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The Clarion: Wednesday, Jan. io, 1883.
7
Wft e Clarion.
THE FRATERNITIES.
Pertinent Points.
A.t the receut annual election of offi-
, in Niagara lage, io 0.0, ixjcfc-
jj. y., the retiring w or.-. Master,
D. John Hodge, delivered a very en
e address, for a copy of which we are
Mited to his courtesy. Bro. Hodge
Iu the representative of the Grand Lodge
Mississippi at tne utranu uoage 01
w York, and is one of the most zeal
.i.ii;nnf and influential crafts-
men in the fcmpire otate:
iiinw me to suggest that the members
of this Lodge and the craft generally in
this District, endeavor to cultivate and
encourage a more liberal and charitable
I 1: .....vition TOnuius i-iicii uiuci. xusveau
I J . 11 1 " ... lw. (tmltu an1 wantniiBBOd
Lf one another, let us throw the broad
malltlC OI iuanuuu; luwuj aiuuiiu mc
erring brother, and exert our good influ-
ieDCtS 111 tue uiirtuuu ui jrc.ii,t nuu lir
form- . ... , .
I note as anuwier ii.uiin- iiH-ii uiitiuin
our attention, the fraternal love which
Masonry incuicaies. 11 is wen 10 en
.LMtwTB. 011 general principles, any insti-
W"T-i , ."1 1 - -i.L.1 t.
tution, WHICH., snuuuiug unit wmun is
wrong! gathers together those who have
r-culiar regard for each other's welfare,
think no one with any experience in
. -ill 1 :a i : .. .. 1 1 . .1 . .
our order win oe utauuuii m bvxuuk ieug
ing the glow of fraternal pleasure with
which he has so often met those whom he
discovered to be brothers in the mystic
bond. It may have been on tne ocean
steamer oriu the hurrying railway coach ;
it roav have been a casual acquaintance
in the weeks of recreation j it may have
been at some disaster uere tin sie.u in
jury was involved, or it may have been
when sickness had prostrated, or chance
withering with those who had met in the
fast office to cast the sprig of evergreen.
The pleasure or some 01 these meetings;
who shall happily describe ?
But the point which I most desire to
imnress iiDon vou is, that tne neart 111
having its sympathies thus aroused to
ward brethren is not thereby rendered
any less cordial to those who are Mason
icallyjconsidered outsiders.
Another thing which should receive
our attention, notwithstanding we, as
members of this Lodge, are comparative
ly free from, is the excessive use 01
niritnnus liauors. I am not an advo
cate of prohibition or teetotal absti
nence, but I do insist upon that Masonry
and liquor cannot combine and live har
moniously any more than can the devil
and the angels of heaven. Masonry
teaches morality, brotherly love and
equality. Liquor induces brutality,
family strife, fraud, rascality and mur
der. Masonry tells us that we meet
upon a common plane, without regard
to social position. Liquor causes its
victims to seek a common plane, irre
spective of position, social or otherwise,
but too frequently horizontal. Mason
ry reminds us that monarchs and poten
tates have abandoned the sceptre to as
sume the gravel. Liquor has caused
many to lay aside the gravel and oper
ate with a pick and shovel. Carry out
I the comparison as far as possible, and
not one food leature can DO aurnmieu
to liquor. Consequently, anything that
is so, injurious, so unholy, so anti
Masonic, should not be used by those
who are nimble to control their own aj
petites. Hodge.
comes, and the Lodce orators si. read
theniselves. and titular dignitaries have
their say, and the funny brother frum
his inexhaustible budget cull another
of his funny stories, how surprised we
all are at the lateness of the hour, simply
from want of judicious manameut.
We think that we are justified in say
ing that late hours, if not the besetting
sin of the Order, are at least detrimen
tal to its best interests. These late uoc
urnal sessions excite the suspicions of
.L. J 1 .1 1 . . 1 f . r
me uououui, increase me animosity 01
those who are unfavorably inclined to
the institution and render the families
of the members whose regular hours are
disturbed by such late absence from home,
dissatisfied with a society whose rules
they are perhaps not aware peremhtorily
forbid excess of every kind, and whose
charges strictly direct its cdisciples to
avoid all irregularities and intemper
ance which may impair their faculties
or debase the'dignity of their profession.
