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ltouie Letter to London Tltm .
Of cardinal riiidingin Home aonie ure
wry old men, wlio.e name alto ocour in a
former letter, tucb a Idii, eighty-one
year old, diiubled by repeated app o'ectlc
lit; AtiUini, leyenty-flve yeari old, ajjood-
bearted' icrupulousman'andBlzzari oltba
lame n;e, but conllrmed InTalld, on none
of whom tbe cboiee of a conclave would
fall uulo tbe Sacred oollee waa a pray to
bopeleu divMon, when, at it happened be
fore, tbe expedient of naming a pope with
foot lit bit grave (1'apa dl Tombs) i. e.,
ofprovltionally filling tbe papal chair lor
a few month er dajn, with a view to a
better organization of the p Artie a for a
new trial ot atrength, might auggeat itself.
Tbe votei of tbeae venerable gentlemen, If
they Ure to give them, may be predUted.
Tbe amiable and moderate A mat would be
In favor of conciliation. Tbe otber two
would recotnend extreme meaiurea, and
give their luflrage to a candidate best or
pledged to enforce them.
Tbe men now in Uome wboie influence
would be likely to tome extent iay tbe
deliberation of tbe conclave are 1I Pie
tro, De Luca, Mertel and Nina.
1)1 1'ietre it a Roman noble, teventy-two
year old, of high and gentimanly feeling.
lavlali ol bia money to the utinoit extreme
of extravagance, not aipring to the papacy
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oderato candidate that would be at tbe
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De Luca la a Sicilian, an earneit man deep
ly learned, moderate, a mas of action,
well vened in worldly affair, highly hon
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opinions, meing them, however, not atbi
own residence, bnt bera and there at
trlendu' bounea, or, by preference, at their
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tbe timet, dcairou that the tipper clergy
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"cunctando reg.tur mundut," adjourning
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legality and equity, a more dealrable
pope could eertainly nowhere be found,
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Iatoomodett and reserved, tjoiuuch tbe
re vera of an Intriguing prieat, either to
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Mna, a Roman, an intelligent, roaaoiua-
of the rising men of the moderate party;
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tbe church irom tbe ttate, and would wiib
tb clergy to take at active a part in pub
lic affairs a may be compatible with the
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teventy yeara old, an upright inaa baa alio
moderate instincU, but ii awayed by Fran
cht, who paral)ze bit good wiU and neu
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 1877
WatKHBAH, Harab E. lilasiman.of Aleiander
county, ataieofllllnuia.br aecd of trust, lania.
exeeuud and acknowlrdvad tha 2mi l.r or
Asgust, A. D. ISTS.and recorded in the oulcect
recurut-roi uweaui amd county in livok "y"
ol trust deds on page il, did grant, baigain,
and Aiaii r. unto the undenivned it. V.
Urowu and Martin Brown, trustee, the lots or
parstll" at land hereinafter described to secure
ins paynieDi or one Dronussory note, of evea
JaU with aai Jderd or trusV, for the aumol one
uunureuanu tuirtyuoiiura and Uity cents, pay
able to the eaid Ii. i. llrowa and Martin
Brown sis months alter the data thereof, with
interest at tbe rate ol ten per ceulam per annum
livm date until paid. And whereas, there is
now due and uniaid on said promissory note
the sum ol .ixiy-iwo dollars and tea tnis, be
i"g the auKn'gate of Uie unpaid principal and
interest up to this date.
Now, therefore, default having been made
In the paymentot sai'l promissory note and in
terest tlwreoa aouording to the conditions and
atipulaliona of said deed of trust, public not ice
Is, therefore, hereby given that in pursuauce of
uicirvviaiuuB in nam uei 01 irusi , ami uy vir
tue of the authority granted ua therein, we
shall, on Monday, tha 3rd day of Ilecember,
A. I). 1 h; 7. at the hour of 'i o'clock u. 10. ul'
aald day, and at Uie front door of th court
house in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and Htat of Illinois, aell at public vendue to
the highest bidder for rash in hand, the pre mists
described ia said deed of trust aa "lou nniulier
sight (e), nine (') and tea (10) la block, number
oa (l) La Iheoid original Iowa or 'J hobes, Al
exander connty. Illinois,' together wilb alt
riKUt ani etiuity or redemption of her, tbe aald
Sarah K. olataman, her heirs, executors, ad
ministrators or assign),
B. r. Beow:,
'1 r um tfcits
Octobers", is". Nov. 1,1
Notice of Final Hettleiiieal.
htate of IllmoW, Alexans!er county.
