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DAILY EDITION
aoy.aAvffBBESDY EVENING. JUNE fl, 186
joHNij;:oi. cm:
"HEADS, , JEfff;, ,tTAW .
YOU
LOSE!"
The editor of tho raducah 'Herald'
having fixed it up, boyond any contln
goncy, that Pnducahls (lio groat railroad
eenter of tho .Mississippi valley, la now
at the work of making that town the
terminus of a large, but an indeflnito
number of Bleamboat lines, In his paper
of Sunday tho editor speaks of four lines
for 'which there is a pressing present
ueKr!OfthaMr fovtkfettytf, "tlitttf
of tho most presont importanco to Fadu
cah, is a daily lino to Cairo with a boat
of largo doss, woll fitted up for passen
sera, and equal or superior in swiftness
to any boat no w on the river. Such a boat
would soon attract to it tho whole pas
Hooger business between Paducah and
Cairo, and would in a few months drlvo
nil other boats from this trade. In fact,
it could all'ord to do tho business in this
trade cheaper and better than tbo Evans
villoorauypUi?rpotttBfwida;jfewonths
of rivalry would conviuce the Evans,
vlllo packets that it would bo to their in
tcrestto transfer all their freight and pas
Hongers at this point to our dully packet
and to ontiroly abandon it to that trado."
A cojey little arntugement that, for
Paducah: but the public, and tho gentle
men of the Cumberland, the Quickstep,
the Armada, tho white, etc., will belli
mannered enough, wo opine, to refuse,
most absolutely and peremptorily, to fall
Into it A flue, fast boat is to t&ko from
the deserving llttlo White thohitrjdsomo
trado she has built up; run the Evaus
vlllo packets off the lowor end of a route
which is theirs almost by right of dlacov
cry, and entirely monopollzo tho river
between Paducah and Cairo! Isow, ac
cording to our notion of things,
u half dozen "line, fust boats" would be
unequal to that Job, small'asltr may 'ap
pear, to the edltorof tho 'Herald.' '. With
the Evaus vlllo and Cairo packets through
freight is an item of the highest come-
quenco. Who is no foolish as to suppose,
that, with Cincinnati, Louisvlllo and
Memphis packets passing dally, theso
packets could" get a pound of through
freight upon the understanding that It
would be rehuudled and n-ahlpped twice
beforo getting out of the Ohio river? If
anybody dots suppose so ho is a very
fchcnvslghted, shallow suppo.eri Ship
pers would not submit to the expense,
wear and tear of an vnnccettary res bin-
incnt, uven for tho sake of throwing
few dimes Into tho coder of Padu
cah.
Tho editor of the 'Herald' will probably
live a great mauy years yet, but ho will
never live to see his suggestions in this
behalf acted upon. Tho Evansvlllo
packets nro'not, and ntiver will be, ready
to surrender, without an equivalent,
their eiitlro through busTheis and nearly
ouo third of their way business and 60
long us I hey cfcooso to retain tula hold
there Is no earthly power that can focce
them to relax It. The Cairo fc Paducah
packets are not, ami never will be, wll
ling io surrender a trade that is legitl
mately theirs, to auy other packet,
though that packet may boa very levlu
than, swift us a swallow and gorgeous us
tho "Alhaiubra by moonlight !"
Mr, 'Herald' this cannot, and will not
Ito did!
.4 UKWJtAILROAD PIIOJECT.
A company bus beeu organized In Ev
utisvllle for tho purpoto of building a
railroad from that city through Carnal to
a point in Illinois opposite Paducah.
This road, when built, will traverse
White, Gallatin, Kullue, Hardin, Pope
and Massac counties, and will bo about
nlnoty miles in lougth. About twenty.
HvdlnlleiTof the route 'is" obstructed by
mountain of rook four or live hundred
feet high. But $.18,000 has bcon subscribed,
and theso mountain must come down!
If any person will look at a map they
will see that the route of this proposed
road Is parallel with that of the C. & V.
road at no point more thau four or live
miles distant. The counties in Illinois
need it about as much in they do a third
rail on tho Cairo fc Vineeiiiies roud. But
go ahead, gentlemen, build your road if
. you can." When you oonimenoe digging
through tho rocks of Pope county your
f38,000 will curry you ahead about two
hundred yards.
A JMYa HODY EMBEDDED IN
HOCK.
