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Ob ytarby carrier, In bdtBiice 10 00
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advanco i2 00
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BMMllnl matter on nierj piMt.
VltUAM 0. UKI.KNAV, a son of
iha Mcretary" of war, died recently at
Keokuk, Iowa, and wan buried at that
city on tbo lltu mat.
iajpers nnd'ncprocs is in progress at
Nelsonvillo, Ohio. Governor Allen
has taken the ncoessary precautionary
depa to quell tho, disturbance.
,1105. Schuyler Colfax, has bcon
r writing a letter on the granger ques
tion, and has arrived at tho conclusion
that there arc railroad rights ns well ae
; TnCflrst number of tho Marion
Monitor,' a Williamson county jour
nal to before us The "Salutatory"
promises that tho Monitor shall' be
a live, original red-hot homo now pa
por, boitho opponent of cliques, thc
friend' of the peoplo and decidedly in
dependent in cvory thing. Wc wish
M n. F.M. l'lOKCTT, of the llarrisv
burg 'Chronicle' Is always in tho city"
when wo are not. lie has called upon
The Bulletin several times 'lately,
'but he has mii3ed us there has always
been "a vacant chair." The 'Chronical'
is a good paper ono of our best ex
changes, aud affects tho farmers' move
ment. Pickett was one of tho late anti
monopoly statu conventionitc?.
Last week a bill passed by the
- house of icprcrentativcs, fixing the
"Salaries of-tbVNew York postmaster at
$6,000; and diviscd all others into four
Thn.in whom nalnrie nrc. nil
not moro than 83,000 nor less than
82,000; not moro than 82,000 nor less
than 1,000; and tho.-o whose annual
compensation is less than 1.000. Post
masters of tho first threo classes aro to
be appointed or removed with the con-
sent of tbo senate, thoao of tho fourth
class are to bo appointed or removed by
the postmaster gcucrnl.
It would appear to bo undeistood in
Washington political circles that,
whilst congress declines to expol Mr.
Cannon, tho polygamous delegate from
c x U'.'-Vyct the.eentimont against him is
' so strong ;that ho will not return to
take his scat after this session. Can
non has expressed tbc opinion that nil
other Mormon hegira will result from
the course of congrosa toward his pco-pie-
The suggestion nrUoH that, its
''Ithc'InUfansaro .pglygamists, aud tho
Government provides reservations
' gang, blanket, broech-olouts, medals
and annuities for them, why not treat
tua.AIorjuona.in tho samo wav?
"' ''- "
In tho U. S. cirouit court, at Jlich.
mond ,Va.. on tho fifth inst.. Chief
Justice Wtito, of tho U. 8. supremo
court, rendered a decision, declaring un
constitutional, null and void, tho amen
' datory U. S. bankruptcy act of March
3 He contends that congress
oouMaot fix one exemption in one
state nnd ono-in another, but must tako
the state exemptions ns thoy exist iu
XUB. ll?t0 andriwdording to the couBtruo
, tion given to thorn by the atato tribu
nals. Thff chie-f ' justice says of tho
amendatory act :
I'Uchangcs existiug rights between
the debtor and the creditor. Such
changes to be warranted by thocoiiHti
tution must be uniform in their oper
- tibn.Ttt.Ubot. Tho consequence
X. a tl ?.t r 1872 ""ina tin.
changed notwithstanding. aUfi,pted
nmsndracnt in 1873." -
IllSTOUYOr TIIE WAlt.
A Wajhington dispatch HayB
amendment of great importance t0 ,j,
oivi appropriation bill was aaoptu(1
rtb, n0u.0of congress on lat Fri
day. Jt provides for cowmenoing the
Bubl ioatinn.nf .11 n-.!.i U1B
nar, mciuuiog tbo confedor
rri.. ...u: . .
muv ruujoci was orougut up io the
military committee by Mr. Gunckel
- -vU. UUU,U WQ a(J a,80 jJa(j
tha-wbjoot .under consideration at
"ru, apu urged it, anJ nll
the members of the committee agr0ed
to 'the projeot. ,
Adjutant Genoral Townsend, who
happened to be present, also earnestly
supported the proposition, and as a re
suit Gen. Coburn .reported the follow-'
Jog otion in thr, house, and it ws(
"-"'' nn.lln LI
tfoecretary of war to bogin tbo publica
tion of tho records of tho war of tho
rcbollton, bolh of tho union and con
federate armies. Tho sum of 915,
ObO i appropriated, nnd the hecrotary
of war is horoby mrcc'.eu to liavo
copied for tbo "public printer nil re
ports, letters, telegrams and orders uot
nitiioncycopica, ana prinicu aim prop-.
