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iijwf H-iHin V-aHySW-WS) St - Wjfc'gjgy og
Satukdat MoiiNDfo, Fob. 20, 1808.
See tlio new nttcl of Mr. John Miller,
f.fdWNJlfit.KmoN. The voters of 'tho
town will bear in mind the election for
town officers which comes off on Tues
a m i '
TninuNK and Dbmocuatio Alma
nacs. We have rocetved from Messrs,
Sutton & Hydo a copy ol each of the
nbovo imblications. They havo these
books for sale.
Oiiioular Work. Messrs. Howard
fc Smith have put in oporation, in addi
tion to their new machinory, a turning
Qathc, and are now prepared to do round
'woik of nil descriptions.
i IIkport. Wc hnVo received the rr
lport of the Inst session of tlio 11. W.
"IJrand Lodge of North America I. O.
Good Templars. Number of Subordi
nate Lodges, 4,432, with a membership
Worked all Winter. Mr. Wntts,
from Josephine county, informs nsthat
ho has been uble to ground-sluico all
winter. He has so much fall that the
water does not slop in one place long
enough to freeze.
ftAtmnx St'iitm. - .Messrs. Sutton &
Hyde havo n very largo and well se
lected assortment of garden seeds,
fresh from the seed-garden. These
seeds are superior to any imported
from nan r riiicim'o or
Slates. 'See their mid
-,, e, ., -lT r . . -i
Ion SA..KM.-SI,er, ff Owen started
lor the btnto Penitentiary nt hiilum Inst
Moiiduy"uveiiing, having in his custody
I. Le Oug, sentenced lor eleven years
on two indictments, and Win. JJurch-
inrn, M'titciiceii lor lour years lor as
wuiu aim uaiierv wmi iwuiir, to kin.
has Tooiiiaciiix Our triend I
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u.MVMni.u. luin iii.iivii in v H,
nnd will bo ready for operations1
immedintelv Tlio-o desiring the
services ol u first, duss dentist had bet-
ter imply earlv, ns the Doctor savs
illicit i vt'ly that he will only rcmum
liero ten days.
Siitnn' Pintruix. Wo notice this'
week that a petition is being circulated
lor signatures, praying tho Town Trust-,
-es to onen TlunrSti-eet to itsiuterseo
tion with the stivet running south of '
.lolm eis splaee, theneoon tliatstreet
in mo in., ipvi n...i .inn iiiu "tviniis ,
This Is an improveinent iimrli
neetle.l, ami ulum eompieliMl wii pen
iii n large part olthe town which eon-
tains many eligible building spots.
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W iitts informs us that Mr. S. .Messm-
gerund himell have ju-t completed
prosjieetlng nrastni on Horsehead
tJiileh, n tributarv of Williams crick,
in .lohciiliim count v. Thev me intend-
ui-r to iitusli several tons ot
rock from !
the old Horsehead Ledire. Mr. W. is.
iiiito sanguino of making it puv, in
which ciho largu and ni.no cxtviisiw
operations will bo inaugurated.
CUi'iiur. Slieritr Owen learned lust
Saturday that Chadwick, who had been
indicted id. the last term of the Circuit
Court for larceny and k-a his bonds-;
men in the lurch, was stopping around
at mttiiiti tiiiiliiil
Vnllev. He immediately sent'
Deputies .Miller and
(.5. Owen niter
In liii.ll.KW Ilia
Mm. Thev succeeded in finding his
.llll. All' rmvii-i.vi. in ii, i i.
letreat, wliieh was back in the hills,
tiua camo upon mm unawares on oun-
day .morning. He was brought to
town and is now lodged in jail. ,
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DiSTittcr School. Wo visited the
District School this week and found '
the 89I100I iirogresM'mg'llnoly under tjie
instruutioiis given by Prof. Dewitt ami
Miss Oluyton. In tho lower depart
ment Micro aro -lis scholars enrolled,
with an attendance of ;3 ; and in the
priinnryidepartmeut40nn the roll, with
n regular iitteinlunro of 40. Thoncliooll
rooiuH nro plvnsant, nnd the soholnrj '
nil nau jiU'iihunt fuocp s thpy jiurancu
incir various avocuuoiiti. 1
A JJf.c,nK.-I;aKt Sunday as a ge.