Eutc of Nathaniel ilolnes, deceased,
Noiice is hereby gives that on Monday, the l.'th
day of November, le77, the undersigned, adnnun
tratorofssid estate, will present to the county court
of Alexander county, at tbe court house in Cairo,
Illinois, at a terra thereof, then to be holden his final
report of bis acta ai d doings as such administrator,
anil ask the court to be dit barged from any and all
further duties and responsibilities connected with
said estate, and his admininisiranos thereof, at
which lime ai.'l ji.:cj. Ii persons at arc interested
may b present and ici.i suh applioatien, if they
choose i to do.
(Signed) EkUXl'FL Hulmfs,
Cairo, Ills., Oct. IT, Is". wid,
WlERIAS.Jisepb D. M.rray.aod Cussie Murray,
bis wile, of Johnson county, IJbnais, by deed of
trust nude, executes, ssd aclinowlcdfed on thesix
teenth day of October, A. I). ieTi, and du'y rssord.
sd in the office of the reeurler of deeds of Alexan
der county, Illinois, ia volume (ti) six, of deeds on
page did grant, bargain, sell, remise, re ease
an convey, unto ms the uudersigac i John 11.
MuSkey, as trustee, tiie land sua prsinises hcrein.il
ter described, to secure the payment of two certain
uromiMory notes ef even oate therewith payable :
One to the ordei of John H. Mulkey for th aam of
three hundred and fifty dollars lliXl) wilh interest
at the rate of tea percent, per annum after maturity ;
and the other to the order of Linegar and Lansden
for the sum of three hundred and liny dollar (135")
with interest at the rats el ten per cent, per annum
after maturity, both payable six months after the
dates therein and signed oy the said Joseph li . Mor
ray and Kobert J. Slorray. And whereas, there is
Bow due and unpaid on said sets the sam of seven
hundred and thirty-fivs dollars ($7Xj), being the
aggregate ef the p lincipal and interest up to this
data. Now, therefore, default having been made ia
the payment of said proiriisory notes and interest
Ikcreoa public notice is heresy gives that is pussu-
ancs 01 me provisioas et saia acta ol trust and by
virtue of the power aad authority granted to me ia
and by the same, 1 shall on baturday, the tilth day
ol November, A, 11. 177, at 2 o'clock in tha after
noon of that day, at the front door of the court-hoase
is the City ef Cairo, county of Alexander, aad r-tate
ofllliaois, sell at public vradue to the highest bid
der for cash in hand, the prssnises deacribca in said
deed of trust as the sorth-west fourth ef the south
east quarter and the northeast Lurlh of the south
west qoarter of section, seventeen township fourteen
south , raage, three west of Ike third principal
meridian, containing eighty acres, more or leas,
situated ia the county ef Alexander aad 8 late of
Illinois, and all right and equity sf redemption of
the said Joseph B- Murray, and Uussie Morruy, his
wife, their heirs, executors, admiaisrraUM, or as
signs therein. Johs H. Mc'LKKT, Trustee.
Cairo, 111, October the SI, A D, 177. dtd
Whereas, Iloleoms Hurray and Jane
Muruy, bis wife, of Alexander county,
Illinois, by a sale mortgage dated tbe twen
tieth day of January, A. D. 1876, and duly
recorded ia tbe office of the recorder of
deeds of Alexander county, Illinois, in
Volume . of bale Mortgages, on page 308,
did grant, bargain, tell, remise, alien and
convey unto 1'avid T. Linegar and John 11.
