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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY. AUGUST 18. 1874. 5 Sunday: all thin may be talaed r,bout, but the real thin can not be. understood from the oatHide, nor 10 force and Krindina r.poa the nervous system. God knows that I have put more thought and judgment and eruest desire in ray efforts to prepare a way for Theodore and Uizbeth than ever 1 did tor m yself, a hundred fold. As to the outside publ'.o 1 hare never lost an opportunity to rein e Tprudtces, to refute falsehoods, and toexcifaakindly feeliug tmonj all whom 1 met. 1'üu thrown among clergymen and pnblis Vuen, and I have used every natura', endeavor to repair the evils whloh h. re been vlsiwd upon T.; increasing w.cces. Bat the roots of this prejudice are he catast ofh which P'Pitrtfi Rim tmm r la nlara and only disclosed the feel- lng r- . . v.ctt Kor tia nnr wfcicp. had exwiw. ' .u"" r:;: you can he aware or tne leeim- " ik..nn.rf.ihit the late rumors. I men tion this to explain why I knew with ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY . that no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY AUGUST 18 1874. G THK WEDDING OK SIION MACLEAN. A BAGPIPE MIXOTIT, ROM TU K OA EMC BY I'.OBEUT ULCHANAN. Gentleman's Magazine. At the wedding of Slion Maclean, Twenty piper together Came In the wind and the rain flaying over tne heather; Riciward their ribbons flew, Ilravely they strutted and blew, llch clad in tartan uew, Bonnet and blackcock feather; And every piper was fa'. Twenty pipers toyetlierl II V bat a Sassenach Mind and vain Who never heard of Mion Maclean The duke's own piper, called "tshon the Fair, Krotu bis freckled kin and fiery hair. Fa' her and son, since ihe world's creation. The Mach-an' bad follownl this occupation. And played the pibnjch to tire the clan Mnce the nnt duke came and the earth T-egnn. Like the whistling of bird, like the humming of les, I.Ike the souh of the south wind in the trees. Like the hinging of anel, the playing of BLawu a. Like ocean itself with its storm and it rain:. Were the pipes of Shon, when he st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY AUGUST IS, 1874. THE IAST SAD BITES. THE INDEPENDENT SUCKLING TOO IJTT1XE GRANGER PAP. IT 13 SIEZ ED WITH A VIOLENT ATTACK OF "NO PARTTLStf COLIC" AND IS LAID OCT ITS MOST FBOMINENT ORANGER PHYSICIAN 'SniPPKD" TUB PALL BEARERS AFPOINTED TUB FUNERAL ORATION AND TUE CLOSING WENKS. Yesterday was a day fraught with surprises and griefs to many of the adopted parents of the independent (granger) offspring. For sometime past there have been indications ol s congestive attack, owing, as is supposed, to the meager amouut ol granger pap administered. It waa whispered also that one of its attendant physicians bad acted as an accoucheur at the birth of the damocratic offspring, and would in con9equfnce be dismissed. These rumors were, a after events show, only too well vcrfied. There was not the crowding and confusion incident to great assemblies. The air was unusually still as though importing disaster. At half past 10 o'clock the mas-sos were represented b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1874, 8 E Y GOODS Onr stock of Dry oods, Millinery nd NoUons for spring and summer is now very full ami "omplet-e. The purchase were made vy wr. . - - ., i i ar V Ork the ntire Reason and buys only when the goods are . Jm A wa1 ADB Q fil lhert?htktn4 and quality, 4 , J tX, ihvnf lowest thai cju-h can obtain, lo inrmirstuid mrrhanlni we can offer the l.et aooas in Um market at price an low is any: hou the west, and thai very few bon-eu can duplicate. Come and see foryonrself. L S, AYRES & CO., Trade Palace Indianapolis. I'KXTAl'R MSIMESTO Allay pains, subdue swellings, heal bnrna. and will cure rhenmatism, spavin, and any esh, bone or muscle aliment. ThtWhite Wrapper is for family use, - the Yellow Wrapper for animal Price 0 cents ; large bottles, f l. 'i.ifiiM far Cant or la. Pleasant to tr. i- .rr.vt -lhHk: it u t for C'Kfltor Oil. but more cfT 'iacion3 in regulating tbe etouiach and nowtl. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. GENERAL MAll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 August 1874

