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THE BORDER TROUBLES.
Urn. Jabn Ar. Mcrirarnniid t.lvca Ilia
I'lena on lliw lleritar ' roullii,
Open Letter to nonerablo W. M.
Sl'Kl.NGHELI, 111., 10C, l'l 1T7.
Hon. William M. Spriruer, M. C:
LlRAR "Sin: Our border . omiillcallonH
are critical and dlnjiiietlng. They involve
two 'juettioii oho of lmmediuto danger:
tbe other of oft-recurrinj- luture danger.
The dliicumou uC or.u oi t.t4-.e iiiintlou" U
tbe llacujMian of bota. s
Tbe ianue of tbe exlatluu eriais muat be
judged in tbe llgbt of reanon and experi
ence. In 1818, we bad a dispute with
Mexico, turning upon tbe southwestern
boundary of Texan. President Polk, was
pledged by bis election to Insist upon tbe
line of the Klo Gruude. After some delay
on his part to a-ert th;tt line, bo was pres
sed by many of his friend of bit adminis
tratlou to do to. On the other band, the
leaders of the oppositon party protested
against it, as an act of war In its conse
quences, it cot in iuelf. Between con
flicting Influences, he adopted a middle
course, sending sltuplv a military corps of
obsrrvatlon to the ioinity of tbe Rio
Urande. The ciktii--s of the corps, and
Its advanced position, melted the .Mexi
cans, In ignorjut hardihood, to pass that
river and to precipitate an attack. A war,
lhus begun, was uccepted rather than pro
claimed by the president, and the responsi
bility of initiating it attaches to the enemy.
But what was thus gained In one sense
was more than counterbalanced in anoth
er. The war la-ted lor yean, whereas a
bolder coa.se might have averted or crusbd
It by a single decisive stroke, in Its incspt
lou. What Is the deduction?
Now we bare a border trouble, If not a
boundary dispute. In some respect, it is
quite as irritating; in others, more offen
sive than its predecessor. Our territory Is
habitually entered by lawless Mexicans, to
plunder an alarm its peaceful citizens. Ue
inonstrancee falling to 'arrest these outra
ges, detatehments of our troops have cross
ed Into Mexico in pursuit of tbe banditti,
and to recover their crmlnlnal spoils.
War, the D,in degree and irregular form,
already exist, which of iu own course,
alono, .must sooner or later eventuate In
regular, lormal war. One of the peculiari
ties of tbe situation is, that tbe adoption of
suitable provision to meet that event may,
and muat ,imn.t rrt)nly, promote it.
Hence, there is danger in standing still, or
in receding or advancing, tvbatls traui-
pirlng, however, must soon resolve the del
emma. Both sides are snow assembling
jealous and rival armies upon tbe frontlet.
These armlee confronted, and only separa
ted by the narrow bed of the 1U Gnmde,
can hardly avoid embroilment. Accident
or the willulnessof one may serve to Mug
It about. '
Then, Mnce we are involuntarily, if not
irresistibly, drifting warward, what does
common prudence and patriotism dictate !
This question has been variously anewer-
i. Among other things it bas been Inti
mated that tbe order to our troops to pur
sue, across the border, Intruding Mexican
robbers, should be revoked. To do ibis
would be not only to impeach the validity
qfthiit order, but to incite these robbers to
persist in their outrages. ,
Again, It bas been suggested to inrreae
the number of military posts upon the bor
der, or to connect those already established
by a series of oanton-nents, which Is prac
tically the same. This scheme appears to
me to be liable to several objections.
Wlillo degrading tbe army to tbe office of
a rovlag constabulery, unsupported by a
strong force, it must prove IneQectual in
the present emergency. Its purpose is
purely defensive, and to coutlue co-evally
with Mexican lawlessness. It must be
attended, in tbe meantime, with heavy ex-
penss, which tbe sense and spirit of the
American people will Illy brook. It per
verts tho design of fortitilcutlons and gar
risons as a barrier against organized and
formidable invasion to tbe use of a picket
against the inroads of straggling and vaga-'
bond thieyes, whose crimes should chal
lenge the care and cognizance of their own
More wisely, in my judgment, it bas been
advised by.expericnsed and distinguished
military men, that tbe regular force on the
lilo Urande be Increased, Obviously, this
is proper, whether to overawe or to con-
auor a hostile outbreak. But tbe Increase
must be timely and adequate, and, il not
within the limit of he regular array, with.
out uncovering other portions of our ex
tended frontiers to Indian butchery, then
out side of It by the addition of volenteer.
