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OFFICIAL PAl'Klt or 1 UK ( J I V A.VH (.'Ol'XTY
Only MoruiiiirD.i ly in Southern Illinois
Democrat u It oiuinutiont".
for arm Ti'KAfnt-:R,
EDWARD L. CKuNrilili'li, of Slcyh?i.ion.
ro ICEIUNTEX'I)! r HP" PtTI.IC IN'Tni'CTIO.V,
SAXIlKL M. JJ'llT.ft. of McLtau.
fO CLERK OFTJIK SIT,".: tT rori.T, Eol'THtll.V GRAND
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marlon
ro CLIHK OK Tltr. AlVLU..'i: COCIIT. fUL-i'HEIlN
JOHN Q. HAliUAX. of Ales.iuiier.
roa ooMSREaa-EtRim.rNTii coxohessioxai. district
W.J. ALI.EX. ol Jaek.on.
to !PHi8ENTATivi:!i-Fii rar:! si:s.tof.ui ut-
T. W. IIAI.M-VY. of Ak'xi'iiuer.
T. T. ho lj if Jnck.on.
The $3,000 bukiiic.' in the hands of the
New York yellow f-jver relief Vummittee
bas been turned over '.o t;i3 wife anJ chil
dren of Lieut. Earner, the ill-fiiteJ com
mander of the Chi:nih 'rs' expedition.
Vote for Tlics. V,'. ILJlidny and Theo
dore Robinson,' the Democratic nominees
for the lower houss of the General Assem
bly, They are men of ubi'.ity, and tferve
the indorsements a rousing majority.
Vote for Win. J, Allen. It might occur
that your single vote will save the district
to the Democratic party. The district is so
close that no Democrat should suII't any
obstacle that is at all surmountable, to keep
him away from the polls.
Vote for William J. Allen. Go to the
polls at an early hour; aud then, if you can
spare the time, devote the balance of Jio
day to the bruiiinr,' in of tardy Democrats.
A full Democratic vote will elect Alien by
one thousand majority. Lukewarraness or
indifference will fncom;ats his d'.-feu.
The Carbonunle Free Press says: "We
make no charges against ?ir. Ko!inon.Ddii
cratic nominee for -itntive, Wetliiuk
well of him."' Thin !;;; ; true, R-)Liii;on
.must bean r.nc.xc-Joir'l-ie man ;vV'd.
The Democrat, ar;,' .; wipitn a rajnimnt
Radical sheet, like 'he ";( . I'r s-i, can s:.y
nothing of a defauj..;crr character, must hi
sans reproec'.'e; .'.p' 1. The wonder is
that Mr. Ribino:!'s coaf.;ssvd!y blameless
life shields him.
The vote of the Da:iocr:.tic party will
elect Hannan by a m:j"rity of thousands;
but it would be a w;'.l (":?.;?( j compliment
to him and one th u no ir.m would esteem
more highly, if v.-.? n-i ::.t sen-'t h';:i cut of
convey an iutimitn the frenuiy feel
ings cherished f. r him ap.Km-r h;s political
opponents. As io o ie iv :-o wild as to con
ceive the posaihil'.ty of Ulen's el ction, srch
a compliment woul v 1 ut a little thing h
its bcstowal,but ur.c which would be highly
prized by its recipient.
Elections will be hcl Ito-d.iy in Illinois,
Kentucky, Kiiip:-.?, Cthfornia, M.issuchu
etts, Michigan, yjr.-.w: -n,, Nevada, Xew
Hampshire, New J ; New Vorlt, Tenu
ylvania, Fdiode Island. Veimont and Wis
consin. All the- : jfi cxc-pt two are
now under R")uli'.'i :, i t-:i'r!, and a ma
jority wilt remain .. Tip. Democrats will
gain congressmen in N,w Yoik, Pennsyl
vania and New rare; hire; but if it merely
holds its own, it will 1 r.v,; a working ma
jority in the next h it-. which is the great
deslderation at whii.i it h aim n:'.