tluinai Was UnntjiiR pn thp,liiJl,Yi-
1119 Jnckson nnd Poorman's creeka, lio
(nun ,1 !n unul ilul uinl nliniir linn
,IUIUIII III u okwuiiivu njiwv Rliuut mu
miilcs (mm town, n until suspended from j
ttho linib.of a tree by .o nock. Coro
tner Qreonnian was notified f the fact,
iiiudirOjCoedod, immediately 'to, inyepti
yiU tlit; facts ii the case. ' 4J0 judged
that the person had lieen hanging thero
.for several week, as ho was nuioli do
veayed. No ono was nblo to tell the
jnan's name, though thero were several
'tWitnesscfl who had seen him nbout
town la.tjLill, Mr, C0lwull,tagopro
pcietor. thinks the person watf a crazy
Italian,' who wm about Valdo last
Htimrimr. Tlwiqn utidoubtydly com
mitted suicide, as there was a wound
jUu, anu and quo in his breast, but
noitfier were mortal. A blank book
and a quarter of a dollar weio found
oi his person. Light, sandy whiskers
ftdrUbt hair covered. UU -head and
fac6;6inco 'waiting (ha "above, "Mr.
Colwll has .001110 in from Kerbwille.
and fyoiu tin description given, it is
utoutfVit, tllftt the iiatno;of .the tscccasod
was cmiytlio a native of owedcu.
KrFKCTs bf Hard Frkkmno. Wo
hear considerable complaint that the
fruit "buds on the peach tree havo been
killed.by cold,, weather. Many of tlio
tender shrubs, particularly roses, havo
been frozen to the ground. Mr. Peter
Drill informs us that some of his shrubs
anu trees, 'prizea most ntgiiiy.'aro aorta.
One tree, a native of Australia, which
had grown to tho hlght of fifteen feet
nnd a diameter of four inches, is dead.
Tho daumgo dono to grain crops is com
sidcrablo, but as yet it cannot be. lolly
Larckny. Wo learn that recently
a Ciiinaman called at Mr. A. J. Coak
leys' and walked boldly into the house.
There was no ono in at the time, but
Mrs. C. camo in shortly after and met
tho Celestial visitor at tho door. To
tho question what ho was doing there,
ho made reply by asking it they want
ed " Cookec." A negative answer was
given, and tho (Jhinaman departed.
Afterward it was found that the houso
had been robbed of tho sum of eighty
As Usual. After tho receipt of tho
impeachment news, several old foggy
Democrats went snuffling round the
streets predicting war. As usual, they
wcro ifcncrally the kind" tlirit have snuf
fled he savory spoils of office more
than they havo gunpowder. Democ
racy murdered n President no war
followed; and it's a pity if wo can't
put on his trial, "constitutionally,"
without another baptism of tiro and
Had Grammar, Our neighbor ac
cuse our "man up the tree," of using
bad grammar. Wo know he does, but
who could expect nlile-long Democrat,
. ncciisiometi in i e venmcu ar ol Jjontr
, t, w , Uq
tliinkM our man's style is not " chaste,"
Quite possible: but vigorous enough
hnVo rnrW the great Democratic
(";,' master into his liole mid there's
, ' .. I
AI.t'Allt.l! 1VII lfl!l till.- till !
1 .11.1 All..., rt.W Jtl.M.MdV.llll.1.
" Ilrotrii'n Ilrimefiinl Twltt" will bo i
r..r....i s i 1.1 ii. ......... i..'
iiiiiiiu iiiviiiiiiwmv in innso exposed in
muMwi changes, nllcirding prompt re-1
lief inwises of Coughs, Coitls, etc. For,
Public Speakers ami Singers, and those I
who over-t.K the voice, they me
ft. I I It....! I !...... I l'l .. i I
in iii iviii'iiiivnii iriiiiui'ii i iirnin, nun
will render articulation win v. - Ia lhm
will render nrtlrtilation win v. . U (hrre
tire fiiiltiitioiin, 'lie mire to oirr.u.v tin:
Av KrKM.i:NT Am im.i. Mr,
H7isir' Suvltiiiiu Syrup is nneecl
lent article for all diseases ot c-Iiililrcu. .
it relieves ihechild from pain, regulates
.,, Kiiinme i ami linuv s. nail, hv ir v.
h u.tll( , tlt. Hill.l. comlbris and
lv,u ,lt. tmlwr. During the process
f teelhiiig its value is inestimable:
cures wind eolicnnd griping in the bow-
els. Iliitetter, Smith & Dean, Agents
jor tl0 pm.Hio CoiisU
I"' t'irv Makmiai. Mr. A. K.