Above all things, let there not be a dishon
oring seorltke of handful of, brave and de
Toted men sent forth upon a rude and rash-
At the same time, I think our policy to
wards Mexioo should be essentially chaug
ed, Temporizing and negative expedients
have been long tried lu vain, Uencelortb
let our couse be firm, vigorous and pos
itive. Self-preservation is the first law of
nature. Tho rights and duties of a nation
are correlative. These rights concern eith
er tbe-natlon In its collective capacity, or
the individuals composing it, and, among
other things, impose upon the nation the
duty of maintaining both Us boundaries
and the lives aid property of its citizens
Inviolate against the;iawlesi incursions of
banditti, Therefore, upon notice to tbe
Mexican authorities of this purpose, and
their neglect or failure to restrain and re
dress such wrongs, it would bt competent,
with the cosent of congress, to resort to a
system of special reprisals to punish and
Indemnify them; and the resort might be
purlshed, censlstently with tbe laws of
nations, to the seizure and appropriation,
ait only of the property belonging to tho
delinquent nation, bat to tho seizure of
OiUlce, Svaiatln XS-aUdlsx, C"xa.e "Twelltla Btieet avail
l.ures, confined to the ends of pecuniary
lndcinnilitation, aud to tbe occupation ol
portions -M thlu the Mexican territory
L'0mmndlia' the approaches to oar bor
der, would bo simply indemnilicatory aud
rierrntlvF, while lulliln? below tbe fornvtrf
regular war. If Mexico should accept
them as caiiiiu l war, then, let the respon
sibility of the consequences re-,t on her.
Your, very respectfully,
John a. McCliknand.
ASK tne recovered
sufferer, victims ol
l'uyeiand ague, the
inecuriul discuacd pa
tient, how they recov
end health, cbetrful
i-ilrlts, and good a
uctit they Will tel
you by tafclnjr onu-
..uion's Liver Pers
THE ClIEAl'K r. AND Btsi' PAMLY.MtB
For DYI-I'EI'SIA. CONSTIPATIOJ...Jaudlte,
llious attacks, SICK I1KADAI IIK, Colli;, It"
rcjaiunol iiriW., hOLK STOMACH, Heart
Tbis unrivalled Southern Remedy 1 War
ranted not to contain a i snide of Mercury,
or any injurious substance, but is
containing tliose southern root anl herbs which
an all wlw providence h-vs placed In countries
wherel.iverDiBeaoesiirLV.il. It will cure all
rieeaKS earned by utrangermnt ud the l:ver
and boweli. . .
The tyiup'oms of Mver Comprint are a bit
ter or bad taxle iu the mouth 1 1'um in tbe baul,
hides or Joints, often mistaken lor rheuma
tism; sour stomach, loss ol appMlte, boeli
alternately mativo and lax rwadache, lost 01
mem'iry, Wltn a painful sensation of bavin
failed to do nonit-imiiK which ought to have
btend )ne, d'l'ili'v, low spiiils, a thick yel
low pMi.rm,i hi the !:i- .ind )" a dry
cough oiten luistak. n for r,eiiin'ti"n.
Some.uues many ol these syinjiuims an-nu
the disease, at others Very few, bjt the liver, the,
largest organ in tbe body, la generally the seat
of diseasea and If not regulated In tune, great
sufleritg, wretchedness aud DtAlil wi.l en
sue. I can recommend as an efficacious remedy for
diseases of the Uver, Heartburn and l)yspsia,
aiininoDt' Liver Itegclalor. Lawis Wt'Nuia,
Vtj Master street, Assistant Postmaster, 1'liU
altJolila. " We liave tested its virtues, personally, and
now that fur UJspep.l, llilioune-a and
5'hrobliiug Headache it tube best mwlicine the
world ever saw, We have tneil I'urty o'her
remolie before 8imiiion' Liver lUiftilator,
but none of them gave xu more than temporary
relief; but the riegulator nut only r-Jievil
but cured us." Ko. TgifOKarH axu Jlr.osts
bau. Alucou. Oa.