Tho Qulnoy (111.) 'Whig' roport3 tho
recent finding of a man's body imbed
ded in a rock, while blasting lb a quar
ry in that city. The faco and arms
wero porfect, and the body, as far
dowu as the waist, was sound and un
broken ; tho legs wero shuttered by tho
explosion. Tho rnok In which the body
was found Is solid, aud efforts wero
mado bytbo.workroaw tn got tlioi unbro
ken part from its resting place, but
belug so tightly Imbedded, another ex
plosion will bo nocossary, which It is
feared will coinpletly dUtlgure It.
' ...
An editor in Virginia boasts of having
received a present of fifteen strawberries.
They .filled a quart measure, but the edi
tor elves notice to frultgrowors that be
holds more than a quart.
TJllJflti3llAXT. AIM, .fitETYn
reference to&eJntieUoa.ofUhe&athera
TlllnnU KM flltf 'A RnAMri trikf.'tiin
..Li. 9 1 v..MMM H i IL.IVI i it. -i
VDVO ui vju vuinurx-niLHur, uuu limit
therefore, tHe'organifatlon has "&V 'legal'
cxMmM. .4 We were fU ware" ef bV
fact wbrWAeVScrf'rftftlenjut
a lauuro to ououBiins euMrtervuomu re
sult In.tae dta joftho society.. J'",
The charter .weukl have giveniiatv so
cIctvleKalexlittfnee: nothlne moifiaabth
ing teas, .jmwiiwmu we 'eoasiaeriD 1
chief object ofits'fbtiuation, wo aresome-
what at1rfd V6Pthe rhartpen-
sablonese of the charter. Men "of ua-
qucstioanble integrity could bo secured
for officers th members. could, prescribe
rules and regulations, una much, ll ?boc
erytlflnl?,'cbnldWd6nlthtirni,rF'
sort to compulsory iicC&M
Wo culled attention to the matter be-
11... .InaLaLtnAlnMl-.a nf -Mll1n-l
tlon couid bo drawn tbTBouthern'Illinois;
becauso wo believed that, excepting our
rallroadsTHiiiaapwfjllsi $re In
tho upbuilding of our country than any
pth'er influei1setta"!mild bb brbiif ht to
bcarXaiBC4 ef 4hifl -wewere, 1b
common withmaliy otlie'rV, unwilling
thatWfeirer'rttf ri.fi
fuUl to its existence. WlthoutA.charter
gome money can be raised, and money
wi4.fwyzor,taecrrfl ( Jtn (BtelligeaH'rbyme, for tha doubtful gratification of
and Industrious agent say one in New
York and ono among the peasantry of
Uie old couniry.5 .xt.weaMi mm, dui mut
to prepare the needful maps and descrip
tive circulars, and as every county ' in
Southern Illinois Is Interested, that little
could.be secured for.thucjuking.,It.the',
society would do th(s:much, ,by the tlmo
1110 next uencrai Aaaeuiuijr uuuvcuo,
Southern Illinois, ber woadorful natural
advantages and attributes, would be can
vanssed irl'the' borne of nearly ' every
teaant la Germany, Iralaud, Deaaaark
and other divisions of the old world.
Then secure the charter, and the society
would Immediately eater upon an active
career of usefulness.
Caunot this much be done? Surely In
a project like this, intelligent men will
not require tho goad of the law to keep
them straUut. Actlou throughout will
bo voluntary: aud if a charter Is ob-
Ulncd, we will vnure tbo. predicllon
that tbo society will never ban occasion
to enforce iU righta or protect itself
through tho courts. Two years is too
long a period to lie Idle. Without a char
ter every day of that Interval may bo
profitably employed, Jn tho manner we
'have Indicated and by the arrangement
,Again we ask, shall wo not mako a start,
perform tho worit wo may perrorm, ana
reap the fruits of that work as speedily as
wcW.;j
THE ELECTION JN V'A SlUNaidN
TJ1E UOJrtlOilSr OF NEQti O B VF.
Wtie-iaHitcour radical frieHds-of-BM
Washington maalipal;eletIou? They
thero seo tho workings of negro suffrage
In all Its details. ThousatmVb'f ''deb'asecf
and beastly plaek);LutUflyr Ignorant of
themcaSjUreslnvoiveil, iu the election,
mere jwois- .or- ueaigmug .aspiraniSf
throng hput the, polfs, hreayjulsg
death to all, black or white, who refused
to VoitjVMi ifoyVbaOowtf. TtfeA'ol1.,
qwlBr'exfactlKrMys' thof .wlwlomor
t Ung ; balla In 5 1 b e! hap Oju'q f isuch.
