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H. OBIKLT CO.
If. B. ItARRXIiL, ABSOOIATI BDITOR,
ON HAY. NKl'I'KMIllfH 'T 1RHB
Atnenn tno conaiiiuuon,
WILI.HX J. AIXEN.
For County Ju4g.
rilRMHl If B BKWBH.
Kor Atelat Justices,
JAMK E. McCMIf K.
Fur County Clerk,
JACOB O. LTSCH.
For County Trewurer,
Kor Coanry Superintendent of Publlo Bchoote,
liCWIM . BITU.KH.
Kor Couuty Surveyor,
A democratic convention 'will bo held
4 WV . . l I 11 A . I A A t
1669, for (he purpose of selecting a
Lnillilntn fnr dntwt-atn rn Mm Pntintltit.
nnm i :nn vnni nn irnm inn rnnrnannrA.
Istrlot comprising the counties of Alex
mlur Pill n bll m tt1 YTtttrhr, Tn ii'iiulu .
uit;nciiui.iuii vtiii uv uuu iui uvvrjr iwu
unurcii voiescasi or unv. Hovmour. nt
Lit Inuf irmfflnffif Ittt nlntlltm Hum Mft
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ulwkl county, to 3 ilo
'nlon county, to .,...9 do
fflinr AfrVtllnlV. in . IL.Inifnl.
ISy order of the Democratic Rcprcsen-
atlve Central Committee.
Tiiou. Wihon, Chairman.
Cairo, III., Bept. 18, JfiOO.
"Barretts" sold everywhere.
Endcr's ClilTl Curo" NeveTT'allH.
Cotton cards Vt cent per pair, nt
Union linen 25 cents per yard, at
Tlu power of Mr Whitcnmh's j,yrup
oronutircn are as tiositl vo us thn mm.
Ight from heaven, and gentle nnd sooth.
nir asnn auiroi's w i Hmr.
The Hev Mr. Van Treas lias assumed
ho pastoral charge of thn Methodist
ti ii m ii rx l Morinnn I'nurnn n u in
ii . .
ill zi tin n Vfiiiiirr tunti r rlw niiim
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The chnrguH of lnrceuy aqnlnst Will-
.t (. fV f I (i H 111 I f Jill fl fnllllbtn t ,..
4 regular meeting or tnu company
III W.. I.s.l. I ... .I...I- I... I . .
Miciiaki. M.uinku Seo'y
drail body was eaiirfht In tlie Ohio
ntr the ('tone depot, on Saturday even-
i nun, iii-ini: oaniy nituiiaUMi autl
in, was Hi poei to u ine inuy or one
fll.f IrfiniNiif tin. III. fnit.il IMi H fl llllll
i niro init;e .. i.w A. r & A M.
Uill llll'll !l Mlltfll lnwilllllllilr-utliin
'H Monday ovenlmr, Hept, 27. A. L
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i viir i nv nr inr in mil .ti. v .
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At (lie coijcIiimIoh of u mnrringo ccr
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IL1III1 lt?il IIJ WOTK IL1HH1I1LT 11111 iiiiniiiifr
ii f i in lint iniiuT nn r 1 1 nnir u vnrw unn r
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the houHu hail received a l,huM or
von one. So. at u ast, fays tno 'Timefl1
The lato appeamucoof the lust uumbor
the Metn)polH Timet1 wa oocaMionou
tho 'Hovero llIueB4 of tho publlnher,
.. . .1.1 flat
Wurtl the propriety of coovertlnK hla-
whouner otllco into n ho.snlttil. That
etronolla must have an uuheultbv uN
oHtihom lor nrintern. or wretched
A division of the Hons of Temnranco
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l: lb n in uuiuiiiviiva rMiu winv
U VliCViiVU MUinUiO All kUU -iU-3l- 1 U
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mi UYiuinr ifi kim imt hi viniiiii iniiiriMii
omtbovory moment of Its orgaulza-
.otlcu to Subrrllitra.
