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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY. Friday, 7-45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY. Fridiiy, 745 p.m. Alice Short hus been committed for triul for murder in connection with the death o£ .MaryGetcens at Neutral 3 ... : ' . ? The Parliamentary Labor Party's manifesto expresses satisfaction' with the legislation effected. by the Govern ment at the instance of the party, particularly the initiation of Govern ment day labor, which led to the employment of 3,28S men and an ex penditure of £393,098 in wages. The Ministerialists consider Mr, Reid's return for King Division easier than ever, but it is generally admitted that the ranks are not nearly so well formed as when the Premier defeated the late Sir Henry Parkes, there hav ing been many deserters to. the other side. Mr. Barton's committee was selected i s to-day, and. .contains a large number of influential names, while promises of support, are pouring in from all quarters. It is rumoured that a difference has arisen oetween the Government and tlie Labour Party owing lo the latter refusing to...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

INFLUENZA. t It is generally supposed that Infliiema Ii quito a modern epidemic, but this is not «o, as it ?was prevalent in the lixtecnth century. Nothing is easier to cure, if taken in time. The after effects are warded off by taking Wolfe's Schnapps every night beforo retir ing r Wolfe's Schnapps is reuoguuctl i-y tho medical profession all over tlij,worM as ? ealulary »ud valuable msJuinu.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hillston District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

Hiilston District Hospital. The adjourned monthly meeting of the Hospital Committao was held at the Royal Mail Hotel on Monday evening, 19th inst. There were prossut — Mc. N. F. Smith (President, in the ohair), and Messrs. Thos. Cade'l, F. K -pke, M. McOann, B. Varooe, C. Nail (Hou. Trca 1.) and D. Gornily, (Sec retary). The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. The correspondence was unimportant. Tha Secretary stated, in reply to a queatioD, that no communication had been received from Mr. E. W. Prootor, of Mossgiel, in answer to the Committee's threat, of report ing him to the head of his department failing tbe immediate payment of the account due for liis son's maintenance in the Hospital. The letter had beon sout about the 8th oi Juno. After a short disoussion the Committee de oidad, upon tho motiou of Mr. Kopku, sec onded by Mr. MoCaun, to instruct Mr. Raff, solicitor, to proceed for the recovery of the am unit d:;e by Mr. Pnotir. viz., LI9. Messrs. V.irc ie ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

The Lachlan Pastoral & Agricultural ASSOCIATION. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. CLASS 3 — For the best Multiplex Plough. First prize; L3 .'Vs., second .prize L2 2s Tiiruu entries, .-or- only . first prize will be awarded. ?SALE OF PRIVILEGES. MESSRS. STEWART it TEIUIY will sell by 'Public ? Auction, ai; Law ler's Hotel, Ililiston, oirWuo Kiss may, 20tli Jui,r, at 12, noon, tlie Right to have a Puhmoan's Booth on the Show Ground ; also t he Plight to a Rkfhksh.mhnt Booth. 7 THOS. CABELL, Hon. Sec. Lachlan Electorate. A , PUBLIC MEETING OF Mr. CARROLL'S SUPPORTERS will lie held at LAWLEU'S HOTEL, on MONDAY EVENING, 20th inst., at S o'clock. ~ notice' ? SHEARING will commence at MONIA G AP on the 18th August. JOHN BROATC1T, Merri Merrigal.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES CHRIST CHURCH HILLSTON—Rev J VERSO [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

TUE CUVHCHES (In bist Cnunou. Hillbtov— Rev. J Vkrso Sunday, July 17tb— Newlvn Bchool house, 11am. Christ Churob, 7 30 p.m. Sunday, July 31st — Ouubar township. PEEBDVXDBliH ClI'J IICII, IIlLMTOM — RltV. J J. Jehninqs. 1st Sabbath — Alma. SndSabbuth — Hiilston, 11 a.m. and 7.30p.m Owuouo Cuvi'.ch— Iluv. Fatiikb Heydon fHPi* PUBLISHED AT IIILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, JULY lGth 1898.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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More Joy for Hillstonites. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