.
tJijaLpr.ci.'.inctanuift-&eoonu-.waru-
nri;i-lnnl
mulatto, named Stuart, aearedje, vete
upu was insiauiiy reooguueu as a con-
Kcrvaurr;a peuacev wpeexuMre)
escaued.witU.uui life -mta au .adJoinkiir
nouse, wnence-. tue erowu loAewed,"!
uriviug out, uie imuy,inav occupieu
anU ndavorlu.to'MiCur'e'atuart,' asaid
cries of "Haag him l1' At thls Juaeture,
uiui. niuuniuai ui mo uuiicd. urrivL-u on
tho ground, backed by reeervodi Boiler
of mounted men, aud sent word to!
Hiuau.U) como. irom nt uiuing place aud,
vote, anu ue, woum w protected xae
latter at once appeared, . when a large
crowd mado a rush at him. but was drivr
eu baoki by the club of the police: The
pairoiruen men rormeu a nounw sQuare
around 8tuart, aud the latter, with the
buporlutoudent. movtdialrguarded byf
tbo police. At least 1,000 negroes follow
ed, yellir. thrvwiHgw.ap awkag
occasional das ties at the nollce. The no-
groes awarraedvBUt ,of the adjoialBgalr'
leys, auu u required tue utmost coolness
of Hie fcree. to Brventthm!fron resell
lug Stuart aud lynching him. Tho ne
uroes were crated 'wltn ofubsVratbra and
arms. Finally, Stuart waa escorted to
anotherjpreolnet, aHlieid. Tfce'fM
rieemeu to enrage. tue crowu..and.the po
lice woie greeted with a volley of atones
uuviiig tucui inub uuu were in iutu
driven baek about a whole square.
The battle then oomuieiiced lu earnest.
lleU III UUUi Ul IIH ICSIUDUUD tli tllQ
secretary of zWSl iM'Hish le
cation. The mounted nollce fired m. vnl
ley o ver;the-beads fjthe rioters which1-
cauuea a punio araopg tue tuousands i of
spectators, who hud been attracted by the
llrst of the aralrT THese 'fltVJlh'o the
residences, dpwpyjha, alle-WBya, bBM,
irrea auu doxch, neuer saeiier. tlielr
exeiteateatttnU ape tidying 'aeeeVerated
by another volley .froia.taejjollce, which
this time was flrtd'inio Hie erowd The
police had been driven Beady aaotber
uiook. HeverM aaeu, fell- two, Bgrei
fatallv wounded, while about half a doz-
tho arms and legs not seriously injuring
them.
Several colored women were run over
by tho crowd. When the colored raon
ell. the mob mada.ajMtiMKtault on the
police, with ariWHI4MtkH. Ono
,triounted mmkWSm by acci-
dent from tbJMM jyarmgr, beaten,
.hd his I I Mi Iwlflr I I II po
liceman wu.HHaKBrMiK down
'ah alley. TflieMfHIMbtyiofishot in
timidated tb0ieKyMiriWHtanding
that they had befRNlKrorced, and they
were driven back a diocic, yciung ueiiant
ly, but virtually giving up the attack.
The story that Ned Buntllno has fallen
from teninorauco graconnd taken to faro
banking is untrue, and was started in
California to bring him Into dlsrcputc.-
M.xcfianac.
'!To, bring Ned, Buutllne in dlsre-. ,
pjtvw a w& his,ffto.day, iMi&iji j;
iu u;iih iu ffvrf obb in on t o ii in e i ess, , n ! 1 1
t. ' "x i l..t -i i Vii.i. ;i-
lest,
, profafaWt; brazencat vlllafa 'Wafts. )
bdri
llarv. Bufh'ratUju wrKaasNed Bubtliuo
aro.Bflteaeyflpoiwd'M We.kaow.tkavanit
aud!itfrkn(lw wherrtrNre iileaV.'
