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ittitr from Hi*.
IIaxuetox. Ch«*«r "«. P*.
ek!u
Jam Ctb, 1*7®.
©kat Mb. Enrro*:
1 in toy May letter that flonr,m| drapery
it wsu.'i protnably *»y l»*t from for
Houli* CmrrJio*, aod U tven w, y
from the tosr.'ul
dcx ami the «*«d jfatht're'J
n
mld-turiimer Jan*
uor and h'.^ivlfte*j, unlike our
iic»r!h*rn aprirtff. By ami by th«
troj»iT4l i*un« will have done their
work and ar and blight nil «*vane*
i-eut «Jrui« and flowerx and evon the
ttmail
serum
will die out, and aoon the
re»r f!vemk», elirm and rrinjl *«nd
n »t i.».Iia»i«{reJi li broader their ahel
t'-rlttff (triw, •loiiditiif
with Indfimlt
a(.|c wiil and endurance In-tw-en the
j»i**r«*injf nun mimI artb, Ibrowin^'out
»-bidow* from their coolinjj gr«Hi
can»|dea
for
roan and ben*t. Then
will the du#ky laborer* bare th»'ir
*trnu,(
artuH
for the cotton and ricu
lieldB, hikI (father In the Wealth that
Inn been perfecting for then).
Hut h! what a desolate country
with all iN allurements of warmth
and flower*. Am the Iron horno bore
un away from Meaufort, acnwi the
Inland northeast to Yatnaaee, and
from
tlierice
on
the main land to
imrle*ton, it wemed one wild waate
of forest nnd tangle.
fere A?
id there and far between
were eolleetiona of laborer*' cabin*,
with |iatrhea of cotton, com and rjee,
witli men and women toiling with
the heavy hoe of olden time. If a
itch of brunh and briera and tang
ling vines bud tfnt too much the
ftai in tlie mid'lle of the fit li, they
had left It to i(* will and clrelcd the
plow drawn by it* one ox or cow, ft*
the ca»e mi^ht lx*, round it* l«ordem,
and platitifd the ftton or corn or
potatoes at «:tf« dUtrtnccs. There Is
land enough why should we disturb
the M-reun r»|MMo of nature, Ornt
Moimlly as
\su
rolled on we saw wide
*pieutl plrtiiw of hundred* of acres,
Murrounded by )ied| eil or ralawl
ridj.0-!* of earth around them with no
#hrub or trce and K('n* to awamp
pf***. I^okinj. ulxut wo could di*
ver here and there the cluslirs of
e ttiin* once wtlled the ite^ro qimr
t"M," and ycrchanw there would
meet our vision Mack* of tall chim
ney* which told the *td (ale of the
day* of the rebellion when the
^reat house,of tlw% manor wa« con
runted by ftie, and the lordly owner
of the bunds and *lliews of his fellow
d"«|»oiIed hi* worth and broken
d-iwu by war, uuabhi to labor for
himself and too poor U» biro the
l»i^r of other*, had gone hi# way no
otic knew where, hi* estate aold for
Ux»s and jH-rbaps now ownel in
Mtiull parcels by the former slaves,
who are alowiy hut surely learning to
think and do for themselves. Jiui
we are in the very heart of Cheater
Co. i'a. In thecounty Cheater, wln-rc
oru hundred and fifty year* ago,or
more, the early juaker* that follow
Willlum Peon
to
America i»eekln^
for religion* freedom, halted them
Halves in the wilderness and cleared
Uiono matfuiflcent forests and Iwjfun
with bravo hoptw new life, under
fV-rct) dilUcultle*, loyal iubJtHit* to
Liixland.
alloted "three aeore year* and ten*1
ctiil wt-ar the drub and gray ami
change no fa*hions cbwrvabla to
common eye*. They still i*» h*#'1
«eats with hwt* Covered smd *j»eak
only iw the **|*rU wiovrth th*m."
Bat the vewraMfl unpuifib-d walls
gwd *txl**rt *eats. J"nnda!i-id by
n&rrow ce^hi^*. FJowtry hataaad
too ewaKm
r,.f1,^tk.
(mr
(in the morning of May 25th W»| arho""* flickering shade I Write, flow*
left tb** i«nd of perpetual wimnrwr, the fetnou* JJrandywini*. Not two
serf wu «j a wuk r»!#«• heartache.
