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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 September 1874

THE INDIANA STA 1 MS bUINTlNijil,, TUJßdlJA SEPTEMBER 22. 1S74. 5 other of this let'er.tnsbo the ndl-; Hon ofthlngs In the Knuth. You have recently Jten th account of the W1H!! ' h a very prominent Eentieman mm republican, who al Just remove! there from Su Louis, bat because he attended a rep bllcan rtwUni he as killed on bis w-y homo. In EeTtuefcy, cm, the 're' by th Louisville Courier-journal, that there Is nopunl-htnent In Kentucky for murder, that there 1 no protection (rem !en"jLa" from the hUmv authority on he other wde, und 1 may say here to-n)i?hl that w twtheev. Idenoe has been KatUered that no white man i has been punished In the Houth since the war tor the killing of a net?ro. and I kuow of no while man that haa beeanVhed for the klUlng of a weite republican. Iber is NO 8F.CCRITY II KENTXCKY for lift If we are to believe the louisvuie wo-rler-Jonr al. And we know that tbo Ku-Klux hv. committed perpetrations in that State for a. fT-. oam Vn have the evidence of IUI VI 1W J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 22, 1874. IMMORTALITY. BEATTIE K1 .! I he left forgotten In the dnst, Whn Kate, relenting, lets the flowers revive? Jf all nature's voice, to man alone unjust, i id him, though doomed to pertsh, hope to iiveT Zc ! for this fair Virtue oft must strive With disappointment, penury and pain? yo! Heaven's lmuortal Spring shall yet arrive. And man majestic beauty oioora again, .H-Jjrht through the eternal year of Love's umphant reign. trlTATIENCE. New York tlraphlc 7hy pure toughts aid thee, friend of mine lo cleave unto thy lone. lue! I-ose not the greater tor the less Ihe promise for the empty sign ! ie true to love! Poth It delay? still let thy soul be calm and fctrocz; Who wroneetu love her ioul doth wrong ii-ve patience! It is on its way! O friend, what If the years be flown Kternity 1 love' estate! The lovinz heart hath time to wait, And love will yet rew ard Us own. NEWS AND GOSSIP. Women are eligible to any school office in Iowa. "I c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1874. SMUGGLER VICTORIOUS. THE GREAT 8TALL.ION RACE AT MTSTIC PARK THJC IMMEN5K CROWD AND TUB EXCITEMENT. A dispatch to the Chicago Times from Boston on the 15th inst., gives the following account of the late great race lor 10,000 stallion and the stallion championship of America: The great sporting event of the season has been the great stallion race at Mv9tic Park to-day. The horses were rung up" at 2:30, and appeared after some delay for the "warming np" process. Oat ol the 16 nominations, seven walked np to the judges' stand and drew positions, as follows: Mambrimo Gift, Jefferson, Smuggler, Sheridan, Genet, Abdallah, and Commonwealth. Gift was driven by Dan Loughlin, Smuggler by Charles Marvin, Jefferson by Geo. P. Carpenter, Sheridan by Watson Sargent, Abdallah by Dan Pfeiffer, Commonwealth by Jack Bowen, and Genet by Tom Carpenter. The judges wer Otto Hamilton and Samuel Emerson, of Boston, and Geo. Oakley, of Prospect Park. F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1874. 8 GKAND opening. 1874- FALL h WINTER STYLES. 1375. AT THE TRADE PALACE, OCTOBER 7. "We would resofctfolly announce that oar (mt-iti.Da&i opening dJ Introductir n of Kall and Winter stylts lu dresso, isuits, O oaks. Talmas. Dollmans. Shawls, Laces, Ronnets, Has, Mllilnery Trimmings, etc, etc-will take place oq WEDNESDAY, OCT. Z 1ST J frirn DnVllfV A. V. to 10 O'cJOCK P. M. Hveryhndy lu city anil eourtn earnestly i t: irpi of Fall and Winter Dry Good in every . . . I -. I ....ttlst lk II Ipai imeni, SOU (tj'rcim nuruviuii w vu uurlor quality and exceeding low prices. Xi. S. -A.Z"-ERy3 & CO., t'EXTAVB LINIMENTS Allay palrm, obdu Welling, heal burns, and will core rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper la for family use, the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; larg bottles. SI. Children try fr Ca-storl. Pleasant to lie rwjneci huuh.iiuio lur uwr n. uui more etroac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 September 1874

