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Remarkable Scene in the Hungarian Diet. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Kcnturkuble Scene in tbe Him guriun IHet, A curious story was told in the Hungm-m,, Diet by M. Holionessy, the deputy who three weeks ago fired at a student who insulted him in thr lobby. The STA.vnAKn's corres pondent says ?, « In the course of an apolo-y for his conduct M, Rolioncry told the House that several years ago some defalcations were detected, and he, believing that M. Tisza was concerned in them, went fiist to the Premier's house, and then, being still of the same mind; to the Royal Castle, to demand an immediate audience with the King. He was refused admittance, the aide-do-camp telling him he was out of his mind. There upon be hastened back to M. Tisza's resi dence, and, finding him alone drew a revolver pointed it the Premier, and cried, ' I will shoot you, and then myself !' M. Tism looked him calmly in tlie face, and answered, 'Fire if you believe me to be a scoundrel.' * That disarmed me,' said M, Rolioncry, to the asto nished House, ' and since then I have been so...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Cricket Match at Araluen. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Cricket Match at Araincn. (FROM A COnOESrOXDEN'T). A cricket match was played at Araluen ou hatur day between the Beidsdale and Aralueu Clubs, which resulted in a victory for the local team with six wickets to spare. This match was of more than ftm:«rg^n'6y^13.JlH^l^^' i&ifSdTs strove hard for victory, this being the last match of the season and the third time these two teams have been opposed to eacli other this sens .11, and each having won ouce this was looked upon us the con queror. Reidsdsile went first to the wickets and matlu 58. Araluen then followed, making 03. In liio 2nd innings RcMsdale were less fortunate, only scoring 2!), thus having the Araluen club men 17 t:i get to win, but owitig to the spledid bowling of Gillig.in iinil liivrrett thu inquired number was not obtained until 4 wickcls had fallen. Mr. Smith wins the bit with a score of 25, Messrs JTyndes and Feeuey running him very close with 21 utid 20 res pectively. The bull goes to Mr. Skchaii with an aver...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Fusion of the Legal Profession. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

I'lH' Fusion of the IiC£s»I Profes sion, Lord Coleridge thinks that the fusion of the two branches of legal profession is only I a question of time. It is curious that tlie j large minority of tlie profession think other j wise — or at any rate believe it to be undesir i able from every point of view. Nevertheless, I the opinion of a Chief Justice means a good ; deal. We regret that the noble lord should I not have had more inviting fare to lav before I the law students of Birmingham. He might have given them golden visions of reform. Instead of retrospect, we might have had prophecy— instead of regrets for tlie dis appearance of the social side of curcuit life, promises that circuit business shall be well none wjnist .London business is well done also ; and, combined with joy over dead plead ing and abuses in the law of evidence, re joicing over the fact that it is given to Lord Coleridge to carry into practical effect any scheme which he may approve for removing all grounds of com...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Unique Criminal Feat. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

A Uuiquc €riuiiual Vent. Some time between midnight of Saturday and Sunday morning (the Melbourne Tele yrajih stsites) there was undertaken, at the Victoria-hall, Bourke-street (w)iere Mr, Frank Clark's novelty troupe are perform ing) a unique criminal feat. After the per formance the plnce wsis closed as usual by John Wharton, the caretaker who applied all the customary locks and bars to nil the doors except those of the office, which is just behind the gallery at the opposite end of the hall to where the stage is situated. The office wns locked up by Mr. Ashton (Mr. Clark's manager) after lie had placed in the iron safe £100 in notes, gold, and silver, part wi 1111. uinuii;.! iij. liiiu x^ 1 I'liii'f^} nun ui- u 1 1,1 ^r valuable bi-east pins belonging to Mr. Chirk. One door of the office opens on the gallery before mentioned, and this was locked on the inside, the key being left in the lock. The other door (by which Mr. Ashton left) opens into the upstairs bar. When Mr. Ashton le...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Parliaiacntary When the Legislative Assembly met on Tuesday ;he Speaker announced that his Excellency^ had isseutcd in the name of her Majesty to the North Shore Drainage Bill and the Church of England Property Trust Bill. The 11 questions ou the notice-paper were asked and answered. Mr. A. Brown brought in a bill to prohibit the publication of proceedings in courts of law of an Dbscene or indecent natare. Mr. Dibbs put anues tion to the Postmaster-General as to whether cer teitt letters addressed to Mr. Dcasy, II. P., had beeu opened before delivery to that gentleman. Mr. O'Connor admitted that one letter addressed to Mr. Beasy had been opened in the colony, but OV WlJUin IIC CUU1U UUU caj. n, nwjv wv»»«.»»*.e inquiry would be made, Mr. Chanter asked the Colonial Secretary when he would give him the opportunity to go on with his motion for a select committee to inquiry iuto the conduct of Judge Wiudeyer. Sir Henry Parkes replied that he was not satisfied that the appointment of a s...