Mulkey tbe land and premise hereinafter
described, to secure tbe payment of a cer
tain promlseory note, of even date there
with, payable ninety days after date to
David T. Linegar and John H. Mulkey, for
tbe sum of one hundred dollars (flu) 00),
with interest at tbe rate of ten per cent,
per annum from date, and signed by tbe
said Holcome Murray and Jane Murray, his
wife; and whereas, there is now due and
unpaid upon said note the sum of 9117 60,
being tbe aggregate of tbe principal and in
terest up to this date. Now, tbereiore, de
lault having been made in the payment of
said promlMnry note and Interest thereon,
public notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance ot tbe provisions of said sale mortgage
and by virtue of tbe power and authority
granted to us, in and by tbe same, we
shall, on Saturday, tbe 2ttb day ef Novem
ber. A. D. 1877, at! o'clock in the afternoon
of that day, at the south door of the court
house, in tbe city of Cairo, county of Alex
ander and state of Illinois, sell at public
vendue, to ttie highest bidder for cash in
band, the premises described in siid sale
mortgage as: Tbe north half (,) ol tbe
northwest quarter (1) of section thlrty-ene
(31),',ln township sixteen (Itf), rane ono
(1) west, except forty (40) acres ell of the
east end of said north half (J), in tbe said
county ot Alexander and state of Illinois,
situated in tbe county of Alexander and
state of Illinois, and all right and equity of
redemption of the said Holcome Murray
and Jane Murray, bis wife, their holrs, ex
ecutors, administrators or assigns therein.
David T. Linigab and i OD
John H. Mulkey, J Mortgagees.
Cairo, III., October 2. 18.7. dtd
Stste of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county, January
term, A. 1). 1878.
'eter Adams vs. Mary Adams. Bill for divorce,
Affidavit of the non-residence ol Mary Adams
til sbov named defendant having been Hied in th
office of the clerk of Said court of Aleiander county
notice Is hereby gives to th said non-resident de
fendant that the said Peter Adams, complainant,
filed his hill for divorce on th chancery side there
fore the 1Mb, day of October, A. 1). 1H77, and that a
summons thereupon issued out of said court against
Said defendant returnable on the first Monday In the
month of January, A. 1). U7H. as the law directs.
Now, therefore, unless you, til said Mary Adams,
shall personally be and appear before tliecircuit sourt
el Alexander county on in nrst day ol the next term
thereof to be held at th court-house, at the city of
Cairo, in said csunty, the first Monday in th
month of January, A. LI. 1T8, and plead answer
or demur to snid bill of complaiat, the sam and the
matters and things therein contained, will b taien
for and aa confessed, and a decree rendered against
you according to the prayer of the tame, Ac.
JOHN A. KEEVE, Clerk.
W. C. Mulkey, Compt't Sol'r.
wlw Cairo, Ills., Oct. Sih, A. D, 1877.
is hereby given that, by virtue of a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County in the Suite
of Illinois, rendered at the November term,
A. D. 1877. I, August Watermeler, administra
tor of the Estate of Frederick Watermeler,' de
ceased, will sell at public vendue on th 21th
day or December, A. 0. 1877, at the west door
of the Court House in the city of Cairo, in said
County, and Bute, at i o'clock p. at, of said
subject to the widow'sdower interest therein
for the payments of the dbu of said Estate ot
Frederick Watermeler, deceased, tb following
described property, to-wit t
The south H of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter in sect Ion thirty-six CW), town
ship, ilrieen (1) south :rsngs two ('i). west of
fie 3rd principal meridian situate in said county
Of Alexander and Htatoof Illinois.
Term ot Halt-Cash In hand upon approval
of sale anil delivery of deed
Administrator of tb Batale ot red Water
Dated Cairo, Ills,, Nsv.tlit, 1(77. ,
41 mr, Ctmti TwiUtia Stzaat am
CH ANCEEY NOTICE.
Stat f Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit coait of Alexander county, January teiu.
ll.srv Whitcamp vs. William Eichhoff, ll.nry
P. fluhhofr, liaiki Eichhoff, Charles hicnaoft sad
tjiacic Eiehhoff, blU to reform and fursc.ese mort
gage in chancery.