lie 117 Jp't III Ä w 1 r VOL. XXIV NO. 3 BROKEN LOOSE AGAIN. MOULtON'3 LONG STATEMENT Ha Saya that Beechor Him. Confessed to ." CONCLUSION OF THE SERIAL. mis. tilto'n'j dsniai. ' op theodoris'k KMoaMines tiltos wevkr knew that ' BBKCUE HELPED niM-THH INSAVOKT VfrLÄKS"!- END OF TUB CHATTER. Nww York, Abt. 21-Tto isnily Kvenlss , Orapftto farnisb.es in advene -of publication 1 the proof f-heots of thn comprtte statement of I Krank T. Monlton. . From this voluminous iocumevit the most Interesting letters ami statemeats tre given below. Mr. Moulton preface til statement with t ha following card: To the Fuhne: ; ; i 1 became a rrty alrnost ccldentallv In tb tmhsrppy con:rovetsy between Mr. BeocbrmirJ Mr. Tilt n. ibai been a friend of Mr. Tlltn ttincemy b-r.hood, and lor Mr. Beccher I bnu nlwysentiainlthe warmest admiration. In 1ST 1 l-riwd for tho first lime that Mr. Beedier bad given Mr. Tilioa so grave a eause t ofl'D that, if the truth. should bo ntade ' public a (treat ualiora 1 cala...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 August 1874

THE .INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, AUGUST 25V -1874. A DOUBLE TRAGEDY. THE BETRAYER AND BETRAYED. Fleeing rom the Finito to the Infinite. A SAD FINALE TO A BRIGHT LIFE. AN O'UR TRUE TALE. SUICIDE OF MISS FLORA HARDING HEU FATHER SHOOTS AND WOUNDS MR. SOL. MORITZ, HEB ALLEOKD 8EDCCEK TO E DYING GIRL'S CONFESSION THE STATEMENT OF THE ATTENDING PHYSICIAN THAT OF MH. MORITZ URIKF BIOGRAPHIES OF THfc rHOMINKNT ACTORS IN THE TRAGEDY. Like the lightning's bolt from a clear sky, fell the news of a domestic tragedy Thursday, that startled the community end Pent both a thrill of horror and doom into every heart. A little after 1:30 o'clock the report that George C. Harding, the well-known editor of the Herald, had shot Mr. Sol. Moritz, was circulated, and spread like will-tiro through the city. Groups ot excited men strwxl at every street corner, gathered at tho newspaper offices, and discussed the all alsorlie topic. Rumor, at first, ran wild, and evert feature ot the event was exaggerated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 August 1874

THE INPIAtfA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. AUGUST 25. 1874 : X . '4 i EXPOSITION ECKOES. THE EXPOSITION ENTHUSIASM. MEETTNa OF CITIZENS AT THK BOARD OF TRADE BOOM COMMITTEES APFOISTKD. In response to the cill of the citizens committee on expasition, a large number of business men assembled in the Board of Trade room Tuesday night. The object of tbe meeting Is sufficiently set forth in the speeches which follow. On motion of Judge Martindale, Thomas Kinan was elected chairman. Mr. II. McCoy was chosen secretary. Mr. Kinfran stated that the tyfcct of the meeting was for the purpose of furthering the interests of their exposition, and to bring the subject before the people and give them new lite. Judge Martindale said that the facts were substantially set forth in the circular. While the cities around" us have been building up a splendid exposition, oar people have done very little. There are causes for it, and you know pretty Ii what thev are. There is a disposition on the part of the pcorl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TO JESDAY AUGUST 25 1874. TTJE8DAY. -AUGUST 25. Tbe U ard I ng Tragedy. 1 to needle to cnU attention to ibo raooruful story told in the coluncs of this morMlog's SentlneL No occurrence has io . thrilled the community ior years, and Certainly no snre painful duty haa ever devolved upon tbe Journalists of Indianapolis than the task of recording the death of Flora Hardin? and the revenge taken by ber father fbr her ruin. In the few words of editorial comment which it will be necessary to make on this tragedy, no particnlar description of the actors in ,lie drama is ceceary. Georgo Ilarjing is well known throughout the Yil fin or,o of the most brilliant members of tbo editorial pro fosslon, and yet a man bo ha? liovor accomplished a tithe of wht lay within the aoope of bis abilities personally a peenliar and powerlul man,pir:ial and jtrs'.sterft in bis friendships, inveterate H his hatreds professionally a rec-kloss cynic. His daughter was just the kiud of a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY. AUGUST -5. 1874. that I mut have an interview to-morrow, jdnre 1 tn to speak to-morrow evening : at tenwnyha.!,andbatl shall or ball not wy will defend lararely npon the result of the interviw. Tlii letter occasioned Tllton much anxiety, lest Mrs. Woodhuli, in proceeding against J,' and hH sisters, woald thereby involve Mr?, niton. Accordingly., knowing that Eeecher and VI WnnMhnll I r hftVA All laUrVMW St mV house next day, be came to it aninvi, and , ora;wl Heeener to presiue uu j"",,1"" VL! Wtlnwuy Hall. After Mrs. W. left Tilton refated hU nnreny to Keechrr. m that evening 1 went to HTeiu way Hall with Tilton. and flnoing no one there to preside. Tllton voluoteeml to preside himself, which. I believe, bad the effect of preventing Woodhnli s proposed attack on tbe Bcesher family at that time On the Orth of December, 1871. Mr. Woodnuii rim sent letter to lieecher desiring he would (.peak at the woraaa' suffrage Convention in Via -inrrton.tobehe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 August 1874