Nothing is so unpleasant, nothing so common
as bad breath, and in nearl every caie it comes
from tbe ilomach, and can be so easily correct
ed If you will take Simmons' Liver lle,rulator,
Do not neglect o fure a remedy for this re
pulsive di.ordi-r. It will alsj improve your
Ajipetite, complexion, and General Ikalth .
This distressing affliction occurs niOFt fre
quently. 'I be ulsturliance of tbe atotaach,
arising from imperfectly digested contents,
causes a severe pain la thj bea.1, aocompanied
with diasgreeaUe nausea, and this comtitules
what is populaily known as aick lioaditcbv. i'oi
-r rt 1 r- niiimiirM i irn
REGULATOR, On MEU-
Contains four medical elementa, never
foULd in the same happy proportion in any
other pnqaration, viz: a gentle Cathartic a
powerful tonio, n nneiceplirnable alU-raiive
and a certain Corrective of all impurities oi
the body, buchsiguul success his attended its
uu t ut it is now resarded a thf
As a Itemed; in
M1LAR10VS KEVKRS. BOffKL COM
l'LAl.STS, DVPKI'.-1A1 MENTAL DEI'Hr-t-OICN,
HE1LK.MXE.S, JAt'MDICK. NAf
6E SICK IIKADACHK, Cy'JC. Lt'NsTH"
ATION and HI -IOUSNESS
IT HAS SO EQUAL.
Armed with this ANTIPOTK, all cliangea of
elimale and water and food may le faced with
out tear. As a Itemcdy in M ALAlllUl fl
FKVKRS, BO.rtL OOMPLAl.N'Ts), KKST
LESSNtsfl, JAUNDICE, N AL'SKA,
MANCrACICHRD OMLT UY
J. II ZKlI.EK,
I'ricn fl.rrt. PoM hv alt nnur7i;m
They Relieve Pain.
Thoy subdue swelling8.
They cure burns without a Bear.
The The White Centaur Liniment is nsw
the standard remedy tor Itheumutisin, Neuralgia,
.Scialira, Lumbago, Frost biles, Caked I'reusu,
Itch, Cutaneous hruptioni, etc. These LinlmeuU
have stood the tests of time. They have perform
ed more Wonderful cures of obstinate hed-ridSen
cripples and have alleviated more pains in ashor er
.pace of time than have all other Liniments,
LntbrocutiouK, Extracts, Ointment", and salves
in existence. Their sale U increasing regularly
and rapidly, 'iheir best endorsers are phy-idsns.
surgeons and vetcrinarks. There is literally no
case of flesh, bone or muscle ailiaent upon man or
beast which the Centaur Liniments will not allevi
ate and generally cure, lint it must lie understood
that there arc two kinds of Liniment: the White
is for family use and the Yellow for horses and
animals, t or horses and mules liable t spavin,
Ibnc-bone. Hucenev. (ialls. Strains. Strlnu-halt
Poll-evil, etc., the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment is worth its weight iu gold. We have
thousands ol certificates relating how thousands ol
valuable horses have been speedily restored by a
dodar bottle of this all-healing remedy. The same
is constantly told of the effects on the human
fume. Persons hobbling on crutches tor yenrs
from Stiff Joints, Tumors and Old Sores, have by
the use ol the White Cen'aur Liniment, been
restored to the use of all their limbs. The eflects
are next to marvels. We will give the Liniment
to any person Who ever heard ot a railure. ttuch
a case hai never been reported to us. Thine Lini
ments are now sold" throughout the inhabitable
J. B. ROSE TO. . 4 l-v street. New Yorlc.
To the taste but death to Grlnes and Stomach com
piainis. i-uoner a uaatorlal s a complete sub
stitute for Castor Oil and is as pleasant to take as
Honey. It Is particularly soap ted to 1'eetning and
Irritable children. It destroys worms, assimilates
the food, fgulatas the stomach, and kures Wind
No remedy Is us ethcaciotis, for Feverish
ness. Croup. Worms and Whoouiuer Couch. Caa
toria Is a puraly vegetable preparation, more ef
fective than Castor Oil, and neither gugs nor
Colombia, Conn., May 8, lc7G.
