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CHARTERED MAKOM XI. 180
CITY NATIONAL BAHK.CAIBO
. i - - - -orricaM!
A II. SAKKOIIK, IVtMent.
H S TAYI.OIt, Vice lYMMfnt.
W. llVal.OI', .-Wy aiiiTnaurer
l. M, lUtlCI.AY, Cl(A (lALlimin,
M HTOCKri.Mll, l'Al'Ltl Krtll'ii,
It, II CtlXHINOIIAM. It I, llAI.MOAY,
J. M. I'lULur.
IOTKKKST pal'l nn ilPKltii nl Die rate of nix
imrcent. r annum, March lt ami Htiitem
Iiit 1st, Intrrml not withdrawn la wlilnl Inline
lljldy fr IIk- principal of I he ttioltJ, thereby
pIvhiK them coinuouml Interest.
Morriod Worn on and Children may
Deposit Monoy and no ono
oIbo can draw it.
()rn every bmlnessilay frotntij.m. in 3 i.m.
1,1 Saturday rtrnhiK, lur m liitf il nU only
rum u ton o'clock.
W. UY8LOP. Treasurer.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 4100,000
orr jckiw . .
W ! HA I.I.I I) A V, )'r-l'W-"
IIKMtV I.. IIAI.MI1AY, Vliol'rut
A II M.Wr Oltl). Ciwlilir
WAl.TKIt HVSI.Or, Au'lLvhlrr
H. BTAATH TAYI-OM, It. II ('I'KNl.lflllAM,
II I, IlALLlUAY, W I' llALUDAY,
(J 1) Wiluau'ox, fm.nit.-i limp,
A II HAriaKti
" - - . -
Exchange, Coin and United BtatOH
UondB Bought and Sold.
TF.rosiTS rerrlttd and a r,tmral banking
K llroM. I'rr.lili-nt. II UVlls t'j.lilir
I' .Vi lT. let- I'rcVI. T.J Iti-Ttti. Ast Otih'r
I II I HI
Corner Commercial Avo. anil 8th Street,
I' Urn , (.ulru W'm KIiip, nlro,
I' .iir, l alm Win Wnlie, aim.
A Kuuiiika, Cairo It I.. Illllliig.lcy, st l.ttl,.
V. Under, Cairo II. WVIIf, I aim.
V II llrlnlman, t. luili,
A Uriii-ml ItnnUliiz IIiimImc. Hour.
ryKxrliaw soM ami ljiilit Interest paid
n tin- St0iK. lrrUii-iit i ollreilun, modi-,
ami all lu Inr, promptly ntltid-d to.
. Big Muddy Mwphy:lioro) Ccal,
n.rlit in tlx-UiatV.l, AIo all limit of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Delivered to any part
of tho City Promptly.
Loavo OrdcrH at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Olllco, at Nar
row Gan go Depot.
TERMS-Nett Cash on Dolivcry
JAMES K. LANK
C .tat I. TruaferCo.
SAVES FUEL! SAVfiS LABOR I
Cailion I, u of tin. ort conductor, of lirat
Inonii, a ilrjo.it or IJtl m i. n inch mi 'he luU
juli pa loan r IS per n ut. ol lui-l.
Till. Till' Cleaner l made of eprini; Heel. Uich
I itiiriit l of ItMltnrprini,', and ili.l.iul. In a r.
Iilclr.lu .on. lci,n-.. ualn.t tlx- Iii.ulu of I la
'iIh rnnotlni; r.ll the MrlMin anil i-cnU- ultliuut
in rllglitr't Injury In llm tiilM-.
(luirantcitl In ill an holti-r, lal Innsrr, and work
I -li-r llitn ant In 1 1 1 - nmrUrt. Adnimd and In u-o
I llm I rt, .Navy. Kor ralu by diii'iu. tsrtiit for
tiii: u.i..iii:its sniM'ii ro.,
Afitnl. for lliu I'nllttl St.itu,
'out of i'Uiut (Ith Hti.'ct, Voile.
N Hvnj,!. rt U tttb .l rU .lf...r Iku j..f.
choice nmm: mm,
Tho Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 BARCLAY ST. HEW YORK
continue their mtthcrkol llcinllits of I lie
LONDON QUAKTKULY KKVIKW-Con-torvatlvc.
HltlTISU (JlfAimntLY EV1KV-Kvn.