More Joy for Hillstonites. The Cosmos Photo Co., of Cobar, with that benovolonoo whioh characterizes their evory action, will return to Hiilston for ono week only from Saturday, 16th inst., when those who failed to got their portraits taken before will be able to romedv tho defect and cause iov to their numerous frionds. Beautify your homos with our magnifioent enlargements whioh aro giveu away with every dozen cabinets froo _ of oharge. This is an opportunity of a life time. Young men, havs your portrait tiikon, and »Iso that of your best girl, the enlargements will come in handy for decorative purposes byo'and-bye. Father, havo your families photographed, before they aro separated by the business of life. Mother, get a photo of tho littlo ono. Remember the price, 17/6 por dozen ; enlarge ments for nothing. Now paBte thi-- in your hat. We have spnointed Tom Varooo, hflddler, of High street, otir agont, for the 'ale of the world famed oyole tho 'Naumanu,' Good wine needs no bush, an...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

? ? THE ?' ? ? CLUB HOUSE HOm, t^IGH STfJEET, K5LLSTOE3. j 111 IRST - GLASS Family it Hotel. Every' comfort and Convenience. Special terms lor permanent boarders and families: - ? JAMES O'DONNELL, Proprietor. il taMersaJF* Motel ? HI LLSTOiN. ; ' FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION : COMBINED WITH 1 ' OIVILITY AND CLEANLINESS. BEDS Is. ' MEALS le. FREE STABLING. /,' JAMES L VAVLER, Pnipiietor. . The Gladstone Hotel, HILLSTON. | J. H. BEITS, Proprietor. Comfortable Airy Rooms for LoJgers. Good Table and Cnreful M Attention. I Excellent Ear Appointments and a good stock of liquors; Highest Price Kivwi for Ribbit, K.ituraroo,, a lid Opossum Skit:.'. J. II. BETT8. j HE JSTAR ^REWERY' HILLSTON, ^arandera | ileriiderie, Hay | Tocumwaf, Mclntyre, Lincoln & Co, BREWERS. CORDIAL' and -SEATED WATER MANUFACTURERS. SOAP MAKERS. LOCAL BRANCH HIGH STREET, HILLSTON. 1 J. l'LYNN, Manager. Braybrook k Co. MELBOURNE 'Agricultural Iroulsment Makers. PLOUGHS, STRIPPERS, and all kinds of Agricul tural Mac...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Ox Monday evening lust Constable Shields san in qnito a little bunch of culprits, all thu offender- hdng Htriingers aud the cause of their downfall the u^ual thing — drink, Juhn jEdon and William Koll) resisted viulontly, and iu effecting their arrest Constable Shields received a black eye and an injury to ' his right shoulder. On Tuesday morning Eden was called upon to answer four charges, nam«ly drunWeiiuei-H, indecont exposure, obscmo language, and resisting tho police. His contribution to tho revenue for this little performance totted up XI 5/-. the fines itnposod being, respectively, '20 /., 20/-, and 10/-. Kelly watt charged with drunken ness, obscene language and resisting the police, and in default of paying firms totalling £4 6/- is now cutting out two months' and '24 hour*' hard labour. John Durno and Patriok Clancy woro oharged ?with drunkenness ot ly, and were mnlot in fines of 5/- each. At tho lootxl lands office on Thursday two tnoro portions of...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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A Novelty in Balranald COMING THROUGH HILLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