Attention id called toDooley'H baking
ivilir I Iui iinrnaf. nrtlnlii of thn kind
LT IllUIllIIUIILlireil. A LTUUl Oil VI Ilk' WI
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mntv oiin Iui trimly In mirnluiHtni' T)nol
m - . w
'la li.itrl... r.m.lnM tt ii n it i nnmill will
st longer than two pounds of thoso of
Ulllinj iiiuiiillliuiuru. Hi vuiiiiub ug
maled for making light sweet rolln,
fculta, wailleH, corn broad, Ac, &o., and
alwayn ready, reliable and not nd'eoted
the action of the woather. For Halo
grocora overy whero mwAf
Wo have received from John C. Whlto
q., a copy of tho "Laws of IJiiHlneHa,''
' Thcophlltis l'aryons, I'rofessor of law
Harvard University. It is a book of
ibt,i:a, iivil ji...wv. ... u. vim iiiiiiu
ipirnud Bcenrely bound, Tho book In
cci.si.ly what Its title indicate and i
rtilnly tliu ni Jit c nuploto Sand oom
(Ik iv work of tho kind, in print.
pit'Boan bo obtained by applying to
r. lilte, who a tho hoJo ag"nt for the
:rk, in Alexander county., lie basal,
ady H"ld to business me i of Cuiro, ouo
indrcd and alxly copies.
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"Barrett's" not a pasty compound.
The largest and best furnished billiard
hall In Southern Illinois is that of V.lk-
ker & filtmon. tf
Irish linen, selling at 135, now f 1 15
Irish linen sold at $1, now 75 cents; and
good Irish linen at 50 eents, at Rein's
Best 5 quarter pillow slip muslin 24
cents per yard, at Rellly's. tf
Tho Grand Jury adjourned on Satur
evening. Five truo bills of endlctment
were returned on Friday, seven on Sat
urday, and forty-one during the entire
session of the Jury.
John Henry Owens, tho black fiend
that attempted to rape a little whlto girl
only live years old tho particulars of
which havo been published in the 'Bul
letin' has been sentenced to five years'
imprisonment in the penitentiary.
J. F. McCartney, Esq., being absont,
Judgo Baker appointed tho Hon. D. W.
Munn to net as States Attorney pr tern.
John Htrlokor, allaa "Louisville," Iibb
come to grief. Plying his avocation in
Ht, Louis, as ho wjiswont to do in Cairo,
ho Incurred a pcnional responsibility,
which hero ho always managed to avoid,
Ho was arrested for lnrceny, wo under
stand, tried, convicted, ami is now serv-
Ingouta term of years In the Jefferson
No ono will bo surprised at this an
nouncement. Because he tens "dtrickei"
a wild liaruni scarum fel!ow,(not whol
ly depraved, he escaped punishments in
Cairo that would have been indicted
upon him almost anywhere else In the
world. Ho grow up hero from n mere
youth, without auy moral restraints
whatever, eating wherever he could get
a meal and keeping wherever he could
And shelter. That his penitentiary ser
vice will reform him, no ono can hope.
Ho will work out or break out, and again
euter dpon tho stylo of llfo his imprison
Tin; fllj- I'nrk.
The mechanics and contractors of the
City should bear In mind that but a few
daysare left during which they may bid
for the Job of furnUhltig the materialM
and fencing St. Mary's l'ark. Proposals
will be received until lli o'clock, nonn,
October 1st., at tho otllco of the City
. i uere are several tjoatitlfut forest trees
; standing on the park thai should be pro
I served. Thero are a number, liowover,
maisnuuw ue removed, particularly the
sycamores. Tlila kind of timber grows
to an enormous size and bight, and being
ofu, brittle nature, Is often blown down
orstrlpped of ltd limbs durlng;tormH.
When tho park is enclosed, shade
trees maple, locust or cutaltm, all of
which alHiund.In the adjacent woods
should bu planted out, wherever needed.
If this work is done thl Fall, it will be
only a few years until the park will bo
iv popular and delightful dIhco of renort.
We arc not without hope,-, that It enclo
sure will Htfmqlati our people to the (ur
ination of an agricultural and mechani
cal fair association. It would make
beautiful fair grounds.
1 Mlri'lril r.'rnvc.
On tho elevated ground leynnd St.