CoiitulnliiK tuuttcrly (tIUHmiik ami ninium
i, rlcn ol'ull Hint U Iio-li ami valiinblo la
Itcraturc, Si'lctn-c, ami Art ; ami
The mo'-t powcrlnl uiontlily in tho KiikII-1i
LatiHiiau'P. fainoiiH (of .STOItlKS, KSSAYsi,
OF THC HIGHEST LITCRARY MERIT.
ww, steel to: cm
THIOLS (Incliitlliij; roMnse).:
Payable Strictly in Advance.
Kor aiiy one iiuvii-w, f 4 oti tier nuntnn
i Kor any two Uovlov, 7 (Hi '
r'or any tlirco IUvlcvi, in ihi
Kor all lour Kuviiiwc , Vi 00 "
Kor lilitckwooir Jlu(;a-
zluc, 4 0(1 '
Kor lllaulcwooil n:;il one
UutIuw, 7 00 "
Kor lllackwooil and two
HnvlowN, 10 00
Kor IllatUwooil ami tlirco
Hovlown, 13 00 "
Kor lllackwooil iiiul tho
lourltevlow, IB 00
A illiicoiint of twenty prr ccut. will be !
lowtd to clubn or four or mora tiertonti:
'l'liua: foiiruopicH ot Jllaikwoodorof one
llevlew will bo Kent to ono aJilre fur
V1 HO, lo'.ir coplca of the four Hiu a and
HUckwoodloi' $18, am) to on.
Circular! with further particular! may be
bvl on application.
TUB LtONAHL) SCOTT I'UBl.'NO CO.
41 Barclay Street. New York,
The Sub-Committee of Foreign
Affairs Delve Among the
Accounts of Ameri
And Find Them, of Coui'so, in
an Exceedingly Perverse
and Crooked Con
dition. Parson (Newman's Swin
dling Trip Around tho
World and What
A Pious Fraud Traveling' at
Government Expenso With
out any Lawful
Tho Princely Gifts of Poet Baker
at Constantinople Bought with
the People's Money for
A DlsKrnooful Array of Petty but
rorfiistont Olllcinl Pec
ulation. S-clal Trlrjfraui to III hlc;o Tilii't 1
Wamiini.tov, .Iuii. 17. A plipmiit
proinlH! of tliu rlcbti' to como wus
broii'lit out to-Uuy by the siili-ooiniiiltttf
if Ionian allalri, of wlilolt Mr. .Springer
It chairman. 'I'tu Mtttllnv no re email
but (ivr'iMi'iil. 'l'lif Iiivt-j-tiifHtioii took
plan- In the treasury ih.-parttnuiit, tli
jioiiiK in tlit-itictIou Muk tin' oiiL'lnr&
of ollk'lul iloinj: duty in minor ullkts
nbroail. 'l'hu llr.it culprit coming to the
Iront It II. F. Stcvt'ii, Uijintoli (igi'iit at
London. The vouchors and accounN of
tills geiitli'tu.lll "bow some riirio-otli-4 In
tin) way of tli. pottage lie paid in .luly,
l-l. Some of them arc. here given:
I1I1U fur fri.lolit iiiul trauportntion ol
mails of tlieiatedipartmt'iit, fiV) ; pot
age, JJilO; for newspHiien', magaines,
Miitionorv. and things of that enrt, about
iUM. Tliii.lt will be tiiiderMood, was
lur mail matter, which the government
pay for by Kuroe.-iu 'teamer. 'i'he'e
xmall Item'! were continued beyond niiin
Iwr, the vouchers for umny of them be
ing genuine. The coiiuultti-u were tree
to eircs considerable dutlbt as to the
economy, liav notlilj;-ol" the lionctj',
Tiii oi: UMiuoiiin.VAiiv nni.ivs.
For llie month of August, 172, thN lav
lli olllcial paid out for postage 5-."0, the
voueheii" for fii'lglit nod transportation
being again ab-ent. and the expen'es of
the month running up to about 51.CWJ.
I or the month of eptciulH.T the po-tage
wit cb.Vj; Irelght and Inni-porlatlon,
; catringe-i and c.pene. to and from
iiifenstown, j-.'Ol. Again, the voucher
ui4 ini-ing tor the freight nud tntn-pur-tallou.
It was cNplaliicd, however, that
the voucher w.i In the haniN ol Secre
tary FMi. During tlii-i month it wa
found tliat two hags, weight not given,
wcie M-nt from London on board a
Mcaiucr to (Jueenstowii tor about f l.".
