HEAL EATASTK AUKSOI.
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO.
50 Ohio Levcc - - CilRO, XIIS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho PlanUrri Uoiuc U lucatnl on Ohio Lcycu Street in
CLOSE .PROXTiM ITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMHOT LANDINGS
And in the Center of the liusiness I'm lion ol the City. Tho House is new
nnd complete in all its appointments. 'flu- rooms, ore large and airy, besides
being elegantly furnished ami carpeted. Guests will rceeivo courteous treat
ment ami tho best of nccoiniuodatioiH.
Transient Guests 8- Ihm Day. Day Jj"arlfr.s $'20 per Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
Oll'iM-oil for S.ili- :it
GREAT REDUCTION IS PRICES
Anil l.nmt Agents o( the IlllnoU Central anJ
ItiirllnjjKm stmt Mltourl It. It, Con.
Norlh ('or. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Lkvkk, (Second Floor,)
imv nun sen ui;m, kstatk. ray
KurnMiPH Aliitruds of Title,
Cor., 8th St. and Commercial Ave.
BLEACH HID MUSLINS
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
JAPANESE SILKS, SILK. POPLINS,
ALPACAS, G PtENADINES.
LAHGE STOCK OK WJriTK GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Mnrsaillcs and a Largo Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Stock will bo sold at Actual Cost, and continue until it is
Call and bo convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS, STRICSTIalT GASH.
RoM. Wood & Co
11SI0 KIDClli AVHNUK
i'ountuliiH, Vases, Animals. Iron Stairs,
I.ampirosts Stalilo Fitting 3.
3AST. wrought; wire railings
NKW ami IMI10 VKl'I) CHAIll foriboatres,
Concert ami Lecture lUlln.
Aud a Gouoral Assortment of Orna
mental Iron Work.
KMImatoi ami detnH senton pii Ilea
Ustlng the claw ol work Utslrod.
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.
Takes groat jileasiiM In nnnoiiii"lnj,' t
they aro now iirep.ireil to cupnly ourylmily
with lake leeoftliu very best quality, either
at their uoui.c oral tho Mori. Order
Hhoulil b Ml at tho ollkc, No, no .ililo
tf il.ir btiito Kt.
The mo.- litnowtuil Specialist . the Agt, In tf
trt'ilmnitorVl'.lVATi:, VltnCXIO ami mil
.v u: r jit,i:.sns, svui.x.ir. wrakxesj.
'.'h rtmlt (frarlr U4lJcr(tUDa or frtbrr autei, pwlucln
M.Riow.NKss. rtri.r.a ox tiik vc, avkrvionto
r-ouirr, ;ii'aiiu:u mcut, loss uruouv o
MtKIIOon 1T.IU CKTI.Y Cmiin. tUtt tllEiM 01"
III'UICII, UrrRATl'Kn.lUi.ilritMiiltbthula rr.loi
iiUlLnr Uoti luirr. uti nut. h;. Th Jyillmrbt
torukirUcQ. TLi'lr nature, cuo o4 eun. I'rto &0 c.nu,
ntUftjLIn.vaU-lcuwloM. I.ftdJ.a rvqulrlng iurilcklKlJt
bfjical Bttcntniu cr lr1c mj ctlltr 44rta Om dicur.
KitiLI. rui 1J.-4 vrlth TltU rirlucDli, Utri, iiua.
Ukii' Cum UuukuUud. ItutUrMvwdivaLauJ.
HjLIAM H. SMITH, M, D.
ltlMU)Ki:OK No. 31, Thtrtomiib street
'jotwetn Wattilnston aviinuu ami Walnu
llrciit oilliso 12ii coimnonilul 'avenuo, up
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