Af&Javit f the non-reslilear of Henry
Kichboff and JUtni KKhholl, two of the
defendants above nalLcd, liaving been li.eil in th
office of the clerk f said circuit court of Alexander
county, notice Is hereby given to said non-resident
defendant, that th complainant Sled his bill of
compiaiat in said court on the chancery side thereof
n the 21st dayf November A. 1. 177, and that
a summons thereupon issued out of s. a caurt
sgaisvt said defendants, returnable n the fust
Monday f January, A. 1). 1S7S, aa is by law re
quirrsf. Now, therefore, unless you, thsssid Hen
ry Eislihof and Katlii Eichhoff shall personally be
and appear before the said circnitceun of Alcxss
der coanty on tha first day of the next term there
of, Is be holden at th court bouse ia the eity of
Cairo, in said connty, n th first Mosdsyof Janu
ary A. II. tail, and plead, answer r demur to the
said eaplanaat' bill of complaint, the tame, and
the matters and things therein sharged and staled,
will be tsken as confessed, and a decree enter.
against yeu according to the prayer f said bill.
John A. Kxkvk, Ci.crk.
f'lo. rusts, Complainant's esiidtor,
Nov. 21st, A. U.1I77.
Htaleor lltlhnia- f!otintvof Alndr
Circuit courier Aleaander county, January
LrtmiiieJ. Lonhlenne vs. Mary E. Looblcnnc
Bill for Divorce lu Chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residcuce of Mary E. Lon
bienne, the deiendant above naistni, having
ueeu uieuin me ouice utile oiera ol aaul
court of Alexander county, notice is hereby
yiven to tne sam non resident (lrii-ndaul,
that the conmlainaut hied his bill (if COlll.
plaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on tne i nn nay ol October, a. d. 1377, and tiutt a
summon thereupon issued out of am 1 court
against said deleudanta, returnable on Uie
first Monday in the month of January, a. d.
ISTw, as is by law required. Now. threfore,
nnleaa you, Uie said Mury E. Lonhienne, shall
personally be end aobear before the said circuit
court of Alexander county on the llret day of
me uui lerrruuerroi, to ue noi'ien at tne court
house iu Uie city of Cairo, in said county on the
first Monday iu the month of January , A. 1).
1b78, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ot
complaint, the sain and the mailers and tninira
therein set forth, will be taken as conleased, and
a decree entered attains! you according to the
prayer of said bill.
.JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk,
w. C. MLXxar. Complainant's boltcitor.
Cairo, Ills. Oct. Kdh A. 1). Is77. tw.
Public Jioticeis hereby given that bv vir
tue of the power given me in two deeds of
trur-t, executed, acknowledged and deliv
ered by John Devlne to tbe undersigned,
Hugh Callahan, tbe first dated -May 1st,
IsTo, given to secure the payment ol a
promissory note of aid John Devine, of
even date thore with, for tbe sum of two
hundred and twuve uollars, payable six
months after date, untl recorded in the re
corder's office of Alexander county, in
book U, at page 118; and tbe second dated
March 22d, leTO, given to secure the pay
ment of another note of eaid John Devine,
of oven date therewith, for the sum ot two
hundred dollars, payable one day after date,
n uu interest ai icq per cent, per annum
from date, and recorded in the said record
er's office, in book 0, at page U); and upon
whicb said notes there is now due tbe sum
of SfKM.42, 1 will, on tbe 3Uth day ot Novem
ber, 1877, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of
said day , at the front door of tbe court-house
in tbe city of Cairo, county ot Alexander
and state ol Illinois, sell at public miction,
to the highest biddor for cash, tbe following
described lots ol ground, being tbe same
described in and conveyed by each of said
deeds of trust, to-wit : Lots twenty-three
(23) and twenty-four (24), in block filty-two
(o2), in tbe said city of Cairo, county of
Alexander and state or Illinois, together
with all the right and equity of redemption
of tbe said John Devlne in and to said
premises, the purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and immediate possession of tbe
premises. Dated October Tth, 1x77.