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Senator Logan lias cxprei-'cd much
iutcrost iu ?uob publications, nnd will
advocato it in tbo innate. A large
mass of this documontnry material was
prepared .undoc rcsoluti i i Ii
passcuy)on iiftoUtho close m tlm war.
but was Bubsoquontly resoined through,
the influence of parttcs.ip.jntercst. -It
is believed that tbc work will now go
on until all tbo official records
necessary to complete tbo history oi
tbc .war aro prcsonted in print.
V AM INK IN JERUSALEM.
'Again the cry of waut comes out of
Jerusalem. luiuiuo uaioib iu"
gftfoMt result ibr inany'M'ni" '-J
has" not been produced by tho negli
gence of tho peoplo to till tho land, but
from Jordoii overflowing thc plains of
bbaron, by which tbo lunds lying to
tuo west were converted into mere
swamps. Corn, which wns usually sold
ut twenty piastres, aud was then bo
yond the reach of ull but tho rich, is
now. culling at forty-two piastres, tbo
result of which in a condition that do
mauds immediate relief. The leading
men of the holy city have written an
tficcting appeal to Sir .Moes Monte
fiore ot London, dated 20th Niouu,
.1031, of which the following is in part
mTIio fearful necessities of the
daughter' of .Icrusalem, and .the! erics
lor bread ot thousands ot souls who
have never bcloro suffered from Mich
soro need, utl-c us to cry aloud nnd
uK Ii r. -i!
npiiru uui. ) u appeal iu iuuu leenugn
of pity and mercy which havo their
dwelling place in your heart, O ! prince
of'dur.natiou! as well as in thc hearts
of thc people of tho God of Abraham,
who at your call will rally round to
help Zion and to give bread unto tbc
inhabitant) thereof. k or all her peo
ple sighj they seek bread; they have
given their pleasant things for meat to
relieve their souls. Agriovous famino
has .siiil't"1 come upftn us. We are
become a reproach to our neighbors,
who cry: 'Where are you brethren,
your mighty ones, those who are of old,
renowned for benevolence? Let them
arise and help, and do valiantly in Is-
Israel turn unto you, who have ever
been a father unto Jerusalem, that you
R.vifves of 'iy.IdiJJJt?41 deliverance,
whose souls arc bowed down to the
dust. May the cries of old men and
woman, tbc cries of babes, and suck
lings and tho groans of the famine
stricken awaken your ancient lovo for
Ziou; may you not stand afar off and
hide yourself in time of trouble !
Arhe, stretch out your arm, and go
forth to thc salvation of tho peoplo, and
thc Lord will bo with you, and will
havo inurcy on his land, and will (-pare
TYPHOID FEVER AND
The British 'Medical Journal' finds
a now text for its advooacy of good
drainings in an outbreak of typhoid
fever in Lord Cadogan'o family, in
Loudon. Tho 'Journal' cays: "much
sympathy is felt in London socioty at
the outbreak of typhoid fever in Lord
vuuuguu o lumiij, uuu mo aircumstnu
ccs aro not without nn important pub
no lesson, utio conditions under
which u occurred rcscmblo in a ro.
tnarkablo degree thoso which gave riso
to tliu outbreak of typhoid fever nmone
tno visitors at Londosborough lodge
of whom the Priuco of WhI
of tho suftcrers. There aro six child-
ren in tno lamily, and thoy had been
for a few weeks in occupation of Lord
h cho's town hcusc, No. L'.'J St. James'
I lace, whom threo of them
with typhoid fovcr within a ten ilnvB
r,Pnl, ...I T 11 I . J.