Not for a single moment during the en
tire campaign lu.s Jad-jj Allen ' forgotten
that ho is a gciith.m.in. Assailed by Re-
puoiican newspp...;3 j.nl sp ukers in tho
most violent terms, uiecilng personal abuse
and villiflcation at any turn, he has pur
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sueu me even icm.r iu, wty, speaking of
his competitor, 11 nt all, in tie., most courte
ous manner, and utterly ignoring assaults
of his enemies that were intended to force
bim to the level of personal warfure. Al
though most shamefully abused and foully
slandered, he has demeaned himself in
calm and composed manner, and discussed,
not the personal futilts nud misdeeds of his
opponent; but those treat questions of
national 'inport respecting which the peo
ple wished to be enlightened. He Iks fhiii
Won the respect and admiration of all geu-
Jlmeu, jyen: .among those who propose to
support Ins 'opponent, Mr. Thomas. Had
Mr. Thomas pursued the same gentlemanly
lid of action lie would, to-day, be five hun
dred votes the stronger.
Fhom the""niacteenth congressional dis
trict comes the welcome intelligence that
Mr. Townshend,' tho Democratic nominee,
is making a vigorous campaign and willte,-
ceivo a heavy majority. His speeches have
taken the wind out of the sails of the. two
gentlemen on the Republican amfyVircen
back tickets, who have had the"la(f judg
ment to butt their heads against the wall
of the Democratic ticket' in that district.
The masses of the Republican party there
are discouraged by Hayes and disgusted by
the attempt to put up (Jrant for a third
term, and show do enthusiasm.
Jack Kuykendall is the Republican
candidate, in the 51st district for the state
senate. He recently made a speech in Eliz-
abethtown, and his audience consisted of
ten men, seventeen boys, ten girls, eight
women, and seven dogs. During his speech
he declared that the Independents of Har
din county were abandoning their party
and returning to the folds of Republicanism.
The county officers aud leading citizens of
Elizabethtowu unite in a public card iu
which they not only denounce the assertions
as a lie; but declare that Kuykeudall will
bo beaten iu that county by at least 400
votea. George W. Young will represent the
51st district in the next Senate.
Democrats must not get confused by the
multiplicity of tickets that will be pre
sented to them to-day. If they are not
familiar with the names of 'jthe regular
Democratic nominees, they should call
upon sorao honest Democrat who Is better
informed. No means aro too unscrupulous
for the Republican managers to adopt to
catch the votea of the unsuspecting.
Among other traps that they have set is the
substitution of Thomas' name for that of
Allen. Be on your guard then, or you may
be entrapped into the support of measures
which it is your pleasure to abhor, and of
men whom it is your duty to assist in de
The Evansville Courier desires to be in
formed why Attorney-General Devens does
not investigate the election outrages of
Evansville. At the recent election there
colored Democrats who desired aud intend
ed to vote the Democratic ticket, were forced
by crowds of colored Republicans to vote
the Repubhcun ticket. A refusal would
havp excited violence, lu which the few
Democratic negroes would have been torn
to pieces unless protected by the whites.
But even in that event, vengearce would
have merely been postponed r.whi'e, as it
seems to be the well settled opinion of
southern Indiana colored Republicans that
a negro Democrat is fit only to be killed.
Such affairs as this, however, would exci'e
in the Attorney General nothing more than
a wink of approval. Outrages that Increase
the Republican vote are regarded by our
Washington authorities as of that class of
crimes that are justified by the end.
The town of Hickman was a terrible suf
ferer from the yellow fever. But for the
imely flight of a majority of her citizens,
the recoid of deaths would have been appal
ling. Col. Tyler, a resident of the locality,
8aysthat of five hundred people who re
mained in the city, four hundred and fifty
fell victims to the fever. These are round
uumbers, but we are assured that they sim
ply represent the true condition there.
Among the five hundred refjrred to, ore
hundred and five were white men, and of
these white men one hundred and one, or
all but four, were smitten with the fever.
Of the first class, one hundred and thirty
nine died. Of ihe other class seventy died ;
and of the two hundred and fifty whites em
braced in the five hundred who remained,
only eight or nine escaped attack, and one-
hundred and twenty-six, or more than one
half of the whole number, died. . This is a
fearful reckoning, and marks Hickman as
the heaviest sufferer in the south, in propor
tion to her population.
Ik fifteen states of the Union congressmen
are to be elected to-day, and if Democrats
do their duty the Democratic majority in
the lower House of Congress will not only
be maintained, but materially increased.
