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iiYlJOHN H. OBERLY &
1'ioin tho.Vddre-4 of Democrnllo CoDgrernen
Let there Iw no dissensions nUoat minor
nut Hern ; no time lost lu dlwawlon
or dead ctciiU; no aaalfetUtloR of
narraw or profwrlptlre fell
Micrilcc of the ctse to gratify Kr
xntml ambition or reiMtaeiit
FOR COXORBH 8TAXeAT-I.A0,
kn. nuxrjuc a. Aiesf,
Of Jerferaon County.
fOn TATK THJtACER,
01 H.nganoti Ooiinijr,
HK tUrSBISTKHUUNT Of PUBLIC 1XHTOC-
Of i'orm.(V)uoir. .
nr.. VltAMCMT. HIIKRMA.1.
Of Cuok County,
rou rrviTcsTunr commissioskr, (siioet
Of AJni. County.
T'lH CONdRMH XIUTM DISTRICT,
.XI., JOII3I )UMII, af Whit Ca.
FOR nKSAJpufi JST,DUTlirr,
. k. - irn-rrrigiti tin CMaiy.f
roa lurnKtKirT.viiTB isT WTICT,
tl.KXA!IDM H. ntVlM.
JIHIM II. MMA!.
Tub New York Dmxrat sayw "There
ii considerable in tho paper about the
1 prison reform coogre,' that ! In icss'on
somawlicra. Hls Vou, pr'Mn nuTtr
enn reform Congrvii, though it would be
a temporary rollf to have It tried on
lunm of tho members. Vfn nomlnsto Ilea
Uutlcr as an experiment." .
TlIK political friend of the great
Oerirwn leader, Carl Schurz, of Missouri,
arc lieing decapitated by President Grant
without mercy. The ' German Senator
docs not, liovrovorj in the language of
Lincoln, "ecare al a hooter," and fight
back with spirit.
Ifou are unwilling to increase the
burden of taxation that already weigh
too heavily on our shoulder,, vote NO
upon the proportion to imiiu 8100.000
county bond for the purpose of com
mencing a hijrh water road leading out
from Cairo toward Unity a road that
cannot be finished within the next
twenty years without bankrupting the
The N Y. Jit rld very truly sap:
'Tho Democratic party, learning wis
dom from the pt, and modifying its
policy to the accomplished facts and
exigencies of the time, has a future be
fore it. Using tho new power of the
age and nUnding upon a Conservative
platform, so a to arrest the revolution
ary tendencies of the Republicans and
preserve the harmony of local State
government with Federal authority, the
Democrats may again attain tho pend
ancy and have another loug leaso of
Tiik county tax is already CJ cenll
on the 8 100; the school tax is 00 cent;
the special tax is 50 cents ; the Htato
is 81 :i0 total 83 OS on" the f-100.
Shall we add at least 00 cculs to that
Mini by voting for thu propositions sub
mitted by tho County Court ? Are wo
in a condition to asuume the payment
of such largely increased taxes? Clear
ly not. Let your VQto hay NO at the
election next Tucsdey.
A hank check for .100, which lia
had a curious history, was sent to tho
Treasury Department at Washington a
short time sinco. Tt was taken from
tho body of a murdered Texan cattle
drover, several years ago, by Indians,
who iu consequence of the variety of
colors in tho rich engravings, uttached
some special importance to it,t and out
tho paper into several pioccs, dividing
them among tho tribc AiPeacft Com
missioner finally persuaded tho gentle,
savages to give up tho pieces, aud ho
pasted thorn together and forwarded tho
check (now complete) to Washington.
THE TRUTH. "
Lit Titxpajrert IWaa mr4 Het.
(Krom tlio Chicago Tribiiue, Radical.)
Cangrest titl maintaitu taxei direct and
indirect to the amount oKoffrjijfAaij J80Q .
000,000. Or THIS KNOKMOUS TAV tt
T1IAK ONR HALF IB HKOKIVKb BY UI
oovisnNMKKT. The remainder ii ditirib.
uted to private individuals, ami t claws
who control legislation.
WHERE ARE THE MUSX-UUXX
Fully three weeks ago, J). W. 3Iutin,
declared, in hi? court house speech, that
when tho affidavits of Clark and Wiley
(which fasten upon him n treacherous
opposition to Ocn. Ran in) were pub
lished in tho Cairo DiJM.KTlN, he
would publish his own affidavit and that
of K. Ur. Munn, declaring that Clark
and Wiley had sworn falsely.