Mark's park' among uuny neglt cted and
expoiod graves, Is that of Col. Anthony,
Olney. Tho paillugs that once biirroun
ed It, have rotted away, and the slab that
friends or relatives erected to his memory
is Htuud lug ail awry and about to topple
over. Tho Inscription upon this stone
informs the passerby that Col. Olney
was as Ulan t superintendent of tho 11 ro'.
improvements ever made at Cairo, Illi
nois. The condition of tho stono and
the grave, also informs tho paser-by
that tho present generation are caroles
of the ashqs of tho dead who pioneered
the country. It would coat but n few
dollars to eucloso this grave, and, Is it
not our duty to make that expenditure ?
In tho courso of years tho Improved lim
its of our city will embrace this old bury
in ground, and necessitate a removal of
the doad It contains; but until that time
let us tako proper caro of Olney's grave,
ami thus provent, what Is threatened,
an qntlfo-ttblltoratloii of all iraces of ,his
"Clvls," writing us from Union county,
would havo tho Kovernmout buy up )t9
fractional currency, with silver and small
gold coins, and stop the grinding of tho
fractional currency mills. He U of the
opinion that such a procedure would re
store to the country, permanently, tho
much coveted gold and silver change.
Wo are not prepared to indorse tho
conclusions of our correspondent. So
long as gold and sliver maintain a pre
tnlum that renders them more dcslrablo
than paper, so long will banks and indl
vldtial.s hoard them; and, at a time like
the prehcnt, when gold commands -10 per
cent, and silver 25 per cent, premium, If
the government hhould draw in Its frac
tional shlnplasters and substitute gold
and sliver change, every dollar of tho
substitute would bo hoarded in less than
a fortnight; and, as a result, the country
would be driven, as during tho war, to
the l!.8iie of -individual checks.
For a return to a gold and hllver
"change," our corresponded, and tho
country, mum wait until the control of
tho government ' pauses to iiemocratio
band., whou, by I lie practice ol honesty
ami cuoiivuiy. i.iiv lemionon o tue army,
the abolition ut' i livwdineuV bureau,,
co pontic coniMi-nei ' ti i up, and
givtiuok- r. .vmuMi ,o Then
th urnld and l v vi: . . -m their
hiding pl iee , u . I u i' en
"Barretts" takes the lead.
Mr. Thos. Lewis, of the Illinois 'Atlas'
la in the city.
The Hon. A. J. Kuykendall paid the
olty a dying visit yesterday.
Good all linen shirt bosoms
per doeen at Rollly's.
at 2 60
Cblll Curo. "It never
Firt class day board at Walker fc BUs
on's restaurant, at $5 per week. tf
"Tho Best in Use." Ender's Stomach
Shell oysters, red and whlto fish,
game in season, subject to order, night
or day, nt Walker & SUson'a restaurant
1. ,'i . "
About four thousand dollars worth of
boots and shoes for sale at Bellly'R mt 50
percent, on the coat price! tf
Thn undersigned will dispose of thelr
stock of groceries etc., at cost for cash
until Thursday, 80th Inst.) when tho re
mainder on hand will be disposed of to
tho highest bidder at auction without
Stratton, Hudson A. Clank,
. 67 Ohio Levee.
Cairo, Sept. 27th, 1809. tf
Medal nwarde'd to ''Unrrett's."
Killed by llii arn
A brakesman named Wm. Nosh,
was killed by the cars of tho M AO.
railroad, near Mopcow, Kentucky, nliout
twelve or fifteen miles from Columbus,
la?t Tuesday. Ilo had Just finished
packing a "hot box" on one of tho cars of
the train to which ho belonged, and gave
tho signal to go ahead. Ah tho train
moved onhc attempted to clamber npou
tho roof of ono of tho cars, and in doing
eo inadoa mlntep that precipitated In
front of tho wheels Seven cars panted
over his body, literally tearing it to rmg.
meuts. ThfMhapelesa nur.s of llch and
bones was collected, conveyed to Jackson
and there interred him.
Maggie Wilsoi, wuo attempted suicida
lly throwing herself from the balcony of
the court bouse, la recovering fmm the
shock to hcr.sy.Htom, and, In thououreo
of a weok or leu d.k.i, will Oe as nouud
as ever. .
Wo referred, on Saturday, to her at
tempt to hang harself In tho calaboose,
but did not know, ut the time, Hint she
made a second attempt upon her life, In
in thesame way, after he wits commit
ted to the couuty jail When cite was cut
down by the county c'erK and Jailor she
was in the lal a'oiiy oi lUath black in
face and quite insensible.