Tho Eastern bond-holder, by a needless
contraction of tho currency has fastened
upon tho people a load that it too heavy to
bo longer borne. If Western Democratic
Congressmen are elected, the true interests
of the West will be properly taken care, off
but if divisions are permitted in our party
ranks, the effect will only be to add strength
to the chains which Radical legislation has
already fastened upon us. What intelligent
Greenbacker can afford to vote for a nomi
nee who stands no chance of election, when
the Democratic nominee agrees with hitalu.i
quite all his views, and Is in a position to
do him infinitely more service than men if
bis own selectio
Througa a Democratic
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
majority la both houses of congnss Jren
backers majOio'xi to achieve the chief ends
nt which thjy ro ii ming. In no o'er way
and through r l, means csn they ever
ho accompl'shci.. Dunocratic Grnback
era who eloflo their eyes to tills fact, will
open them after awhile; but it will be too
lute, then, to repair tho injury their trui.ncy
mayhave occasioned. It is brd policy to
divide, if we desire tocououer.
Northehn fanatics aud mischlef-qiakers
affect great solicitude for the future peace
of the country, becauss, forsooth, the South
is solidly Democratic. It has been the aim
of theso unhappy crautures, for fhtiea years
or more, to render the North solic'Jy Repub
lican. Failing in the attempt, they profess
to see danger in the success t ie democracy
have achieved lu precisely thi same line of
effort. The North is not now, end never
will be again, solid Republican te-ritory.
In tho October battle the right wing of
their forcesjwas turned by the gtl'ant Dem
ocrats and Independents of Iowa j tiieir
left was badly confused iu Mti'ne, Indiant
and Ohio, aud to-day the Democratic 1;
gions of Illinois, New York and Pennsyl
vania will makq a successful dash agtdust
their center. See to i', then, you democrats
of the Prairio State, that you have all your
armor on, and that, fall who may, you dis
charge your duty to yours!?, yourpcrty
and your country.
THE ELECTION TO-DAY.
To-day's election Is one of mere Import
ance tnan is suggested oy "surfiM ina ct
tions." The result may, uud most probtaly
will, have a bearing upon the Pr;ident.l
contest of 1880. Should the presence of
three candidates in the field at that tame,
throw the decision of the question Inro con
gress, the congressmen elected to-day will
form that congress. Each state, ii the de
cision of the matter, will cast one vote.
Twenty states form a majority,, and the
democrats have already secured nineteen.
In Illinois we have a majority of but a few
thousand t overcome, and if democrats
perform their whole duty to-day, Illinois
will' be added to the list as the twentieth
state. In any event, let it not be said that
we of the eighteenth district were either
sluggish or lukewarm. The district Is. a
very close one, ind both the state and na
tional republican committees have sent
money here with which to corrupt
voters. Unimportant as our congreasiontl
struggle seems, the bondholders and bank
ers of the country and the manuracturing
nabobs of New England, are watching it
with the keenest solicitude. They have
furnished the "sinews" in tha shape ol
money, and expect to buy Democratic
voters, like so many cattle, to support the
Republican ticVe'. Democrats, as a gen
eral thing, are ;-oor men most of them
shove the place, hold tho plow or dig in
the ground for their scanty means of liveli
hood ; but the gold of the Dives of the
Republican party will be clinked in their,
faces in vain. Though poor, many of them
needy, their manhood is not on the market.
They will stick to their party, vote for Al
len, for Hulliday, Robinson, Harman and
the other democratic nomipeea, and thus
preserve their personal and political in
tegrity, without spot or blemish.
AN INFAMOUS TRICK.
The Republican State Central Committee,
ia tho hope of influencing "War Demo
crats" and "Repullicr.n Nttionah," have
resorted to an eleventh hour trick that
should brand every man of them with inef
faceable infamy. By that committee, or
through their connivance, a "Circular Let
ter," purporting to come from the Demo
cratic State Central Committee, has liceo
circulated broadcast throughout the State
This forged letter abounds in declarations,
most obnoxious and exasperating, like the
"We cannot afford to pay the Yankee
"There was no need of the war, and the
war debt was contracted under, the protest
of the Democratic par'y." s
"The doctrine of States R'ghts is the dec
trine of the Constitution. The 'hero of the
Lost Cause' asserts this doctrine ia his M!-
sippi speech, and lully vindicates the right
of a state to withdraw from tho federal
comprct. English statesmen so expound
our Constitution; and, but for slavery,
would have interfered in behalf of our
Southern brethren during tho war."
"The justice of tho Southern war claims
is admitted by all unprejudiced men; their
property . was ruthlessly destroyed their
homes laid waste by the Yankes raiders un
der Sherman and others, and they mast be
paid or the Northern war debt repudiated."