Messrs. J. ft. TUsi.tC.N. Y.:
1 have a family of eight children, and have used
vourC'nstaria. I have never found anything soual
toll. My chllkren have been saved from severe
sickness liylha usa of Cat' aria. 1 recommend it
n preference to any ether medicine 1 know. 1
leal it a pleasure lo give this eerlilicat' on account
of the benefits 1 haue devived by the use of your
Very Truly Yours,
N OHM AN P. LITTLE
Pte Uoirta snS tissnxW C 1 D I V
trcwmmii.ionissrswsivja s m PS SI Ss S
Ot,, sil'Iit him a'tii.S-aWliliiSi
-ssipg onr Wan
ewuvj a mou
Ce. L lavda,
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1877
To every reader of this paper who seii'U us this
cert i done and ll we will forward, for one year,
"Th Treasure," a maguillcsst llliialrated
Monthly Journal aud Ilousekeeiiet's lliuiuins,
and one copy of our new and eletfUit ieiuluiu
"ASKING A BLKSSISO,"
A inanteri ace of the Dusaeldorf school tt genre
iwiiiting, by I'rof. Jonlan, sue xIj.V.,, ex
ecuted lii Uio higheet style of tbe art. Ketntl
prii of, which is and a copy ol ihc billow
ing lieaotll'ul poem descriptive of ilieohroino, In
tleant iilumiuaUrd colors lor framing .
Ayi but wait, good wlta, a minute;
1 Imve flrst a word to say ;
Ioyou know what to day is'
Motiier, tia our wediiing day !
J.mt as now, we sat at supper
when the guests had guneawayt
You i.al that side, I sal thia side,
r orty yara ago lo-dayl
Then what plans we laid together i
W hut brave things I mt "o!
Could wedreum to-dav would Snd US
AI ll.islillll- caud VOU?
Better o, ao clnuM and yet I
Hoiuetlmee Uilnk I c-unnt tell
Had our boy ah, yea! I know, dear j
1 el, fie dovtb all things well.
Well we've had our Joyeanlorrew,
blisR-d our emiles us well as tears j
And the best of all -I've bad your
Kaitlilul love for forty years!
Poor we've lMn, but not rorsanen :
tirlef we've known, but never shame
Father for Thy tnrtless mercies
BtUl we bleus inv nuiv name i
mt This ia a rare chance
ey We will pay you
large cash commis
sions and give you exclusive territory. Send
us one dollar, avoid unnecessary correspon
dence, receive your territory, and go to work at
oik. Upon receipt ol which we will forward
agent's ouult. certificate of agency, etc. Speci
men copies 1" cent, none free.
1 ."Adiiicas The Treasure Publiahing Co.
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7rt.ah.la.rto - - , Ua.r'B.a..
Wiikrius, On the first day of April, Wb,
Emuia Caulna and Robert II. Canine, ber hus
band, made, executed, acknowledged, and de
llverej, to Urn. aasie Williams, now Mrs.
Cassie Drip,., u e.riuin sale mortgage on lot
No. three i:i'. la ! lue.k No. twenty-niue in
Opdyke it jMi'e r'e audition, ti the city ol t hea
ter, in the couul f of Kaii.iolWi and SUleof 1111
nms. to secure tiie ouvmcnt of four cerbiia pro-
misaoty noteji eei;tiu-i by said Itobert II. Can
ine, dated April 1. 1".0, lor two hundreil dollars
eiu'h, payable in three, six, nine and lllteen
mouths, respectively, from the dates thereof,
with ten percent. Interest from the dotes there
of: which said mortgage was duly recorded
April ii. Itfl'l, the recorder's ollice In said Ran
dolph county, in book No. one (I) oi leaecs,
Ac on age : and
WusaKAM, r-atd mortgage provides among
other things fur the sale bv the said mortgagee,
of said lot and all tho right and quity of re
demption therein of tbe suid grantors, incase
ot dt fault in the puymenl of tbu suid note or
iinr part thereof : and
vt h-has, The time for the payment of tha
Bald noten.and each of them has long since elaps
ed, and there now remains due on the last thiee
ol the above mentioned notes tbe sum of six hun
dred and fourteen dollars anil ttve cents (OI4.U6.)