A Novelty in-Balranald, O I.M1NC THROUnn'HrLLS'iW. AliouV . U'ti o'cUiclc .oil:. Mondny miM iiiit^' t.h(! j,'oo(l ])(.'(i|ilc.v uC Ijnlt'iuiald .sUirlled by shrill sct'tfi.'chcs nnd loud rumbling ; noises. 'J'ltu ciiuso i hi-roof \v»s thri arrivnl of I tic two traction cn^int's, Iho' ' .Doctor-' aixl tlui ' Duntist.' fnini iMildttrn, .cach dt'iiaqing ochinu it two waggons .\nd n wsiter tnnl;. 'J'ltoy stcntni'd through -.tho- town nb n^iir piic(i'nntl-,proc('('(U.'(t to thi» fool of'.M y.-il 1-strflt; t, to tnki! in ' w.-itrr. 'J'Iks unginits arc of the ordin ary t motion description, used largely for steam plou^hini; iiurpos(.'.s, there bein:,' two voty sintilar ones in use on Moira stalioiij-^wliero'i the culliviition paddocks art! 800 ? acres- in extent. They are of 7' 01 ? 8 nominal horse. power, but a much greater strength can be obtained from I lioin . if 'in.'res- sary. The train, as it may be readily designated, left Etiston in chaige of i\Ir. liayes on the iMUh-ulO., -in«l w...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

? i fkfi 'T. ff® ^ FF^ _ 1 /Ifi %nr«3i I o*€% 1 ( ...Ji ^4 j[ ^ rt ZSS2^^^S2ZSSSSI^ ONCEx | 7 TRl£D I -\lWaw I X^s'saJ T. VARCOE, Trite nf Mount G imbier. South Australia. SADDLER ,1 TI VII NTl 8S MAKER Has removed to his new premises, oppoaito TiittermiltV Hotel, HIGH-SI Bn T IIIfjLSTON'. Saddles arid Harness of all descriptions ? made to order. Repairs a speciality. G,)nd wirfcmanship guaranteed. A trial soliei'ed. : ? ? ' ? L FOR HE DEALS WITH FRED. kOPKE. 'licpe™!^^^^! Sundries JSew 'Assortment . Just to Hand : '' The Twentiet.'i Century' Lamp- 13s each. ' ? Dunlop Tyres, outer covers, '30s. each: ,, „ inner tubes, 10s ,, Trump Oyolombtoro, 6s eaol\r . .T}milop- Q.tit;fite, I.e. Perry's Humber Ohairs, 3 0s 6d each Inflators from Is sach. Solution in tubes from 6d Trouser Clips, fro m 4cl pair. Oilers from Is ea, Lubricating Oil from 6d per bottle. Toe Clips, Is 3d pair. Bells from Is each W. SIFIl «TOBACCOHIST« NEWS AGENT, AND FANCY — GOODS —VENDOR, High-Street, Hiilston. f|||p ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

Hor.sL'-rticing-witliiHi tjoolcoys is indulged in in .Hume. The horses f-ro hy ,-t o'um, wliich is -.1 i ^(.:! 1 -I l'.'_i'- '(I In.;]livid thein. ritoy (.rarry litllospiked balls on ciirds \vhi'-!i swing round on their bodiu-s and tlie.se act as sjiurs. The force of the wind in the United Kingdom is strongest on the Grampians, and on more than one occasion a train, while crossing this ridge lias been brougnt to a c iinp'.ete stand still by the tremendous force of the wind. 'Co.stcrinongor ' was origin ally costard monger — that is. apple seller.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

LIVER DI8EAS3 ! Other Advertised 0ur.5s only aggravated his complaint. Weak, Nsivous, and Sight De fective. A Two Months' Course Effected a.: Absolute Cure. .Mr. F, Ihyiiu, Al el rose Station, Con dobolin, N.S.W., writes uii AugusB (itli, 18!)7 : — In recognition of the merits of Clements Tonic as ti remedy for liver troubles, I have much pleas ure in forwarding this test iinonial. .My trouble commenced nbo:.t live yeais-ago, while in Queensland. L' soon found it. necessary to cot. suit a doctor, who told me what the mailer was and prescribed for me. After talcing nis medicine, T cei t.-iinly fe.'t better, but only for a lime. Losing faith, I tried oilier advertised reme dies. which only aggravated the. com plaint- 1 had a severe pain in lot; side, and used to take draughts' lo cause, me to sleep. I lieenne weak and nervous, aiK- my sight became de fective. I hid often heard of Clements Tonic, and called upon iv chemist in Charters Tuwe's and asked his 1 1 pi ii i- 1 ; i, who told m...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