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The Beginning of a Millionaire's Fortune. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

The Beginuing of a Millionaire's Fortune. The late Mr. John Rylands, of Manchester, would often humorously imrmte the history of his first bnrgain. One tiny, soon after he had left school, in passing through a street of St Helens, his eye was caught by an auction, oer's placard announcing the 'sale of the stock-in-trade belonging to the father of one of his schoolfellows. He went in to see what was going on ; and, as he ii*d saved u little pocket-money, he bid for ob| o£ tlie lots, a drawer full of trinkets, whi.li was knocked down to him at a low price, u'liese, on reach ing home, he found to consrst of different pieces of jewellery, much tarnished raid cor roded. He pulled tliem to pieces, cleaned and polished them, and sold them separately, rea lising a good profit. A former nurse of Mrs, Itylands heard of the lad's successful purchase, and being herself and her family very handy nt the loom, said to him, ' Supposing, Master John, you spent this money in a little yarn, and let us...

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A Clerical Abductor. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

A Clerical Abductor. Tho Rev. JimiGs Evans, curate of » parish tt the East End of London, surrendered to take his trial at tlie same sessions for unlaw fully taking a young girl named Jane Lane, under 16 years of age, from the custody of her master for. inunoml ? purposes. He was iilso charged with having unlawful intercourse witli her, she being under 10 years of age. TJie facts of the case wore of rather an extra ordinary character. The defendant was 11 married man, performing clerical duty jvtthe east end of tho town, and the girl was a domestic servant with a respectable family iu the same locality. On the evening of Boxing Day the prisoner appeared to have met a girl, entered into conversation with her, and found out where site lived. The intimacy ap peared to have continued to February 7, on which day the girl had a holiday ; and by appointment she mot the accused, and they went to the theatre together, and after the performance they went to a coffee-house in the neighborhood ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Extraordinary Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Extraordinary Slimier. A murder case, in which the .accused per sons — union and woman — a re deaf and dumb was concluded on April 9 before the Orleans Assize Court. The woman, Henrietta S.ivig imi, Wi«i ninrried to a shoemaker, who, like herself, wiis bereft of the faculties of speecli nndhenring. Her husband wasconsierably her .senior iu yatrs, and, moreover, was ef intem perate habits. Frequent quarrels took place between the couple from time to time, und these domestic squabbles were rendered nioi-e violent after the shoemaker had discovered that his wife was guilty of misconduct with a man named Slatlueu, who hud been a com panion of his iu tlie Institution for Deaf and Dumb at Orleans. One night, when Savig nat returned home drunk from a tavern, he found his wife with Matuieu, and he feebly remonstrated with signs, but whs knocked down by his rival with 11 mallet., while Savig »iit was fainting on the floor of the room Miithieu, aided by the woman, beat out the drunkard's brui...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? -* ? Holloway's Pills, — Changes of temperature aud weather frequently upset persons who ai« most careful of their health, and particular in tlieir diet. These corrective, purifying, aud gentle aperient. Pills are the best remedy for aU defective action of the digestive organs. They augment the appetite, strengthen tlie stomach, correct biliousness, aud carry oft' nil that is noxious for the system. Unllo way 6 I'ille are composed of rare balsams, unmixed with baser matter, and ou that uccomit tire pe culiarly well adapted for the young, delicate anil aced. As this ueerless medicine baa mimed fame in the past, so will it preserve it in the future by its reuovatiug aud invigorating (jn.ilitius, ami the im possibility of its doing harm. — Adv. A monster meeting of over 2000 men and women ami children was held in Adelaide on Wednesday morning in connection with the stiikc at the Moonta mines. The Victoriau delegates counselled modera tion aud patience. The gathering qui...

