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CAIRO & VINCENNES.R. R
.... nno jMMcwAim
J fVT. PHILLIP
f BKTTfEEN S
OAIBO, EVANSYILLE, INDIAN
AI'OLlH, UlNOINNATI AND
frawwHav wfubpt, t'; ni - 'i" rj .,('. ' r;,'r ;
FOUIiTEEK 110UH3 I".ACH WAV, AND
ALL DAYLIGHT Ill'N.S.
ItUNNINU THIIOUOU WITHOUT
Indianapolis ami Cincinnati Kvirni,
Leave Cairo ..6:00 A. M
Arrive -arm I 10K).'i "
Via St. Loo In and Southeastern 11. It.
Arrives Kvansvllle .lit.lr. r.
Arrive Vlner tin 12:15 "
YU JnJlan:i)oli ittut ill i-i.hi - It. It.
ArrlvM IndlunapolU li m.
Via Ohio ami Mississippi II. It.
Arrives North Vernon , r:3 p. m.
Anivr Cincinnati, N:00 "
Arrives Louisville 8:30
Cairo Kxpre, '
Leaves Indianapolis 8) A. St.
Leaves 'rincinnatl H:.V)
J.eavc l.oiiUvlllo (WW "
Arrives' Vlnccimci...., sao v. m.
Leave Vlncetioca '.':.V)
Leaves Kvaiisvlllc 12:10
Arrlvci Canal Oft) '
Arrives Cairo 10:30."
wonxn mrr accoumopatios.
caves Cairo MM ami 6:00 I'. M.
' Mound Oily 1:10 and 6:10 "
Mound City accomodation leaves Cairo
Wednesday and Saturday.
Making cloio connection to and from all
points D.nt and North, at Indianapolis and
Cincinnati, and to and Ironi all point"
ruuth and West ol Cairo hy rail and
11. II. Goormicii, H. L. Mobiiim.,
Oen'l Ticket Ag't. Uemral Sup't.
ILLINOIS OKNTKAL KA'.HOAD.
TliAI.NH LKIVE CAIIIO
Wall at li:lla.m., Dally.
jCxpraau :i-M p.m., "
freight a if) a.m.,... except Sunday
Freight at lluV a.ui "
Freight at .... 10 p.m " "
Mall at a.m., ..Dally
Kipren at p.m.,. ...except Sunday
Freight at ."-.AO a.m...... except Monday
Freight at,....li.-05 tun., except .Sunday
Freight at 7) p.tn "
ire 2-tMf. .Jamkjs Johnkox, Agent.
" TIME TABLE
iT. I.OUIS MUX MOUNTAIN
AND SOUTIIKItX KAIM10AD.
Orunthuiei arrive at and depart Iroiiithf
ofllra uorncr Bcventh street and Coiumsr
rial Avenue a follow
Trxaa Kxprcii leave 1:00 a.m. Arrives
3:30 a. in.
C'hirlcstou Accointnodatlon Iravea lOifU)
a.m. Arrive IMS a. in.
Columbia Accomodation leaves 4:00 p. in.
Arrival 1:3& p. m.
rwKfrvo-ofit nouns i.rs than nv any
Tim from Cairo to Little llock, 13houra.
To Texarcann 23 Iioura.
To Jefferson, Tcxni, S3 hour.
To Monaall M lioun.
To Sbrevrport, Louisiana, 20 bourn.
To Hallaa, Texat, 30 hour.
To Hearne, Tciai, 38 bourn.
To Doattoa, Tfxa,4 1 hour.
To Oalveaton, Txai 41 bourt.
D. Axtkli., Chief Knclneer.
C. W. llKQDKMnol'itu, Ageut, Cairo.
i. s : L. L." . 'u J-J - J
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TOKNEV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offilco Over Vint National llanV. n-lf-8m
J7hn 11. Mulkcy. William C. JluiUey.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oinieo: F.lL'bth itrrct lietwoen Coinmer
clal and Wublncton avenue 5-H-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Clllbcn, OAIHO, lUS.
EJThpcclal ultentlon kIvcii to Admiralty
Mid Hlcimtioat hlisiioc.