IILUII caeeahan, Trustee,
b am urn. I'. VVhkei.br, Atty lor Trustee.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a certain
sale mortgage, d.ued the twenty-eighth dxy of De
cember, A. U. 1S7I, executed by Jacob U. Lynch
and Mary A. Lynch, his wife, grantors, to Jickson
Frick, grantee, to secure the payment of a certain
proir 'ssory note for the sum ol twelve hundred dol
lars of ttl.it date, payable twelve months after
date, with ten per cent, interest per annum, de
fault having been inada in the payment of said note,
and there being now due thereon four hundred and
seventy-four dollars and seventy eents, I will, on
Wednesday, the twsnty-tir&t day of November, A,
I. Its77,at the hour of two o'clock p, 111. of saii
day, at the front door of the Court-house,
in the city of Cairo, in the county
of Alexander, and state of Illinois, sell the pre
mises in and by suid sale mortgage conveyed
and mortgaged, described as follows, to-wit :
Lots numbered lour ) and five (') in block,
numbered sixiy-eight !) ittthe city of Cairo,
intlie county of Alexander, and 8Ute at Illinois,
together with all the eauueright, title aud inti'i
eet of said grantors therein including the right
and equity of redemption of suid grantors, at
C- Ho vendue, to the highest bidder for cash in
d, in orderto make the amount now due up
on said note and tbe interest that shall accrun
until the day ol Sale aud the cost and charges of
this proceeding. JACKSON lltlCh,
Oct. 10,4-w Mortgagee.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A. V. KC.
George Weiss vs. Mary Volte, Anna Nolte, Ida
Noll and Aiustin Nolte Bill to foreclose
mortgnge in chsnccry,
Affidavit f the non-residsnce of Mary Nolte,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine Nolle, the de
.endants above named, having been filed in the
Office of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of Alexan
der County, notice is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants, that the complainant filed his
bill of complaint in said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on the ifcuh day of October, A. D.
1S77, aud that a summons thereupon issued out of
said Court against said defendants, returnable on
th first Monday of January, A. 1). IHTs, as is by
law required , Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine
Nolte shall personally be and appear before the said
Circuit C ourt of Alexander County, on the first duy
of the next Term thereof, to be holden at the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, in said county, on the
first Monthly of January', A. U. IsTS, ami plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, and Ike matters therein
charged aud stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVK. Clerk.
tiRonnx Fisher, Complainant's HUicitor,
October t' 1E77. (Nov. 1. 4w)
Is hereby given to Anton Stiagala of tbe
pendency, in tbe circuit court ot Alex
ander county, state ol Illinois, ol a bill in
chancery to enloce vendor's lien, wherein
he is detendunt, aud Samuel Btnals Taylor
and Edwin l'arsons, trustees of tbe Cairo
City Property, are complainants; and that
the summons in said case is returnauio on
the tirst day ol the next term of said
court to be holden at the court house in
tbe city of Cairo, in said county, on the
first Monday ot January, A. D. 1878.
Clerk of said Court.
Grekn & GiLMtirr, Solicitors.
Cairo, Nov. 7, 1877.
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period of yearn, having within that time treated
muny thomumd cases of those diseases peculiar
to woman. I have been enabled to perfect a
most potent and agreeable medicine that meets
the ludlrutlons presente by that class of dis
eases vr nn positfve certainty and exactness.
I hate Sed it1" """" Bpelfl0 c0mP0lln
Dr. Tierce's Favurito Proscription.
Th.lu. V... f- . - . .
w-i ui, iwnoTi-r. is urn. a ireuto rxprossion
of my high appreciation of iu value, based upon
"7 ",u poimtiiiii uuearvmion. aa a close or
server, I have, while witnessing Its positive re
sults in the few special diseases incident to Uie
separate organism of womun, singled it out as
u. ruaiai or frowning; gem ol HIT
medtral career, on lis merits, as a posi
tive, safe, and effectual remedy for this class
of diseases, and one Uiat will, at all times and
under ail circumstances, act kindly and in har
mony With tllO laws Which covorn lho remain
ytem. I am willing to stake my reputation as a
physician. Nay, even more, so confident am I
uiui h wui not aiannpoini me most sanguine
expectations of a singlo invalid lady whe ases it
for any of the ailments for which I recommend it.