TTTÜx ?ff yv ciC X iv?v . fC ft&fli -if VOL. XXIV-NO. 8 INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, lSTi WHOLE jSTTMBER 1.7G8. m is 14) ii m v .ai i I 1 1 jm. 7 iä : iv t-v . r . -tl.. f- " -r i i r n r ' . - : . " ' ; : . : ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' V ) GENERAL TELEGRAMS. r. .- LOUISIANA. TACKARD INQUIRES. UNITED TATKS MARSHAL PACKARD SEKT . , A NOTE OF INQUIBT TO GK. EMORY THB , REPLY OF THE LATTER- ' New Orleans, Sept. 25. MaJ. Gen. W. H. Emory, commanding the Department of the üolT, New Orlean : Snt-1 reg to call your attention, first to an extractor th aoeech of United States Senator ft-Aurz, at St. Louis, last night, as follows: . He then referred to the fact that an election for a new legislature U . Impending, and that the United States troops are there professedly to enforce the laws In that election, but whether . they will be used Impartially or not will depend v upon who controls tbem. This control will be ; in - a ' great measure . In ' the hands of ffce .'.United' . States ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 September 1874

2 THE UNHAPPY SOUTH. KELLOGG' 3 KINGDOM. THE TWO PARTIES. CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN SEW ORLEANS A5D THROUGHOUT THE STATE THE CU8T0SI norSE CONFERENCE WHO KILLED COR' KESPONDENT WEST. A dispatch to the Chicago Tribune from Xw Orleans on the 21st inst. eives the con 1:1 ion of the State government affair up to date. It says: The coniereuco at the custom bouse was carried on during the greater mart of Sunday and Monday. Tbe members ol the committee were extremely mysteri one in their movements, ana yery xmarded in wbat they said about the matters under consid ortlnn Thv finally adiournd about 3 o'clock to-day without having come to any agreement. All the McEnery people continued to attend the sittings until the lajt including Penn, ex-LIeut.-Gov. Voorfcics. Senators Jones, Chapin, Beard and others. Many ot the republicans dropped oct of the affair at different times, especially thoeo whose offices it was proposed to trade . m awa A 1 A 111! on. iaeresecmeuio do a spirit oi wiiiinDe m the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 September 1874

THE INDIANA! STATE SENTINELIUDUESDAlY; SEPTEMBER, 293fi74l 3IIT 3 -STATE NEWS. BEFLEX OF THE INDIANA TRESS. ' ALLEt COCTTY. .The death of the Hon. Eel Edgsrton at advanced age of 57 is a notable event In Ft Wayne, He was the father of tho Iloti. A P. Edgerton'and a prominent public man for years. Mr. Edscrton was born at Franklin vw Tnrton ronntv. Connecticut. He was the third son of Col. Eliaha Edgerton, and of the fifth generation In direct lineal descent from Richard Edsrerton, one ol the thirty-five original proprietors of the town of Norwich, Connecticut, which was settled in the j ear 16G0. Through a female descendant Mrv Edgerton was also ef the blood -of William Hyde, another of the proprietors nd settlers of Norvkb. To the genealogy of the family and descendants of Y illiain Hyde, the late Chancellsr . Walworth, of New York, devoted tho later years of his life in the production ot two large volumes, wbn are a valuable contxibution to Ameri can biography. CASS COCXTT. Dooiit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 September 1874