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The Prince of Wales as a Sportsman. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Ti»c Prince of Wnlcs as u .Sportsman. The new volunR of the Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes, issued by Messrs. Longmans mid Co., is entitled 'Driving.' The editor, the Duke of Beaufoit, in dedi cating the \s-ork to the Prince of Wales, canng them to one of the best and keenest sportsmen of our time, I can say, from per sonal observation, that there is no man wjio can extricate himself from a bustling .iik( pushing crowd «f horsemen, when a fox breaks rrtiwK nioii* ilpYfr^rniiKlv mid nnii-Vlv Hum his Royal Highness, and that when hounds run hard over a big country no man can take «? line of his own and Jis'e with them better, Also when tlie wind has been blowing hard, ♦ften have, I seen his Roya\ Highness knock ing over driven grouse and partridges and high-rocketing pheasants in first-rate ?workman-like style. He is held to 1 e a good yachtsman, and as commodore of tlie It oval Yacht Squadron is looked up to by those wlio love thnt plaisant and exhilarating pastime. His enc...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Weekly Calendar. « , t «? i,i Ways of Su» Sl1' )Mo011!i Itoysofthe^cek Mmltlu Ris(!S Scls. Age Wkdxksimv ? May 22 6 51 fl 1 23 TinntsiiAY ? „ 23 0 52 3 ) 24 Frioav ? „ 24 0 53 .5 (I 25 Satoruay ? „ 25 «53 S 0 20 SrsiiAV ? , 20 CM » 0 27 Mondav ? „ 27 0 B3 I 4 .'»-) 28 Tcksday ? ' „ 28 0 .r)3 4 39 2!) i MOON'S I'HASK. ? Kuw-Moon May 30, at 3.24 a.m. .....'The Braidwood Dispatch. . . Slrenui el I'romjinn'. SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

and Elegant designs Itltl SSELS €AItl»ET.S, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indiau Carpets, Turkey Carets, Kensington Squares, and Tapestry Carpets. t We invite attention to those about to fur- -*- uish or renew tlicir carpets to our unrivalled c' stock of these goods. Hie styles are new, 8* rich, elegant, anil distinctive, and suitable '' for Drawing-rooms, .Sitting-rooms, Pining -*? rooms, lteil-rooms, Landings, Staira. ' We import only the best qualities, and our J\ pikes arc no higher tliau those quoted else- ?'' where for inferior makes. ' Hugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Mattings }v in great variety. ' j' l'.ittenis, with prices and full particulars, '? sent post free on application. Y* We have a large stock of Art, Cabinet Mid -*' I .'plmlntory furniture always on band, and '* w« can make to any design if required. 1' Itavid Join's sind Coin»»njr, '' CAKPET, FLOORCLOTH AND ART A Furniture Warehouse. 5 0|M''Kll-e the -icncral Post Office, V lirXMlUE STREET, SYDNEY. ™ GRATEFUL— COMFORTING...

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Queen's Birthday in Braidwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Queen's Birthday iu Braidwood. The 'Oth anniversary of the uatal day of her gracious Majesty Quce'n Victoria was celebrated in Braidwooil by a dnys sports in the racecourse paddock under the auspices of Amateur Athletic Club. The attendance was not as large as would have been the csisc had there uot been coun ter attractions in other paries of the district, the athletic sports at Little Riv r especially drawing away large numbers who would otherwise have conic to Braidwood, while the rifle matches at the butts also materially reduced the attendance on the racecourse. The sports did not commence until after lunch, aud the programme uemg a large one there was very little time allowed to elapse between the different events, Mr. G. Bow-loud, of the Willow Tree Inn, bad both the gate and the publican's broths, and Mrs. Edwards the refreshment stall. Thedutics of starter were ably and satisfactorily filled by Mr. E. M. Royds, while Mr. Wallace, was judge. AH the other officials carried ou...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Mutual Improvement Society. — The usual ?weekly meeting of the members of this Society was held in the Reading Boom of the Wterary Insti tute ou Thursday evening last, Mr. A. J. Kil gour, the vice-president of the Society, occupied the chair. The attendance was vathec smaller Jthan usual, but to make up for the paucity of num bers there was greater interest manifested in the proceedings. Recitations wore given by Messrs. T. G. Musgrave, Smith, P. Mahcr aud Wren and a dialogue by Messrs Cobb and Taylor. We noticed with pleasure the healthy tone of the criticisms, all the sneakers while dealing uuspariugly with any mistakes yet did so in language that could give no offence or cause the slightest annoyance to the reciters. The business for next Thursday uight will be a debate on a motion of which Mr. Sindel has giveu notice, viz,, 'That universal suffrage is vicious and wicked policy.' Mr. Kil gour will lead the opposition. Paeisu Road. — The opening of the undermen tioned ...