. I FT3 ( lit .-. . J.tJIi it
another!
the
out
troDolls 'Times?-!
r The editor of the 'Times' is guilty of a
Gruel distortion of a fine old nursery
Informing the Paducah editors that their
quarrel may result In a a "dog fight." If
we were either of the hostile "aforesaid"
we would provide ourselves with a pair
oi copper-ioeu Doom, purwuociv iw jwiwk
ItTZJ E-L-.'B'ml . J w . .. I k B a 11 Ala
Uie 'Times' mar " -
Col. J. M.'MeNely Mm beMWpolutcd
revenuo awseMor ler uw JUTaaaviuu ma-
trlct. MaMaelr an eil ttaVaost ener
getic, thoroBgh fol-w me killndiana,
but, as we have knows him from -early
boyhoovd, we are at a great IoM.td4 know
' . . i i r.- -T. .. . ,l.i l..o
ia "high old lime'' if is suId that'Mc. held
TJIyssef, head, but that service was not
worth acollectorship,
ml Sl. I .... IT....H.l Im M.llAnl
In order to demonstrate tho fact that the
negro surpasses tho white man iu Intel
Ugcuce, ingenuity and Integrity, prints
tho following:
,"A negro doctor, tlu Georgia, prcscrl-
. OCU lur It rui!Uiuuiiu uiu nuuiau liiui nuu
Uhould bury all her husband's money
under a siouo ifi iub garueu. one inn bo,
aud though the rheumatism didn't van
ish, the money did,"
T
10 CONTJRACTOKS.
Nolite i bcrcbr irlTeiL thatWiUJ Diotvotamuill bo
rocelTedat my otlice, uatiim (o'clock in., of Friday,
tho 11th imutit, IMP, for rtmoiinK and clcjiun utr
tha old nlaitennif uu the ecllinE. crntrr nlwe and
rarnlceol tho cirruit court room of Alexauder county
ana reiiUuii'irlBi ino vua o uia i aiaii corrinponu,
ii color and ctury oilier pnriu unr mm ine piaiter-
ui on tho wull of Mid room. Tim work to bo done
in a rood ubl4iilll workman-like mtnnrr, and ohall
b4oi what U dei;ntrl ainonu workmen a "tlirfo
coat work " None but ISe bent material will bo ut,
liy order of the County Court.
, f ' JACOIl (I. 1.V.NC1I,
Juno9.1M9, fdtd County Hetl.
WANTS.
1IIK MAI.IU Seronty-UrmMnil ihmI l.ith.
1 foralc. Apply to
iciiiw niTTKxyoufli: x han.nv.
ANTED-Alexander &hn
' Order, at M ctj.
unit (
of I.i
and Citv Hon n at ficfllU ni
ill 6 dollar, tor all
. F ". .. . . l imM
Kinua oi i.umorr ana uuiiurra i
rialii.
nlWlf
, THOUNTON.
ST
.VrtAIRO AND PADUCAH
TiHlly A'aoitot. ,
Trio light drought psenR-r fctennm'
WM.'AVIIITE,
Ri T. NOItTliriKN . ...Mtt.sUT,
J.' HI. IIKVKHLYm .,Uletk,
Will mako rrKiiIer DAlLVTItll'S lvetwcu Calio and
I'oducah, loarinK Cairo ei-ry f tcnlug (Sunday ex
cepted) nt rtvo o'clock.
fho white connect at Paducali witS the Now Orleam
and Ohio railroad, and tho Cumberland and Tcnncce
.'-lifer paokeU.
I For freisht or rattaue ppk on board, or to
" j&nM.
M. J. UUOKI.bY. Asont.
Ut Cairo. tllinoU.
c
RITTENDEN8UL1HUR"U
,nMli.liFT .Hiii v
ONLY EIOHTV JULtSHKOJl I'AIKO.
Vheie well known
apriiix arc nour tnciiarKOor
Mraara, R. A. Mile and
id w. numi
W. Huulie. who have over
,huled and renovated the buildiii
ic bulldinmi nnd made fciich
oitr improvement a will Inauro the comfort of the
invalid and the oroDer accommodation of tho portoti
.-i
In a medicinal nointof view tUWter aro linsitr
piviaiia, cuocuujr. cure ui uci.p. whvi.i ..iiiui.iv
diarrhea, dypepla, -ralfcWli(y and diaoAsca
of, the kidney and atniiayi off, went BgRraviiloil
.ml Kl.nnin. nlniintr"' . A-.
and alarminc charaoteri
Tho piourietor, la.t
?:ntL...il... . i-. .
crrvuiar.i my uiui nicy
,iit aud agreeable
tn thoio eeklns
win ue inrir mm
i the lumnier mouthi.
iflriMUlMi, and no pain
will be (pared to in;
uie. ine
Clre ad EvHaiBTlUeiPackotM
3E m. sb m atoa
AM)
ford's Ferry Daily
and IICMWWiHbruiniairfa Ae 'poikiU 'ta the
thaanriim. IIoDlur the DOlroaaM hitherto bentow-
eu, win Rtaiiiiiutaivw
truat they wiM be oN to 1;
to ike KeeoMaroitfietar. they
able to lv tUfoetlon to tho public.