OflJce : Ohio Levee, Ilosmt .7 and S ove
Cltv National Hank
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Vomer Twallth itreet and WuhlnztonAve
J. C. HUELS.
(Late ot 8t. Louli,):
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
I1I.ANK 1JOOKS of every deicrlptlou
donu with tieatnc! and dUpatch, All kinds
of ruling done nt hnrt notice, lllhleo,
Murlr, Magnzlncx unit 1'eiiodlcaln hound
neat and ul the lmve.t pos'-lbli) ratea.
CountY work, auch a lti'coidi, Docket
Keu liookH, Ulaiik, etc.. nudu a c''?lalt y
J!oxc, l'orket llooki, l.nvclopi, etc , inapt;
TLobt Wood & Oo
Fountains. Vnses, AulmnlH. Iron Stairs,
Iigmn.rosia, niunio ruuiiK.i,
DAST. WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
' Concert and Lecturo 1U1U.
And a General Assortment of Orna
ratntal Iron 'Work
SO Ohio Lcvcc -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Propiietor-
ThoJ'lantar'a Houjc is located on Ohio L-ctcc Street in
POTS AND-STEAMBOT LANDINGS
AuJ in the Center of the Iiugincn Portion of the City. 1 ho IIouso U now
and complcto in oil its appointment!!. The rooms, aro luruo and airy, besides
being elegantly furnished nnd carpeted. Guests will receive courteous treat
ment and the beat of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watcb for Trains
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Cor,, 8th St. and Commercial Ave.
DOMESTICS, SI EEEITNGS,
PRINTS, BLEACHED MUSLINS
GUSTO HA MS, CRETONES,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
JAPANESE SILKS, SILK POPLINS,
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Marrfnilles nnd a Large Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Stock will be sold at Actual Cost, and continue until it is
Call and bo convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS, STRICTLY CASH.
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
HOLLOW WARE &0-,
MaiuiUcturcr and Jobber of
TIN, BHKKT IKON and COITEU-,
unipi, lilnl CaRi'n. lop Cream Kicecj:
wntor ronu'i-K, wim uioui lor win
dow SiTcns-Janani'il Wine,
Cnttring and Jol) Work
MADH A SPKCIALITY.
Agent lor tho
Garry Iron Roofing Co,
.Tho bent Iron Hooting In the Mnrkct.
rsm Abroad will Ketch c I'ronuii
one with Dlipatuh and Wuiran
vrV dtoielve Satlifuctlon.
A DAY nuABANTrrn
"Jja WELL AUGER AND
WMfcuii ruoM uoviBNopi
CAIRO, ILLINOIS) SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1874.
- CAIFO, IlalaS
TO RAILROAD DE
Day Boarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
Of 111!! GOODS
for Sale at
THE CAIIIO CITY
ire prepared to atipply ciutomer.
with the Dust
l.EAVK OUI1KUS AT
GTIIullMuy Uro.V olUee, Xo. TO
UTTTAt KlVllllan 5IIIN? nr
I ICij'At the euul dmnp, foot ol
Stil Ininsemsnta io hm Consuners
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real zest a tb
And Land AifuH ot tho Illinois Central and
, Itm UnVtWu ami lliourl It, It. Cos,
Nortb (Jor. Sixth and Ohio Lcvco,
7 D. JlatlitiM (, tjj,,
MATHUSS &, UHL,
Korwanlliig & (Icncrai
Onio Levke, . Caiiio, It.i.a.
,.. . ,
EFFECT OE SENATOk
SCHURZ' SPEECH IN
United States Marshal Pack
ard on the Defensive.
CORRESPONDENCE BE i WEEN
PACKARD AND GEN
EMORY - '
Why Gov. KelloKPj Deserted" Tiio
BEX VT'IKUI. CONVENTION.
Cahlinvile. I i.i.s., Soptombor 25.
Tba anll-moaopolltts of thli, tho fortieth
itnatorlal diitnct, cornpoieJ of Micoupla
and Jeney counties, nt tbolr joint convon
tiou hold at Brighton, nominated W. II.
Cor of tbli county tor ropreientativc.