i-uwiuuici. jjoru u ncisea. wliolmil
a eoro atiacK, ih progressing favora
nij'i tliougll stll vcrv weak. Tl,
v.iiiuivu iiiuiiuui wen, iracuig
iiiurauju ui win ouiureat, it appears
that the houso has tho oharaoturistin
sanitary defects of bo many of our
7" uu uuumry nouses. M ho olosots
Mtuated in thn center of the houso
enter on the bedroom landings; tho
soil-pipes nro not ventilated, and, as
mere aro sometimes downward cur
rcuis inrougu tno ventilating shafts of
cioseis, Hewer air easily buds its way
into tho house. Tho wastepipes of
tho water cisterns pass directly into
tho soil-pipes. Tho lessons of tho
most impressive oveuts nro speedily
forgotten, and so it would nppcar that.
In ....... i'il.- 1 I t
u iuuuj oi wio most luxurious man
sions ot tuts oountrry, 'tho teachings o
tho Prince's illness .' which nt dm tin,,
were ooboed bv a thousand
Imvu passod unheeded."
In connection with tho recent salo of
thu works of the Pronco sculptor,
Jules Carpcaux, a Paris paper pub
isues tho following anecdote : While
tbo hmperor Napoleon was in Algeria,
tarpeaux was sout for to thu Tuilorics
thViM mPTrc?8' 11,11150 a 8,a''o of
hnv i I,nPW. Kvory day thc
&.hS,W' lca8h ,li9 ,k,,X
two HnB' ro' p?sca for hour or
two. Soon tho model, uhn u ..i.,.
oi such talent, became motatnorpboscd
delicate fingers, sprang up three work,
f no perfect, at least remarkable, con-'
sidering tho extreme youth of tho
hack, and two busts, ouo of the em
peror and tho othor of M. Monuier, the
Pnnce'B tutor. Tl.w -,. ,
Majesty Nanolenn fT. M t,su
howo ' ,ulur"
Younu clergymen may cct a hint
from reading, just boforo going to bed,
tho following oxtrnet from ono of Mr.
licechorfl recont Hcrmons, "I sleep
Saturday nichts for Sunday. My host
sermons are nlways slopt up. I Via iu
tho morning in that dreamy stato
when my body fceum to bo usloop and
my mind widol awake, and I fashion
my sermons. It you could bear ouo
of thorn you would nover want to hear
thorn as hero delivered ; they nro so
much larger and moro symmetrical, 1
add I often xpring from my bed say
ing, 'Itod help mo, 1 will havo a ser
mon to-dav !' but the moment 1 want
to impris-ju my thoughts into words
thoy nro gone I And so I say I have
an oxporience of tho higher life, mo-
moniary mougn u uc, a mini nnu ice
bio nnaloguc of the disclosures that
arc yet to come in the othor life."
A glass of whisky is manufactured
from nbout seventy grains of corn,
tho value of which is too Binall to be
estimated. A glass of this mixturo
sells for a dime, and if a good brand is
considered worth tho monoy. It fires
tho brain, doraiiRC and weakens the
BVStcm. On the.,samn sido-Vioard at
served, lies a newspaper. It is covered
with a half a million tvnes it brititra
intelligence from tho four quarters of
tno globe, liio newspaper costs lesa
than the glass of grog, but it is no
less truo that thcro is a large number
of peoplo who think corn juice cheap,
and newsnaners doar. fWashineton
Du. William Clocoii, an eccen
tric physician of Pittsfield, Mass., died
la,"tweck. Ho rarely took an adequate
ice, never astcu any nay ot tbo poor.
and his hcuso was mado of marble
bowlders, which ho had Ink en of the
farmers In lieu of fees, while they were
cut aud laid by the laborer whom ho
treated. As be grew older, his pcctih
aritics grew upon him, aud tho most
striking feature about his practico was
nis repugnance to receiving any
remuneration wliatever tor his scrv
JAMES ANTHONY L' KOUDK IS One
of about fifty priests and deacons of
the hnglish church who has rclin
quished holy orders between August
J, 1870, and July 4. 167.'$. He was
deacon, and relinquished thc office in
A TROUBLESOME VERB.
