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..t Bondsiy from 7 10 u n.ni.
Ortsir 1:00 n.ni. to 5:00 p.m.
Clow
Arrive.
a.m. I r.M.
A.M. I P.M.
1:10
10:00
10:30
10:00
10:00
6:0)
Illinois Ontral K It
Dally,
MIPS. Ontml 11 It
JI1t.
Clr vlnccnne
It It-Dally. .
Cairo. Arkansas A
Tcva It ll-lHr
Ohio Ithrr Koure
Dally rsc'l Monday
Mit. Illier IloHlj'
Up, Sun. Tu rl
Down, Tti Thti !-at
Ttitbe Uoiltc
Friday A Saturday
8:00 1 2:cS
S:(0
ft:Ul
1 .00
C'.eu
n.oo
O XV. McKkajii, 1. M.
kaii.boads.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B
TTUUS1 I.IUVI TAinO
Mill at.... 12:15 . m - Dally
Exprwi at S:16p m ','
'reitit at...... ...... 4:00 a. m...Btccpl Mtiubty
Krcightnt UtOJa in... ' "
Frelitht at - i:33p. in... " '
TwIkM at 7:3"p. m... "
AHIIITI AT CAI1IO
Malt at . 3:00 a. m Dally
Kxprra Jot 2:30 p. m...Kxcept Sunday
Frrtht DtlSa. in... " Monday
aTrtla-htut flrfjii. in... " Ssttndav
Freitrht a Mw 15:01 a in... " Sunday.
irtium -Jii-AJp m .. "
3X03ZS JOHNSON, AKout
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
AND
SOPTHERW RAILROAD.
OMNIIICSKS arrlre at and deiart from the
office, M Ohio lrre, n follow:
Throujth freight lent Monday, Wednesday
nd Friday at lvioin, in, Arrive on Tuesday,
'lhurday and Saturday nt 11 tl.t a.m.
lexas Kxpress leave dally nt 2;w I' M . . and
arrives at 3 A M
I'Mtenirrr Accommodation leaves dully ex
rept Sunday at'2:W m. arrives daily at 11-13
a.m.
Time to all point In Texas nud Arkansas,
Ot HOURS LESS THAN BY ANY
Lk. OTHEB ROUTE.
Tim from Cairo to Little Itock, 1.1 liour.
To Tcxarcmta, 22 hours.
To Jefferson, Texas, SJ hours.
To Marshall, 20 hours.
To Sluweport, Louisiana, 23 hour.
To Dallas, Texas, 2(1 hour.
To iluirne, Tolas, as hour.
To Houston, Texas, 41 hour.
To Galveston, Texas, 14 hours.
O. W. HE QTJEM.B O UR O ,
A cent Cairo Ills.
CAIRO & ST
LOUIS R. R.
OAIUD.
On and after .Tune 1st, trains will run ns fol
low, Sundays excepted, from Hie corner of
Hccoiid street nnd Commm-liil nri'mie, Cnlin,
Illinois:
OOINU XOHTII
iMrtt Cain
' Muriihysuoro
Arrive East Si. LouU ....
10:45 A. M.
2;.V I'. M.
7:'B "
cioi.NU socni.
Ixove Kns.t St. Louis A . M.
Arrive Iurihrshorj ISilSl. M.
tvc.Miiriihy8l)tiro 1:U0 "
Irrhe Cairo 4:15 "
ConiiectinR at hi. 1-ouls with nil trains West
and North. J L. III.NC'lil.KV. Supt.
It. W. CI.AItK, General l'asi'enj.'er Ascnt.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
C AIHO, EV ANSVTLIiE, INDIAN
APOIilS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AfliJ AAlAi UAIiilUlll' If. U1 3,
F.unning Through Without Chof e .'
iroiAXAI-OM AMI rlXCIX.VATI EXMIE-s.
Lrarei Cairo l;fO n. in
Arrites at Canul o:4:t "
Arrhcant Vlncenncs 11:1'' "
VIA HT. UOLI AMI eOCTIIl:ASIi:ilrUAaiiOAIi.
Arrives nt Kvansvlllt- I. is p m.