THK CIIVRCHG1 — — ©MIST CHUEOH, HlLLSIOJf — Rev. J Vbrso Servioo will bo hold at Gunbar on Sunday, 31atiust., instead of Sunday, 24th. PttESimjaww Cnunon, Hillston — Rev. J J. Jennings. lat Sabbath — Alma. 2nd Sabbath — Hillston, ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m Catholic Cutjucii — lHnv. Famike Hetdon §j§jJS- lUiffshn §§|}w(rtt0r. ' ' BLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. i Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, JULY 23rd 1898.'

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

Scisiiica. Doctors and Medicines C9o Better than Wate r Mr. Arthur Smith,- Proprietor of the. United States Speciality Co., Adelaide. S.A , writes 011 Jan. 28, 1S97 : — I have travelled Ihe principal cities' pf India, the Transvaal, and United States, and in each place I have consulted doctors and taken medicine to cure me of scia tica, but T can assure you it would have been better to take so much pure water and would have cost less. . After arriv ing here from the States I was fortun- ~ ate enough to secure the services of Sir. Frank Ries, the Well known comedian, who, seeing how I suffered, 'suggested a course of Clements Tonic, telling me how valuable it had been iu his case. , T followed his advice and .bought six bottles to give it, a trial, and now I rim pleased to say I feel nearly- as well as I.eoiild wish, aiid no matter where I am I-say tt'-few' words 111 praise of 'what I ' ebhsjder a really reliable remedy. I ' a})ytiys keep a bottle or two' by. me.— I ? ; am, yours res...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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To the Electors of the Lachlan. FELLOW ELECTORS.— [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

To th® Elesbarfi: of ths Latshlai. I'KLLO.W ELECTORS.— It was ijjofc my intention to solicit .your suffrages at the forthcoming elec tion, but, 'the re»ult of the Ileft'rctul«m on'Pederatibn has made it necessary to re-consider that determination. As you are aware, certain members of Parliament thought ib well to pass an amendmenbof tho Federal Enabling Act, -liaviug for its object tho raising of the iiamber -of alhrmativo votes required to secure Federation, from 50,000 to SO, 0.00. This appears to mt to have beeiii done ' ill' order to block Federation-- ?? altogether, suice_thcse members of Parliamenty who roted'in. favor of raising the .111111111111111, could not, nt that time, have known on- w.hafc lines the. Hill would lie- framed. ?.???.The member lor The Lachlair Look part in this net ot treachery, ami voted with the Anti Fedeiationists — for I con sider every - 111.111 who,- by his vote, ? raised obstacles 111 the way of the .union of t, lie colonies; was, and is, an an AnU...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

Your Cliemj^bjjyjofls .Oreat Pfepperniint .-fbr 'tJougfis and Colds, 1/G and 2/6.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LACHLAN ELECTORATE. Mr. A. L. P. Cameron Speaks. Another Big Attendance. Lively Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

LACHLAN ELECTOR 4TB.' ] Mr. A. L. P. Caneron Speak?. Another Big Attendance, i? Lively Proceedings On Monday night .Mr. A. L. P.! Cameron held his lirst public meeting ] as ii candidate for The Lachlan con- I stitur.ncy. The meeting was held in | Finch's Hall, the attendance' being very largo. The meeting was rather disorderly, nnd a gootl deal of interruption came, from a very small fraction. ' Oir oiie4 occasion the Chairman had to inter cede on the candidate's behalf for ; fair play, but taking it nil. ?? through, 'Mr. Cameron obtained a very fair hearing, and his speech created a good impres fiion all round. He spoke for about an hour. ' * The chair was occupied by Mr.- It. , W. Stewart, J'.P., Mayor of 'Hillston., ; J ii opening the proceedings Mr. Stew art said? there was no occasion for him; to say much in tilling thu people who, and what Mr Cameron w-s. Jlr. Cam eron was well-known all through' ihe olectonite. In Hillston lie had taken a very active part in public 'mutters, ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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PROGRAMME: SHEEP. SECTION A—MERINO SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