Jl had two to ii" inde*-d a I'l'TiWHiit jy f,r,jV\ n r-wtfl trodden* mooth more
of U».a UMktt iockuit-al of ttiuiertr, Washington and tin bravo told jar*,
jn7 S-r». I on th« ir way to Chad* Ford, four
We had Inxnriatet! f« Hp* M«k-1 mjus below where one of thesiioew»
Wrrie#from April7»h,oreii** bloom*{
hJj
wcit' gone and the grern b*ll«givingj and a mil* or two from that
promise of golden glol*# in Novem-
mile* from the maple nnder
r*ia
ljtatn a
fp0j0t
Irr, Fijc* were a^ large walnut*. jjraodywlne. Only pleatHiit ride
jva vine* of •.*riy planting «f*r and
from my feet lies the great du»-|that
j,!jmjre] vwm ago,
nXi.r tj„,
f"r Hnl
tanie!
next
vititer. C^rn »iik« and
nmtit'g wn
w«*«*k." Over our h»*ad« hun% th»»
grand majjnolia Wwiw**, esw-h
of*'ttinjc to the tun-hlrif It" jmr#
Vflv. ty U'SJ-s with jfold^o
qia*rt UjwJ«. At our f*H.*t tho
|H»t»di «f frt?»h uaU-r nj^rkJ^d with
whit.j litlie* Jfnrt(fn»tly large aw!
douMe. Mower*, vitiea. and beauty
wt-n* everywhere In wild and uncul
tured Juxuriain^e, and ov all there
wmed
to re«t
f'n-
of the revolution wa*
occurred the famed battle of
iMuutiful rolling Jjiii*, vale«
itMisfitihu-ut fann« atrrien tt» t«
Va!hy Forge with all its precious
historical remlnl*cence». And the
house wber*? the Father of III*
Vajotry held hi* headquarter*, with
if* antique old wall* and quaint old
jjable*, *tiH tempt* the exeur«ioui*t U»
virit lt«s honored precinets.
«o you the pendulum which
swings my fate lot* vibrated from one
extreme plane of interest to another.
The I*'and of Port liojral claims
the honor of sheltering for ft season
the first flying fugitives from the
Kreneh end Spanish Catholle oppres
sor*, Tho iiuguenots of France,"
and here, rested the persecuted Qua
kers after their escape from the intol
erance of English protes,tantl*m.
May I not auk without impertinenw,
Ilave we not grown aineo those
days?" ias not a greater gMsl came
to a greater namber of the children
of humanity II»i* flu: world, ormtr
worfil, some would fain have us be
lieve grown worae, a* this century of
liberty ha* rolled by? 1 leave my
jeaders to answer a* It please* them,
only wishing i could listen to each
voice and hcur the verdict.
P/'»aufort National Cernenfery, 1*t
class, I* *urroutided by a picket {not
board) fence, which will *otn be re
placed i»y a permanent brick wall.
Soldi or* from the following regl
nn ntsof Jowa troop* are buried lit
this cinHery lat low# Krigim'ers,
2d Iowa cavalry, 2d, 4th, 7th, l»th,
I nth, llth, I3th, lfttli, 17th, 22d, 1'Uh,
L'Sfh, !?l*t and "*th Iowa infantry.
The total numbers of interment* In
at! the National C'euieUuk* are
given a*follow*:
l«rc\l!7 known white soldier*, lift,.
liMi unknown white aoldier*, l.'l.lKK)
known ctdorcd soldiers, -i!0,2W un
known colored soldier* total
union soldiers, besides «,7"d civilians
attached to llif army In various
capH iti'1*, and til,Ml rebel Moldiers.
The War
1
epart men has puhl isheil
In b«ud form a lloll of Honor, in '27
volumes, containing the name, rank,
company, regiment and date of death
of each deceased, a* far ax known.
A set of these Is kept on file at the
otllce of each of the cemeteries.
Mr. .Nikw ChrisUuHOii is of DanUh
decent, uct Genuati.
F. D. 1.
From \luiulii,
VOBK, V«»I K t'o., Soh,
Juue 14, ih7o.
KiifO» Jm-itNAi.: Thinklnjr a
few brief Item* from thl* country
might be welcomel by your readers,
I submit the following
The season Is very backward herd.
We hud front on the 7th Inst. For
these reason* corn look* decidedly
pale, where there Is any. A few
farmers, myself among the number,
have no corn, after planting twice.