THE INDIANA1 STATE SENTINEL; T UESDAY AUGUST 25 1874. - ORANGE, GREEN AND GRAY. : ,AIDRISSED TOTHE CUX-SA-AEt. Gl'ARM OF CHICAGO A"B THE I'MTED STATHS. " What rank are those that proudly march 1 Beneath the summer sun? .Have they, with victor rridj, re.ura a From home brave battle won? And why thase graceful colors three,That shine in their array? For eWlom, sure, are blent as one The Orange, ijreen and Gray. lint yet have battle-breezes fanned ; "V The plumage on their crest", But well we know that gallant hearts Are beatinx in their breast; -And oh what deeds for Irish laud - . : tVould not those ranks es)ay, J Could they but iani, on Irish ground,? Their Orange, Green and Gray! Too long, alas! our father' feuds Lit Iierce and factious names; . While Ireland wept, they madly ought For "William" or for "James." To-day we spurn each biot vile That foster Euttsn sway; True Irish all, we'll stand or tall 'Neath Orange, Green and Gray. Young comrades of the Clan-na-Gael ! God bless the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 August 1874

7 TUE OLD STATE RO A.D. BY EES J AMIS F. TAYLOR. IScribner'a Monthly. . Cut through tue green wilderness down to the StrSghfover the hills by the route of the off CbUck as the bird, where the hemlocks abound, . ... Then through the dim pines, hall as white as the snow. By cataract's track sunk away to the gulf That yawned grim and dark as the mouth of a wol ITp hill and down dale like the trail of a brave, From the Mohawk's wet marge to Ontario s Whence world was in forest, the hamlet In Ran tae atormy State road where old Benjamin drove. THE OLD STACE. The rude ruzsed bridges all crawled at the St8'"C " The rough rolling ridges all gave it a lift ; You read off the route like a line on a page. Then dropped out of day into twilight ac.d rift Through" the sloughs of October it heavily Andlurched like a ship that is mounting a O'er rattling macadams of torrents untold, s'ow in silence and Band midway up to the knee, ,, . It visioned the night with its yellow-eyed 1 1 rn r Like crratur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,; TlfESDAY- AUGUST 25.?1874. B J B V GOODS OomtocK or Dry Good, Millinery and Notious Jbr spring nd umra is now very full and twmpte e. The purchase were made by Mr. Ayre In person, who remains In New l r K " nUr uton and bays only when the Rood re toe r1:zit kind and quality, and the price r tbe vtrv lowest thai cash can obtain. To tarrnrmni mechanics we can offer the I est goods inthnmarWei at prices as low aa any house in tne west, and thao very few houses can dnpllaaa. Corao and see for yourself. L S. AYRES Sl CO., Trade Palace. Indianapolis. t'EXTAUB LIS 1 91 EST Allay pains, subdu Wellings, heal barns, and will cere rheumatism, spavin, and any ßeslu bone or muscle ailment. ThV White Wrapper is for family use, the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cento; large bottles, CI. Cbildrrn ery for 'torli. Pleasant to take a perfect substitute for Castor Oil. but more eft sacious In regulatiug U.e stomach and bowels. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. JIENERAIi MARKET KK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 September 1874