VIA INtllAMAI'OMi AMI V1KCESN1:- IIAILUOAtl.
Arrives at Indianapolis. 4:;I0 p in.
VIA OHIO AMI 3ll;SIlslITI UAlLltOAU,
Arrives at North Vernon f-.s p.m.
Arrlns at Clnrlnnatl
Arrlvi at Louisville 7:15 "
CAUIO uxritEss.
leaves Indianapolis
Leave Cincinnati
Leaves Louisville
Arrive at Vliia-nues
Leaves Vlneennci
lxtive Evunsville
Arrive at Cannl
Arrive at Cairo - ..
s.r0 a m
l:.fi "
7:0-J "
- 'J;tl p tlli
K:1
11:10 a.tn
4-.U p. in
ilMM "
Making close connection"
to and from all
point Last and North, ut Indlonapoli and Cin
cinnati, and to and from all jiolnt Koutlt and
Watt or Cairo uy ran ami river.
MOO'D CITT ACCOMMODATION
The Monnd City Accoinmodatlon vtin Wed
neaday and Satunhiy.
LiMve Cairo ...12 and S-.00 p in
IeaTe Mound City 1 .ljimd ft:) p. in
3L B. GOODRICH, H. L. MORRILL,
(ien1 Tloket Az't Cienerel tfup't
rlFor information U'litWu to rote anil con
nactlon, apply to JAMi:- MALI.OKV,
71 Ohio Iitou.
HTOVEN,
RefrigoratorB, Wator Coolers, Ico
OrMm FreezerB, Window Hereon
wire Cloth. Bird Canes. Mors Has
keti, Toilot Bets, Fishing Tackle,
Iiftmoa. Oil. Chimneys. Also Mo-
line Flows and a goneral stock of
Qtraen implements.
In connection irlththe above I keen a llrt
clas Tlnmlth, und am jireiiartsl to do all klud
I krp constantly on hand a Iuikc variety of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
it' Hardware,
Wholesale and Rotail.
isoleuent for lie ceJtbutcd
CaUifaailtMi before .urcbklug,'ti"l
IM assntar ittfi mm . A v., iairo.
oH-dly
HARDWARE
TINWARE
PARAGRAPHS.
Albany clergymen have pctilloiieil
the common council to prohibit news
paper selling on Sunday.
-Prof. Ward of Syracuse lias received
a turtle, weighing HOO pounds, which he
Intends, to stufl and pltii c in his mtietim.
Hitstace Love, win ofii negro clergy
man In Savannah, scl.cd Ihodnuglrtcr of
a wealthy white citizen in n crowded
.trccl, shouted "Hurrah for civil right"!"
and hUsed Iter.
--Emperor William and UUiuarck dream
of nights of being assassinated. It Is re'
ported. As they wouldn't Know hnw to
shoot pistol?, tliey had belter sleep with
a policeman under their pillow.
Tito longest night hi Norway lasts
three mouths, and when a young man
goes to see ills girl, her mother, before
retiring, tells her not to ruin Iter health
by setting up more than two months.
A Virginia horse committed sulcld
In tho .lames river at Petersburg last
week. He walked out to the pierhead of
a wharf, and looked round as Ifc-houslng
a spot, Jumped Into the river at a point
where the water was deepest. Persons
on tho wharl, seeing that lie was drown.
log, got a ropo around him and drew lilin
Into shallow water, but as soon a.s he
touched bottom lie got loose again, and
wudhig out some yards further in tho
stream, put liWhcad beneath tho surface,
and kept It there until he drowned.
fcay During the fever season of last
mouth, the stock of Ayer's Ague Cure in
the Old North State became exhausted,
and before, a supply could be received
from Lowell, the sutlering from chills
and feveribecanie fearful. A few panics
were so lortuuate as to ltavu It on hand,
and in Iredell Count-, the Druggists eked
out their Mender stocks by
Belling doses a spooulul each lor a
dollar. Many paid ten dollars a bottle
when the regular price Is but one. anil
tliongtit themselves favored at that, o
valuable are the curative properties of
tun preparation, wmen not only expels
the poison from the system, but leaves
the patient with unimpaired health and
vigor. itateigh (A. (,'.) fifumiani.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
NORTH SIDK OF EIGHTH tiTREEl
Between WnshlriRton and Commercial
Avonuuis.