. "Tho crippled soldiers of the Southern
States fought honestly for a constiutional
doctrine, and aro as much entitled to a fed
eral pension as thosoldkrs of the North;"
and so on to the end. '. 1 i
The circular ii addressed to "reliable Dem
ocrats," and exhorts them to be discreet
to resort to overy means to secure theVotet
.of Republican Nationals bat not totnut
them with o copy' of the 'circular' :
' It is scarcely possible that any thiflVuig
Demount or National will be deceived by
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this eleventh hour piece of villainy; but
that fact detracts nothing from tho black
asn of its infamy. A party whose straights
ssera to drive them to such desperate : .
sorts, is unworthy of the continued respect
and confidence of decent voters; ami the
candidate who triumphs through the use of
such means is not such a meg as can b?
trusted by the psople.
VELL SAID, AND FEELINGLY.
Tho ecit:rof the Paducuh News wrk.s
thus feelingly of the North's respouse to tho
Southern call for help :
8oiae dd soldiers bury their war i-xper-ienccs
beneath the cares and duties of bus
iness, and no one would suppose from theii
talk that their sober manner and steady
pulse hud ever leaped in glory at the rattle
of musketry and the roaring of the cannon,
Others, h wever, carry their war reminis
cences ab ut with hem as the white mice
exhibitor parades his miniature menagerie
on the street corner, crawling from Ids
pockets and over his stump of an m m. A
little dose of war talk is sometimes plet'.simt
enough, but when we remember ti nt the
war is over; that the sword is beaten into a
ploughshare, so to speak; that gunLxm's
have been stripped of their old iron plat s
and the hulls worn out as wharf-boats; that
frowning breastworks have sunk into the
smooth end fertile wheat fields; that old
uniforms have been worn out by t ie ne
groes; that secession is dead and' slavery a
thing of the past, and that the already clos
ing wounds of the nation have this yen- n -ceived
a more potent healing balm Hum all
in the malarial aid from the North f.ir the
plague-stricken South, we feel like U.ring
from the exhibition of such fossils as w ;r
talk brings forth from their thirteen years
slumber, and trying faithfully to fm-tfei that
war ever raged, while praying that 'it mey
The October report of the Department of
Ag.lculture estimates this year's corn c rop
at 1,800,000,000 bushels. The yield of wheat
will exhibit 400,000,000 bushels, probahly
the greatest quantity of wheat ever produc
ed in one year in any country, and the ctop
of oats will be larger than the very line
one of 1877.
BROOKtra Eagle: "Asa matter of iact.
r.uu assuming wai me lnierests oi uie
j j ,t.
oiecke auu whites are alike in the south
that their stake in their state ami the'r
country is the same the Republican par.y
should not have received a solitarv vote
from the Potomac to the Gulf of Mexico.
lor Kepuolican rule in the south me:-,t
legalized nlonder. and it was so. Its ovr-
a so. its over-
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:n lollOWi'U iiV
bv a return of
' tit. ,
ion. It Is true
throw in tnat siction has been
peace and prosperity, and
society to its normal condition.
the south is still 'solid.' So it is, and kg it
will be, whue the fear of Republican ascer,
Eostok Post : "The mutter ot the ripm. r
dispatches is in a nutshell. Republican nv
cals had the presidency for sale. The priec
tliey asked was a feasible one. TI c olf .r
was made to Tilden's friends. Money was
at command if they had been disposed l i
trade. The proffer was rejected. The in
famous brokers then sought Hayes" l'rii nd. i
With them they were successful. Il.iyi !
was seated. Every mother's son tn'i".-.'!
in the wickedness was rewarded with a f t
m M.. ... ..... . .
owe, luiienivirtua.ll lie Unew anvi'na:.'
of what wet irolnir on. stood the tent, lfavi-a'
d'dn't. That is all there is ot it." i
WoRKt.voi!EX. Before you benin your
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nesvy spnng worn alter a wmter oi reiaxa- i
tion, your system needs cleans
strengthening to prevent an atfuck of
b'.l'ious or spring fever, or some other sprinrr
sickness that will unfit you fur a ie:)M,:i'
work. You will save time, much 'in: -and
great expense if you will ne one but-',
tie of Hop Bitters in your family thi, i
month. Don't wait. See other column. j
B"WAREOFCnsApExci?AST8, And u-e, j
if you need a tonic stimulant nud rl ora-!
tlvs, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. The '
liquors of commerce, even when they ere
not adulterated, fall to produce more than
a temporary exhilaration, usually followed
by a depressing reaction, anything but
beneficial to a weakly constitution. Not
only do the potent botanic ingredients com
bined with the alcoholic of Hostet'er's
Stomach Bitters minister to the health vA
vigor of those who use it, but the bus's
pure old rye, the finest and most salubrious ;
liquor distilled, is no mean promoter of a
healthful condition of the digestive orgnis.