The affidavits of Clark and Wiley
were published in the Hum.ktim nearly
two weeks ago; but where aro the affi
davits of D. W. and K. W. Munn?
lie solemnly declared, in the presence
of more than two hundred persons that
hewould publish them I Again wc ask,
where arc they ?
I. W. Munn can, with perfect com
placency, fulminate falsehood from tho
stump; but bad as he is, he hesitate to
Wo submit, therefore, that in refus
ing to publish the joint affidavit of
Muun & Munn, he has violated a
promise voluntarily made to at least
two hundred of his fellow citizens I But,
better that, ten thousand times better,
than that he should, by complying with
his promise, fasten upon his soul tho
blot of perjury.
"THE AO If, LAZY, LOUNOISa, LU
Col. Crebs, standing before the peo
ple as an honest man ; as a man who&e
croual and official honesty even his
opponents cannot question, a few des
perate Radicals of this city, havo
hatched up tho miserable story, that four
teen years ago, ho was a Know-Nothing
The charge is too absurd to excite any
other reply than that of derision. The
poor dispairing fellows who repeat this
foolish charge, have only their nakad
word to support it ; and if they had
any idea of the contempt and derision
they are exciting among the very cbus
of peoplo they expect to humbug, they
would be forced into tho conclusion that
the Irish do not believe Iladital election
lies "worth a. cent."
It is unueccsary to prove that Col.
Crcbs is not and never was a Know
Nothing, because nobody believes that
be is, ever was or ever can be. No is,
asitated yesterday, of (!ermsn parentage,
and is au enemy to proscription in mis
shape. Hut how stand it with D. W.
Munn ? Wo have the proof that du
ring the years 1SM-5-G he was a vio
lent Know-Nothing, and in tho public
prints of Charleston, Illinois, over his
own initials, denounced n large clement
of our foreign born citirens ns, "LOW,
LAZY, LOUNGING, LICKNTIOUrf
Will Mr. Munn deny this charge '
Will any responsiblo friend deny it for
him? If ho ifori deny it, personally or
through his friend, wo will fihtcn the
charge upon him aa with rivets of steel.
The cry of "stop thief I" raUd by
the "financial agent" And other friends
of Mr. Muun, was made in anticipation
of this very charge. Wo have proven
so much on him ; shown him to be so
utterly unworthy, that tho niorcy in our
composition would have caused us to
pass over this one of his scores of ob
noxious acw, utterances and character
istics, if the indiscretion of his friends
had not compelled us to cxposo it.
n conclusion, wc repeat that during
the years lSM-f-l5 Dan Munn was a
Know-Nothing ; ho has furnished the
evidence over the initials of his own
name. Let him usk for that evidence,
and it ihall bo forthcoming.
The canvass is rnpidly drawing to n
elnso; and, contemplating the part the
Ik'J.LETlN has taken, we cannot pay that
we have anything to recall or apologise
In doaling with D. W. Muun, the
Radical candidate for Congress, wo only
waged that kind of warfare which ho
initiated. Damaging as the charges are
that wo havo preferred against him, wo
psk rery unprejudiced reader of our
paper, if we have not supported each
und every one of thorn by evidence that
leaves but little, if any, doubt of his
We havo proven that D. W. Munu
treacherously endeavored to compass tho
defeat of Gen. Rauui.
We have shown that, in the Stato
Senate chamber, he denounced, in tho
most violent terms, tho Fuller Railroad
bill, aud immediately voted for it.
Wo have shown that he, of nil tho
Radical Senators of the State, worked
;n the interest of the Wiggins Ferry
Company (n rich Missouri corporation)
to defeat measure, local td-St. Clair
county, and in tho defeat of which it in
difficult to mc that ho had ally other
than h "valuablo" interest.
We have shown that ho usedihis in
fluence to cause the removal of OoJ.
Graham, a crippled soldier, an diOBest
man, an efficient and obliging oBccr,
from tho Cairo poitofficc, that his
clique and family might control that
official flesh pot.
Wc havo shown by affidavits that,
when ho was in tho substitute business
in Cairo, he put a young man into the
naval service, and then paid him only
one third of the bounty promised.