4 TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. The Chicago Tribune, taking Gov. lien dricka speech aa a text, argues against the doctrine that aa adverse balance of trade la a sign of financial or industrial distre.-s and consequently maintains that the governor's theory about waiting until it turns 5n our favor before resuming specie payment Is a fallacy.1 Ü rest Britain is taken as as example of a country whoss imports since 1850 have constantly exceeded her export The fact of the matter Is, tbe balance of trade might just as well be paid in gold as in goods or produce, when the currency of a country is in a healthy condition. r.acl nation will export whatever it has in great to the mart et in which there is the. moat demand for it, If we can pay Eogiand for a trreater amount of manufactures by sending her money than by sending her flour, it is the better policy to ship the coin In order to procure that coin we must dispose of our products to other nations, where they can be sold to the most advantage,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATK SEjiTINJEL, fTXTESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29.71874. n t- rf B STATE NEWS. REFLEX OF THE INDIANA PRESS. BETTOS COCSTT.' ,T ' Tbe Attica Ledger gives the latest report Ol tbe roaring lioness in Benton, which goes around seeking whom she may devour some body. It 'say: Tbe wild animal that has created so much consternation recently in Benton county, had at last taken refuge in Parish Grove. Another attempt, participated in by many hunters, was made one day last week to capture it, but without success. It is thought there will be much difficulty in dislodging the bast from the grove, which covers an area of 600 acres, and is thick with underbrush and tree-tops since tbe sawmill was established there. The weeds on the edge of the grove are higher than a man's bead, and make a good hiding place. One man recently, on the bunt of tbe animal, had a fair chance to shoot him, but his nerve failed him, and be turned and ran. The excitement is high in tbe neighborhood of Parish, and all ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 September 1874

THE INDIANA H'f ATE SENTINEL; TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 29, 1874. 1 6 A' MYBOÜK& " . , BX JOUX C SAXE. Ah J -will lleve the? boots of mine, Tu at aiandac- trlndj on their uheives, Wltto here and there a broken line (Pat -quartoiV Jostling modest "twelves"), A carious company, I own ; . ,, The poorest ranking with their betters; In brief a thin almost unknown A pure Democracy of Letters. A motley gathering are they; ...... .Some lairly worth their weight in gold , Home Just too good to throw away ; Some scarcely worth the place they hold. Yet well I love them, one and all, Thee friends o meek and unobtrusive, AV ho Dver fail to come at call, Nor (if 1 scold them) turn abusive! i If I have favorite bere and there, And, like a monarch, pick and choose, I never meet an angry stare. That thUI Uke and that refuse; No discord rise my soul ta vex Among these peaceful book-relations, Hot envious strife of age or sex lo mar my quiet lucubrations. And they have still another merit. Which ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 September 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1874. TOE BAR-TENDER'S STORY. FELKO ARKWKGHT. Graphic i. "WrKn 1 knowed him at first there was suthln - A ort of a general air That tu very particular pleasln . And what you might call debonair. 1m aware that expression is Frenchy, And ruther blgndaddy.prehaps; AVhich awoont that 1 have the acquaintance OX several quality chaps. II. And such J the way they converses. but, peakin' of thia here youn man, Appearantly natur' had shaped him Uu a sort of a liberal plan : Hed guv him good looks and good language And manners expresMn with vim Ills belief in hisselr. and that others ' Was jufct as good fellers as him. HI. I hev noticed (I'm rather observing That them that is cheerfullest here Is the sort that is seldomlst given To inUulaia' thelrselves in the fear That tbey alnt beln thought of sufficient. Whatever' the company by. Or that somebody, some how or other, Js topi'in' of 'em unto the sly. IV. Eut this chap that I mentioned was ple...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 September 1874

THE ITIÄ STATK 'SE TINELi T (JI)ATi SEPTEMBER 29,1874. GRAND OPENING. 1374- FALL & WINTER STYLES 1875. , ! ' ; ; AT TUE '.' ' V- TRADE PALACE, OCTOBER 7. We would .respectfully announce thatour aeml-snnual opening and lntroductU n or I-all and Winter styles In dresse. Sulta.C oaks, Talma, Dollmans, Shaw Is. Laces, Pne"! . ii... uu.tn.rvTrimmlBM. etc . etc.. Will Wie ua' . place on ...,,;-,; .. IXTTT-TT TV V. w T A.Y. OCT. 7". , .-,. o tr i. . n 10 o'clock P. x. -Everybody In city and countx? earnestly In i.,.4 t .f.onH -u-n om rereivlEZ large la Tolces of Fall and Winter Dry Good in every iirtm.). nrl ak srecial attention to the saperior quality and exceeding low prices. U. JJttS,'&c CO., tbaDK PALACE. IX5TACB 1.IJSIMKSTS - - ; ' Allay pains, subdue swellings. heal barns, and will cure rheu matism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper Is for family use, the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents ; large bottles, f 1. c Ckildr fr...