Now, therefore, notice ia hereby givtn that,
"' Thii-ieifiv. tbclllh oy oC Jsnuiuy, !-,, at
tne iliwr ur ,.1-1.' Tii,.a saia city ol (.neat?,
at the hour oi two o'clock p. in. of said day, tha
uodcr-igucd will offer said premitea lor suieto
the htyhuii bidder lor cash iu hund and on mak
ing said sale, will iiuvv., axecqte, and deliver to
the purchasera good undsulllcient deed merefur,
Formerly t'ania WitliamH
is hereby given that, bv vlr'tieof a decree of tho
I oiinly i.ourt of Alexander County in Uih .state
of Illinois, rendered at tlx Noveinlier term,
A. D. lhT7. 1, Atigtn: Wutermeier, idmlnialra
tor of the Estate ol Frederick Walermeier, lie
iieaned, wtil seil at public v. n lie on the 21th
dy of Dece ,nlier, A. I). liT7, u: ti.e west door
ol the Court Houaeio the city ol Cairo, in said
County, and Susie, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said
subject to the widow's (lower Interest therein
for the paym -nts of the debts of said Estate ol
1'r.d-rick Wateinieier, deveaaed, the lullowing
described property, to-wit :
The south i of northwest, quarter of north
west, quarter in section thirty-six (), town
phip, llpeen (la) south range two (.'), West of
t ie :srl principal meridian siUute in said county
of Alexander and Slate o! llliuois.
Tern s ol i-ale Cash in hand upon approval
of sale aud delivery of deed
Administrator of the Estate oi r red Water-
Dated Cairo, Ills., Nv. 21st. 17.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander county. Junuarv term,
A. 1). l;x.
Htnrv Whitcamp vs. William Eichhoff, Henry
KichhuO". Kaihi EicbholT. Charles Kiciihofl and
Cracie Eielih'jff, bill to riloriu and foreclose mort
gage in chancery.
Amoavii oi tne non-rcsiuencc oi jienry
Kii hu jff and Katld Eichhoff. two of the
drlcmlants above nan ed, having been filed in tile
office of Die c era of said circuit court of Alexander
county, notice is hereby given lo said non-resident
deli ituants, that the coiup.ainuul tiled bis bill of
Cunip.aint in said court on the chancery side thereof
ou the Z'st day of Noveuioer A. It. IMi, anu tnat
a siiiuirions ihereupun issued out of said court
agaimt said defendants, returnable on the first
Muuuay of January, A. D. lo.a, as is by law re
quir d. Now, therefore, unless you, the said Hen
ry EichhotTand katiii Eichhoff snail personally be
and appear before the sai4 circuit court of Alexan
der county on ihe fit day of the next term there
of, to be hoideu ut the court bouse in the city of
Cairo.iii said county, on the fust Monday of Janu.
ary A. D. l"s, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complan. nit's bill ol complaint, the.ame, and
the matter and things therein charged agd staled,
will be taken as coufess-d, and a decree entered
sajaiusl you according to the prayer of said bill.
John A. Kkkvk, Clerk.
Oio. Fi'iltB, Complainant's Solicitor,
Nov. iht, A. D. IfcTi.
?tateof Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit court ot Alexauder county, Januoiy
L learn., . n,si,i,s vs. M.tr E. T.nnhlenne.
Jilll ft iilvorco tu OlnrmTcry-.