Wc.bavo sti'own 'that, as Senator, he
spoke in favor of and voted for a bill
to turn over to the surgeon's dissecting
knife, the bodies of all poor and friend
les paupers that might dio in Illinois.
Wo havo shown, by ovidoncc that has
not, to our knowledge, been gainsaid,
that in tho spring of 1863, in the fuce
of a defiant cuemy at Vicksburg, aud
in spite of the declaration of
General Grant that "no officer's
"resignation would be accepted
except for inefficiency or cowardice," he
resigned hisa commission, came home,
and never returned to th army.
Wo liavo shown that his dealings
with the people of Union and Perry
counties, while he occupied a scat in the
Stato Senate, wcro of a character to cre
ate more than a suspioion that ho was
governed entirely by"pccuniary"motivc1,
and that his services aa legislator were
subject to the control of his law part
And so on, ad libitum.
..Day after day wo havo . multiplied
charges against 1). j Munn, and we
ask candid men if a single one of them
hos been disproved? Ifwc have estab
lished them, by o vide nee entitled to be
lief, they stamp him as an unworthy
man. If wo have proven a singlo ono
of them to be true, he is unfit to repre
sent this people in the Congress of the
United State, and honest men, irres
Ictive of party affiliations, should tco
to it that hois defeated.
liullcliariit or the tpulillcnn Party.
Herewith wo gtvu au extract from a let
ter of tho Kaiicl candidato for Congreii
In the Hochs.ter it. Y.) dlitrlct, to a
United Statci senator. That he knows
whereof ho ipukki, and is competent to
t'dtlfy upon questions relating to lUdical
managemont of our finances, the fact that
be was at ono tlrno Comptroller of tho cur
rency oui;ht to b proof positive. Hero i
" It can be cfearly demonitrated that
frauds sad evasions are practised to inch
an extent that not more than one-half of
the amount is collected that should nnd
would bo if thp Uwf were enforced with
administrative ability and integrity. Tho
result is that tho u'oncit tax-payers are
now paying upon a bails of revenue
of snout niuo hundred mlffioni . of
dollars per annum, whlla not more than
hulf of that sum find lu way Into the
trrasury. Sttitlcs of tho manufactures,
productions, ete., of thu country will prove
that if tho tax to which they are subjected
woro fnlrly collected, nnd the same rule
applied to our customs duties, the Income
of ruvenuo would amount to about tho sum
iiamtHl above, nine hundred millions of
Trraton of she Kmpcror a Mi Hasatat.
Touns, October 31. A government
council was held last night, which lastod
until u late hour.
Tho following proclamation was Issued
Fronch Kopubllcl Liberty! Equality I
fc; Proclamation to tlio French peoplo.
Frenchmen! raisoyour spirits and res
olution to the fearful bclghtu of tho porlls
which have broken on the country. It still
depends on us to mount above mitfortunp,
and show tho world how n great poopl
may bo who are resolved not to perish, sud
whoso courago incrnuus In the midst of
Metr. has oupitulnto.1. Tho general on
whom Franco couutfd 1ms just taken away
from his country In its dmiger moro than
ono hundred thousand of its defundors
Murshalllazalno has betrayed us; ho lias
mado hlmsolf tho agont of the man of Se
dan and an accomplice of the Invader
nnd regardless of tho lienor of tho army of
which ho had charge, ho has surrendered
without muking u hut eflort 120,000 light
ing men and 20,000 wounded mcn, guns,
cannon snd thejstrougost citadel of Franco,
Motz. "Wo aro ready for tho last sacrifices
in tho faco of ourenomics whom, every
Huch a crlmo is above even the punish
ment of Justice.
Meanwhile tho French measure the
depths of the abyss into which tho empire
has boon precipitated. For twonty years
France submitted to this corrupting power,
which extinguished lu her the springs of
greatness and lifo. Thu army of France,
stripped of its imtioaal character, became,
without knowing it, an investment of ty
ranny, and is swallowed up Insplto oftlie
heroism of tho suldlors by tho treason of
tho chief in tho dlsastors of tho country.