Till. Il wae c.plaliKil, wa owing to the
fact that an agent accompanied tlicm.
It was alletwatd found, however, that
ono hag had been i-eut for liall that
amount, which the committee frowned
upon supU:lou.0y. It wnsgenerally con
Till: CIlAliOK WAS KNIIOIIWTANT.
In N'ovemlK'r the potago was JHO0;
freight anil tr.itHpoitation, S2-J0; car
rliiL'e tn and from Qucenstowii about
$.!oo. In lk'ccmlier an Item ofSlW) for
Chrl-linas prescnls is lonnd. Tills ex
cited con.lderablc comment, Messrs.
.Spiinjjer and Leavenworth expre..lng
dl-aiiptovid of Midi expenditure of tint
public, money. The mysteries of Kev.
Newman' crusade were hIwj laid bare.
The accounts iccognle him as a special
agent ol the Fulled .States, and iheMate
ments purport to be actual and noce"ary
expeii-ci lucuiTcd while under iustruu
tlons Irom tlie secretary of the tiviiitry,
his commlsflon lielng dated April 10,
1S7:I. It U lgned by the pre.-ldcnt,
and reads as lbllow: "As rccom
mended by the secretary of the treasury,
under the piovMous ol the, jtcoml sec
tlbn of the act of congress approved July
11, bT-J, maklutr apptoprlntloiis lor the
consular and diplomatic expenses of the
government, you are hereby appointed to
examine Into the accounts of the consular
olllccr.s of tho I'liited States nud Into nil
matters connected with the business ol
their cilices. Your compensation will he
at th! rate of $.1,000 per annum and actual
necc-jary expenses, this appointment to
continue In force only to .luno :0, 1S7I1,
when Hie law creating the olllco expires
by the limit." The very day lie arrived
at Yokahatua his commission expired,
hut there win an olllcial cherub that sat
alott ami watched over
tiii: r.u'U op Tim t'Aitsox.
His purse was tvllllcd and his commis
sion renewed, and with f tall' and script
he continued on Ills way inspecting cu-ilo.-illi.'B
and things. Thus far tho ac
counts of the Mrs. P.uoii have not been
reached. That richness Is yet to come.
An abstract of the parson's expenses;
during Ills tour contains tlie.-ii Miggestlvu
items: liallroud fare from W'u-hingtou to
San Francisco, $147 50; sleeping carlo
Council Kind's, $(i; hotel hill. Council
lllulls', $2; hotel fare at San Francisco
while wnlilng for the steamer, tlx days,
$21 ; steamer fare Iront San Francisco' to
Shanghai, via Japan, halt rale, $150 ;
hotel bill at Yokohama from June 1'.' to
Juno UO, $.17. This was the end of the
comml"lou. Ills salary from April 1 to
June !10, one (putrid-, was$l,'J.10, making
n total of his expenses lor this time
HIS I'lll". I' COMMISSION HAVING l; X l'l 1 1 LT D,
he was appointed it special agent by the
secretary of the treiMiry, and was con
tinued n't a salary of $0 a day front July
1, 187:1, to Align! ill, 1874, its entire ex
penses and Hilary lor this llino amount
ing to $4.50!) III. The total expenc,
therefore, of this mission were SO.-i ls 07.
The committee, curious to know the visi
ble result ol all thW expenditure, asked
or the plou muii'a ivpoit. The otllcluls
t iaif 0
0&e, 3Bu.lltlx aB vi 5.1
CAIRO" ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1876.
tinlled, winked, guffawed tiprorloii'ly,
and responded with tnihl facetlniHncss
that the document might be found in the
parson'" sermons ns no evidence of any
report hail ever made 1(4 appearance In
The preeiiee of a poet at Constantino
ple was also calculated to lessen the
chances of (Jeorgo Washington flilM',
M. A., for foreign olllce. Beside the doc
uments of hl olllce
Mil. I'OKT MINIS! 111! Il.lKKIl
is represented on the lllcs as making
presents lo the value of $.1,071 hO to the
Turk'. Theie presents iueliideaVtlcles of
mjotiicrne aim virtu irom u uiamoiiu tun
to a marshal's: baton, which our Yankee
poet lavished with the magnificence of a
sullon himself. Among tliee objects ol
American regard were n rich set of table
service, donated to the TurkMi tnlnlMcr
of foreign all.ilrs, coting about $i000;
lo tho pacha's sou, a secretary ; to the
minister of foreign nlialrs, diamond era
vat phi ami baton, 1.000 fratici, or about
$1,000. The Kn'endl family
Ki:ii:tvjtVHK km-kcHu.y fAVottj:).