Hebrew Standard.
CONQUEROR
OF ALL KIDNEY DISEASES.
80MK merchant insure their stork and
house and neglect their children. Why
not save the mother's heart and life by car-
rvinj the babv a box of Dr. Mofkktt's
11 rrniNA (Teething P,vderf Other uAers
do U.toT sale by Byron Lemly.
m
Albert Pike, the OJrand Commander
of the Southern Supreme Council and
the most learned Masonic author living,
is now in his seventy-third year. He was
the son of a poor shoemaker, became a
teacher and graduated at Harvard Col
lege. In 1831 he went to Santa Fe, must
of the way on foot, and in 1832 reached
Little Rock where he achieved fame and
made his mark as an editor, lawyer,
poet, soldier, etc., etc., too numerous to
mention.
An Indispensable Tenet.
One of the decisions recently made -by
theM. W. Bro. Keifer, Grand Master of
Masons of Ohio, respecting the belief of
a candidate, will be read with interest by
the Masons of the United States, as it
affects a question often brought up. W,
L. Hnnns. an attonicv-at-law, a man of
-- r, ----- - 1 .
lillgl.!
es
good moral character, possessing lurj
nntitioned for the degre
in said Lodge, and was accepted . L very
body knows that belief in God is one of
the tenets of Freemasonry. This candi
date, in reply to the usual questions
' answered "in a supreme power." On the
question being repeated, ne repneu, m
a supreme controlling power. lhe
question was then asked: "Do you put
vnnr trnmi. in God?" to which he
answered, "I don't know." And there
upon the Master ordered the candidate
to be conducted out of the Lodge. The
Grand Master was asked in approval or
disapproval of the decision of the V .
M. Held: That the candidate must be
able to sav. and that of himself, that in
times of difficulty and danger his trust
is in God. Nor will he be able to avoid
the test bv suggesting any particular be
liefs or differences of opinion in regard
to the form or personality of deny.
The Masonic requirement is the expres
sion of faith and trust faith in God
and trust in his protection. The action
of the Master was approved.
Slanders in Masonry.
We have had frequent occasions to
notice the restless state of brethren when
in the presence of persons given to tat
tling, and on former occasions have ex
pressed our dislike of the poor practice
01 taie-Dearing.
In looking over the decisions made by
Grand Master JohuT. Irion, and report
ed in January last to the Grand Lodge
of Tennessee, we notice one that should
arrest the attention of scandal-mongers,
and excite the approval of all the Masons.
The question that called for the decision.
alluded more especially to tne proiane
how much more should Masons take heed
when speaking of brethren.
Questhm. Should a Mason lie diciphn
ed for slandering a person who is not a
Mason !
Amwer. He should.
One of the fbrmer edicts of the Grand
Lodge, and which still expresses our sen
timents on this subject says : "The des
picable habit of tattling and slandering
is unworthv anv man or Mason, and
that in every case, of well-attested slander
the calumniator be immediately expelled
from all the benefits of masonry." These
are words fitly spoken, "like apples of
eold 111 pictures ot silver, and should
be emblazoned in letters of enduring
light on the walls of every Masonic hall.
Slander is one of the most heinous crimes
against the peace and harmony of our
Order and society.
Our Grand Master, King Solomon ,felt
this when he said, "A good name is like
precious ointment," and "is better than
ureal, riches." Of all places, the bosom
of our fraternity should be the last to
give shelter to a wilful slanderer. Mow
can an institution which teaches un-
, T . ll. . 1 1.....
swerving obedience 10 me muiai nsw
tolerate such a symbol for such a mon
ster'.' Nature is too poor to furnish a
tit symbol for such a character. The
coward who stabs his unoffending and
defenceless victim in the back; the sav
age wretch who, from some hidden cov
ert shoots a poisoned arrow; the serpent,
whose power lies not in the boldness of
his attack, but in the venom of his sting;
the lecherous rake with worse than mur
derous intent, stealing at midnight on
sleeping innocei.c are but feeble types
nod SV1I1KI S 0 I. llC SiaiHieiei. ll. nun
certain of another's happiness, the stain
ing of a spotless reputation secured be
long years of honest toil and industry,
the shadow cast on the loved and inno
cent who surrounded the family hearth,
are as nothing.