"I begin to understand your lan
guage better,'' said my French friend.
Mr. Arcourt, to me, "but your verbs
trouble me still, you mix them up so
witn your preposition.
"I am sorry you find Oieu so
- ii t pmild say.
a tobL,nanste sLe
Am I right there. bowekeown"
"Break up houickceping. she must
"O, yes, 1 remember, break
"Why docs she do that ! ' 1 asked.
"Because her health is so broken
"Broken down, you should say."
"Broken down oh ! yes. And, in
deed, since the small-pox has
broken up in our city "
"Broken out "
"She thinks she will leave it for a
"Will sho leavo her house alone?"
' No; bho is afraid it will bo broken
broken how do I say that?"
"Certainly; that is what I meant to
"Is her son to be married soon?"
"No; tho engagement is broken
"Ves; broken oil."
"Ahl I had uot heard of that.''
"Sho is very sorry about it. Her
son only broko the news down to her
last week. Am I richt? I am so am
lout to speak English well."
"ilo merely broko tho news:
preposition this time."
'It is hard to understand. That
young man, her son, is a lino fellow
breaker, I think."
"A broker, and a very fine fell
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
Caiiiio.nkai.k .laekton County,
.May ir., lbTl.
Un condition that i kiiilUlcnt niimlierot
young pemoiH dcHlro, and uro wllllnt; to
vuuuiuuie a very mil l bum toward i cfrav
Ink expend--ay two linndred at foil
Uo.lar eacli-u .Norm il institute will lie held
In tint now hulldlni;, coiniiioi.ctnir .inly i.ihu
day ofdodleatllii-tlKiliulldliign.aiid continue
uiLiuiy .11. 'IJ10 I'rineipul ot the L'nlvcrdity
navo ciiare, and tho membcra
tho faculty Mil glvo tho mulii part ot Hie In.
Uruiiloii. At lcut ton lecturcN will lm Ldvcn
anil, Iftlie cash contributed Is kutllclcnt, the
went men or thin unto n MUtouri and Indl
ana, will lie brought In for Hiun.i leeturern.
If not more lliuu om liundrudmut iliiv ut.
leuu, 1110 pornonn contract with tho Instnic
toi K will bo greater and the profit mora j and
111. thu expeiuu or tho In tltutlon will lm tho
ame, tho fee hould ho Mvo dollar. If llirco
hundred attend, t)t. r,..c could bo reduced to
AMUOMnioirxikiaturo mavcn no provl
loh for jiaylny tho oxpciiteu ot kuch an In
tltutu, ho dctlrabla to and vuluablu to publle
ijouthi'rn Illinois, add another tuvor to tho
many they havo already done tho coiumu
my, and glvn HiU announcement neeral
gratuitous Intel tlon in u good place, and
call tho attention of tcochert to It t
Let all wue with to attonu, semi then
nnmen at once and not later than Juno 110,
prox-to Dr. ltobrab, hocretary of trustecMf
Southern IlllnolM NorinaUlnlvorfclty.Carbon
dale. flood board can be had In Carbondnlo at
N. II. Tho Inktltuto cauuot bo hold with
Una than one hundred and fifty who will pay
Ave dollar eueh. ltonnitT Auvn,
rrllli'lnnt nf l-'iniill.
1 ttiko pleasure in ('tilling
tho attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock ot
new and elegant Furnituro, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street, and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Bedstoadi, 'Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash-
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
nil u...i to 1 nv 01.jU.
mental in my line.
This being tho only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose oll'ering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large redtbr
in the price? of r.ll my goods.
0)V examine my stock
.u I secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I oiler special induce
ments. Noto the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale ind Retail Dealer iu Fur
niture and Matrasses.
Oticc.iswiir.', Chum, (Sins ware, Itock
cnlum an I Yellow Wnre, Stoneware,
China Ornaments and Toys, Fancy
(iGodx, rlutcdwarc, Tuliht nnd
Pocket Cutlery, Lamp, Lanp
Chlniieys, Lamp Trimmings,
Looking (ilasses. etc.