VOL. XXIV-NO. 4. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 3874. WHOLE DUMBER 1.7(4 HERE'S WHITEWASH. IT IS NICELY: LAID ON. And Reflects Credit on the'Artists REPORT- OF THE COMMITTEE. The Finding is that Beecher Did Anything- Wrong. Never A CLEAN CAKD. KE.Di;n:so of the report -toe members OP THE COMMITTEE ALLEGE THAT IT IS ALL A VII.E CONSPIRACY AND "WISH SEECH KR HAD RENT FOR A POLICEMAN AT FIRST THE TRACK OF THK WILY SHEARMAN Is PLAIN. Ni.w York, Ao?. 28. The following Is the rtiort of the Plymouth Churci investigating omniitiee read at the church meeting to-night: To the Examining Committee of Plymouth I'hurcn: Dkap. Ebetiiren: The pastor of Plymouth Church, the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, ad dressed to us a letter on June 27, ls7l, of which the following Is a copy : Brooklyn, June 27, 1S7I. Gf.nti.kmex: In th present state of put He leeung i owe n to ray menus ana to ine t-uurcn and society over which I am the pastor to have tome propar investigation made of the rumors, i asinu Jiions...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1874. THE STATE CONVENTIONS. OHIO DEMOCRATS. 2OMrNATIONS AND THE PLATFORM WILLIAM ALLEN CHEEKED AS THE NEXT PRESIDENT. Columbus, O., Ans.25.-The Democratic State Convention to-day nominated the foUowlng ticket: For Secretary of State, William Bell, of Licking; for School Commissioner, C. S. Smart, of Pickaway; for J adze of the Supreme Conrt, W. J. itlraore; for Clerk of the S.i pre me Court Arnold üwn.ol Curaljoga: for Member of the Board of Public Works, Martin Schiller, of Ä Darin the convention Uov. Allen made iisuort pph.ereatio great enthusiasm, and at the close was fciven three cheers as the next president of the United States. THE PLATFORM. The convention adopted tue following platfo m with great unanimity : Resolved, That the democratic of party Ohio adheres to its ant lent principles of securing equal rights and exact Justice to all men and to all the States and communities of the American peopleof rnalntainlog irn independe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL." TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER!. 3874. A rAL OF BELLS. BY CHRISTIAN ROSSETTI. Strike the bells wantonly, Tinkle, tiukle well; Erlng we wine, bring me flowers, fling the silver bell. All my lamps born scented oil, linng on laden orange tree. Whose Bhadowed foliage Is the foil To golden lams and orange. Heap my golden plates with fruit . 4olden fluit, freh plucked and ripe: Strike the bells and breathe the pipe. Shutout shöwers from summer hours; silence that complaining lute: Shut out thinking, shut oat pain. From hours that can not come again. ( Strike the bells solemnly, lHng dongdeep; M v frit nd is passing to his bed, Kast asleep; . . , . . "There's pleated linen round his head, While foremost go his feet His feet that can not carry him; jjy feast's a show, my lights are dim; f Be still; your music is not sweetThere is no music more for him; ills lights are out, his feast is done ; 1IW bowl that sparkled to the brim Is drained, is broken, cannot hold. .My blood I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. -TUESDAY SEPTEMBER,!. -1874. ., TVESDAY, SEPTEMBER I. . . The movement in preparation for the Imposition are now rapid art. well directed The people no sooner became aware ot the ir-ütv for exertion than thev shook off their apathy and went to work in earnest. In their endeavor to sevure a great Expos! tlon, the managers had bent all their ener jpes to arousiDg tho attention ot the rest of Tb Ut, and had forgotten the fact that the city ttself was more essential to the progress of the affair than any other local ity, Tney have at last realired that fact, and called our people to their assistance. The nswer has been such as to givo them abundanr of assurance for the success of the com ing Exposition. m ' The democrats of Missouri have made a various platform financially considered. Tbe7 Droc4aim in the first place that the 5-20 bonds should bo payable in green backs, and that the act of March 18, 1S6D, making them payable in coin was a usurpation of power ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 September 1874