In loss than two months 350,000 men have
ljtnn i1itHvnrri1 nvup'tn llin flnomv. a lillis-
tor sequel to tho military coup domain of I
CAIBOrHiMOIS, NOVEMBER 2,
December. It fs tlrno for us to riwsnr
I --- - mil iir1isa 4 ft r trtd
Wtho Itopubllc, which we havo determined
not -to allow to ' cnpuuiaio wvnin or
wltliout, to scsJtJn tho extremity even
r our mlsfortuno the condition of our
political and social morality and manhood
However tried by disaster let us bo found
neither panic stricken nor hesitating, let
us swear nover to rive up to long as there
remains an inch of aacrcd soil under the
soles of our feet, let us hold firmly the
glorious banner of the French revolution,
ur causo is that of justice and of right.
Europe sees it; Europe fools it. In the
presence of many unmerited misfortunes
spontaneously, receiving from us neither
invitation nor ancouragement she is
moved and she begin to act No illusion
is nowleft us. N longer languish or grow
weak, and let vMr acts show that we can
ourselves maintain her honor, injLcnsuul
nco and integrity, all. ihet mfc6s a coun
try prow-and free. Long livo the Re
public, indivisible. Signed, Cremieux,
Ulals, Kesain, Uambetta.
DEMOCRATS AND RADI
CALS. What tka Clarataaa af Callfarala
Tfclakafthe Vaaaoeratlc aasl Bayab
The Germans of Calafornia have been
studying the political economy of tho
governraont, and tho result of their in
vestigations havo promulgated the follow
ing as their earnest convictions:
"We owe to the Democratic party the
liberal naturalization laws under which
wu have bccomeJclttecni of a free republic.
Wo owe to that party tho repeal of the odi
ous Sunday laws by which wo wcro tram,
moled undvr Kadical authority. We owe
that party that our cosmopolitan schools
havo become a State iastitution. Our
countrymen throughout tks Western
fltates'uwe io the liberal preemption
law pasted by the Democratic party thoir
easily acquired farms and homes."
Xhe account between the Germans and
the Badieal party is thus tersely stated:
" Wo owo to tse Badieal party the pres
ent odious system of internal, (revenue,
continued by tho votes of the pasty after
its necessity was past. We owe te that
party tho prosont usjust and odious high
tariff tbat is eating out our substance; and
wo. owe.t to the oppressive taxes that we
are compelled to pay-.ta ;tspport an axaay
ollfedtral assessors and collectors. And,
mora thaa .Ul, we owe to that party the
odroui, fifteenth ameodmont, which de
stroys the sovereignty of the States, and
nils onreitiia with the pagan slarta from
Mharp rlllclasB af Heaater Mertea.
From thv Chicago Ilcpublicsa.
"Mr. Morton, of Indiana, ha definitely
declined the mission to the Court of St.
James, tendered to him by Ocn. Grant.
Tho reason why Mr. Morton declines, is
taatSjae.isaWV of the election' In'ftidiana,
tain? adverse to tho Kepubllcan party, If
he should resign his sent in tho benato of
tho United States in order to accept tho
appointment, thu placo ho occupies would
be flllwl bv a Democrat.
ow It does not strike us that tho reason
given by Mr. Morton Is sufficient. On th
contrary, tho result of tho Indiana elec
tion affords a very excellent reason why he
should resign las bcnatorsiup ; witnout af
fording ivny reason whatever for bis ap
tviintmsntas minister. Ho should mien
(its pnatorsh!p bocauso tho poopla of Indi
ana have Uecltfca against mm. uo uocs
not reurtrftnt thorn anvloncer: and tbouch
he has a formal tlllu to retain his place, if
representative government means any
thing, and republican institutions are any
belter man a cover tor iranu, nit uuiy
to rolire. We aro aware that we aro
preaching a higher political morality than
is in vogue with professional partisans and
mon who plav tho political game with re
nrd solelv to their own Interests; but.
nevertheless, w6 insist that a true sense of
honor would impii Mr. .Morton toicavo a
place to which, morally, bis title has be
come oitinct. r
Ho should not be appointed Minister,
because It is a dishonest custom whioh has
obtained, and Injurious to the standing of
tho Administration by which it is prac
ticedthat of making it a hospital for
broken down political hacks whom tho peo
ple havo rcJectAd. It Is a dcllanco of tbu
popular will, which no administration can
atlord to exhibit, and which the people are
quick to comprehend and ready to rcent.
Mr. Morton has done as much as any living
man to overload tho Itopublican party iu
Indiana, and tho dofcat of that party,
moro than other cause, is attributable to
his domlneoring disposition, unscrupulous
ambition, and very questionable reputalon.