A complete I'lrtorliil lllntor.r of the
Time "The IichI. 'hiniHt, mill
Miuftt Niii'rt-Mtliil t'liiiilly I'm per
In I lie Union "
HARPER'S WEEKLY.
i.i.i-NTUATi:n.
NOTicr.H or tiik puces.
The Weekly N the ablest and ntot pow
crlul lllit-tnited periodical published in
tills country. Its editorials nro teholariy
and ccmvliiclnir. nud carry much tvek'ht.
Its lllutr.'itlon.s of current events are lull
and lrcb, and arc prepared by our best de
signers. Vi'ltb a clrctihtiou ol loO.OW. tho
Weekly is read at Ict by half a million
persons, and Its iolluenco as mi orenn of
opinion is simply tremendous. Tho Week
ly maintains n positive portion, aud ex
tircsnes decided views on political and so
cial problems. -Louisville Courlor-.Iournnl.
Us article are. models of liiuh-Umod 1Ih-
,.,iaili.n mill it, tltctnllnl UllltrUtlon UrO
nllen eorrooorniivo arKuiuriim ui n.
fm n. v. examiner unu unroniciu.
Its pnpers upon oxisieiu(iiicbionsanuiiB
Inlinlt'iblo cartoons help to mould the son.
tlmcnts ot tho country ritttmirg coin
merclnl.
l'ostago free to nubccrlbnrs in tho United
States.
Harper's Wckly, one year... .?4 00
Four dollars Includus prepajUJeut of U
S. noftato by tho tmblitticrs.
Hnbscliptlotitt to Harper's MaKazluc,
Wookly, and llazar, to one address tor unu
year, tfio ou; or, two o: Harpers rerioui
cals, to ono addrcs for one year, f7 00
postage free.
An extra cony of llin .Magazine. Weekly
nr lluznr will bo sunnPcd L-ratls for cv cry
club of five subscribers at $1 0U each, in
ono remittance: or, tlx copies for 00,
without o.x.ra copy; po-tngo Itec.
liacicnumuers catitiesitpp -co many time
The annual volumes of Harper's weekly
In neat cloth binding, will c cett hy ex
press, fne of cxiiucse or A7 0 each. A
eomnicio set. eomt.n u our icoi volumes
teuton receipt oi n-.li t lie rate olri tift
per volimioi IrelyL't a thi- expeu-c ot the
Diircutner.
ir7TKewst)at)rs aro not to conv this ad
vertl-tmcitt without thu express orders of
Harper x urotners.
AdJrcss lIAKPKIt liHOTHKItS. N. Y
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
. mi. j m M Jfl A frit IU CotiBwlor U ttl
JXtCVXTlSLfeOl M.nlW. or ito., u
jh . . I tutrrr. co lb. rbriteloclo
tiStS g I rajwiUi ui r,itu. a
" tt. Mini iritasi, nt lilt
Ui.it dltcoTtrlet Id tbs wUftu. r rrrluiLoa, prttrTlE
tb CUHUlt0, S.
Itu U .a uurt.tloc vork f Iw. bkolrcl ttl ility
I'&sui. ltt Bamtrou, ctcr.rlDgi, a&l eaoul&i vukb'
lalornMIOD r laoM wto .r. m.rrltd er cooltnrl! dir.
tUcti tUU II lnlMk Ihtl f utbt to to kept uclrr lock
OS tx. I oc Isfl rtlM.lx opoqi tb boa.,.
11 roauioi U;t tirorleaco aa ad,1eo of a pttlUa
-f rfpuutloa ll worU vl&t. a&i lboull to lo tfcorrl.
riio oro.or of t rcr oso tfll raioto Uvubout ito ooUrt
Ctcbo. It ttabrawi trvrjlbXag oq ibo oobjrcl or Uio ttntr.
allro ,7,lni t&tt ll aorU tBwUi(, ui mucb Ibol ll aol
ia any oin, r wore.
Brat W oaf ono (trto cf jtaiT) ror fitly Coatt.