Squirrel* and birds have taken a
»rcat ileal of the #e«d from the
ground.
Tl»eri« I* in ilght from where 1
write a brick house of goodly projMv
lion* which la but hied of brick
brought in *hl^ over the aoa* from
the old country nndthe walla fo-day
areaaaolid as (ftanlte and so deep
and thick that tiny will proltahly
aland Arm for centuries to come.
Near by I* the old Kennel meeting
htMj.se, erected before the revolution.
It i* of free stone laid in plaster that
tout ha* taromo a cement hard as
the Mono itself, harder, flrmer, audi*"*- The air mow full of them,
'more enduring than the hard, to thegromid tK-caKhtt tally,
and a* waa thought in those lnu£
ji.ioe day*, enduring tenets of the
tut bonding »ect that buibletllt* M'alls.
(ltd mcmlM»rs who have by rettfton
wi utrcngth, drawn out of calm ah
•ieuiluus lives, gone on beyond the
Small grain crops —0A|ecli«IIy
wlwat look well. If tho grasshop
oersdo not trouble u* I think we
shall have an abundant harvest.
The amount sown this year exceed*
that of lust year III to 60 per cent.
Tho hoppers have been flying north
ward over us for three days in thi'-k
mass. Where they ale going no
man will know till they aliirht.
They have done no injury in thi*
county yet, but will probably stop
with ux on their way hack to Kan-
Every one caught carries from two
to twelve small pradtc*, which are
said to be tho natural euetuy of the
grasshopper.
uiad to learn that after all the**
year* of waiting you are soon to
have a railroad to Knoxvilhi,
K. w.
F. 1. C»A«1!.
P. R.~The evening before left
Mouth Carolina. I received from Sir.
Nile* Christensen a note correcting
*orne mistake* which occurred in my
iwcount of the National Cemetery at
Beaufort. Mr. Cbristeneen Kiys:
There are now 7» «,cmeterh»* estab
lished by act of Congress. They are
divided into four classes, those eon
Ntltuting the first cb»-s containing tfie
largest number wd the leorlb clus*
the *nmlle*t.
frsaa
BrTf.Ku. M•., June If, HW-
Editok Joi knal:
I Thinking periiape a lew wo«!•«»
«-n»ing the gra.--h','pici' in this re
gion might be of interest to wnoe of
your readers, I will *ay that they
have nturJy *11 taken their depart
ure, not all at once, as on former
oa-HHons but gradually as they ae
i quire wings, going north, northeast
or northwest, but not south. We are
anxious to know if any of them light
npon your lorder-, hoping, however,
you may be .spared, for *bo«ld
the hungry ho*t piunee ufwn you at
this eeaaon, yon may yet have to
eotrio to Egypt" for cum this year,
for though they leave us utterly de
vastated, we hope with favorable
weather to raise g'^3 corn. People
are planting and making garden like
early spring, some fjU-lds of corn look
well that
were
planted about a month
ago, but wheat, oats and Has are all
destroyed. Fruit almost an entire
failure, and thousands of young tree*
kilted. 8hrublery and flowers of all
kind* wiped out. Drouth and chinch
bugs are not to \o compared to grass
hoppers, but we are glad they are
gone now, If only to be rid of them
in the hotwes and wells, hot the hogs
and fowl* of all kinds, are looking
solemn after their long feast*
ilespeelfulij,
M. WfcT.rrr.
WAOON W(K)t»,
hi. t. tiUjiJbktt
WOODRUFF
BROTHERS.
S O V E S
SlieZf and Heavy fifatd-
warc. Iron and Steel,
Nails and Glas§»
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
Builders' Material,
STUDEBAKER WAG02TS.
We will *«II the Studebaker Wagon
for %b&, cash. $00 on «ix mouth*,
and $93 on one year.
KUl'K-l to 1^0
i iiKKA, WRIXUESt^
ftlLTWATORS.
Only Ajaftt* Si* the (,'ouuty for tW

MAlIlll.'lp tKSTW,
Ifp
Wt will. j11 the Murah Harveat^r
thl* year'w9tH(l| all ensh, on deliv
ery. I mil Niba* follows: $r.»o In
four «'iuul i•. meiits to coticlude in
187U, a»Jc^l i a discount Jfov. let,
1875, ill the lnter«*4.