Wall is, we learn, a candidate for the
Marsbulship. Mr. W is known in this
ewiiiiiiiiiiity as a steady, energctluman,!
"n,l XVI'" uualiliud lor llio
"f lms a family dypeiHliug on liiin,
d having met with heavy pecuniary
losses during the pat year, Is well de-
serving of support.
HllLUitoiH. Services will be held at '
tho Catholic Church to-morrow at 10" I
o'clock, A. M., Nov. Father IJInmhet, I
Puftor. Sunday School nt i'J o'clock,
M. K. Church to
morrow at 11 o'clock, A. M., Kev. Mr.
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l'fc Mi.nk. ino lute rains luuc
pvt, J ho iiihipk ii fair start ; all the
largo ditches aie full and the boys me
busy making the most of the probable
,l0''t L,ns011 befoi' tl,t'111-
HirruRNKP. Mr. Vnleutino S. Halls,
nn old citixcu of Willow Springs, in
tlilh couutv, has just returuetl Irom a
business visit to tho.Atlantiq.States.
Conoueskio.val Documents nro re-
ruivorUroip Hpn. M. Mallory, M. C,
for ,vlllc)l he' olir tlmilkR.
MaaM wmmm mm
uri,n? ' ji
z,$;!ru,hn,b M,mwp i
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THE UNDERSIGNED BEINQ APPOINTED
by the Probate Court for Josephine oouoty,
Stat of Oregon, ou the 10th day of Jinuary.
A. I)., ,1608, Administrator of tho cstata or
Sterllos Daniels, deocaaed. notice Is hereby
given to all paraoos baring .o)alwn against said
estateto uretent them to me, with ,th nccs-,
eary vouqbws.'wUilp slnootha from tbsdatc:
and all peraoa owing" 'said estate are required
10 mape payment to me, at my rcsiaence, ue
Waldp. la eald count . J
JpHN 0, ELDER. Administrator.
February 3d. 1868.' eh?''
; " - - ' - --
If etice te BeliaMBts !
THE UNDERSIGNEDlHK8Br$Y NOTIFIES
those who are lodebtedUa.bimfor black
smithing, to come forward and make payaacnt.
I must 'bare money ; promltei don't paniT
obligations. An early settlement must be bad.
Let one call be auHclent.
D. 0. MILLER.
Jacksonville, Jan. 6th, IMS. JaolUw
TILL.HKADS PIUNTKp AT TlH:
Ij Skntinki. Onice'st f 12 per thousand.
THE LATEST DISCI VERY I
LBnrcka ! Eurka !
FOUND AT LAST !
Tlie place where goodB arc not
only sold CHEAP, but Cheap.
er than the Cheapest in
When ? Whin ?
At do other place than at
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Wo having received ranch finer stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
Than ever before, now craclonoly In rite all to
come ana lean on me wonuersot our
display. i . '
Copious ErTuslons of DRESS GOODS In all
Styles but the old.
are finer, cheaper and lattr slyle than any In
tbii market. Onr
H a ts
thorn beautiful HUTTEKKLlES"-dld not
enmo around tho Horn, but arrived by Isst
itramcr, direct from New York. Our
sre chiefly of California manufacluro, andVu-
perior to any brought Here, uur
fm, , !, C.n Vn.l.
are enabled to sell n lltltlu lower limn kuv
olhrrllrra In Jackson llli'.