Adara.i lir. Itu' blipsuur, Ko. II X, IliUb I jt'
El. Uuu, at
Notice to the Affiicttd and Untortunite.
hulort itrljloc to tbo aotartouo quteki abo al.rrtiH la
tubUo t-i:ri. rr u.lox 007 quack ra,4iil, rtneo lit.
ittu' weik. matter wbat jour oloaaia U or Low d.btor.
ab'o four coaalUoa.
Dr. Butu ooouplw a doablo toooo of taroatT'ttrta roonii j
Ulalarao toaomaof U-o eaool o.lbratl too4Ual,rafH
ooro of tbla euoU7 aa1 Carvao. OB 1 n, be eoainlt per.
ojoalif or ty mall, oa tbo dlMaooo tcoaituaii la bio work a.
?( aol i irlr, Kt II Mont KItktk itnsi, Maaa
Sul i4 Cbo'out. St. Loull. Ua.
fJ ATITIISON'H
MADISON HOUSE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Centrally LotaH Elegantly Furjijilifi,
HABUt MODERATE.
The Oommexci! Hotol of the Oitj.
CONFESSIONS
OF A VICTIM.
I'ublLshed a a warnlnir aud
lor the Ix neilt of
tuYWf ite" and other who mlfer from Xn vou
i;r,ir." or muuimm.
liivlng his
IC.
r.r T "-carner tmtterkjoliiK much ut-
raASiri1'!:h,il'wldenveloiMi. Adiliesi XA
Iri M y 'Ut,'"s ' ' "X 151, llrnol-
IKI OK ftTOBft,
CO 3
o pa 9
CD ,s a
CD 3
co t! a
ill
II AH KH.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
oitickiis.
V. V IIAI.1.IDAY, Preildent.
IIKNUV I. 1IALLIDAY, Vlc I'irtt.
A II MAKKOItl), Caihlvr.
WALTKK HYbl.OI', Ast'i Cuhler
imtseroRS
Staais Tayloii,
L Hali.uiay,
D. Wn.i.iAJHoy,
A. It
II. It. G'CXNIUIIAM,
XV 1'. HAI.L1UAT,
STKIltF.M ItlllD,
SAFFORO
Exchango, Coin and Unitod Statos
isonaa iJougnt ana ooia.
"T-ErOPIT3 recelvwl and n general banking
-i- iiienif-AUOut,
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1880
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orncKits:
A. 11. SAFKOltl), President.
SJ.8. TAYLOII, Vlccl'ielilent.
XV. HYSLOl1, sec'y and Tivajurer
mntcTOits:
1'. M. IlAIICLAY, CltAS. UALicukn,
F.M. Stockilktii, 1'Ari.t!. M'linu,
It. 11. CCNNIS'OIIAM. II L. llALLII'AY,
I. M. l'jiiJ.Lirj.
INTKUKST paid on deposit at the rale of fix
tier cent.' cr annum, Jfareh Jt nwl Septem
ber J t. Infeival nut wllhilnnvn Is uddisl linmt
dlalely to the principal of Urn deposit, thereby
giviui; them compound intcmt
Married Women nnd Children may
DopoBit Money ana no ono
oIbo can draw it.
Onen eTcry bualnetstluy fiom0a.ni. to .3 p.m.
and .-itturduy evomluir, lor kitvlntj ilei ojlts only
froiuiltoBo'clocK.
"W. HYSLOr, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
TransnotB all kinds of a Legiti
mate) Banking liusincss.
V. BROSS. Piealdont.
P. NEFF, Vlco President.
HENRY WELLS, Caahler.
T. J. KERTH, Aaaiatant Caahler.
61-311-tf
WAUOSN.
The Gamble Wagon
CAIRO, XXjXjX2NTOX(B
MANUFACTUIU'.D 1IY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WA00N MAN
UFACIUBED.
MANUTACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Pourtli Stroet
SPRING!
SUMMER
Prloes to suit tho Timos.
Wbolosalo Figm-oa, but No Credit
Mrs. O. McLEAN.