Grand Master Kino, of Maine, in
his annual address to that Grand Lodge,
said: "I am a member of no other se
cret BOCiety ; I am solely and wholly a
Freemason, and have been for nearly a
nnnrfur of a centurv. I have never
'... i.iv initiiition. felt otherwise than
'XT' UK BEST
KIDNEY and LIVER MEDICINE
NETER KNOWN TO FAIL.
"I hud suffered twantv veers with score dieosseof
the kidney, before min Hunt's Remedy two dy
I in relieved, and am now well."
JosillA TCTHILL.
"My phvsiiians thought that I was paralysed on
one aide. I wan terribly afflicted with rheumatism
from 1869 to 1SS0. I wus i wvd bv Hunt's Itemed'."
STEPHEN mason.
"Mv doetor pronounced my ease Itright's Disease,
and told me that I could lira only forty-eight hours.
I then took Hunt's Itemed)', and was speedily
cured." , ,
M. (jOODSl'Kr.D.
"Haviui suft'ereil twenty years with kidney di
un.i ami,lovid various ldivslcians without
' Tk.llK. Ml It' vid I w!i then rtired bv "Hunt's Remedy
niody.
NEB.
iULLIVAN FEN
"I have been greatlv Is'netttted hy the. use of
Hunt's Remedy. For ilis.wii of the kidneys and
urinary organs there is uolhiui; auperior."
A. U. NICKSBBOM.
"I can testif.v to the virtue of Hunt's Remedy ill
kidney disease from actual trial, having been much
benelitted thereby."
Rev. K. ti. TAYLOR.
"I was unable to arise from be I from an attack nf
kldnev disease. The D-k-Uim could only relieve me.
I was' finally completely cured by uains' Hunt's
Remedy."
FRANK R. DICKSON.
I have suffered cTtremclv with kidney (UsMSe;
after uslnt; Hunt's Remedy two days, was enabled
to resume business." .
tiiai. r. ui.Aiifc.
OT wil.l in two win i:W.l'2f)i thirtv-three thous
and one hundred and twenty bottlia of Hunts
R'medy. It is a valuable medicine tor Kinney ui-
seaas. ... . .
w. a. rjjAisiumi.s
OX! TRIAL will eosvtNTK Yoe. For salk dy
ALL DkuuuIsTS. Si nd for Pamphlet to
Hunt', Kemndv Co.. Provi lence, R. I.
Prioe 78 cents tt nd $1 M&.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD
Eradicate Malarial Polnon.Prevenls
Chills & Fever, Intermittent & Bil
lon Fever, Cures Afrne& Fever, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Nervousness, Loss
of Sleep, Female & Summer Disorders.
Eeoommenaed ts Use! by Physicians.
Sold Free of 8. Ltquor License by all re
name uruKgimsuiiu
PRINCIPAL OFFICE & LABORATORY,
24&26 N.MAI!, ST.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
Late Lodge Hours.
Late hours are always objectionable,
but they are more particularly so when
applied to Masonry. .
The institution being founded in
secrecy, a natural prejudice arises and is
cherished in the bosom of our fanu
liaa ,.i;i, nrr.mciiiiri iniDression can
be softened and and mollified only by
early hours and correct conduct in all
our Masonic transactions. Many of us
can testify how these suspicous preju
dices are nourished by an untimely re
turn to our homes, after a meeting pro
tracted perhaps unnecessarily, and attcr
a rapper which carries us often into the
"we sma' hours" of the morning.
We believe in Lodge labor, but we
liei;..,-., io ; .frahiiipnt after labor.
aim in
'The social intercourse between the
brethren is a cement which unites us in
bonds of closer fraternity.
But the usual routine of business may
lways be performed within the proper
limits i.r.kvifl.-.l t.hn Master allows no
undue latitude to the workmen, and sets
the craft to work and gives them proper
instruction for their labors.