Ualtazjt flfleiidl rccdrnl'ik table' t
worth 1,000 Irauc.s ; Alexander Kllcndl, n
almllar iiietcnt, worth 1.000 francs, and
another member it gold watch, worth
'.',000 franc". A number ol other pres
ents of le's vnluo wore gheti to various
other TurkMi dignitaries', which, to
gether with oilier expenses of the mis
sion, amount to a small fortune. The pro
priety of giving pre-cnts was iH'cu-kmI
by the committee nt some length, and the
custom of doing so pretty generally dis
approved. .Secretary Klsh had previously stated
to a member that It wn very Important
to have a legation at Constantinople, and
being aked If It was not ncceary to
give n large utn of money In order to scrim-
a treaty, replied that it was. but that
Turkey wn the only country where this
custom prevailed. It seemed to have
been a traditionary custom, dating prob
ubly as lar back ns
this tiL'i:r.v or siir.tu
herself. The opinion was. expressed that
the time would come when diplomatic
relations with that country could he car
ried on without the olwrvance ol this
The pajx-rs of Caleb Cushlng were
iic.U gone through. It wn found, In
looking over his accounts, that for one
quarter's dispatches alone by cable the
government hail to pay $.1,752 (W.
Another Important Item was found, vi.:
$50 fur ChrKttna presents, which gave
tlse to another facetious conversation
among the members as to the custom of
otllehds niakltig pre.-ents at the expense
of the government. The committee atu
inclined to think that tlie diplomatic
business s pretty generally a fraud. If
Mr. dishing l paid $12,000 a year to fit
lu Madrid and twirl his thumbs, y,hy
would not it be less expensive to give
lilm half that amount lo sit in Washing
ton and sticl; them';
A BOSS SN0RER.
1 he lU'popuIMoror llolcU uml llunrtl.
(I'rom tlie Virginia (N'i-v ) l.ntrrlte.l
Alter the lire old man Uullard found
lodgings on South C street, lie got a
bed In' it large room containing two
other h'-il- that were occupied. -Mr. Bill
iard Is a huge, fat, good-natured and
very entertaining man. The proprietor
of the lodglng-houfe wns pleated wilh
Billiard, and kuightd at hl Jokei the
Hi. t evening of his ariival at Ids place
till teates ran down his cheeks. The
tueii who were to be llullard's room
mates al-o thought well ol him that
evening. The next morning, however,
they looked sad and red-eyed. Then
they went to the landlord and lold him
that he must Mud some other place for
.Mr. Uullard, as he wn such a terrible
snorer they couldn't stand him. The
landlord's rooms were all occupied,
and he had no place tor Uullard but just
where he was. The complaining lodgers
Iclt, and lu two or three days two other
men wire put Into the vacant bed. Bill
iard made short work ol them; one night
let tin-in out. The landlord sought an
Interview with Billiard and reinoulra
ted with hi'.n. Uullard stoutly asserted
that he did not snore had never been
known to snore. Tlie landlord had to
give Bollard up as a had bargain and
turned his ntteiitlon to looking up lod
gers with which to 1111 his vacant beds,
lie found tueii lo take the beds, hut
again Billiard cleaned thein out In a
singly night. Growing desperate, the
landlord agilu went to Billiard. He told
him he must either leave tho house or
pav rent lor all the lieds in the room
$ 15 per month. Uullard said a bargain was
a bargain; lie had paid $15 for his bed
and he Intended keeping It till his month
was up, and he didn't propose to pay for
beds ho had no tt-o for; ho didn't snore
and the man who asseraed to the con
trary was a "liar and a horse lhli-1!"
The landlord felt very much depressed
after this last Interview witli Billiard,
as he saw lie was determined nut to be
remou-d from his quarters. A morning
or two alter, as llullard's landlord was
going down town ho aw standing In his
door a brother lodging-house man.
"Thank heaven he's gone!" said the
man as llullard's landlord came up.
'Thank heaven I'm rid of him nt last!"
"Bid of whom?"
"Why, of the big fat man you sre
yonder waddling down the street."
"i:noiiL'h of him! lie cleaned nearly
every matt out ot my house before he left.