Why shi-per-l-tf in the insane deter
mination to kill horelfwedo not know
It certainly is not litM-ause she fetim tin-"
couscqiteiicu of her lato murdru as
sault. That full hi lie nothing Wnrc
than a few year'n Imprisonment In Hie
penitentiary. What other trntmle
weigh upon her mind, aside from Mich
as are common to women in her wi lite,
she litis not dinclo.-ed; but that she will,
on thu lirst favorable opportunity make
way with her life, we have, already,
been furnished ample assutauce.
.Mmi I J trrnCtiil -fill il.ililirtl.
Late Saturday night, three of tho
many transient scoundrels infesting our
city, beguiled a stranger to a point oil
Fourth street, near tho Ohio levee,
whero theylgairoted him, threw him
down, aud lobbod til tu of every dime ho
had about his person. Whether this
was much or little we could not nsoer
tain. A colored 'carpenter, suspecting
an outrago upon tho stranger, kept his
oyouponthe vllllans.uutll their deal,'"
manifested Itself, when ho sought tho
liiterjKltlon of tho police. Ho heard
ono of the robbers ask unothor If ho had
found any money on their victim, to
which nu afllrmatlvo reply was given,
with tho additional rduurk that ho had
"gobbled overy d d cent tho fellow
Ills to bo hoped that this trio of vlll-
nlns will bo identiilctl and brought to a
Kciiiuvnl oflliri Cairo -TlmrV Office
The last number of the Cajro Daly
'Times' made Its appearance yesterday
morning. In pursuance of a ptirwoso ex
pressed Hjmio time ago, tho muteriul , of
tho ofllco will bo removed to Chicago
and employed in tho publication of a
paper iu that city. In taking his leave
of Cairo tho proprietor says:
We havo no doubt but that If wo iipi.
lected our business elsewhere and imvn
our entire time to this olllco, wo might
in the course of a few years realizo a fair
remuneration for our labor, but when? Is
i question so wrapped within tho events
of tho future and ho misty with changes
and developments of tlmo that wo can
not Justify ourselfin losingour grasp ofu
prosperous business and our enterpnso
which lias been a success from its start tn
return our hold upon ouo with which for
an equal success wo must tako our
chances, labor and waltforyoarsto como
without auy very posltlvo do
greo of certainty at the end. Therefore
wo havo decided In favor of Chicago.
Wo shall as wo havo opportunity say
a good word for Cairo which will bo re
membered by us with thoughts of a pleas
urable nature. It has been our homo
ami within Its limits wo havo friends
upon whoso friendship wo cannot plnco
ton high an odtlmate. Woshall remom
her them gratofully and endeavor in tho
tuture as wo havo in tho past to merit
wo nope our eotemporary may roallzo
the success he anticipates as tho result
of his ohango. Ho carries with him tho
kind wishes of many of our oitizens-
nono more sincere, however, than our
Linen sheeting 1:5 quarters wide, $1 76
cents per yard, at Bellly's. tf
It la not worth while to credit one';
senses. By sight and hearing half the
people of Cairo havo been assured that
there are brothels In our city; but the
records of our court prove these assur
ance to he unfounded,
Nancy Brown was placed on trial for
keeping a lewd house. The State failed
to establish Nancy' guilt, and tho jury
returned a verdict of "not guilty."
A number of over-nusplclous people
supposed that Mollle Brown kept a
brothel; but strangely enough, nobody
could be found who could make oath to
that effect, and In Mottle's oase the jury
aid "not guilty."
Julia Moran was charged with a like
Offenso many pooplo thought the
charge a just one but an inquiry show
ed that Julia is Innocent. The Jury !said
Emily Watford was Indicted as tho
proprietress as a bagnio, undor the name
of" Walftmi A pfea in nGatemont"fbr
misnomer was confessed, and a nollld
Ail indlclrriont against Grace Windsor
was noli led.
On Saturday evcnlng Sarnh Newman,
Frank Gordon, Lou Moore, tiruco Wind
sor, Myra Wallace aild Elizabeth Jtuiea,
gave ball in tlio sum of $20feauh, to ap
pear, before tho next circuit court aud
fight tile fallacy that they are keeping
houses of bad repute.