that I offer snd sell it under A PONITIVK
GUARANTEE. If a beneficial effect is not
experienced br tbe time two-ihinl nt ih .
touts of the bottle are used, I will, on return of
uio oouie, two-tnirns or tne medicine having
been taken according to directions, and tha case
being one for whicb I recommend it, promptly
refund the money paid for it. Had I not Uie
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Oder it as I do under Uiese conditions; but hav
ing witnessed Its truly mirnculaua cures in limn.
aantls of cases, I feel warranted and
perieciiy aaie in risking Dolls my
reputation and my money ou its
The following are amnnr those rlisessea In
which my Favorite Preacrlptiou ha
worked cures, as if by magic, and with a cer-
muny never ueiorw aiiameu Dy any memcine:
Leucorrbusa, Excessive Flowing, Painful
Monthly Periods, Suppressions when from un
natural causes. Irretruinrttlmi. Woxli Runlr. Pm.
jnpsiis, or falling of the Uterus, Anteversion and
Retroversion, Bearing Down Sensations, Inter
nal rient, nervous Depression, AlebUlty, lies
imndency, Threatened Miscarriage, Chrinic
Congestion, Inflammation and Ulceration of the
Uterus, Impotency, Barrenness, or Sterility, Fe
male Weakness, and very manv other ehronio
diseases incident to woman not mentioned here.
In all affootlons ot this nature, my Favorito
Prescription works cures the marvel of
the world. This medicine I do not extol as a
cure-all, but It admirably fulfills a single
ness vt l'arpuse. ueing a most peneci
spouiflo in all chronic diseases of the sexuul sys
tem of woman. It will not disappoint, nor will
U do barm, In any stale or condition.
Those who desire further information nn
these subjects can obtain It in Thb Feoplk'8
UOXXON MNSE ittEDIOAL ADVISaK, B BOOK
Of over 000 nas-ps. sent, nnat-naiil. on receint
of $1.50. It treats minutely of those diseases
peculiar to Females, and glvos mueb valuable)
atlvico In regard to the management of those,
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ine manufacturer or
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i rice, id cent,.
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Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purposes of VamSv PhTtis i
"Jtfrin CWstdTeoasa, Jaundloa,
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t ism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
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ft effuptual In
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tlo In their op
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A v Kit's Pn.i.s have been known for
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and strengthen the system by freeing
It from the clemeuts of weakness.
Adapted to all ages and conditio .
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theso Pilln may be token with safety ;
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serves them ever fresh and makes
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Practical and Analytical CfteaaJats. '
solo by au DEuaonrrt gvsarwHSRB.
Consumption, tbatswirfe of haassaaltr, is
tha greal dread ot th human family , la aucivu
leil seuntrles. '..'.'
f feel oouadiml ttwl f am In pea session of the
onlysirr, infallible reixsedy-now arjosva ;
he protession lot is aptssuy, snwmvw w. sr. .,
k snul dlsua. and Its UBWeloam eoaooas-
itsnts, via i Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hr
votta Debility, ele., etc lam aid fogy. las.
liava In mediein. TwntT-aitht Taars sxaa- r .
riana a a busy praetitloBar la the bast eoa ,
sumption hospital la lb old and new Wwld, , ;
has tangbt ass th value of proper medio Ua
both local and constitutional la ths tups f tats
gnatenemy ofearras. X hava Ittrsrt it. Bat i
Iara dlgrasltg. I atartad eat to sail) taeaa , , -inflerlBg
with consnmption or aay ef ths aMve'
maladlss, thai by addreaalng nae, giTiaf r"t 1 '
turns, thy shall b pal la poassjsaioa jesaiS '
Kit boon, without caarga, aatt aaaUkay , ,
It of raysaperlsaot In thoaaaarts t ease i .
itteoMtfnlly trsaUd. rnll rrtiimiara, sttraa
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lasiruouooa nir suaaasaitu srsasaaaas as
own home, will ba vseslvaA.ay vo tf n
winy 17 jsafartM HrstM isurvui