OF CI OTIIIS'O
BOOTS AND HATS,
t,1" T 1 1 7". 'ilml ? lT IF on,f . rY
w. . -v w a. .. . wT
1l4,n ooMat a vmall Ivnco on Sn Krncl
Tlilf l no bltrniy. W' aro prewred to proru
all Me Ute. And If. aner 111!" ulotloin "euuti
cUtlnn," pi will coiuii ami look, then tuottas-
uriilly will ho liuuljftiuully unllo ; and If, nir
liar. ou should buy, will uuredljr laugh very
Delay sot! Bastes! Haatosto
ty3ra' Cheap Cash Store.
Juckomllle. Sept. 'iH, lftOT.
Annual Proclamation I
BEAD I BEAD!
1.1 '; bentUtlil, 1
b ,vjJf " '
power rcnoMd lu me ai pro
prietor ol 1 he
Corner Oregon and Califonia Streeti,
do proclaim, that I Lave taken gteut palm io
selecting oiy itock of
'I obacco, Cigar,
Wood and Imitation Pipe,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Cloth and Tooth Urushee,
(from 81 to ViQ)
end other nrtlcW, the" numbir of which fa to
un-nt, that spico in out sufuuient to f numerate,
I will say, however, that atnoog other articles,
I have a very large hock 01
Ifead, sod large sod well elected muortmeot
Cutlery, Spectacles, Spy-Gluasci,
sod a great many other articles.
Qome, everybody, and examine my good be
fore "going dowo" after yonr spare cash.
MY MOTTO is,
LAROK HALKH AND MMAIX VHOVITH,"
Jacksonville, Oct, S, 18C7. tf
.J.) ir.Vk ?.u 0 3T 'flQfj..
LEAP-YEAR OALICO iALL
VEIT HUTZ' HALL.
rpBBADlES OF JACKSONVILLBWTLli
give, a Lesp;Year Calico Hall, al Yeit
tr's Hall, on the eveolng'of February Ml),
9, to which all ladles and gentlemen ol Jack-
soQvllle and Its vicinity are bceby specially in
VIIWJ. J llic, V uv vvu,
PrnopHa. In Fleet of tXTMBtt. 10 DO BDDllea
j to the purchase of ejbell fof the Dlitrlot School
By the Committee n, IavtaUoo
Jatlfouvlllc, Jau'y 30th, 1868. febl-td
0Vt OX ITOIllfl
bo paid for the
arrfft and conviction of ant
person who can't buy Drrgoodif Cloth-
ing, and General Merchandise, cheaper from
us than from any other mercantile cs-
cttablUhment In town. Tho
arrlral of our
AMI WKU. SKLtCTKD STOCK OP
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
K.NASLK IS TO MAKR THIS LIBSSAL OrrSH.
OUU DRYGOODS DEPAUTMKNT
Ii stocked with the latest style of
Figured dress (tootle
French and English Merinos,
Alpacas and Mohairs,
Wool & cotton Delaines,
French, English and
All of which will be sold at tho very lowest
rates. Our assortment of
ItllSII MNCNS.l'LAI.N AND nOTTKD SWISS, JACO
.KTTS,CnOSS-DAHS, MCTOniA AND
1111)101' LAM. VS. NANZOOKS,
Is well relcctcd, and cheaper than ever be
fore offered In I tils market. Our
SwIm and Jaconelt Kmbrotdcrip,
Llocn, Thread fc. Cotton, I.acn and
Ilonuct and Hilt Itlbbons,
aro the latest styles, and sold at prices to defy
Wo otto haro tho newot fashions of
LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDRENS'
Hats and Cloaks,
and an Immense slock of alt kinds of
1 HHKAKFA8T CAPES,
' WOOLEN" (1 LOVES,
' "' NUBIAS,
Woolen and Cotton l!oc of every description,
Also an entire new stock or Ladles, MIsm'S,
Children and Infant' Shoes, all of which will
Iw sold at the mot rt-asonabto prices. Our
liliuchttl and Unbli-ucli'tl
Napkins ii Toweling
aro of lite my latest manufacture, aud sold
and Kurnlsblnu (IikxIs, Hat', Caps, Hoots and
BUjii-n nsiem uimri ana nunKuts,
Wall Paper, Willow Ware,
LIQI'OIIS arc lyliij; on the italics and In tho
warehouMi In great profuilou, and will bo sold
Great Reduction in Prices.
I'lt-ant lve us a call, and examine our stock
aud price before purchaslut; tl.owhtre.