( i v THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEETÖnER 1?, lfr-1." 3 1. I ' 7 THE INDIANS. ! A CAMPAIGN PLANSED AOAIS.vr TIIK SOCl llW ESTEN IH DI ASS TWO THOUSAND MES IN THB MELD OUTRAGES OF THE VARIOUS HOSTILE TRIBES. , i . . ' j The special correspondent of the Chicago Tribune, -writing from Col, ilileV expedition at Fort Supply, I. T.t elves thefullowing important information . connected with the Indian hostilities In the Southweät: Tbe campaign now being prosecuted against the Indians of tbe Southwest promise to be tho most complete of character, and fertile of re sults ever undertaken by the war depart meat, which, for once, is unfettered . in lis aaiinM with the savazes. The causes of the outbreak are sufficiently well-known to most reader in a general way. Late in June, the Cheyennes, Comanches and Klowas.beld . ttuär tnimil neat medicine feast, which wa nn AToention to tbe eeneral rule ofi Indian Catherines, in so far as concerned the discussion of the questin, to be or not to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1874. 6 SMOKINO SPIRITUALIZED. BY RALPH ER8KISE. PART I. This Indian weed now wlther'd quite, Thoaeu green at noon, rat down at nl2. Hhows ihv decay; All flesh is hay. Thus think, and smoke tobaeo. The pipe, bo llly-Uke and weak, Les tU us thv mortal state bespeak. Thon art ev'n such, Oone with a touch. ' Thns think, and smoke tobacco. nd when the smoke ascends on high, 'lava thou behold Ht th vanity . i or worldly Bluff, Gone with a puff. Thru think, and smoke tobacco. nd when the pipe grows foul within. Tulnk on thy soul defiled wlthslu; for then the fire It does require. Thus think, and smoke tobacco. nd seest the ashes casr away ; Tnen to thyself thou mayest say, That to the dust ltetura thou -mast. Thus think, and smoke tobacco. PA BT II. Was this small plant for thee cut down? .v was the Plant of great renown ; Which mercy sends . For nobler end. Thus think, and mnoke tobacco. Toth juice medicinal proceed 'rom such a naughty for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1874. THE KENTUCKY CLANS. THE BLOODY GROUND. THE LATE FEUDAL WAR IX LANCASTER., KT. FULL PARTICULARS OF THB DISTURB ANCE THE SPIRIT OF REVENGE BECOMES RAMPANT. The Cincinnati Gazette ot the 27th Inst, contains a succinct account, of the late feudal scenes of bloodshed and riot in Garrsrd county, Ky. Although told by one ot the implicated parties, it seems to be a fair statement: Our readers have heard for several days of the lawlessness and bloodshed in Lancaster, Garrard county, but they have not bad much Hunt on the motives and causes that have beea at the bottom ot it. We are glad to be able to tell something ol its history from the testimony of one of tbe lonrtin motors in the Late war, or rather from the man w hose politis have made him . so obnoxious to the Ku-Klux that these disgraceful oroceedings have been instituted to wmrvft him from their presence. We refer to the lion. Win. Sellers, member of the legislature from Garrard ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 September 1874

JL ! THE INDIANA STATE SENTNEL. TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 1, 1874. 8 VV GOODS ftk ctoric of Dry Goods, Millinery and Notion f. rrtng and summer Is now very full ana i.p.lele. The purchases were made by Mr. ..-e 4n person, who remains la New iorKtne rmif t- eaon and buyii only when the goods are 'ffr.j?ht kind and quality, and the price are 6h vs 9 lowest that cash can obtain. To farmHTtsd mechanics vre can offer the best goods Vw ttwa market at prices an low as any Uoam In TA wcsi, and that very few houjes can dupiinw Com and see for yourself. L S. AYRES&CO.,Trade Palace Indianapolis. i'ESiTAl'K LINIMENTS Allay pains, subdue swellings, heal burns, and will cure rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. Tlie White Wrapper is for family use, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 ceuts; large bottles, Jl. -3U4rn rry for ntrlau Pleasant to A it perfect substitute for Castor Oil. but cn.iv WMcacious In regulating tte stouiacu ami JEEMNOE AND . BUSINESS. h:nehal m...

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