But where the Master is slow and the
WnrV Arar, , vnllllllllc time IB
unnecessarily consumed, and low twelve
sometimea reached before the brethren
irrevoeablv devoted to wha tlbclievedto
iu. u true interests. Many societies lift ve
arisen, patronized largely by I reemasa
sons, and in many instances apparently
doing a kood work ; for all such 1 have
nothing but kindly feeling and cordial
,..:l,a for thoir nrosneritv. I do not
Mnanns to seek fraternity else
.b. Ti...Hove it to be unnecessary
but I enter into no argument with him
who thinks differently
Anv we alwavs as charitable towards
the weaknesses and failings of others as
the teachings of Freemasonry instruct us
to be ?
Masonry has taught all nations to
speak one language by signs and sym
bols. She glories in age, without the
least sign of dotage. Bhe presents her
self to-day in all tne vigor ut juu.,
with the wisdom of manhood, fche
iiu , ..ntrol of inerev wherever
suffering and want are k"0W.n-,leJ
countenance became with the light ot
heavenly charity. tier Kuriiiei.
unstained, and her white Wr floate
unon the breeze of every clime, the ad-
miration o.. --
ooimtrv. Ana wuuc y. iv ,J
- , . ,
..rtvarrt tier neitveu uicisw
DINGIER XCIC
ContainsOing'T. V.ur.lm, mr.ny omcU' Uvk rc I
cincn known, COtrA icd WtO a rt-mcdycffiuh vrr-1
iedpowcrsvst'im 't.eihecrcnic i I4Cd t uni r
lf vou have Dyapt-j
oligri fir1,c iriVr :. ,
.ulnc-.tuinf n.i-tiw i
or Nerve, fcMl.ci l
niencctoture anc. Di i u
vou tin fr' Tii (he hTM
d'-.f,.- flew intoidcatCT
.
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PAUKER
H AIR B ALS AMS' 1
n ISM 'sjsi 'WW.u.J'..f
Itslastins frau-rancc makes this delichtful per-
fumepopular There la nothing1 like H. limst
inon havine Firks res CiiiflCNRm every ootue
Ho Whiskeyl
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
for rum.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
cating beverages.
Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of
the American Cliristian Re
view, says of Brown's Iron
Bitters:
Cin.,0.,Nov. 16, 1881.
Gents : The foolish wast
ing 01" vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, makes
your preparation a necessity ;
and it applied, will save hun
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
Brown's Iron Bitters
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
neuralgia, consumption,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
permanent relict
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AGENT FOR
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OF ENGLAND.,
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A iill KAI. AUEVr FOR THR
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HI S OI MItY AKO C'lTW PROHKKIW AM Ki ts.
stable Kale a- aav aiaer Keainaaalb'e ('.Mpaales.
OIN HOU8K8 1N8UUKD.
OFFM'E Ott t Ml. WTHKKT. OPBB ltOUBK,
JACUNOI. MlfcMIBSIPPI.
Tk. wndittsa u sbov. nA ieat.d, nisU In almwrt vrv ftunllr.
stand.., "hll. ma., kavs .bworo. ehrmlr 'JJSSjSSL
u iki h.hia and ainsf sua nun am u 11 sou isr-aa mm bisisi u
lb. UooMm ars sf
faaiaisaaraooaw
1 rue . of all lis
Imparls tir.o, i h and vine
in and worn oninlo-
lafllolrd br jeara ot palDful uffmlna : ranlaMa, oonororw ""
kraMrlca.
waakasM
and n.rvc
sal Adtlaar
AtU
l fr..nd to mothara all alons tka troutilad pMSwai
atari a aiapiaesaaata ua aioarauww.
tloat : rapalri damages I
t.Md maid.n. ana is a
rv.. It isvsr-fctllag'tr.. ton.. Ual. " ' W,
sdvlaar msllsd fi is to any addrsa. r. Daoaoooua Co., rtopristora, bo.
badalda. tba physician's flrat osttUea is, "
S. proparly attandad to at ones, by tha ass af
, wmi frss Sow of Wis and aarry off lbs
rth.ir aaarrlad livaa.
wawsrraaia, nnron.
IBS aacnaw.