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Original Poetry. THE FIEND OF THE FOREST FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Original Poetry. THE FIE.VD OF TH12 FOREST FIRE. Straight down from the heavens of brass, j In tlic glare and the gleam of its ray, ' The sun seemed to scorch up the grass j -Anil to wither the waters -uvay ; Kvcn Imck iu t\w desolate hilU Xo sign of a moisture was left, High mountains had weaned nil the rills Till gorges mid glens were bereft ; Kar back in the belt of the brush ISold dingoes were drinking the blood Of the cattle knocked down in the crush For the hole that was miry with mud. High smoke from the hills mid the haze, Of the hent in the hell of it« glare, Enveloped the »uu till it* vnys 3-o»ked red in the glass of the air. Then famine and fuvcr and worse Soon ran in n riot abroad, l''or a -ietid uune -low» like 11 curse Thut was sent by the hand of the Lord. Three days did the pall of a smoke Drift forth in its -larkness so illre, Till the blaze o'er each barrier broke To follow the fiend of the fire. I'i-oiii the far away rills of the north, Right down to the range of ...

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BEALE AND COMPANY. 482 and 484, GEORGE-ST., SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

BEALE AND COMPANY, 4S2 and 4SJ, (J KOIt( J i:.s T. , syiJNJ'.V, We have orwtol new S|i,,ivh..iii^. Olii.-c .«, and Waielioiisi's. at \,,. -vL- „,,,) -s) -ieorj;e.«ticet, Sy.liiev, ,vy.»U-. nwml Jlarkels, ai»l Mail' t*- f.|,,. |:,iVil) Ar.-a.le. ili«)i(J HIV tlie |niiiii-i ii|)iuiii..|viii1 biyilljir'S i» the isity. .ili'l can U- o/.,.n iVom all p:,,.i4 of tlie .ity ii«i( mljViut miI.i.iI*.. VltK H.OHroM.uj ,,iu fj,,. |;,:-u-,.s, IH),| ,i1M^, ;„ ,.,,„ t-oiitheiii IlemUph.-i-... f.,r t!i- dm- .(i^l.i.ii of tl.e spleiidid ll»pBl«|r- l'|;,.|..t. ||aVl|;, Oi-l'iiiis. and llcale I'atum s.-w iwj M.i.-i.li,.,. All goods may be lia.l upon ,.luy ,\IH,.. paynicnt. -ir tor ea^li lcs« iIiivh. ^l.il'iin ..« j,, Ihf iMiimd, fie. r1^1^'''1 !'iux'-ll'ts' '''' m''M,').-s No iiiallt-r ifhi-ii! you )h l-. we will tujii.ly yo» with « J'iano, -),?..-«„. Ilai-,,,.,,,!.!,,? feeing ,M,u|.ii.e, .!r \.iwliini; Wm-),},,/ tfpmi uik}.' tfiHp-Tv,yillPiit. iJljiiwrfny »ii.| !m-.Jf,.,. --t-y.n-rli.-tft V.tf Buutli ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