There is no need that tho Administration
should mako iUelf a pottor's field for such
relics, or a lazur houso for such Incur
Tiik Dkuatk ok Simhitualism. Tho
debtae on spiritualism between tho ltov.
John Mooro and tho ltov. Mosos Hull
still progresses nightly, but makes nopro
gress. Tho only interesting f.;aturo of tha
debate last nlgfit arose out of an sjsortiun
by tho Nov. John Moore, that spiritual
medium wero ordinarily thin and puny
crcaturos, who vitality was all consumed
by the exercise of their profession. The
ltov. Mo.es Hull In his reply otfurcd pit
Mis Lizzlo Kovscr, a wellkuown medium
or this citv, against Mr.- MowHn a'wrcst
lini? in ntch. As Ml.s Kovsnr must weigh,
ludgclng from appcarancon, about two
hundred and elghty-flvo pounds, and Mr.
.Mooro not moro man ono nunrou u
forty-twonnda half, it .will" readily- bo
soon that Mr. Hull gained a dnclsWo ad
vantage in tho debate last' ndglit, Cinci
nnati Gazette, October oHt.
EI.MOTT, IIAYTHOK aV
Whoie.ide i)r,n mul Msniiiaetartr'
Boots 3 Shoes
40 COMMEUCiAIi AVE.,
c.i i no mjjMjm.yoms
l'artlcnlur Attention to Order.
. t AY
Pi i Alois's
sSalvWion for the Hair.
For Restoring to
Phaion's "Vitasa" differs
utterly from a)ruic "dyes,"
" colorcrs,md restorers "
(?) in jtse. ' It acts on a
totally different principle. It
is limpidfragrant, and per
fectly innoctrein. precipitates
no muddy or flacHulent mat
ter, requires no shaWng up,
and communicates notain to
the skin or the lineij. No
paper curdin is nectary to
conceal its turjWf'appcarancc,
for the simgrfifrrason that is
not turbOC It is, to all intents
andpujoscs, a new discovery
in Toilw Chcmistrv.
Plurks " Vitalia" is
warranted to t-tB.i a change
in the color of the four within
io days after the firstVipplica
tion, the directiony beintj
IT IS AS CU&R AS WATER 1
AND JAS NO SHDlMKXT.
Price, Dne Dollar per Box,
co.ntxino two i 'rr..
Sold by alIDruggists.
If your Druggist has not
" Vitalia " on haiid? write, en
closing Si.oafnd we will
forward it yrfimcdiiitcly.
Phaloj & Son,
i 517 Broadway, N. T
HIS OWN MILLER
We r tnaaufactunntr
m X ,
Kor linJ or pnwrr ur, rogmp in rlcifrom
13 W so S171 w snii Ineiiixcii Irom
1 to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
TIibik Mill. (ir rrtv .tronr dn.l ilnrAblo. mil
ixiinre rrrr 111110 power 10 niDiMcni. r.i i hi
111 Knni vmirr
OrMrx'ti ff j, n nmy I.) il iri-l, iU Will mors
Save Us Prlco Every Year.
V.rrr Mill fnllr warr.intoil.
Wn uixkw lci ue of Hone Mill", canse.
ity IH ' V' 'lay. prw Sl"o f.o.
IitfririTi-Orcular!i fiinilihei) 0.1 01 i.lici'ion
Tli niamoiitl Mill .f aniilo s urlii t'u,
I OIINKU I'IKK AMI I'JIONT STIinnS
Cl. I.WA II, M
Annla wtntfil lii f very town ml county,
iilii-.'M 1 v 1
yM, n. NC'IIIITTKK,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Ajcn for heni bramli of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
Xxxxioa-tod Alow srcliJr
JTox-oxxt 1k.1u.cI hi.
No. 75;01KI4 LEYEE
CIV. DVN.MNG, M. ICes.
a IDENCE Corner Ninth and Wnliuil
OFKICE-Cornor Sixth Street ami OI1I0 l.v
OFFICE ilOUKS-From a.m. to l m., au.