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

.. ! i .1:11 r, .: ;.:!. i:.r(v. ;nrr . 7t f rff M Hilf !' INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 1874. VOL. XXIY-NO. 9. " "WHOLE NUMBER l.TG9.. Üf SI m GENERAL TELEGRAMS. , . BEECHER BAOiS. 1IK TREADS . PLYMOUTH BOARDS . AGAIN. Jk CROWDED CHURCH THE FASTOR' RE- . MARK ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION ANi OTHER TlNDtCATION. Niw York. Oct. X-ITymouth, Church was packed with ' people this evening to hear Mr. Beecher on his return from his summer vacation. Large vasea of flowers t,tood at eacr. ' end of the i latform. At 7 o'clock there wa do standing room either in the churcn or the pastured, ladies were frequently borne out iu a fainting e -ndiUon Among 'hose present were Mrs. beecher, Charles Brecher, Lr. Wtfcul Beecber. Col. Keecber, Mrs. H. Beectaer Htowe. Assistant Pastor Ha'llday.,ll the m-rai-bersof th 1ns Investigating committee. Prof. Ro-sPer, W. Itaymond. and the trustees f the chnrch. Prcr.iif.ty at "Uii Mr. Jteecher came on the platform, and was received with a loud storm of applause. Ho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 October 1874

v THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, OCTOBER G. 1871. POLITICAL. incech Gen. Ben Harrison, at Lafayette. KiJI-ENSE OV THE ADMINIsTRAHCsN. fSAtES.ASD COI!KUlTinS. bTATE ANÜ.KAHONAL FINANCE AND THE TEMPERANCE VCESTION CONSIDERED. ' -I :-"ellow Citi7.kvsof Ixpiaxa! The eft'cers to bo chosen at tbe approaching election in Inctiiua.whUe not the hlshesl fa our govwimenl, rte to exercise a hurtful or Deueiicenr, miueueaover your local affairs ai weil a in mak ing themselves felt In the administration orthe amoral government at Washington. And while U.ere is absent frum thU canipalgu. that excitement which characterizes mir pretd lential year, I &iu glad to know that there Is throughout the KJate of ludiana a he-dthrul yet qutet interest In the is-suas to" be determined at the approachiuj election, l'nder o ir form tl gvrnmeui. it can uot e said thit any o'iice Ik iusiguWicantor unimportant. Even the lowest functionary l:i thu a IrulaWtntton of the county o-townhio business may...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 1874. 3 . ANOTHER "MG DAY. A GREAT CROWD AND A IOUS TIME. GLOR-TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND PEOPL13 ON THE GROUNDS. TUB rKF.MIV.M3 AWARDED YESTKUDAY AT THE EXPOSITION THK SPLENDID STOCK DISPLAY AGRICULTURAL HALL AND ITS CONTENTS IHK PliCXJRAMMK FORTO-DAY NOTES ON NATTER? OP GENERAL INTEREST. All the prophets who predicted a "Dig "Week' hare o far been unusually fortunate In having Buch predictions fully met. The great day of the parade was considered to nave brought more people here thao any other event would durioz the entire Exposition, but yesterday's attendance dis proved this. -and the continuous How of humanity into the Exposition, oegianing early in tho morning and ending only at nightfall, anr massed that cf an v previous day. The build ingwti not only full but tho grounds were alo densely covered witn men, wonwo ami childien; horses, carriages and cares. t course, outside, tho thief attraction was tho stock. Everybody bad to tako a loo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; OCTOBER Ö, 1874. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 6. The Cincinnati Commercial propcses a j i;nt resolution of both bouses of congress gainst a tbirJ term as tbe common sense method of Battling that ruueb vexed ques tion. Tba party in power would probably refuse to take any such action fjr tho saino reason that its conventions and newspapers refuse to express au opinion in disapproval of the sebeme, namely, on tho ground that all talk of a third term is an absurdity, unworthy of serious consideration, and certainly not to bo dignified with legislative notice. Tbe fact of the matter is that tbe example ol Washington and the strong sentiment of the people against a third term aro better safeguards ttias a constitutional amendment would be. AYiihtlis law lu the way, tbe necessity ofselfRitraint would bo removed au J a man might covet the forbidden fruit until some day or other the lust wo aid grow so strong that a porular president miht set sitlo tho rcstrijiions o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 October 1874