Its presence in the bitters is esscnt'td to
preserve their vegetable constituent from
fermentation, and it unquestionably v.:v:
ments their remedial value. Few medii inn!
preparations of a proprietary nature hav.. .
ver received such strong commentation ;
fiom medical men.
Fat Man Made Hapm Lof.s 01 t i;t
Prattville, Ala., July 20, 1878. iloitmie
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i5mii.iuij vu,, jjuuuiu, it, i,; urciiiiciuci;
About three months ago I commune ..!
using your AJiti-tat-" at which fine my
we gut was 819 pounds. By follow....;
yosr directions carefully, I have succeeded
in reduc'ng my weight to 158 pounds. This
matt veT stuisiacwry ana pleasant; but
just previous to my commencing the tt,e of
your medicine, I had purchased two mil
of fine clothes at a high price, aud flinl, '0
my dismay, that they are entirely useless to
mo now. When I put one of my coats on.
my friends tell me it looks like a cofl'.-o
sack on a bean pole, and when I put tho
pants on well, ' description fuils. My ob
ject in writing it to ascertain whether you
have not, in connection with your medicine
business, an establishment where your pa
trons, timllarly tiruated, could exchargo
these useless garments for others that would
fit. I think you ought to have something
of the kind, at it would be an Inducement
for many to use the Anti-Fat, who now ob
ject to using it, In consequence of the loss
they would sustain in throwing aside valua
ble garments. Just turn this matter over
in your mind. A "Clothing Exchange" is
what you want in connection with your
Anti-Fat business. Yours truly,
FO R O A rJ.lA I i I MI I
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i ar. i tin' ai'i mi in in i.','i-e i.y .ii,,:a, i I'ui ! num. i" "laa la ve"
X ii ,'.i.i. i lit: ni-i-ii ri'iiaikaliiv lav n ..eui.-ii i.i ''
tlai-i: a lai Paul nil', ri-.', vplinil nia-l lidl'l am i,f I
tl.e t:-niil r iin-i'i ta n lii.niiil nai he tin,- I
llier !ar iiitiin up auvli lu h h. far,, s,.' i , 1 in.,,, )
'''I 1'i'f l! i-Piu ! 'IIAs l'. fiTAUT. W holef'nPi'mVd"'
('.ulii Ii 1. L'i .N S ill, K. i 't H 1, I'-oh on. ' i-"l lri' O.x.ilt ainl Nuliuni"
II114IM1 . in , , ." '"
l-.ur.i p:t'iiii-e of hai.tard'. I: alii ill Curt nm' an
r. S i: fiii'l. Improved Inladinu' Tithe, anil InU
lilici-ilmi. Inr Ii" infill nil en. iB. 1'rp-e line llall.ir.
l-'ureale by all w bule-uie Mid retail diiU'ifiiU nnil
il e'lerr. thioti,'liout Ibu 1 iiitiij anw and 'an:iil'i.
WEKKs PiTTrtli. licnera! A'.-nM uud S hme-
.lle lllUt'jUW, liijrtOli, -M li-r .
Collin's Voltaic Plasters.
Ax mi:tim u.v imc nnniv m,,.!.' u tits M,bou
' wiauu4i i
i BIX!'.!) v. iiif a IIM.IILV MEWC.unP 1 - " .worchant jjl
, sVEtio": n::.vixii n.A-. fi:it, rouMixo r:ir. i r- -.. : ..jr
! B.'ibT M.Aiixn ioiipains amj aches in , I'ATEXTS.
j Tll wo-;i.:) or MEtuciNt. ' -
' . wATmnuM-r rr-., ! I A TTVTQ
A MORBID SWELLING.
' Crni!-.'m,-ii:-I fent for or of Cotlln'a Voltaic
1 " " r '""?" ot i-rcit bfiietiim redariiii!