KELLO'JOS IiKaERTION Of THE STATE
New Orlea-ns, t3pt. 25. Tho Pica
yune of tolay contains tho following :
Kvon Koll'i U entitled to a fair hear
ing and doluuc againat unjutt imputa
tions. Ono of theio, procotdlng from hit
party alliei ,ii io potent and flagrant that
we leel bound to lay a word-In bit behalf
Tbli ll the chargo of cswarillou in the
particular act of hit abandonment of tho
itato-boiiie beforo an advancing ntiny of
10,000 armoi cltixene. In Waihlngton
City and all over tba North, tho oxtreme
Kadlc&li complain that ho did remain at
tho ttate-houso and meet tba enoniy on
the trtshbold, iTvord in hund, nnd p'eriih
liko a man in defonce of bit righta and
governmont. Thoio fugaciom and mena
clout permnagei, violin. Wcit, Durroll,
Lowoll, Kenham et al., nro etpscially cm
ptatlo In condflinnalloa of the putillanim
ity of Kellogg. It li quite it noat answer
ot Kollogg to all the cheap display of
Spartan heroism Trhtn in hit telegram to
West bo r.grtts the alliance of bit sang
uinary frloudt in tho moment of his gteat
peril. They would, doubtless, havo con
ttltutod powortul body-guard to support
him In the reprcductlon at the St. Louii
hotel of that ditinal and heroic trace Jy in
which Thocdoro ot Abyssinia end 1 hit
carter In a way worthy of un emporor.
UIS Cr HOLD IX US FOB POLITICAL I'lTH-
The following correspondence explains
marshal vackasu to urn. emohy.
llajor-Ceneral W. H. mory, Command
ing tho Department of tho Gulf, Nivr
Sir : I brg to cnll your attention llrst,
to an extract of tho'spsoch of United
States Senator Schurz at St. Louis last
night, ns follows :
"He then referred to tho fact that an
eloction for a nw loi-islaturo is impend
ing, arid that United States troops aro
Inure prolesscdly to enlorcu tho laws io
tbat election; but whether they will bo
utud ioipartiully or not, will dapend upon
who controls tliem. This control will ho
in a great measuro In the hands of United
Btstos Marshal Packard, w ho, besides bo
iog marshal, was ouo of tho principal ac
complices of .1 ml go Durroll and Kellogg
in ttieir usurpation of two years ago, Hud
is now tho managing spirit of the state
central cammittee ot the Keltog party
This is not a fit porson to con
trol United SUtos troops to ho
used in that election. It Is of the bigheit
importance that especially undor tho ex
isting circumstances tho poople of Louisi
ana should not havo only a fair election,
but also that thoy should bo maJe to fuel
that they havo one.The past performances
and present (unctions of Mr. Packard are
cot calculated to inspire confidence. I am
suro the whole country would applaud an
ordor from t'm president rolioving Pack
ard of bis oillclal duties, and tbo substitu
tion of a man of such character tbat
everybody will boliovo him IncnpaMo of
abusing bis power for partisan ends."
Sosond ; To the communication of the
commilteoof seventy through K. II. Marr,
chairman, to tho president of tho Unltod
States, under dsto of September, 187-4 :
lloru follows in Packard's communica
tion to General Emory, tbo resolution and
appeal protesting against placing at tho
dltpotnl of tho nttornoy-senoral United
Stales troops for tho purposo of assisting
tho marshal of this dittrir.t, S. 11. Packard,
In carrying on prosecutions ogaint tho peo
ple of Louisiana and requeuing Packard's
removal from olllco on account ot his vio
lent partisanship, etc., anJthon Mr. Pack
ard continues :
My purpose in culling your attontlon
to thuio matters is to inquire of you
whether 1 have at any time tinco you
have bean In command of the department
of the gulf, uicd, or attempted to uso or
cenlrol the United Statos troops for polit
ical purpose, In any manner whatever;
and also wbotber or not you have ob
served in our ollloial relations and any
thing which, In your opinion, justifies tbo
imputation, and charges set forth by
Senator bchurz and the committee of J70.
Vry reipoctfully your obedient ser
vant, . li. A-ACKABD,
U. ti, Martbul.
(1INERAL EM0UV 0 ANSWKK.
QlXOQUARTXKt Dfc'r'T OK Tint Gl'LF, 1
Nrt Ohlkanb, Sept. 25, 187-t.