Isaallv MsdV
LwlavUls, Ey.
that thty mini la
ir fM.hinf.li1" fWAVla. tbj
all ... b proparljr attandsd to at ona, by im ua ai mmmmmmm, '"r7:i hZ
salbiT't SallosAiisrtsBt la rsltavsl all tbaso ssplwkaat .sVotai It aata mildly opoo tha bow.U,
saawTs ia tow i bU., isiavw wutipaia, btlioiun, slab bsadab. told sUmab, boailbarn, oolio,
l"UfTuU2 wbtiw powdar. and u scoUs. aad p.Ma.t m a tlaa ada wast, taws BaUa SO asts.
FOR SAI.K
THE BEST REMEDK
Mississippi Lands for Sale.
tfiaVMARK
GEORGE A. CLARK.
SOLE AGENT.
The BEST and HOST POPCtiAB
Bowing Thread of Modern Times.
ConNTiis. ArsKd. I. It. B.4M
Kankiit.u WO $ :t
Nrslmba WO W 1UIU
Winston Ul' H 'UH
Attala fVO U ?
Carroll 4t 1i(
Lfflor 4 i7,mao 19
(Irrniula 14'it liU'22 l3,4ti
Tallaliatuliip.. OX) '2?t'l 23 "
Total a res. fM'l
M. A. M.tu, ol Ixinl.vlllc, ll Amnt for
WiiiKton t'ounty lmla. I . I.. Aiuli'TOHi, I-.aq., ul
Knariuakn, la Airi'iit lor Altula t.innly IJIikI.-.
TbsM lands art all iwavtiy imotraa, ana nri- i:i
natban nml OOrti prodaotns lamln.. Neshoba nnt
Wlnilon Imvo amuo mat a wi ll n OtuSY HaiMf
iim.ii tlit'in. I nl in wiiil l tiatc- lax'ii nt't'liliy (liif
covcrod in Wlnaton ixninty.
rnr u-rms aiinly ti
I'KTI.K P. BAILKY,
nui!.'i,'82-6ui Jai ksiin, Miss.
FOR SALE !
AN I'XCKI.l.rNT KAUM 'nn nml bjtll uillraol
Mu'llwn Hlutiiin, Mliaslfil. Cunlnlna minini
(Sierra Uswlrixl Ait.., 7iki . lcan'il, H 'l lmla-rfMl,
riijlii in btwt Mnta bsrrjf, Frolt nml VeenUMa
ilrilrici, on 1 nir:.o. ri. i.''iii. nwi .i;w .v....
Ratlnad, Can be ir.u.i.- A RISK BTOOK l'AUM;l
Iwn mrki im f UiniiiKli ll, tine cane inr wiiirniK
uliK'k ; 11 IWnatort frinii' KoUSS. I MOwM( all
aarr out linuara Inr 10 or '2 laUin-rs; live fine ri.-j
erna. Thr farm la aiiMvptliin1 n: irin nii nii 'i mm
Iwn (rnm, fi.ViaiTi each. ' r imrliculam, ai'iv m.
I.. K. Mi.iiUimin ry. Jr., Jii' l.wni; y. Ilnll, l'Jil.,1
Ci.nl. l uV ! riiniitv : Kiiunett I.. S:i":ut, or I..
I'. MonUnmicry, Sr., MailiMin Malmn, Mlw.
tiov.l, P2-.IU1.
Diseases of liie Tlaroat ami Lungs.
Ayer's
BE WAKE OF OtITATIOXS.
FOB BALB HY
W. A. WHITING,
JACKSON, MISS.
SMALL FABM FOE SALE-
tJiHITH OK vr.HNc 'N, MAIMW'N t onniy, wun.
i 1 liii nIH' til llaoi UbaJaeuon uml TaSM CSff H'tll-
rimd. I nil ui, iin zlii ivrea di iiinn, iwi eieami, aim
mi In 1, ml.. Daellina hmi'i'. hrv cal.ina nml Iwn
IsitfSS. 'l it tf jKT'.'.-t. TsmsnmCFIIbMn Hun
dred I)ollan.) For Infuriimllnfi adiliTM,
Ml&. BjSLSsJi 1 1. .1111.1,,
dee. l:i,'S2-4w. Jaeksnn, Mian.
AWU " sasa 1 t
as 1 l Vinn
there are thra. who, filled with envy
and hatred, would era her out of
existence, were it in their power. I . U.