Nest Door to Stuart & Gbolson's
EIGHTH-STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
TTAT3, nonnets, Flowers,, 1mw. Ulbboit
XX hlllu, Velvet, 'Jle. ItuchluKS, Cornet
netuiuvea, Hosiery, iiursicis,
Alaothc "liirtltvt' ftrei lteform'
oorutiQT,
And ail the new styles of IrlrnnilnB Silt lor
Kpilniraivl riumtuvr. '
fcj-fheso hoihIj will be s1il ut very low fl.
tin- lorl'AKII iet e,.I OX V I-ll-Odd'
CAIRO,
I'ho TrustooB of tho Cairo City
Proporty di'ire to call public attention
o the meilts of their property, compris
ing n considerable porliou of the City of
airo. In Alexander County, In the State
f Illinois, and lands Immediately adja
cent thereto.
t his iltv. :t I well known. U shunted nt
tho roiillui'iuu of the Ohio uml Sll'risslppt
river, nt the head of unluteruuted havl n-
tlonontlio .MUslsnltipl, bo'.ug below ob
atrilel nn 1)V ire in t he wiiitsr mm low
water In Miiiimcr. und tl.us has u clear ami
open rhiT coiiitiuinlt-atlon at nil times over
tin-Mtssl"lrpl atiU Its tributaries, with nil
the i-otmirv souiii, to mo uuu ot .ncxieu
and the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo haanlso the
same character otconiiminlc: '.!on with all
thu country north over tho tre:iins llowlnR
tiy It, ulion thoso treams ate not lonnvi
gable hy rcaon of tee or low water.
llclore the era of ltullroails. Cairo had n
couiQiundlDK position as n centre of coin-
merce atul naviL'tuion. This importaticr. ol
po-lllon hc Mill possctscs, but lias non the
additional advantage ol belni; n urcnt rail
road c mrc, a number ol the mo-t import
ant railtoiti- in tnc alley oitne Jii'sisuppi
toiivcrlny to and linvlng their termini
there. Ami'liir these, coining from the north
arc tho great Illinois Central Itallroml,
vh eh traverses thu entire state of liiinoi
(rom;its evtremo mirthoxu nnd north-cii'tcrn
to tti, southern limits, and by It-connection-.
tjxtcutis into au tne great nortnwoitcrii
L-rain iirodtlclni; States ; the Cairo ami Vln-
cenne". evtcndingfrom Cairo to the City of
Ylueennc, in moMaiooi iniuans, wticre
Its connections atforu direct railroad coin
uunicatiniis with all ha-tcrn cities ; and
tho Cairo ,V St. Louis Uallroad, nnnrdinc
direct railroad conununicatlon with thu
City ui M. Louis and alltlio lallroads ecu
tcrtnir them. Tho roads comlmr irom thu
South aie thu New Orleans, .lackson aud
Great Northern and tho Mobile and Ohio
itailioacl., which give direct railroad com
munication with tlte cities nt Mobile and
New Orient.. mil other Southern Atlantic
sea ports anil by connecting roadi with all
the country south of Cairo: and coming
trom the otithwcst 1-tho Cairo, Arkansas
and Texas Railroad, which all'ords similar
communication with Southern -Ml-Mitirl,
Arkansas and Texas, aud the rjrlticlnal cit
ies of those States. Tills last-named road
will give, alo, direct connection with the
Texas and 1' ic lie Itoad when it is com- c
ted, tints giving direct communication with
tne principal ports oi too racinc ucean.
lhee railroads, terminating at Cairo, arc
now all completed and in successful opera.
lion, those In Illinois coming into the city
on a bank ot each of the riven-, Ohio and
.Mis-issippi. nnd terminating at their coulln
eiice. thus eiiclrellni the citv. Tho Holly
Springs, ilrownsvllle and Ohio Klvcr Kaii
road, and tho Cairo and Tenne.sco Hlver
Uallroad. which will both terminate at
Cairo, nro In course of construction and will
aoon bo completed, and other railroad both
In IMnoU and In States south of the Ohio
river, which will a'.so terminate at Cairo,
am projected. an'l arrangements mado to
build tbcin. Tho construction of thctc
will greatly increase lite riuroau cotnmuui-
aliens ot i niro.