To S. K. 1'acliftrd, Esq., U. H. Marshal :
Hut la reply to your nolo of this dato,
I hve 3 state, aid that emphatically,
that slnca 1 havo been in command of this
department you or no one else has used
or attempted to uso or control the Umti
States troops for political purposes in any
manner. Tnero ns Deon nothing In our
ofllcltit relation to justify the cha'ge that
you design to uso tbo troops for po
litical purposes or hate ever done bo and,
if. you do desire such use l do not too how
you are to uso them for any such purpoie,
for be assured auy such attempt would bo
pruiupuy suu uiiiHo'iin.vijr rosenteu by
tbo olUcers. Thcso who matos aunh
charges are totally Ignorant ef the charac
ter of tho recular troops and tho imllr..
nation tbat would attend any attempt to
uiniuum turpouiicai piiipiuui.
Very respectfully, yours ob'dt servant,
, w . u. iSMonr.
The ttate'central cbmmlttoe of the peo
ple' party bad a meeting this tvonlng
Ketolutiont wero finally adoptep to go
Into the Novemter election with ipltlt
and energy. Ths propriety of not voting
wai Uicuied, but the majority n;alnt
thli proportion wa overwhelming. Tqo
parih committee participated In the
Riol nnd Incendiarism of
TERRIBLE MURDER BY A
FATAL RECONTRE AT
- jjiXoXJiVB laxjtxiJAlilsjf.
PmatiOBO, Hcptembcr'iS. Latt even
ing nn affray occurred at Hand's Liurol
Hill mines and Daniel McDonald t Ita
lian, on tho l'an-liandlo railroad, between
tbo Italians and striking coal miners.
Piretrms were freoly used, but so far as
can be ascertained only twe strikers were
slightly iojurod. At "J o'clock nine framo
bulliing dwolllngs, owntd by liuntiman,
Miles ii Co , at tbo Port Pitt mines, six
miles cast of McDonald's, wero totally de
stroyed by tiro. Twelve other buildings
wero on Are but extinguished before doing
any damego. Tho outside woather board
ing of these was saturated with carbon oil.
Lois $4,000; insurance 12,500. Ho cluo
to the perpetrators has been discovered.
Ail is now quiet and the Italians will com
tneiico work in the pits io-morrow.
At 1 o'clock this morui' the operator
at McDonald's station top ' the firing
of a musketry at liriar III. ooal mines,
half a mile c ast of McDonald's, but cannot
glvo any definite Information. It Is pro
able tbat a colllsslon has occurrod,botwcen
tho Italians and the'mlners.
Cairo' III., Sept, 2C.
At Carhondalo this afternoon Parish II,
Hrush of the firm of llrush it Cochran,
grocers, was shot dy Samuel Anderson,
tbe;rcsult of a quarrel, The bullet took
efTict in tbo leftside inflicting a dange
rous if not fatal wound, Anderson it in
jail. Fc UTery strong against tb
prisoner, LOl'ovocatlon was trifling-
boy iunu. r nr his coitPANiorJ
CoLCMnu.4, 0- Sept. 25. Otby Dew of
Nolionvlllo, a boy 10 yoan old, went
bunting yesterday with Jam .tlf, a boy
10 years old. In the orenicg b'olf return
ed homo alone, saying bis oompmion had
gono aftei the cows bat would return soon
As young Dew did not return bis pa-intt
became alarmed, and upon making sefch
bis dead body was found In afield covered
op with rubbish. A terrible wound in the
shoulder and breast of the boy told tbo
story ot Ills uestu. belt told sevoral con
tradictory storioj, but finally admitted
that during a struggle for the gun he shot
now, but no says by accident, no bas
loan placed under arrest.
YV'atseka bas tho hay fever.
Tuicola has an elevator association.
Kockford has begun to build water
A ne"w Presbyterian church is being
built, at Chenoa.
Tho farmori of Lawrence county ure
planting an unusual area of fall wheat.
The pooplo of Union county aro to
votoon tho question af township organi
zation in November.
l'rof. A. H. Worthen, stato goolot-iit,
Is makelng a professional survey of Kith
At Kock Island, on tho 19th, great
damage was dono by a heavy storm of
wind and rain, but no lives lost.