175, f9tl|llt
in the County, and fold for the
Least Money, Is at
WOODRUFF BROS,
Mont Side Square
kXOXYILLE, IOA
New Store! New Goods!
AKD
PANIC PRICES!
ElfALT WRIGirr,
htw par«b«Mtf th« utoc* offnoj.
form»Tlj nwtiod
J. Kin*I,intf will ooatlaan tb* baiitMw «t It*01*1
•OUTII SIDE OF PtlOLIC
KQI lRE, EHO\!|(J|||,
TTWY bar* b^a lut md |mrrhM«l Urp IUl.k
S«» 6«ad* la »4Jltiop, tM h*?i now i full !!&•
DRY GOODS,
GROCKiilKS,
J. II. Y.
Mfm
HATS AND CAP8,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SEW SHOW
Dry Goods!
A# tiM aeanoa la at band for lay
ing fn spring »upp!?r-s, of course,
it will t»e of some interest to kuow
where to find good
AT FAIR PRICES.
We are BOW receiving large gappliea
of
SPRING GOODS,
and purpose keeping much fuller
line than heretofore, and making
price* that cannot fail to be popular.
We eep r*. fnH «tock of
BOOTS,
V it fr i i\ v2
wj\b
General Stock
notions, etc.
*w MH VMIII frtMi.
calf, fine and
a full line
in flne and heavy
heavy kip, and »hall keep a
of lined gH*I*. In women's, misses
and children's custom calf
E
we have the largest atock in town,
and very cheap.
We carry the largest stock of
from the Bonaparte Mills of any
house In town. Cas*imer«*», Hatin
netts, Jean*, K'{X"1 hints and Flan
nels, and a very large assortment of
yarn* from the name mill*.
Also keep constantly on hand a
good line of fancy cas*imeres, cloth*
and aultings, which we get up in
auit* to order.
We carry a flue stock of
Clothing,
and can ahow softs at all prices.
In other departments you will
find our stock full and complete, and
at prices, we think, as low as can be
found.
COLLINS IF nr.ED.
THE IMPORTED P£KHERM
hrcd at tho government
stable! in Frnnee, and import
ed by E. Dillon & Co., in Ju
ly, 1N74, and by them *old to
the present owner, J. Brown
lee, of Ivnoxvillc, Iowa, at the
Iowa State Fair liist fall.
MARSHAL NfcY
is a horse of good style and
aetion, splendid proportions
remarkably kind and gentle
disposition.
lie is
April 1A, 1S75. (lO-J*1! tinift)
The Ives' Patent Lamp Co.,
«t B«rel»y It. an«l Park Plucr. A, V.
the Jxiryzil varirtj/ of Itorn&tiic Lamp*
in the, ti irrld.
Church Char.Jci.rr- a fr'pocitlt/.
r*t»nt t,!tmp» ma to obviate ait eMee
Hen*."—A'. I' n»'i.
Th« nrxi |.««t thlnj to ta U«ht yet dlMOvtnd.—
I. ). Irihunr,
bOm*of
th* ism! Laaia Boaaw la tb*
Oettrd litate».H—futfijiMitr,
Role Hinufai turm-a of
MURCJi'S PA
TEST DO VBLK
HEADLIGHT REFLECTORS
wfclch r» iUct on« liht hv "i.-ht-fn lulrrcru otcr a
I'Mll Of 4 It
i
For Store*, Public Place*, Tunnela, ate.
ALSO MARCH'S PATBIkT
CBa^tSDCEL^» LjLj
JCkQCEiypSB
MlNOK't) I'ATK.NT
POCKET Fol.DIXi LAKTCRK,
/nr., ETC.
AIm\
ft34tO
Sol* M*k«ra of th»
N.
Y. Standard Argand Gas
3 a 3[
i
4
Jiv order of the Roard.
4-4
a dapple
gray, 0 )enrs old, lGi haotta
high and weighs 1800 lbs/
Those interested in the improve
ment of stock are invited to see this
noble animal on the farm of the *nb
IH'rilier. U mile* south of Kuoxville,
on Mondays, Tuesdays ami Wednes
days. and at the Tremont House barn
iu Kuoxville on Thursdays, Fridays
and Haturdays, durit.g the spring,
summer and autumn month*.
vice S25 on easy terms.
JOIIN THROWN*LBS.