Tm nur ix tue wobid lo not conlnln I' vl
noTitrlolpolnoiwtnittrnlyrthcj'jstcm or ro-
Juco iIcmIi. It in iHTPwlly harmle r.ublo-
nutnnUneonii. Avoid tho ritntd sn dclnslTe
naratlons Irtiv.iing ifliiesthylonot po.sesv
ca uouM -ciki tho lUneer. Tho gcaaino
W. A. Ititchelor lUir Dje h.is llility yenrs'res
uutlon to uphold In Integrity. Sold by Drug'
guts. Applied at 10 Ilony utrcft, N. T.
Knys for younnmen, on BoelM ETllisidths
propriety or lmiropnety of Ketlltij? rnarrfed, fllh
anlUry help for tho.evrho feet uuliiu-d for tnnl
rlmouial )iK)iplueif. Ment free, In aealeit enrel
trr: "Aiidrepf Howard Association, Mox 1', Phil
adelphia, Ta. reptl9d.1m
The IiiiicrlalialtU Perfume.
Ax a rule, the perfnmeii now in mc hare no per
nuuency. An hour or two after their me, there la
notrucool perfume left. Itowdlitercntlathe re
ititteucceedlnK the 11 o of Murry snd Lanman't
Florida Water. Days after Its application the
handkerchief exhalei a mot delightful, dtllcat
and nreenMo fragrance. marldeodly
Tli one tvlio arc Silck, er
AlHicted with at y chronic diRlculiy, ehouM with
outd'Uy write for Ir. llnmllluii'a NewTreallei,
e-nt free to nny nddrcc.,
M. I.EOMOAS HAMILTON, M. D
P. O. nox iflii. New Totk City,
OHIO I.KVE1J, CAIRO.
PULTOJI SON'S, - - Proprietor
Arc San Iss I'nll Operation
MeM. KuKonA Pons nre prepared to furnl.li
all kind, of Hour of tr.o tet qua lty, and alo
Mill Feed cf all klndn. Orahim Flour. lniacUi
or In lf quantltr mxie from the tet Wbiki
0 S 9 f
Q WIXSTON sV CO.,
(Hueceit.orii to Jehn Q. ltnrtnan i Co.,)
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Byy una Sell Ileal Estate
.'CJL. K A la 1
rt'KMKII AIMTIlACTSi OP T1TIA
AND l'KS;p.i CH.N Vr.YAMfr.'S
arr vr44 rr 4rsrr
CO A I. YAIIIK
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
Mount Ciirlion, llu Quoin anil
A cuoil Nupiil)' 1111 JIiiiI,hiiI delivered
lit uiiy iart of III 11 rlly.
Every I.ail of foal sVelKlied, ami full
M ensure (J hen.
mr i)troi. co.vi. i i.'iim i:ii at Ma
l'S;il CAIl I.SIAII.
Ordr left ;. H. -flWo wl't'-eftlle I t mtedlstely
JAJIKS KOSS, I'rop'r.
C? O -sflL JLa
Are. l'repured U Supply Ciistiimcrs
tvllli the llest ((iiality or
Bill no in Coal.
Onlem Irft its llallldwy Itrui. Sillier,
No. 711 Ohio Levee, or at III l oal
Vaul lirlow Ilie Sit. i'hnrlf a
lrl,Mrlll Krrelw lroniS
Tl.o Tiik I'Mont.vik" will hrlnK Coalnloniiid
Kteamers at nny hour, day or lUf hi.
Calm. llet. J.Uh, irnt if ,
rpiiu UP1V.U iiauit.
Cured without pain or sutleriuc, by mi entirely
Ir. Si. II. COM.INN,
at Urorii, I.aiorl. eoiinly. Ind., euren the wort
?,,".." fi hKl.it In irumlhieo l iNJj l,
or According to H. qiuntdy r l.-nxth of time the
?Itleiit hi" u.ed Ih2 to.il.ilo.troylun ih-loii. tor
lull ? rtU iihiM of lw aboyo f.M. i.elo.e a three
cent suiup 'l ' ' hu lmj.hlel a; I certltl
ealea ol cure o you fitn writ lo th.i who
hatu been cured. I"ntieni cwi re cmed and at
end to their dillv oecipatluin. Opium, uior
ithinn wld l:lldiilim, dlMontuiued t onco, wilh
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Tho.r IWIO wl. II l iiim' iiriuiut'itt niii.t niiairiiin
t. iot amount of tin- druj: ned Meekly, wliether
cum uplUKi, Mnrplilne, Laudanum 01 pivpnrit
lion ol Opium in oiIht form.. amjlii.iliini ,
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