Jackrouvlllo, Kept. 12, I8G7. If
STAR OF Til E UNION
) CELEBRATED (
TIimm delirious stuiuuli Illlttrs aro entlrtlr?
) VegrUU. tud fri (ruui slootwl sml sttnr liurv i
IU1 iDDtKUfni. a H
lcotut tniili, ami nicxl)
i imebl drinlf. the intlkit U DumlMl nit lit
imUkjuou! roiuiunli i bul'l II Wi: bllU-r.iiudr t
rrom Km urekt vxttm-i of lalU t't, l.rk (
na Iicri.. mm tauiirsbiy laiMra 111 inc 1 um ui
tlUffeotloDsofltie HOiiukIi. Klilti)r(.UTiriiid
novri, surn vjntu, ftr, nurtua,.
Ixjm of AiiiUI, tie. do. I or Ml evi mUrc. (
A. lK.SKHAl'hlV. rkiLK Utvriiiiui,
rfr.t4snMin jaikMtn. Nn irsw lwo
HOWARD & SMITH,
Manufacture, to older,
DOORS, ; """
DRESSED FLOORING kC.
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE UANUFaC
torlog at thslr new steam Dianlng mill the
above named and many more articles, at great
ly reduced prices. Bash of all sites ou band
or made to ordcrr-eltber glazd or unglazcd.
Mouldings, from one-half Inch to a eve inch
crown mould. Orders for tbeso articles, and
all work fa Carpentering and liulldlng, done
with dispatch, and In a workman-like manner.
Persons wjio contemplate bulpijng, would do
well to call oo ui before making contract else-
W rDfekTAfinNfdone (a a
neat anif appro-
mv9 fimiipfii , (
Shop on California Street, near the bridge.
JIUWAMU A SMITH.
Jacksonville, Nov. 29tb, 1867, novJOlf
THEBIQMBST.OASH PIIOEH PAID FOR
,UI4m Vr slli kinds, delivered at the market
of the itadeMcMsl.lo Jacksoovllle.
i'liu -R JOUNORTII,
December 6tb 18C6.
JAMKS T. dl.R.N!S, 1 ' JoloT'ji.lUKlM
u Au5tadtcii SlAtafiK'. "
GLENN, DRUM & CO..
' CALIFORNIA STitKCT,
NEW FIRM. Ml
LOW PRICES WILL WIN !
THE AIIOVK NARIKD F1HRI
lake pleasure In notifying their Irlcnds
ami the public generally, lliat they aro now
receiving and opening a very largo and ex
tensive stock of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHINO,
HATS AND CAPS,
CALIFORNIA AND SALEM
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladles', Misses' nnd Children's Bhors.
r Wo hove, nlso, In connection nlih -rj3a
JWaJT- the above, n very lurgo und "XSH.
J5s5y extensive itodt of choice "ffia
8kf" Groceries, Ilnnlwure. -IK
y- Qumiswsri', "Xu
i)r Glass- -YiJa
Ctir warc.C'ullery, -Tj3a
SkiV 1'nlnta and Oils: also, "(ia
BSrWImlow Glnss, Nulls, Iron-YDa
ir nnd Strcl, Cl nnd Hleel -trl
Jktf" Plows, Wooden and Willow ware, "Da
Wo are ready to sell anything In our llnoat
tho LOWESrUASII PRICE. IVrsousulshlng
lolitiygnoil', will find It grrmly to their ad
vanlago to examine our stock before purchas.
Ing elsewhere, ns we nro determined not to bo
undersold by any house In Jitcksou county.
(live us a call, aud then Judge lor yourself
as to our capacity to furnish goods ns ubntv,
; ,ul.i:nn, drum, & cu.
Jacksonville, .March 2, I6C7. f
NEW DIGGINGS STRUCK I
WILLOW SPRINGS STORE,
si 11.1.UW Si'itiNu Jackson Co,, .
W.M. Uir.GIMJ l'HOJ'IUKTOH
nniiti iiiiilcrslKiit'il licrcttv uit-
X imunci'S to the citizens of Willow .Springs,
ami viciuny, tlisl no ni npenni it store In ll.at
place, nnd orUr lor sale his large mid nell
select) d slock of
OLOTIIING OP ALL KINDS,
HOOTS AND SlIOHS,
HATS AND OAPS, ',
UIlOCKIUi:S, ' .' '..