PROGRAMME: SHEEP. I Si'.onoN A— Mkrino Sheep. Clasa 1— For the best ram nay ago nbovo | -4-tooth. I'icst prize £2 2/. ; second £1 1/-. Class 2 — For tho boat ram ubovo l.V and under 'Zh y u.icd, bead by oxMbiUr. Fir.t prize £2 £/- ; Becond £1 ./-. Glass y — JToc tho boat raui, undor IJyoars, bred by exbibitor, shorn fid n Jamb. Firat prizo £2 2/- : second ill 1/-. Class J— For tho beat pHir of rams uudcr IA years, bred by oxhibit'jv, a- 4 ehoi'ii f.-i . latnba. ITirnl iui/.n £2 2/- ; .-uco.id £i !,/?. Glass o — Champion prize of £5 a/- ; pre sented by D. Tuliy, Esq., for tho beat ram ubovo 2-tooth, of any ago in tho yard, bred by exbibitor. Judgo to namo second rain' prize £1 1/-. Class 0 — Clraud champion prizo of £f- ii/- ; prosonted by K. C. W«bl-, «n-l c'.'e of tvino Drosontod bv Messrs. Cu'.dwoll aud Cv , for tho, beat ram of any ago in tho yard. Seoond prizo XI 1/-. Section B— Merino SiiEEr, -Ewes. Claaa 1— For tha bout, owu over 2 - ears old. First prizo £2 2/- ; seoond £1 1/...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

'CROWN LAND SALE. AT 'the Lanls Officii, HILLSTON, o Wednosday 3rd August, at noon th following will be ottered at auction, tiz ; (Allotments iu seotions 8, 16, and 17, town c HILLSTON (North). Areas j of an nor each. UpBet prioes of allotments in section fc £10:and £12 pec lot; allotments in sectioi 10, £3 and £! pec lot ; and of Allotments ii seolion 17, £8 j er lot. Further particular can ba obtained from the Laud Agent, o Gazette-No. 472 of 1st J«ue, 1898. Terms — 2a per cent, deposit, bdlanee in 12 menthi interest at 6 per cent, per annum. WILLIAM HOUSTON. 6a- 0. Under Seoretary for Lande Department of Pnblio Works, i., ?„ ? ' ;Sydu#y, July 13th, ,1898. A TTENTJON ii- direoted to Gazeth Notic J&i r, inviting TENDERS for EREOTIOi of TIMBER BEAM BRIDGES, Noa. 1 an. 2 over MUGGABAH CREEK. Road Nioli olson's to Booiigal Tenders will be reaeivai np'to the loth August, 189S. 6f-4. J. H. YOUNG. ' --FOR SALE — 3 TON WAGG3N and S sots ofHAR NESS, in perfect order. Apply— A, W Mc...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 23 July 1898

AQUA TOFANA Was a deadly poison, made and 30I1I by a woman called Tofania, ia Italy, duriiij,' the seventeenth century, She sold this in little fiat vials, carrying 011 the practice for over fifty years before she was dis covered. Thousands of persons u-cre poisoned by'means of thi3 dreadful dm;;. Tho sale of poison is now prohibited hy law, except under certain wise and precau tionary safeguards. It is a pity that tlie sale of adulterated liquors is not in the same way prohibited, for they are little less than slow poison. Adulterated cheap gin is often put into empty Wolfe's Schnapps bottles, anil suld as pure. For this reaaon it is bel tc' a-.o Imv whole bottIe3 in uubroken wrapper?, ami, after use, to break tho bottles or dcfacu the labels. Some of the adulterated liiju.ii ' soi.l in country towns aro nearly aa fatal in t,hu long run, if constantly drunk, as Aiiua Tofana. AN INVITATION TO llo.NK.s-r MUX. The pmjirk'tm s of. Wolfe's Schnapps in viie the ui.'.eutujn cf all honest ...

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