A colorod minister located in Hen
nepin is In trouble, tllo bas been looking
at engravings with a lady member of his
Tho school directors of Kdwardsvlllo
havo a suit In their bauds on account of
ejecting two colored pupils from tbo
school of that place.
Fiftoen doctors ministered to tho ills
thutUeh Is heir to, and twelve lawyers
settle dlrtputoi for a consideration, in Ul
ney. This Is counting big, little and a
Mr.T- P. Lowry has retired from
the Lawrencovillo Parmer's Union, vThe
namo of tho papur lias boen changed to
tho Dooiocrattu Herald, and Mr. H. !
Kowltnl has bicomo proprietor. Mr.
Mohatl'y romalns as publisher.
-Mr. John Whitsett, of Prosmntlon.
Morcer county, 111,, will havo a public
salo of short horn cattle in October, and
after tbat, visit England and Ireland for
the purpose of Importing somo of tho tame
Tho people of Cenlralla ato in trou-
blo. Their coal shaft has reacbtd a depth
of 40 feet, tholr money Is exhausted, and
only a three foot vein of ooai has been
found. An ouorl is being ma-Jo to raise
funds to push tho shaft deeper.
Ono Curry sued a Mrs. Holt for'
breach ot promiso of marriage la Wayne
county, and last week tho suit was com
promised by Mrs. Holt giving Curry
sorrel ruaro. He can curry tbo mare
more, but alas! be will never Curry Mis.
IX. it was evidently not ins bost Holt.
A Uraidwood miner, named Chirks
Kedmond, was killed on tho loth in Jo-
lict, on the Chicago, Alton and St. Louis
railroad track, near the Hickory creek,
bridge. He was run ovor hy tho construc
tion train, whilo walking on tho track in
an intoxioated condition. Tbo verdict of
tbo coroner's jury oxonorates tbo railroad
company from all blamo
Tho Uautral Illinois Horticultural
Society has complotod its organization at
Peoria, undor the now stato law providing
for tbree soclotios, to bo called the North
ern Central and Southern. Tho following
otllcors wore elcclod: President, '!'. Hut
terworth; vice preildont, Ur. A. G.
Humphroy; socrotary, D. II. Wior:
treasurer, A. Dunlan. Tho first annual
mooting will ho held in Peoria, Do, '., at
0 o'clock a. M., bolng tho first day or tbo
meeting of the State Horticultural Society
WOOLOTT'B. PAIN PAINT
Caret nil Ultnlsjol palafs. Forsalo by
FINN AND METZ
Bristol & StUwdl
Famil y Grocers,
Keep ovory thing pertaining to tho
lino ol' Staple and Fnnoy Groceries,
Wootlcnwarc, Vcgotahlcs, Fnt'ttn, &c,
.AW ts 7ic time to vol 'our liulbt for
rarly winter Ftmcctt. Wc have a itock
of finer Dutch Jivlht for winter ami
rpring btoonung than ever Orjorc ojeretl,
imported from Holland for the
autumn trade of 1S7-1, hy I). M. Ferry
it- (a. J hty can lr rrlmt on m choice.
A variety oj
We tcill fiirnhk catalogues contain
ing directions for culture and manage
ment of the above, free, on application.
117 take orders for anything in the
line oficintrr gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
B. F. PARKErt,
(Successor to Parker k Make,)
PAINTS & OILS
' WINDOW SHADES
And llic celehmicd Illuminating
ISrcii' Utiildlng, 11th St. & Uomerclal Av
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
V-'1'' Oltl'ATI.Y IMl'KOVUD In form
V of tho chws, mid tho iniiro ooiupleti
shleldirg of tho parM mibJect to wnr, by
metal plnUw, making Iheiu wear Kiva
timks Art i.o.Nii, and ilo the work faster and
easier than any other hilikcr. Made of the
very licit call leather, in font' aUes, right
and left haiideil. Samples sent prepaid on
receipt ot price. Half cloves. ifl,H ful
L'lovi-s. nor nail'. Liberal discount In
iiiautltlei. A"-k vour inerehant, or nddrcka
ir.. . til vuvi i I Jw I.- f.f
is os fyccftucl o remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
aa the Sulphate In the same doecs, while tt affttt$
the iteaa less , is more uuauiuia anu rnuc. rnrucr.
fiMil for descriptive Circular wltli Ttttimonlals
j A'Afsictana iroui nil isrts ui .ia
Rimnl. nlrklff.. fr trial. ?5 ttDU.