. " 111 1 u "' '
! a mi-ilitu- In my U-it wh that i.vo plivlcirn pro- ,
o-.n.-n! !tii:neni-iit nl l!.e SpL-.-n and on j.-o- t tieulnfd for new lavrnllnat. or for lr
' uom:te.l Ii an v srtan Tumor. A, llltTKlt. ' on old oia.f : far neaiieal or uuier ronii,,
Ci.M.ai.iM.i, iNu.,M.i.cb '.0, lit.'. - - - -, matkt and Cvcat. AIi.ii
; .- . l-rvnr. A t-"-'a. Suit for lr,lrit z
TIIEV ARK THE BEST.
C .'iii'ieraeii : Riii lo-cd joav.lil flint i,1 I
wUti yini wm.lU ''iil we a not I i.r Cueii of your
Col'la'a Vo'itie 1'ln-ters. l!y iiiebiiuiu jou'wi,!
cue t!) i! Iri.n ill -aiaeihlni i i if Ip other lu onie
'aven ri II I iyi mil nP',- la l e ajj mal amua l
I 'a ra '.te e iii:tn', : w !n taiv, lii -'l y ,ur p : -t ,-r-.'.
an h t' ,: . ' :t out t!i,i, u'lp al-r wire cond Inr
ia. Iiu'.v ain v,:tn tat tl 'jl Kiev are .',e
r.ve ( i-.r Iri-d. I n iv; r il uiua; !.:
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j wi.ii n
I'rioo MZ Cent.;.
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ASSETS, Ji;.k 1, 1073, -
(N'o Premium Xottt )
i-.iriiUis over tlx Million Dollnts.
, n.M 1 ri b IK') A Ui,?: i
The urong-.-ot company is the one which has tho most dollars or well isvl
, xiXn roit f.vei;y bollaw or i.iaimtii;8.
Of the seventeen lavtrest Life Insurance Companies of the United State
; atioof uswta Cuxcludinff uromiutn notes! to liabilities, tho Eouitable is luriretr.
301.0!'. The second largest is 119.77, and the third largest 117.32.
nv.'iit, June 1, 1878. ' ' ' ..
Grow more popular every, day, and tiro made a specialty.
Wasiiixotox Avesue, Cor. TwelftIi Strei
ML Tl'AL AID SOCll
I KE'vA! EUREKA I
A SUBSTITUTE. FOR LI
iMrnwi. Aid H
tJit ii.iMt July Hth, 1877, r,p,
ti c Mi c.,t ft ! limit. L'opyrlel
t'. I',. itinli-r Art lit' On,
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BOARD OF MA.VAOKl:
ni. tia a", .t j e . it inie r Cutitity
Mr-. I. . I ni!!i. Vaiintjr Bratki-t Si'
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runnier. bale. die mid UetuillienJ
In (jii'ple and t'aiiciv Dry (iuijiL ..
"iliivi 'l.k'ivioit, of liiukte 1
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l!o":o,). '.'mini I, it .1 I iiij.in'ii hiiclorK
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,i. ui icii, .iiatitttiirtnri
vulU;l"l',,y'r? ul -Waleriuni.
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a. I fi-e" nr -a ' taaler the I'at.-nt La 1
iv n!i"i. . a i" Iiiii-ntion It.:
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Jll'll,t I J.l' ii, ino: ca.et. he
ni l'.-'i .-,-. a,,-,le tin: l S. I'aU'lH .
f '! i i.,- .: ,n Pan nt bulnm exrlui,1
i,. ' a , r M .iihen. and fecure 1
I'i,.li.p ;.ai: m.fc I roader c!aiKi, tl.,
' . ' r i M'l-hlii'.on.
i t. i i :a i i n., eavi.e t to palei t-ila
l-rr.r A., i 'I : ( :niiiOI'RC! atrl'tiv
J'-'i i- i-,,--. at.-l lai it.r?e uult-na I'meii'
'a :. : P r in W .illusion. ; Hon
(,-aie -:i ii. .! !' , lii-v. f. . Power. 'J
a. ,i a . a a,:, rank, 10 ( ft ' In
f tt. .t '. nt ' i- i. to "-.i-itatora and I'-.n
a i a. ; km. : m itllv to at:r ttb i
V : -I ' ' -' I '- '' " al m Cauada. Alio
C. A. !XOVr:
; ; '-' . ''-: ' I ,Q.r. Wab:ia-.on. It.
Tie M'..;t iinpDi t.iM question for those inoitrinrr their lives is "WHICH
rTlicst! ncrures arc from the official report of the iScwiork Insurance D'
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