Albd-.vll of the non-residence of Mary E. Lon
hleunc, the iiel'endaut above named, having
beeu li It-. I in Hie oillce if tho clerk of said
court ol Alexander couaty, notice Is hereby
piven to the said non-resident defendant,
(bat the complainant tiled bis bill of com
plaint in Baid court on the chancery side thereof
on tne Mill nay ol Uctnber.A.D. Ii7, and that a
summons thereupon issued out of said court
ugaiust suid defendants, returnable on the
u mi aioiiuay in the muntli ot Junuary, A. o.
unless yon, the said Mury E. Lonhienne, shall
poisonaViy be aud upucar beiore the suid circuit
court of Alexunder iwunty on the llrst day of
me uw term tberevl. to lie tionicn at tne court
house in the city of Cairo, in said county on the
una jiuuu., m tne moniu oi .lanuury, A. i.
IsTS, and plead, anwtr 0r demut to said bill ol
complaint, the same and ihe ma.tcra and tilings
therein set forth, will be lakon a eoniesscd. and
a deer e entered against you accosdijjg iu t)lt
utaverui saiu uiii.
JOHN' A. REEVE. Clerk.
W. C. Mt'LKXY. Complaiuaiit's Soltuitor.
Cairo. Ills. Oct. lath A. U. le?T. liw.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, January
Term, A. D. lfTS.
Ccurge Weiss vs. Mary Nolle, Anna Nolte, Ida
, Nolle and Aiustine Nulls Dill to toreclase
mortgage ia chancery.
AtTitlavn of tho non-residence of Mury Nolte,
Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine Nunc, the de
endonts above named, having been tiled In the
office of the Clerk of -aid Circuit Court of Alexan
dcr County, notice is hereby given to the said non.
resitleut defendsnte, that the complainant filed his
bill if complaint in said Court on the Chancery
side thereof on Ihe if 'th day of October, A. D.
1H77, and that a summons thereupon issued out of
said Court against said defendants, returnable on
the first Monday of January, A. I). I STB, as is by
law required. Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Mary Nolte, Anna Nolte, Ida Nolte and Arnstine
Nolu shall personally be and apear before the said
C ircuit Court of A lexander County, on the first day
of Ihe next Term thereof, to be holden at the Court
house in the city ot Cairo, tn said county, on the
first .Monday of January, A. D, 167s, ai,d plead,
onswirnr demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the name, and the matters therein
charged aud stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
JOHS A. UEEVK, Clerk.
GEonoB Fihukr, Complainant' s Solicitor,
OctuberHU, 11 7. tNov 1. 4w)
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Goods Sold Very Close.
Coiner 18th etreet and Commerol Ave.
C O. PATTER & CO.
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Tho elegant etde-wueel steamer
N altir fl. rxiNinoion........ Master
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t Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
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Tbe fleet steamer
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Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with flret-claae steamers for bt. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evansvllle with
uioa. sv., n. is. tor an poiuuf xsuriasuiu assi.
and with the LoulavUla afall Htctoncra fo u all
oolnta on the Cddct Ohio, giving through re-
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For urther Information apply to
JAMES HIUU-l. Passenger Agent.
HAI.LIDA Y HKOe)., I
Or to O. J. ti RAMMER,
dupenntendest and General Freight Agent,
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Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to. "
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Office on whart boat, loot of Sixth street."
OtUce oi llalllday Brothers, opposite St.
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Damp, foot of Thirty-eignth street, or
I'ost Oillce drawer .100 .
City National Bank
W. P, HAXLIDAY, President.
UENRY L. UAUlTDAY, VieePreal.
A. '. FrOUD, Cashier.
WATTKIt HY8LOP, Aaa't Cashier.
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Ezobange, Coin and United States
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DIPOS1T.1 received aad a geaeral banking
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Ia Ihe use ef this bock Stanly atoistea the fjaas
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tho indications presented by that elaae eat U
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ol my high apprecuuloa ol its value, based a pea
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xpeetatioaa of a single invalid tody wtw
for any of the ailments for which I is-orjawaaajjs.
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peolfle in al
Ocuronlo disease ef the aextai -
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tern of woman. . It will Mdisassacias,
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these subjects can obtain It to t tMlff
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