In the ca-o of Cuthurluo Hendcamp,
under a like abmr l ctrg, the Jury
could not agree. Bail was exacted and
tho caiino continued,
Frank Wright was found yullty of an
assault to commit a rape, and his pun
ishment fixed at ten yearn' imprison
ment In the penitentiary. Amotion for
a new trial la still pending.
James ''aner and Henry Divls played
omo conlldonce gutno tnq many. The
fuel was proven, and the brace of ceainps
are destined-to a year'n sojourn In tho
J. ('. Carson, ai;etiL forplanus, organs,
and Wheeler A Wilson's rawing ma
chines, Eighth street, near Washington
T wish to Inform the public that f shall,
Hi a few dayf, Increase my stock of
plaiuix, and be prepared to furnish to
order, many of tho llrst class instruments
manufactured, on i-hort notice, ut tho
riuhirly established price; any of which
I will deliver, set up and warrant to bo
iu per.ect order before requiring thupay.
tueiit of any money. All Instruments
wariantid for Ave years. I also keep
plum stools and covers, and am receiv
ing tho very latest publication of music.
All persons wanting uuylblng in .ny
llui; of bu-tuvss wilt do well to call and
see my ftt-ick and learn particulars, be-
I ire i Hireling purcliuacn el-oHhere.
Sup2ldlw J C. t!.iiso.v, Agont.
.r ii ii i V litr.i itiivliir- t'i'rfliiliic
Our nil vice to any young man, that
can -pare the limn and money, Is to go
to BranVs C' icntjo Buniiicst Tminlvu
Svhool, where the best facilities in tho
country are to f niinl It l Just hi cheap
to go in "Headqu irter.-" as to go to u
second-rate institution, Semi for paper
describing this model Institution the
"Hluh School" to Commercial Colleges.
Address. II II MkyaNT, Chicago, III.
To oMlriiclur ninl llitlliltrN.
Desiring to clean oil' my lumber yard,
perparitory to engaging moreextensively
iu tlie lumber business this fall, I will
MM) the stock on hand, consisting of ash,
oak, hickory, cypress, poplar Ao of all
sizes and dimensions, cheaper than it
can be sold at any other yard in this
taction of country. I will tako iu pay
ment at jyir, city scrip, county orders,
aud school scrip.
W M. Williams.
Cairo saw mill, k
Cairo, Sept. 23d 18G9.
Teeth! Teollii Vecttit
Dr. Austin, at 140 Commercial avenue,
Is a surgeon dentist of much experience,
theoretically mid practically familiar
with all tho details of tho profession,
Wo unhesitatingly recommend him to
our readers, ut homo and abroad, a? ouo
of tho most successful practitioners In the
Tho best and prettiest cook stovo now
A now lot just received. Call and seo
them at lieerwnrt, Orth A Co., 130 Com
mercial ovontie. Sepudwlm 1
Arrivals and nrinrluri Diirlnthr Pnt
(irn.Auttroii, (Viluintmii Win White. lVJucali;
Mollis Ahle, St. Loiilg; Vlrglnln. Loulnvillc;
nciii" nrinpiiin, i.iiiio now Orleans;
Uuy of Cairo, "
St. Jo.itj)li, Vii'KrflnirK.
Slarl'Iu Cily, Vlcltbui-ji;
fien. AniIeron.folumbiu; Wm White. 1'a.lucah;
V iruinta, Ninr Urle.irii; Hullo Hemphi. Meinih';
JIollloAWi', " Wauoiiit.i. "
(Mara Scot t, JJvanvilh
I'lly ol (.'niro, '
Tho woathor has been dceidedl v wintry
by contrast with the previous warm
weather. Ono week ago tho tlioriuome
lor Indicated 00 and it did not fall be
fow SO, during tho day until Saturday,
whou tt made n longer Jump down to CO,
and was considerably below that ilL-urn
during tho nlglit. This morning is olesr, j
anil the temperature la becoml no- mnM
The Mississippi and Missouri continue
in fine navigable order, and the former
fiixe and maui.m::
MERCHANTS In. Co., of Chicago;
CAPITAL AND ASiEM .t iatf,79S 11
.SECURITY Ins. Co., of New Tork;
CAPITAL A N't) A9SKTd,.....l.7a,H e
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co., of Chicago)
CAPITAL AND ASSETS 340,019 S4
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of Boston ;
CAPITAL AND ASSETS f B.10,000
8ANUAM0 Ins. Co., of Springfield;
CAPITAL AND A33UT3 911(1,037 "
AURORA Int. Co., of Aurora, 111. j
CAPITAL AND ASSKTJ 310 980 U
STATE Fire Ins. Co., of ClereUad, O.j
CAPITAL AND ASSKT3... i u64,09
J. N. RF.A.KDI1V I0 ArII,
Zitr Oreo Flrit NAllrtniil B mV. .