In fact cury Vina or goods belonging to a
r ini ia
Quem xt r W A R. E
roriucncxmxiy uay, I will oner tbo
aboe fooiln at ail below cot,forca.h only.
-wiv kuuos iiiuai ie hoiuio cioic tlie concern.
Clocc buvcrs are i.)Cclally Invited, cither to
command see fo tlicinsehes or (.end their
order-. In cltber'ite I guarantee satisfaction
I. T. THOMAS.
AsHsiee ori'arnon, Davis .v co.
t'alao, HI., Apil 13, 18 74.
Cairo B07 and Basket Co.
or AM. .I.NDS, IIAIIII AM) HO IT,
Ki'fi coiut.-iiitly oiilmlid
Mill and V
Conner .11th Street
ami Ohio Levee.
, WAUL &, ENT,
M.iiiiifnetiii. rxand Dealer in
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
IWLAH.OAK. OVl'KUH. A tilt, (1UM
AND COTTONWOOD, tjUU
PAOKD LU ill) Kit,
DKESSKD l'INK. Abll AND l'Ol'.
JAH FLOORING, OKILNd AN J)
t? "Ollico at aw mill on corner of Twrn.
''-cond utruct and Ohio Levco.
DR. W. 15LAUW
JuaiT Jllrck (up Halm) corner hlb Blrb
and "Washington Avoiiua,
w :il-tf ('.MHO. TIililNom
CI I Lit Ml At.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOll 1) KALE HS
No. (10 Ohio Lovcc,
CAIRO, 1L1.1 NO IS
B F. PARKER,
(Sticces'or to Parker k I'.lnke.)
PAINTS & OILS
WALL PAP Kit.
And Hip ivlt'lnnlt'.l uiiM.il.,.,il.1)(
llroH' UullJIng, llth St.iV: Comorelnl A v.
Boot & Shoe
Jlctwcei! Tenth and Klcveiitli StrecU,
Ik hi CD.'iroil to till onlerit IILout dcl.iv,
lie Iihk a unn luck orinir.il(d luatlicr un
liand.jut recohtnl from .N(upcrk, and liu
put down ilia priced to tye lowt?t nuteli.
C. H. WHEELER,
ArOOD AND GOAL
OFKlCi: AND YAItI,
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply ot IMttsburi; mid l
Muddy coal uonxtantly on band. Stove
wood rawed to order. Order for ocal oi
wood should be lo!t at the ollico on Tenib
toreot. Terms, cahb on delivery.
K. iMAXWJ-UiJi & CO.,
.Manufacturer and Dealer Iu
.MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
AXLE Gil EASE,
Alo Aniiln ( . .
No. 710,' North Maine .Street,;
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
t'UKMI NI'llI UOUW4
MRS. M . J A O K S O N ,
(Formerly Mrs. Swander,)
announca that ho ha mf openod a Uro
ili-TH, IJONNKTS, KLOWEKH, IiI1o. .
r ..." w. JVIKDH,
Lauim iuuNitmmo Goodh. MnT.A. u
UltIM 1'HIMUIUIU nw A.. 1- 1
,ni lJ0."S0XlD ln millinery hUreL all
X..h ipeu oi at Ibo Ion-cut
JJnl, ,IBcKHon respoctni y
ukan continuation of tho pataomuo whl eh
ih 0 ""l ,M'f bOBUowcd upon her bv
''non ui tvairn anil mo vicinity.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
remap of tli! dealrliig Henlal Work.