LlQUOItS, " '.
and all kind of general merchandise. Tciint
salo aro tasy cash down.
Call around allow yourselvo to bo convinced
Goods can bu noltl
Juiit um Cheap an in Jacksonville,
Willow Hprlngs. Oct. 9, IHCJ. 6cll2lf
II. S, Kmkhv,
41. V. IIUKK.
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OX
builder, and all who have building In
contemplation to thu fact that their splendid
new 1'LANING MILL I In succcstful opera
tion, and that they aro ablo to do
PLANING QF ALL KINDS.
'1ONQUCIN0 AND GROOVING,
And anything lu the lino on short notice, In
the best style, and at reduced rati. Other sic
perlor iiucblnery, In conjunction with thu
i'LANEIt, enables them to lurnlbti
DOOIta AND HASH,
DOOK AND WINDOW FRAMES,
AN1 PURN1TUJ5B, .
At low rates : In fact, wo u determined not
to bo undersold by any other manufacturer n
our Hue, Glveu acnll.
S-r ' KMK11V &' BLAKE.
Ashland, Feb. 16th, 1668. reblo3m
Nvllce of Final Hetilenteat.
IN THE COUNTY COURT, OF THE STATE
of, Oregon, for the oobnty of Jacksou.
In the matter ol tho istate of Ruth Ann
,iJwodcesed: ? l,rt
E. E. Gore baying filed, his af count as admin
istrator of said Mtato, praying for a final set
tjem.qnt of the same i therefore, qpfice Isjiero
by given to all whom it may concern, that, tho
'said prayer or application will be beard and
determined In the County Court of said oounty,
on Thursday, the fllli day of March, A. .Ii.,
1808, at which time all portons having objec
tions, to tho fissl settlement and account, must,
make tho camo. Dy order of the Court.
, WvIL 8. IIVDB, Clerk.
Jacksonville, Feb. 7 lb, 1808, febS-lw
KEDi NGTON 4c CO'S
This vslnnblo prrparstlon, conlalnliig In it
highly eonetntrnted form all tho properties tf
JannlcA Ginger, ha become ono of tho mrit
popular clomejllc rcmrdiis for all dlrnf bf
the stomach nnd illceMlve organs.
As n tonic, It will be found Inrntuililo 'to all
jtrsom rccovtrlng from iTcbltltyt whether prd
tluecd by fever or otherwise, for whllt It Im
parls to the aystem all the clow ami vigor
that can lc produced by lirnndy, It I, entirely
frro from the re actlonnry effects of spirit o'f
any kind. '
It is also an excellent remedy for lemalf
who suffer from difficult tiichilurnttori, givlil;;
almost Immediate relief to Ihc psm that n
frtqaently accompany that period. It give
Immediate relief to S'ausea, cousrt) by riding
In n railroad car, or by sea slcknes! or other
causes. . -,
it I also valuable as so external npplicn
ttou lor gout, rheumatism, neuralgia, etc,
REDINGTON K To., AUEMS KOIl THIS COIST.
Dated April 34th, 18G7. ap27yl-ln
Stop that Coughing!
Home you of can't; we pity yon. Voti hnva
tried every remedy but the one ilrsllnnl by It
lotrioslo merit to supersede all similar prepa
rations. It Is not surprising you should he re
luctant to try something rlso, nflrr thomiily
experiments voti have made ol trSshy com
pounds lolstcd on the nubile ns n ccrtalu cure:
t i , ,
In really the VliltV IIKS'I' remcily cier com
poundrd for tho euro of coughs, cold, soro
throat, asthma, whooping couqb,, bronchlti
nnd consumptlnp 'I housan.Is or' peoplo In
California and Oregon have been already heii
cflttcd by tho surprising curative xwrrj of
and with one nrcord glvo It their nnriiinlif
approbation. Wo now address ourrclvrs to
ll who aro unaciiualntiil with this, the it rent est
Panaccn ol the nge, fur lhr lifnlln' lif nil dli
rnses of the Throat anil Litngs, assuring you
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