They wouldn't stop In tho same block
with that siio' ting, Ffilstallliiu porpoise,
"Ile'o a jood one, Is he'"
"A good one? lie's a perfect terror!
Ilu's inoreUlillarent kinds of n snorer
Hum any man 1 ever heard, and every
time he changes Ills key It is for the
worse. While I had him hero crowds
u-i.ii. irtitlii.i Imr ill (Vi il it of tho house
nightly wondering what was thu matter
WltlllU, anil lite poucu cauie in one in-iii
thinking someone was being murdered.
My dog ran away, and nil the cats left
thu house, sir!"
"And tho man you pointed out to mi
ls that snorer;"
"Yes sir, he is. mill may he hursl!"
"tiood-dav. sir." and Uullard s laud'
lord Imstoued down thu street.
Thu next morning with the first peep
of day, Billiard, pulling and blowing,
rushed into thu presence of his landlord.
"What are you trying to play ou met"
cried lie, "1 never slept n while all night.
Of all llie Internal noises I ever heard
that man In my room got nil the worst.
Is he going to stay nere;
Slay? ol corse he is. Halnthegot tlie
hi d lor it month."
Then I hwc." ami Hull r.l wni as
good, its his word.
Alt nour lliierwaiii me mini wm turn
ousted Billiard nrosu nud waddled se
lO'.irly Into the presence of the landlord,
"You've cleaned him out," eald the
nmllord. " You mlsed him ; lie'!
4 Inc. Coxxiax xjrrlx'tij. altxaat a.d
gone tor good!" Mil the landlord gtec-
fully rubed lilt hr-mls. "Now," contln
ed the landlord j ''I'll give you a good,
I square breakfast ul then you can go."
1 "(Jo," said tin hit mail.; "not much I
I don't. Didn't t6i say Inst eenltlg In
the presence of dullard anil hair a dozen
olhers that I wai'to stay here n month;"
"But that yoiiKiiow wa only to "
"I know nothiigoflhe kind and I shall
stuy here! I nil human; I must; have
some place lu wlltli to repose!"
'l'hu landlord 14 now trying to gel
some tnait to set up some kind of
machine in his htie that will ou.t. the
htm stioier, wh now has the whole
place to himself ixcept a small room
In a corner of the. third story w here he
and his wile spent jlicii' nights in a mis
NIJnc .Nocorotl I'nlr.
The great inaikct or tlie eastprn world
has been held at this Juurtion of the
Volga and Olga river, in ltusl.i, every
summer for hundreds of years. Here the
nations of F.urope nnl A;ia meet with
thHr products for traits.' Cossvick, Chi
nese, Turk nud Persian, meet tlie Her
man and the Orcwk with every variety of
merchandise that mankind employs, trout
sapphires to grlndtonc,t(-.i, opium, lur.
food, tools and fabrics, mi) htt hut not
least, medicines. J, ('. Aycrifc t'o.'i. cel
ebrated remedies from American were
displayed lu an elegant luzar, whore the
doctor hlmell might sometimes he seen.
They are known and taken on steppes of
Asia ns well as the prairies of the West,
ami are an eU'ectual antidote for the dis
eases that prevail in tlie yaourls of the
North, as well a the huts and cabins of
the wc-tern continent. l.incoli (III.)
I'liuples, i:rotlon, KuiikIi Kkiu,
Tliesytem lielng put under the I nil it.
once of Dr. Pierce's Uoldoi Medical Dis
covery for a few weeks, tho skill becomes
sruoothe, clear, and velvety, and being
Illuminated with the glow of perfect
health from within, inn-beauty stands
forth In all Its "lory. 'J In; effects of all
medicines which oieruw. upon the
sy-tcin through the medium oh,c ,1oimI
nre tier c4nr'.iy somew lint slow, no mnwer
how- good the remedy employed. While
one to three bottles clear the skin ot
pimples, hlotchrs, eruptions, yelllow
spot", comedones;, or "grubs." u dozen
may possibly Is? required to cure some
cases where the system Is rotton with
scrofulous or virulent blood poisons.
The cure of nil lhe.se diseases, however.
trom the common pimple to the worst
scrofula Is, with tlie use of this nto-t
potent agent, only a matter of time.
.Sold ny neaier in incinciue.