i THE INDIANA STA 5 ...... 7 r up through four years oi the agony and despair Mr. Beecber so pathetically describes, one is surprised to see in Llm SO UTTT.K ESB OF JUSTICE 1 towards those who, from no fault oi their own, became cognizant of the whole sad atory. To blacken such characters as Susan i. Anthony and Laara Curtis Bullard. Iiessde Turner sn unreliable servant. a self-conlcssed tool for whomsoever might choose use her is the ' main witness .-vnt Mr. Tilton, and his friends who chanced to viit his house. Her statement in regard to Miss Anthony was false, and of me was exaggerated beyond all bounds. She said before tbe committee that I frequently played cheas with Mr. Tilton " until 3 o'clock in the morning, as if hhe, ho was never half awake in tbe daytime, could spend her night3 in watching. Throa?h all the years of our acquaintance I played chess once with Mr. Tilton, finished tbe came at 12 o'clock, and retired, making a notoot it tbe next day in the Revolution, which I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 6, 1874. G TWO SONNETS. . . . f.hilv rriirrcR. From The Specttc. i. Tf wej fools of chance, indeed, aid tend 'o wither, then the blinder fools In IUI That, loving sood, we live. In scorn of blls, Its w ageless servants to the vil end. If fit the last, man's thirst for hUth things He ouench'd in dust, the River of bis life, "Wny press with growing seal a liopefc strife, . . . "Why orn for creeping should lie dream tf wings? ( ;'.'"! ' , O Mother Dust! thou hsst one law so mild. We call it sacred all thy creatue:wn it The tie which binds the parent and Ute child, Why has man's loving heart atoueouigroa it? Why hast tboa travailed o o be deiW, tSo trampled by a would-ae matricide? JX. Hi pc fruit of science demonstrated fact We grasp at thee in trembling expectation, m wr i . - X M m. . n W n I .1 n til.' W e II U ill )IJ wail uu lun; nr ri'iu i - "Words of i; ui verse.enshriuVi in act : "Words preguant words, but only parts of speech With m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 October 1874

THE INDIANA STAT K 8 KM' IN El- I UESDAY. OCTOBER ß. 1874. CAUSES AND EFFECT. TAX BURDKNKD LOUISIANA. IHK STATK OP AFFAIRS IX WHMASA H5CE TUB WAR EXCESSIVE TAXATION AND ITS OPERATION IS NEW ORLEANS THE GENERAL CAVSES OF TltK I'BSSENT DISORDER. Tue correspondent of the New York Time writes from New Orleans on the 20th Inst. on the present financial and business condition of Louisiana, from which the following extracts are made : Tk3 condition of the Southern States ha for some time pat been such as to warrant tho gravest suspicions or extreme misrole. The traveler who. pasing along i b skirt of a wood, is encountered by a hideous . smell of corruption, and ee wheeling above the tops of the trees a warm of csrnon birds, mentally exclaims. 'There is a dead body in there." So it is with tho fouth. Nowhere U this more prominent than in Imisiana, and moro especially in New Orleans, which is not only the capital ot the State, lnt the metropolian city ot tho Southern tier of states. For her...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1874. GKAND OPENING 1874. FALL & WINTER STYLES. 1875. AT TUB TRA.DK PALACE, OCTOBER We -would respectfully announce that onr semi-annual opening and lntrodacticn or r 11 and Winter style in dresse. ults,Lioaks, Talma, Dollmans, Shawls, Lac, Bonneta, Hats, Millinery Trimmings, etc , etc., will place oq rt WEDNESDAY, OCX. r, 1S74. from 9 o'ckek A. M. to JO o'clock P. Jf. Everybody la city and countrj earnestly invited to attend. We are receiving J am 6 Invoices of Fall and Winter Dry Good in every department, and ask special attention to the superior quality and exceeding low prices. Xj. S. AYEBS &c CO., TKADK PALACE. t'EXTAUR LIXIJIEXTS Allay pains, subdue swellings, heal burns, and will cure rheumai ism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrarper Is for family use, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cenU; larg" bottles, II. Children ery fr Caatori Pieaaul to ke a perfect substitute for...

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