poll EASTPORT AND WATERLOO
IlKCUI.AIl TIIUItMflAY l'ACKKT.
j&;.ifga, T 0. ilYMA.N, MnMcr. W. I;. IIVKI'
Clrrk, wiilTLMTo fur thn nhn unii nil lEtiTmcttUIr
TBNNESHK HIVEK, KVKIIV TIIUIWDAV BVEN
1MJ. Thn AIiliftro.inN-t Hourly at Dnnvillouilh tr.tln
for CUrksTillp, lloivjin Creou nu.l l.uuitvlllo, sdI
nt .tohnmn villi! with truinnfor NfMhvlllo.
Itstumlnit hn t-nnniftn at difro with McatAer niJ
trains for ull .olnt-. nulftf
QAI HO A N I) PA I) UC A II ' ''
Ttis lij;ht ilruiKht p4iT(;8r.0tiimr
r -Finn' WM W,IITK
It. r. NollTIIEHN JUitrr,
J. M.IIBVBKLV M..Ctirk,
Wil. make roKtiler DAILT TltlPS lietween Onini anS
I'.i tuc.ili, IfAtinK Cairo r-vrry eicnlns (Sundarn
Thn While connri'tn at Piwlnpah wil'itheNe"- Orlean
ami Ohiornilroa.t, anil IhuCiimU'rlHnilHnd Tcnnra-f
I'r freight or pn.a$e npi'lv on ln.iril, or to
, MJ , M. J. lil'cKI.BV, Avent,
lanMdtf Cslro. llllniiH.
EQITLAR CAIRO AND EASTPORT
vat xvt&fz m
STIIA.nKIt a. imki:ic.
Uik Cairo etery MONDAY BVllNINO, maklnt
close connection with trnlnint D.invtlle for W.irJcp
ville, mii at J"linonile, with tr.um for Niuhnllr
l'Articnlrtr u:tiitin aU to uay btiliii.
TJ-IK ' TibisST s i ucl tsU li..'lS cj'J '
OX' 1" XX 33 AGS.!
ENDER'S . CHILL CURE
ContJtlnn u Qulnli.e ur Araculc,
la not Uuiileasaiit u Hit Tamo; . 3
Ollldreu will mUe It ITllllout lienllN.
lion. f p
MAXV KSIIXEXT I'llVSlClAM
Alter a fmr trhil, prououncf It the lot of all roeill
ciuci yd known for thn iputiUy ami certain onre of
FEVER and AGUE, or CHILLS nntl FEVER
Chill. an J I-erer arecBtinert from n rertiln rolo
o.iliuiI in tho ntmonphi-rr known (is malaria. lire
itncisi the vitality or the bionil, retarilattje action of
the ilUferent "'rpnn, and cauip Ililliouaiif i. fonstl
pillon, eto., fliicl In thin way prepares theiiyVlem for
nny illneateof a moreirrlou nattirn which may fol
low. Tnot( further trouble, and relieve yourself
of fiiml vats, take
i:.ii:ir.s cini,ii cum:.
It htliiuiluton tho orirnna to perform IheiriliilnrenC
fiinctiuiK, mui ttci a uiidiitiUulo totlu poitou which
rauicii tho IVver nnd Aiiue, nml tiiereliy rrnore. ihe
yriem to ncallli ami ioiiki and n ooiltonlu such as
K.VDEK'.S STOMACH BITTERS,
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frtdini? of iveurlnemi that i'Iiukm eo teiiatlousf) to an
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