Burner.
To WHOMIT MA v CoNCEitrf:
-Notice is herely given that on Ik#
I*' day of the next December term of
tiie (.'ircuit Court of Mat ion county,
Iowa, tbe (ilb day of I)cccnil»er, I87o,
Joseph Met calf will make application
to be diMchar* ed as administrator of
the estate of Kii M. C'ole, deceased,
Kuoxville, June 2T, i87o.
4-7 ALI.KN HAMHKIC, Clerk.
Lcyal notice.
To WHO*IT MAY COM KUN:
Notice Is hereby iriveti that on the
1st day of the next Peeember term of
the Circuit durt of Marion county,
Iowa, the flth day of December, IH7"»,
John Scblotterback will make appli
cation to be discharged as administra
tor of the estaUt of John bchiotttr*
back, de eased.
Kuoxville, June 25, lft75.
wJ^*Z
All p*
ran us imbd.ted to the estate of
the late Win. iiuwMing, deceased, or to
the late firm of Win. ihissitig it Co..
are requested to come forward ami
make immediate settlement with the
undersigned.
Kmxviile, Iowa. June 3, 187/5.
GEO. F. Mvkrh.
(8-6) Administration
Executor'a \uticv.
Notice I* hereby given that the nn
dersigned have been duly appointed by
the Circuit Court of Marion couuty,
Iowa, as Iixecutors ofttie Estate of!
J. \V W iilianirt, deceased.
All persons knowing tln-mselves In
debted toi said deceased, are requested
to conic forward anil make payment
without delay and all persons having
claims against suid Kstate will pre
sent them for allowance duly verified
according to law.
Krioxvilltr Iowa, June 7,1875.
(:,"w) B, L. Pakmons.
SAI.IXA WILI-IAMH.
$5 to $20 Si,""
COEV3INC2
•frying in Kiissvills City Property!
Fifty Lota 3*- Jane*' Addition for Sale
LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS!
1
A
1
Vi.MiI. HU-f-t
13 14 13
J. M. JONES la BOW offering in- A»d 41
dneemenfs to parties who desire to
purchase property in hi* addition tat FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
Kuoxville, near A. K. Si I).
DEPOT GROUNDS.
He has fifty lots which he will »ell
nt fair rates on ea*y terms. They are
hII good Jotn for residences, lying on a
tieautiful plat of ground just west of
Ivtioxviile Woolen and Flouring Milia*
i i: f. Jj i:
Water m*3* be found anywhere at a
dejith of from 10 to 2o (eet. Many of
the lots are fenced and in cultivation,
with bearing orchard tree* and shrub
bery.
A large number of neat cottagea
have already been built in thi* addi
tion, and are now occupied by thrifty
citizen*.
JONES' ADDITION
Lie* within about a quarter of
a mils of the business portion
of the city, and is one
of
Kuoxville'*
handsomest and most valuable sub
urbs, 11 embraces sixteen blocks, of
eijrht lots eaeh, making a total of 128
lots, eaeh WxIJO feet.
About so of these lot* are occupied
by residences and other aubstantia!
improvements, including an extensive
Woolen KacufacturinjEctablichaeat, Flour
isg Mill, Store, Orchard:, Vinyards, etc.,
Notice to Mono Munoud.
Bealed proposals will be received at
the Auditor's ollk-e until July JO,.at 1
o clock, p. m., for the erection of two
stone piers on Whitchreast creek at a
point known as Hurch's Mill. The
person receiving the contract will be
required to carefully remove the old
brtdtre now .standbier at said point.
The lioard reserve the right to *l*aet
any or all bids.
l-f KriV'TKonv Jriftt*jut ibhinjrto re'iirn n. bin native oouatrr, he
It.
It. Itoi.lNHOW, AtfdItOr. hufornuUa and the MotaMive riibt »o
n.eili^ine* to a party nudw who,'e
Legal IVottco.
Abni.s IIankk k, Clertt.
\oiin:,
JtojiKirr K i'hsino
^Knoxville. May 4, l«75. (48-4)
A«liiiliiiNiralorva ICotice.
Notice I* hereby given that the un
dersigned lia* been duly appointed by
the Circuit Court of Marion county,
Iowa, as administrator of the eatate
of Mary Kll, deceased.