WANTED, A BOY dtouce as apprentice to the Printing, Apply at this office. WANTED, HORSE or BULLOCK TEAMS for drawing ironstone. Quarry about five miles from Mine. Apply MANAGFB KOHI NOOR MIKE, Captains Flat. \XTANTED, a MARRIED COUPLE without '^ much incumbmnue. Apply to JAMES 3'BRIEN, BeUevuc. i enaers. rnENDERS arc invited for ONE MILE of TWO L BAIL SPLIT FENCE on the Clyde Rood.' For particulars apply to the undersigned. ROBERT MADDRELL, Bedervole. May 10th, 1889. Impoundings. BRAIDWOOD.— Impounded at Braidwood ou 23rd day of May from enclosed land, Braid wood, by order of Inspector Hitch, Esq., White and Red Spotted Steer, yearling, both ears slit, no visible brand. Expenses to date, 3s. If Jiot released will he sold at this Pound ou the 13th day of June. W. SHARPE, Poundkeeper. Coursing. A LL PERSONS desirous of FORMING A J\. COURSING CLVB IN BRAIDWOOD will please meet at Murphy's Commercial Hotel ou TUESDAY NEXT, at 8 p.m. W. LEWIS, See. j-ro tern. Assessment on Stock. C-TOCKO...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Houicbiish Fat Stock Sales. Cattle— Eight hlMilnul andfifiy-two were yarded on Tuesday. The market opened quickly and during tlie progress of sates made very little recovery, prices ruling 10s per head lower. Sales were 10 bullocks, \V. Carpenter, L,8 Gb, Coonia ; 100 bul locks, H. Dunn, L0 17s 4d, Braidwood Paddocks ; 73 bullocks, southern agents, L8, Uundagai; 15 eo«-B, Southern ngents, L5 9s 0d, Gundagai ; 10 bullocks, H. Ross, LC, Glcncoo ; 36 bullocks, 3. Chinncry, LO 2s Cd, Tarago ; 22 bullocks, R. S. Rowe, L6 fls, Goulbum -. 44 bullocks, \V. liccgUng Lfl*l5s 4d, Goulbum ; 62 bullocks, F. 1'. Morris, L7 4s 3d, (?oiilburn. Messrs. Harrison. Jones am Devlin sold 44 bullocks, T. Kelly, L5 13s Sd, Goul burn, IS bullocks J, Lockey.LO 19s0d, Autermcre; 10 cows, P. H. Osborne, L7, CuiTcndooley, Siiecp.— Eight thousand three bundreA and four teen were penned, aud notwithstanding the short supply prices were lower. There was a small at. tendance of buyers and sales were difficult to ef...

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[?]EALE [?] OUR NEW SHOW ROOMS AND HEAD [?] 482 & 484 Goorge-st., Sydney. A RADICAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

^ SSALS ftCU/J .»:..; , ? I Of)t m:w siiowkihims asi- iu:.\i« oiticis 482 & 484 Goorgc-sL, Sydney. a KAMi'Ai. ui:i-ui:m. ?'Oh, 1 feel w M«i«1:ivWi :' i'M-hiiiiis i!ie linnxmimthcr al her bit-liltfaM labl.- in t!ie Monday in..ini,i-. .Mll,....-i. th-: :.)«».? r.b surd aifjivtivi1 i« nor m lie found in i ti* - dic tionary, yet eiciy \niiuiu «ell ku.ivv.- il» muiiiiiiij; wlifi^lii-Utks f«.i'«i,i.l »..ihi!r.-.-iii. in£. Hti-ainiir.!. \»-ili«s:.i--ili-i^.iiiii|iri- .u-viiis. hateful i washing d.i.v'. T!,.. h.M.s,- i, riiionn out of joint, other w erkly dntii-s aiv. as tar as possible, set im'.Ii-. tlie uliildivn kiMit out Of tll« W. U »M diu«,M fur llK-.fillMilv. »l|.t a Wiiiln rive]itii-ii fi-r nnytnii- who intrudes to wa»U' time and to piol'oii^ tlie .i^ony. Hapjl.V. inder.]. is !)„? li.une ull.'ie ''«;t-ll- ing day* ? is .« tiling of I lie just. Kwr) t.usy, lwrd-picsted imitlier kuous tlie wivtclKd »VS!- and Juiviii wliuii ilie )m-.-nil \\ asliiic ' day brin^j down upon tlie h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

£50 REWARD £50 EBAUP & DEgglT. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of iny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottlas, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label— a Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S AMERICAN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), HOPS, HVCIIU, MANUUAKK. BANUELIOX. And the Plbbbt asd B«st M«oic*l Quunlior ALL OTIHK BlITBBB. OfjaES'V CtTBE All Diseases of the Stomach. Bo«el», Blood, liter, KMiSvTond Urinary Organs, Nervousness. Sleeplws. iicm. Female Complaints and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! o! testimonials o! the most wonderful cares, volun tiritv sent us we do not publish them, M they do not Sc tl'e cure. U la our medlelue, Dr. Soul* America' Hop Bitten, that ma...

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