Ms dX w 1 w
Tlie Supreme fnurl
OJ the Slate of New York has decided
that J. ('. AyircV Co.. of Lowell, have
the sole rigllt to use the words Chciry
Pectoral of meillclne, and has Issued an
injunction against F. V. Pushtoo, of
New York Cilv, lor selling Uusthon's
Cherry Pectoral or Cherry Pectoral Loz
enges, or any other U'e ol the name
to deceive the public. This decision ol
the higli court includes all dealers who
sell any similar article. IWt Jfffn'n
(.. I.) j.uhr. l.lO-iUw-lw-(ISl)
B. F. PARKER,
c?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Hie.
AW'iyi on l.aml, tt- oKhrateil illuiniiiatluK
AIIKOHA 411 f..
Ooruer Eleventh Strnut and WavUlmr
MLT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Ordoi-B for Conl by tUo car-load,
ton, or in hogshoads.for shipmont,
jromptlv attondod to.
itSTTo largo constimors and all
atamifaoturoi's, wo aro propnrcd
io supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAt COMPANY.
rVII:illlcl.iy Itii) 'rt olllce. N T() Ohio l.ovcc.
rt'llairiiUy IIio.'k Mlmrltoat.
H-f-.M Knyiitluu Mill", or
itJ-At llii'bml Hiiiiiii, fit of Tjnty-hlKht
Cl-l'uit Olllce llrawrl. S"1-
BOX and BASKET OO
-llcjlcr iu-3 i
"All klmla Imnliuvlaoft,)
PLOORINO, SIDINO, LATH, &0.
Mill and Yvd,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Btraet and
ofRrr ';k 'Tsam
tiEu rill nwSaHRWSVH 9
aE.COB.STATE& MONROE Sll
The Gamble Wagon
So. i&siVl una H
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST mil CHEAPEST W4H)N af AN-
a a JUPACTOIIY, OHIO LEVEE
Ncnr Thirth-Fourth Street
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture hla own lforun Shoes nud
can Assure Uooil work.
VAitiin v srroiit:.
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Uornar 10th St. .nd CommurcUl Av,
G. 0. PATIER & CO.
Leslie's N.'vKiH!r uml Maenlncs, Hie oMi-st
c-t:iUI-licl llliili-.ilnl I'crlixllcaN In A merle I.
i licy art-now llrst nifcrcil to eanMisseis, who
will, If they secure an iisn-ni-y and ecluslve tci
lltriiy, liecnalilcd to liilrmluce fucnlmi firt
cl.iia llhc-tiuttil I'lilnilicils, tiulcil In as iiiany
distinct la-lclfir wnnK, mid, with therholci
fronielglit ww uml Im-iiiIU'iiI chnmini, hen
lice of cinltoe;ichiiiinii.il Mihsoillicr, In- en-nlilc-1
le ficiuv one or nunc siile.cilithnis In
i-ry I'.unlly hi their ilUlrict. To Hkillfiil can
V:im is this w III i.cciiivH-riimm nt miploj iuont,
mil I In iincwala each jinrwIlllH- uaniiii-eu
Uinly iiiul iissiiicil luiiiiiie, .Seclun.'U luqicra
uml must hhcnil ciinsnrnt loiiliiiilr:mls who
Ilium- Hi- tcilltmy they dwlle liiciuivuaa Ail
iht'M, Acncy licimrtuicnl, 1'iiinl: Lesllc'ii
l'nhll.hlliK llnil-e, M7 IVul flliel, New Volk.
Thi-Kiciit .Nino fiimiiiior, rini-ii KillcitlcFlli,
(MiiMiUliins, tSiuuiiK, ht. VlliH Huiiri-, ami all
Kci on Wh'iucm Hic only Lnuwn inutitlvti mil
dly lor Killi-iillu r'ils. It m Im-u tt-nlisl by
ttiuiiwmW umt 1m iieicr Ut-n known to fail hi it
aliitdi-riuit). Trlul imcUm-fice. Encla.it alaiuu
lor cliculara Klv uk evlilmce orenri. . .
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Tho Pcojilo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
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Striilno, Hiitttlns, Cotitu-
I'riieliire-i, Cuu, ljiccra-
ini orinciini w.liicn
Illeeiliiiir l.imir. or
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trt' Tlirmil or Onlimy,
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It lit III-V 4'lllnllit,
i u.n.ri nun aua.jftuir
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i'elon or Whitlow, Krot-
iil l.lmhii or I'arti.
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a iii iiriiaaini.i uiiu rvcoiiiim nncu uy
nu irriiKKi.i1, fii) Bicinns, nim vvrrj
txiilr who Uhh cut usul it.
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