HfHKn, rroprietor
jelote
The PadUa,fKntHeklaa'tand ,'Her 5I U lSS.fi.fA .JI-irrl-i'IH
aid' mrMWmm f'raUnkerous" at i one. U
fiord: tf. VflBBtlemiB-RUUriWi of , A-' u i sv r
youngstcrsV "when dognWbi ,
tLey DrkaBBildL'1 etc.. ctc.-rMaW h Kia,rv
Vtnv " 'rttrttrdtMiWrTa',..
-1870.
T
.nacnn t oViiitoj
iKJia
Will exhlliJttWOV'
ii
(For two day i only)
foooW X-a-jrXC StoS
lriduy Mid:ikUBirdiii', Jiiho XStk
Amonjj Uii licit ol Ulcnt will bo found Mile
, ..jg!HHE.
thocltln Urof tho iutt (Ilit, T
tUuglitcr of Hi" fr famed "Old- Bam Ptlcknpy," t
old time Mvnrun; wnoo lunnins acu or equctirauon
h4io won for lior tho proud title of "Quuen of thd
Clrquo." MU.' .'''!"; Vilillh
VtlHIlUI 4.1,
tho fttutlexakiul U-aiitlful tue(UUuuc. .-.TliocluuppU
on Iz-aper, Mr.
CllAlinM SUCMITIU.
Matter .
the boy wonder. tSignor
M0.NTEVERDK, "
um .i-i..lful vnj.ioriiuiiUi.Ar .bunclens man.
Tiio
renownoi ,....... , .., -
three in number, (late of Tower' Circui). '
' t i. i- H .
THANK nOllIN'HJN AUU CKAHK niUUs,
two of tin ftinniontClownnlti'Amerlc." ' '
lMllnmrll davd and datel Frl Jav and Pnturdir.
Juno mil aud lth, lbG'J. Door open at two and neven,
'clotKli.mt juii.t a. nuun,
Je7dt1 Agent.
COMMISSI0WAND FORWARDING
TTALLIDAY HnOTlIKHS.
-iIl.KHH aOfi
.rtBTA A X
JOHtTlt.
.ood-'-xxr
i'0UVAHDI54D,()3IMISSI0X
.tkmoii'Aw.
.JJX .OKIAO
rv J ttbiQ CSC .OS!
2VX
( a iti.f A mt itmmt-O '
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1 OHIO LEVEE, 70
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I
140 COMMERCIAL AVKNUK,
lu Elliott Jk HythoraJatrtIW "00 Store,
AtRO. ILLINOl?,
a-Cuttlui? dono a h'ort notice.
t rTJ,
mar
R
13 JIOVAtl NOTICE.
II.
3VI.
Wboleaeilf
O-rooer
Airtv-"
lfAvms removed to No. 74 Ohio Urco. aext door o
City National Bank, where, with better fiwllitU-;and
lawer stocks, ho solicit tlio contlnuauco of patron-.
ooof hi former cutoraer, as welt as tint of s
many now, , ' .
ru tka MmWT'4r mil kiMM
. . m u.i.JliM'-f all IiImiIm m
Cairo, III., June 1,1S.
my31dlf
oBce on tha aecsad leer.
xHrerwj a
.aBBB
" oyer Miller MUlst's clathUi atore, t reaioiiaWe
terrnn. Apply t MUler Miller. 1 - ytj-tt
f vi r '. " " .
APMyLSQTER5AAKl0'wVU
, " odi ntfnul lin0 llii- nnslhiil adT
!-oi
IWHf HAi( 'ihf ultiHl d!rtiT 9lfT
.0xi,luf A.t 3onl ,bUMM
I law 1o sIMrJTiiisirnoit ihnrM nPP
' adi nadl 7d9ll .'iflr r 9111
, ibof n Sffit w?H nM y jttkMl sBT
I lit no
,tq07Sr
' CAIRO, p !-! -!-1 ILLINOIS. I
i
D,orHBPEcrAlJ'NbTi'0ES'lU,w mof 1
IJ M llrojji mr tbAMJrtrnr J , yrvnohi lUnnktai?