It central localion in tho uresi Valiev oi
the Mls-lt.sippi,!ind the. r;rcnt wealth of river
and railroad communication, cues to Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as it commercial
point, as it afford, to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all the L'l-aln produciit" districts ot
the North and West, and lmllaracce.ss to all
thu agricultural produce consumers of thu
South, thus presenting the best location lu
mo wcsiioran interchange ot mo respect-
ivonortncrn ana -ouiuern commtKiiiies auu
productions.
As a mantifscturliiL' location tbonosltlon
of Cairo is not It'" Important. Tito crude
materials of every dererlptlon, which eon
stituto the elements of manufactured artl
des, abound on evcrj side, iron ore, coal,
oi Hiponor (piaiuy, and timber of every
eiiaractcr.moro tii'tn others, bollik' easily
and cltcanly ai:cesbp. anil tho rich acrl.
cultural region of the Immediate neighbor
hood, as well as the more remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
iiiriiisu xuppiicsoi uic necessaries oi life in
such abundance, as lo rentier living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured attl
cles are produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution by river and rail are not
equalled.
Cairo has a moral. IntelliL'rtit. liberal nnd
cuterprlaing population of about 12,000 has
a fctipcrlor)stem of public schools, which,
wiiii oiner conducted by privnto enter
prise, aUord uusiirp sscd educational ad
vantage. I pjefiged of well-established
cnurcnrs oi neatly every uenomlnntlon
nas puuii'i and privato buildings ol a supo
rlor charaeter-haa ft climate, which forsa
lubrltyand hcultlitulintluenccs cannot be
surpassed-hns a well-regulated and cf.
iictcnt tuttiiieipji organization, its treeti
lighted with gas.aiHrotliermetronolitauad
vantages, which nmko It highly deslrablo
and tn reallty nut to he excelled as a place
oi permanent rv-lilence.
Lots and laud In Cairo aro now otlcrcd al
very tow pilces, atrordlug lavorabio oppor
tUUlllba to tiiirilnia. nnd tbo OWUCl'S !ro-
eent tho location to tho public a offering
uiirnuieii advantages tor the successful c
ttdillshmpiii oi n.M,ii,ier,.lat or nianufactur
leg enterptii.es, and tho hest locality in the
euiiuiry tor prolititble invcstraenioi cnpuai
8. HTAATfl TAYI.OH,
EDWIN TARSONS,
Trustees, etc
Csino, 1li May 1st, 1874.",
r-io-tf.
NKW Anvr.HffNKMRN'TN.
$50 TO $10,000
Hus been Invested in. Slock Piivllrgesnnd ald
900 " PROFIT
"How to Dn It," nllook on Wall SI .t-enl
free. TiimbrldKe A Co., Haulers A llmkers.t!
Wall St.. N, Y,
DOUBLE YOUR TRADE
DriurxMi, (irot-ers mid Draleist Pure China
nnd .lupan Teas in fettled packages, ciew top
ran, boxes or half rhe.t (irower prices,
.send fnrclrrular. Tho Wells Tn Cotnpanv,
2JI lulton ft., S. Y., I'. U. Ilox 4V,
. NEVER.VAILINQ
AGUE CURE
l'rlceal. Sot, I h- ttmli
'sxiltKWAIID IK IT 1'AILS TO (Till-:.
Dr. t II. Itime, .Seneca Vails, N Y.
$77
A WKKK miarantcctl to unto n,,.l
female nKi'nl In their locality,
Cots nothing to try It l'articuluis
tree. V (I VICltKltY A CO..
AtiKiistii, ale,
if" WVT l'll!lliijf unit tnkc.ifliceson nen
....... nvuic iiiiurNiuK wiiii nper.it
Salary from i otolisi p,.r month nud te
!'" I'Mttlculnri, nulUst irw. Add
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No one remedy j'li
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vc arc now enable ! t.
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Toolbuclir, Euruclip, C'uarrfa7ftJli
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"Cl'itc" expels the poison from the b"
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ely affortl.
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Dr. J. C. AVER A- CO., Lowell, '.
Prattienl and Analytical Chetiittti,
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