VrrvwrA by Ilil.I.lMla. CI.&1V i. CO., Alanufs-
rarliiu C'htmliu, notion, tuu,
$1,000 PER WEEK
CAN bo iii.idohy noy suiart man who can
);ecp IiImIiihIiicss to hluuelf. Addrc
D. 1'. IimiM.YN'N, llnhoken, N. J.
I,ntU 1-K.k.c.., I'.k. U.I. nM r uny r.nK
Kl-t.kt C.U.t ..llb.Hl -bvK. Tiia KiwihoI
M .7m Hum.Mfti .tf .... Ka. V.... T I
A GENTS WANTED SfflSS
MJlU-IUl'Ul.ll.-j AND TUB PKUPJUe.
Every Granger wants It. It Is original
mm pnniiiuo. Atiurcsa, for itmn, co-ur-KUATIVE
I'Ult. C(., Cincinnati. St. Iuls,
cm on new linos wblcii wo aro turnlsblnz
wituoporaiors, aisiiary irom vuu io iuu
per month. Bond lor circulars. Addrcn
m. . iti,t()KAru iainutx, Jtnci
Asastfi A WI1CK' guaranteed to Malo and
linn Female Agent 111 their locality.
I I Cost iiutliliig to try It. Partial
11 I lsrsfree. V. O. VK'KKIlY.tCO.,
W Augii'ta. Mo.
Prqirepued to forward all kinds of
Freight to all p'oinlaV -
taritiulnf m attended to promptly.
And Da!er Ju
Liinc, Cement, Plaster, ilair,. Ac
t3Tl Will sell In C.ir load lntH at mintifir.
ttircrs price, adding freight.
COFFBI, HARRISON & UO
IBuccottore Vo U. Uutd Hom. ,
ri.OUa,OBAl2l ASB HATj
So 63 Ohio Lv, OAIHO. ILLS
Wood Rittenhotm B0tkr
Oknkrai. Commission Iebciiant; '
133 Ohio Lcvco, CJaito.
U. A. Thorns 0.1 . TMSt
THOlia k BROTHER,
Suceesosri to ill JU.BuIab,
C0U11ISSI0N MEHCHAWTS, BR0KIR
AMD DMALXB4 f IS
UlAple and Faner OtocorlM,
foreign and DomotUu
184 Commercial Avenue,
JOAJ UP, . . ILLINOIS.
WKW XOKK. Ol'OiiiS,
WHOLESALE 'AND RETAIL.
LABOIST TABIBTV STOOSC 1ST TH C
GOODS SOLD VEBYOLOSI.
lornrr af MtaetMnlb sms-mI suitl CWaa
V. O. PATIKM
MILLER & PARKER.
FORWARDING MERCH S.". ;
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.&c:
Agonfs for Pairbank Scale.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
ilrctincr nnd Wholesale Dealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES.
NO! OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHILLIS Su SON.
(Sncceor to John It.- PliiUis,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
OATS, FLOUR, .
31EAL, DRAN, ifc
Agents for Lafh'n & Band Powder Company.
COn. TENTH ST.Jfc OHIOLEYKE,
R. J. Arsm
AYERS & UO,
P L O U' B
QEKEifAL COMMISSION MEHOIIiNTS
No 7H I.avix.OniolUtno. Ttr:
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agenta American I'otvJur Company
ar oaio zErxs. chjko.
To the Cdltor of Tll lltlLl.KTINt
i:tkemki Fuiknd: You will pleane in
form your reader that I havo a positive
CURE TOR CONSUMPTION
ft Dtl nil llUnrilnrtl nt ihn Thvnnt f
miU that, hv lu uto In my practice, 1 h!
immiirm u UICI, HUH Will glVl)
or a irasn i; will not beueflf.'rruUeed, o
troug U my faltb, I vs II aend a Sami-lk,
rnK.K, to uiiy siiUVrrradtlrcMihuriue,
l'leaso khow this letter to any one you may
tnoT who I siKreilotr (tout these disease,
and obllge,Kttlihnili Vouro.
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