M. Bro. (Jco. Thornhurgh.
She attended n ball-danced to a late
t errieated went home
Hour uecauic ... j
thinlv clad, in a cold, damp nigm
rauJl.t cold. Next day-headache-loss
of "Sidte-sliBht feve-dry sk n-pams
Z t;,etVpny-one bottle Dromo
oonle's EnalUh Female Bittrrt.
O risvnia 99
Tottgn on iiiiabi
Cures 5 cases for 25 cent, in j Dash or stamp-.
Mailed bv John Parham, Atlanta, Ua.
Bailey's Sause Afbbibmt is now rec
0Rnised as the best and cheapest and
8,u . A ...u.rtle in use. for the
rc X of Xadache, constipation,
Kburn, Kid stomach, dyspepsetc.
rmmwmwm faHHff
TUTTS
Is erajMOl of llerbulBiid Mueiintnous prod-u.-ta,whiouprmakt
tue subat.n or the
X.anRS, cipstorUs the acrid matUr
tliatcUeotlia tiiS Urouchml 'i'u,nnd fjirni!. a
snothluz coating, wUili relieves In. 1--ritatloa
that Oiiu.e tl.s congh. It eletti!
the lnnnrs of all I inpurltlc s, strength:-1
them when enfeebled by disease, invito :
a'ea tlis oireulaUon of tit blood, ami tzaeeatl.e
n.Tvmiasvatrra. BUglit colds often end Ir.
conaumptlon. It Is dnnKerons to neglect
tkem. Apply the remedy promptly. A
tatof twenty years warrants the awruon that
remedy has ever been found that Is as
liroinpt iiiiliieflecUnaTUTT'S EXPECTORABT,
A sincjl. dose raises the phlegm, milium i
bstinat ooutrh. pleasant cordial, chil
dren tahe It readllr. For Crosp It is
invaluable ahould ho in evsry family.
in !f.e. .an mi non"
CITY PKOFKKTY FOIt SALK.
rpiIK 1tN1M:tisk;m:i urrr:iui riiiiPAi.iwun
X lliaisu anil Uit, North .liii kw.ii, innalatlnifiif ITS
aenn of irrnund, wild milwtiintiitl l.uilUinira, (".sterna,
pasfiirnKf, Iran irea ami an aiiu irai ""-
enli nco anil roiniori. ........ . , .
TUBS , BianrlialrMi n. naasaiAiis,
staA.'St.
T:i iliHensmnf liK" I'lil
riinnirv urttjati ' ;l sa'
nml rellaWs rewml ia
timiWiatile. - KBB
Cbbbbv Prctokai. la
siirli it retnetly. aittl u
rMneraoetuiintutl) mer
its the eoudili-tK f
tlie pulilie. It in It sct-
rntine rombrnatlon ol
the ittetlit imil in iucl
lirH iumI curat ivp vir-
t lll'4 I if the lhn-m ilrxua.
cbvrnknlly Btivtad, '
BHehpotratolinra
.1... .-..,.... t ...i4'.il,ln
flt.tl enViritey and imiliirm-
DrrTADfll iivm resiiiiN. iiiiimi-
I CAj AVKi lii. aj the liiiiil.iii'Ht nt all
pultnonary diaases, aflordioR mint 1 linf
anil rapid cures, and ia mliipleil to ; 1 1 '
auvao or either Hex. HeiUR very Mntttblw.
tho VOttOMM children tilke it WaUlly. In
ordinary kughH, Colds, wrs Throttt,
HroiteftUls, litttttM-. Clergy m 11 n 'a
Sore Tltroitt, Axthiiirt, OrOUB, and a
tarrb, tlio bMM of AftB's CflBBBV I nc
toiiai. are uiitirtciil. ad iimltituiIeH n.e ao
nttallv picaetveil Ivoin MnHotM nioeas bj its
tiuwl'v ami faithful inc. It sbould be kept
at hand in everv hoiiteholil for liie pro
tection it affords in midden attack. Ir
WlioopliiK-coitgU and Coiiiiniptton
there M u other remedy so ffticttci'us,
southing, and helpful.
law nrleea are inducements to try some of
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and lueffective luaredients, now olleied,
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ran afford only lemttorary relief, and are
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reach of human aid.
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