All persons knowing themselves in
debterl to suid deceased, are requested
to come forward and make payment
without delay and all persons having
claims against said estate will preeent
them for allowance, duly vetilied au
conlinu: to law.
Atf-ut* 4jj
Plettrirtf p»oT,)e. of K,(t,
ai-'l I 'J. null* mrr is in »t work ftr i
u». In thuir own I'vaiium. dortatc thri»
thfllui». lNri't liKik Hir «„r||
Bpmr
mo»
mi-lit*, tit a,!) Ok- tlui«, iii»n ai anvihiar »l«. a I
off»r ••nipt .yinmt ttut »iil pav haoJwn el* fur ew»rr i
b-ur'. work. .,ll (mrtk-nUra, frm- *._• ^nt Tr'Z rowetTf
uii your aliir».'at d»l»» \rw|a| OIT THF flPUT iMn a
(iIVm't
Jftl^'TlUte.KUt
a
X.
ri: «/, telnet.
PtEAs ANT STREET
JONES' ADDITION TO KNOXVILLE.
WORt
are soon to be erected in the arMi?j,(
JCailroad depot, buildings, side truck
etc., will occupy portion* of thr
block* at the northeast corner.
such desirable lots im these can Ik* In
iu the city at such low figures a* tho
In Jones' udd'iion. Now is the tin
to buy, and Jones' Addition js
(j
place, if you want a desirable plat at
SAH2AI FI
The city l« if row in-: westward.
business and population are going
the direction of the liailroad lJepot,
LARGE DEDUCTION'S
in priecx will be made to parf«»w w
ill build upon and otherwiseiinpro
lot* purchased.
BUY SOON
If you want a choice lot at a barcrii
It cannot be hal a tew months hen
at such flnure« as are now offered.
Kn|uire at Kuoxville Woolen Mil
of the proprietor for information,
culais and plat*.
JOHN M. JONES
KNOXVILLE, IOW
May 25,1875.
SEDICim,
A Buinbfr of nor formor Per
•ylvaniar.)!, no doubt remember when
Oreen, A Prmrian by birth, ooinmenc]
practir e medicine in Lancaster, F»., flf(,
or in.-re yaars »fro. Hi« prejuriptidns cn
oijii'leilby himself of rur.ts and herb», n
uud thuir way into ef«ry btJUieb-ild wh
he wan known tr.eirciiraiive ji alilie.* «.flo
In? relief nut Mrcngth to all who u:*eil tin
con
ftiey (lav* »inco been uiwde and eold in
x-i^'ern sljite*. lie levin them to be pe
liariy atlupted to the we.-(t and soath, the
are n«w introducing them here."
1«. Okcrn'h IIittkb Ti.xr—a gafe i
*iire remedy ftr dyKpep^in, de'-iljty, billin
ami liver c. iDt.faiiiid, lever and a?ue, con
fation, and ail di«tase« of the duentire
garni. It «!iinuUtc* the liver und ragul
diifcitinn, thereby rtai' Teioa: ttie eau#o
b«iida"he at,d low «}rits strengthen* i.
build* up the run down tm
fre*b viKor to »ll parti, of the body will
vent feverand ague, and protect ttle «y»
againat all malari'iUH di«e4*oa.
1i. Ohi.kk'a k n(.'s Ci'uk—For goot gi
et, doility. rhcuiTiaii^in, drujmy, «croti
and nil di-va.-e.i nt the bladder, kidueyv
Utiiary (r^anH. A* a diur tic it e«rrio.j off
oaleulu* lepo*it«, j.ur?fien the blood, and
uiovej) ihe cwufie of eruptiou add c-ntane
dieeaiici, and infl.iuiuiatory and neuial
Itins.
ba. Gkekj's Kxn.foRAST—rnre«
otd» whoo| ing c. ugii, c»oop, and all dioe
oi tho tiin-at, luag* and client, by acni-n
nature ty throw oil' the oiTe&fiva matter,
tCHd of reuinii.g it the blood, thus i
cniiii'.'aliy makiug a permanent cure, i
cubduo all ic^Ueov/ to coaiiuiuptioci It
and tj j-Koi-1 taver.
b». uubkn'b Cxiaia* Lwuiiiit—I«
atid tanet.
Ir. Okkck'h Anre Ajtn Lines Pill*—,
promjitly without depleting, tut b*
OruggiHt^ and ionlern.
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'y n«« ini^ton.
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