Mai Uia wen over twenty y.mn ii"Tn.niliy
i!ii(;uKi:d In the tildy ami prap Ice i l)-nff.
try. In all IU varloiiN hriinsliuM, liu ri-l lutl
ii -ii in sajiiig inai mil nathlaclloii will ho
All Work WAK1UXTKII WmlaMi iory
.;.iii.iii j.i nnt'ii iic.iieil. Dr. J'aik-
ii. uii in I'iciiiiiuii 10 niaau
0M) ANI NILVKK IT.ATi:,
OHMSII AM) AMKltltJAK 1,A-
IWA, ANJ) CI.'liLUliOIl) 1IAHI!
mi 'llnh?.'.. a'l("lc'!I'.te1t' on i-maklnK a fine
.."..iiiuiiMt i, uuuu aavine 1110 li'dtli for life.
i iVi'Jt r,?iV.H. SIh " a h 1 - ltrarting M contu,
Silver tilling Wi cent.
Illy.. ....... . ' IIUIhllKIII' I
Oflllco room Iu W.O. Crry's ItiilUtini?.
Corner Kl.vl h uir....i .....i i.,,.,,,.:....i..i ...
Wl ..iiliiiuru Ull ni.lll HirOCI.
- - v. W..IIIIUI ii;m IHL'IMK!
CARRIAGE & WAGON
MANUFACTURE JR. I
Sixth Street ami Commercial Avcnnc,
' ii iili'iirinc .1' :l..n I
T HOLES ALU
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Toilctt Articles. Druuirist's
Load im.1 Ot.icr Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnish
Window Glass, Wax Jflowor Material, Tubo Colors, Dt
Stulls, T.tc, Ktc, Etc. f
AW Solicit torrcrpoidrneu and order
In want ol (oNlnni.r l.lno. Mteamhoat.
i.-iivi ui i. ..iiut.i nun uruaMie iriiK ui jicasonauiu iiaie
Wlini.VSI.K - V.TAIT . IH'Tlll t. DUPcnwiiiTinM ii
71 Ol.lo Lever. Wnshliigton Aic. cor. Eighth
(Lato Proprietor of the St. Nicholas Hotel)
Bat become Supcriutcudeut of thu
COKNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
. '1"'r having taken charge of thin old and well-known houhe, v!J
once givo it a thorough renovating, and put it in first-clam order for the rcfl
tlOIl ifUUfit. Mr. W..IL- ir will trnlofiinn Iiim ntil Pimlnmnru trx !,
will ulwayg le glad to eco them.
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First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
SO Ohio Levee -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho Planter's House is located on Ohio Leveo Street in
POTS AjStD STEAMBOT LAA DINGS.
And in tho Center of tho Uuhiness 1'ortimi of tho City. Tho Houso is SI
mid ooinphdn in nl) it nppointincntH. Tho roomB. nro larco and airv. beijl
Ii....... l .1.. i' !... 1 1 .l Ml . . 1 Hi
i.'n'iiiy jiirniHi icu nun cariifiuu.
meut and tho best of aiWornuiodttioiiK.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
O.W. DUNNING, M. D.
UEHIDKNCK cornr.r Nlnfh nmi AVHlnnt
m. ntul n n. in
1'erfuuiory, Soaps, linislnj
Fancv Goods. Collier "Win"
from l)riiKi;ltK, l'hydclan and Ocneral Slo!
I'lanuitlon and Kamlly iledtclno cac Iu.
H OT EI
..... uih wHutviiivin iw inv inn nuuiu.
TO 11ATLRO AD D
uiicsih win receive courteous tv
Day Boarders $-20 per Mor
and Boats Day and
J)K. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for tho Lu:
fkmm nun i 111 i.1.... mil i .H
ilia uiwu jvjiE.iiiuA.ft jJ.'
Conmmiitlou Is NOT an Incurable ills
I'liyidjlnns assuro ubthla fact. U In
neco Brv to liavo the Itlght Itemed)',
uiu iuiiiuiu muiuuy van uu coniuereu.
Hall's Sahara Is this Remedy,
,H Ij leaks up tho night swoiiti, relieve r
np. rehtlvo tiKlunud acros.tbo luufrB.fl
aeal . lunimtcinuu iiiui o.enrioio(i iurfl
wlilc Ii tlieicnom oi tho dlsouao nrodiutl
Will. LIFE LASTS THERE IS II II
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alter tin doctors havo given you up
llall'H Hlnm 1b sold everywhere
may be h d at wholekale of tho Proprlt
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