II la ecnulur,anl u uniurnil m n loolanil hoe
NOW IH THK THIK-To put your houpfio i
Rood flifiiw. rlntlncnnd lil!crnlilni ar(
Rood flifiiw. rlntlncnnd
onltr of iLc Jmy. Vli(ln'l.id'
o I.od.'nml iMlnw'of nil ol-i
Hlori, on UxVIyM-pp. you. tWtfft' Innl,: Oiln,' iVW
n urn in iipnian i. ai . i n uiEf.f:. LAift-.i. iinii-
nilUind JtypvtiUti of all ktntfA nu .liftliil,
fii 11 Mbfck'df tolltcr WhHrt tz-klllfcllii- Whlto I.fid81
i.ono mr inifluuii .io rmt (MriUUir .ud aite
prjiEMniiii wittrtY?BK cast em
cUyiVcyjji
MrjrrATBR.or JIUrSKBBfor,Toothacbe,
MILBKKNN WORM TAHt.ISTI-llblc.,
V Iktko ami Miiall, loro Uielil, cry for tlietn, and oat
mem wiin tiuiiv. nnu nro nuicmir r
and am nulcklv renercu or worm.
BTwputy-llro cent? a box, or, i t yoa '
a box. or. I f von w ki (htm Kent bv
mll,citoloio thlrjy-fno cptitu to JIaicLiy Htoi,, and
they wllbc nt Sou promptly. ; H
ft
Ft
KALi:-SiltcrF6an. lu.t
theMlilriK tn make
youIUfrwoto brirnt and nor
Colguto s and
thp Initfjlcnl at IUiTltyat.
ABN ASIt CIltiVY HAIRH AT-
'JO TEJITIoat
ilrtil head of hmr
TIOJKDo yon want nroiiPHalof tho beau-
tojUarctnm'-onil tnk
nini ynii onro pnuru in; 11 no, (
our rU
ok
co or itentorattTes-'
lUrrrlfki lll',Til,l
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lUrrrlt'C Jair,Til.l-;U,.niiiK,1Avr,,aieTaUer'i'
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any
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individual
in Cairo, or
eliewherr:lio hn trleil Kerr'x flralrm Reno-
TalorwIUimitrroeivinK DKCIDKI IIKNKF1T.
or ourUadlc
cltUen hcCtt'd Itnlrtuim to
ftlon.- At
1B
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IIRYlT
inlui.' Ainrrlrjn ishcrn' Wine, unlike
ii laxative: in it flccl. It Is "
Ilentnil jcllSUocurcforeostlvontjJi. To be had
at jiaivinj
1)IVOT aVttIOK RHACn-.V iiperlor umpta
Jl tier for kklrr or anu t nn utieiitnlleil hioco (et
thl'tdiodldcmi alwayii aauH.'nder i ivbroce, or noj
at pleasure.
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iO brl
liad IUrrj quinine frit'trum f Ml
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yrl rnufninliiRnll l)ir ilrlnr nf cimmifln quinine.
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euro in the uc oCJiurt(irr Antidote. W(
jr iiw nii.li iu nun i'iicMiK ioiucco rai
id'tn box And
llj ll. rnnu liny CCIII4 10 lluri'MV 1)(0
ami tlioy wul ncnd you n Uix by mail. yJ
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O and upcnl e tot. h dollar a dnv, when right
liore at lu rao you ran lrnk tlio Helf-Kiimo water, icy
fud and liirly u u eiirpte fri -h frrmUno rercrtolr.
jitOlar Uv'h Prus ftorr. on thu I.cvroT
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.tlirway nf dililf tit .
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OiXX fimily Dour u Ml per luirrelwarmnted.
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liantrra
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In Milk, alrt ui noii hand. C'
Ohio I.otpo, pnlra llllnoU.'t
orner J.UI1II1 auect 1 1 I
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Raymond iimtaillr litiriaUviuer1.
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loinod cblhn made to
nrrfer. at verv low nrleo.
lr, Toll
Cofllu mnli
jinti' dy fl
r, i' oi 111 periorni!) 111.1 own miifk, ueuiK a prouiicai
nvuierjwia u iuerpr9pP"l 10 teiiuneaperinaa
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PURE OltYSTAL JA.KE ICE.
OHO. V. CUNHING,
a
Ohio Itce. Cilra.-lllluols. U ureuarod!tO furnitl
oil
ten or toAiiiUntVTtrT tria'nXdra pure nrticla of
ic
at tho iowiist miirkcl mlao. Cititen win ua re-
arlV mimJlcil lir horirtii arcommoJuliiiE aaleamen.
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