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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY
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Letter (indco'iiniuiiieatlona .iioilid be addrcej
'I'airo Uulletiii. Cuiro, llllnola "
")nly Moi'iiiii? Daily in Southern Illinois
liirs'wt Oiivulntimi of any Daily in
OKHClAL I'Al'KK OK ALEXAXDKU COl'STY.
M.H. Harrpll, Kditor.
Tin: similarity be tween a naturally cross,
V.l-tempcrcd man and u dromedary ia strik
ing. Both of tln-m "get their back up"
when young, and never out-grow the de
formity. A California prophet forecaster a heavy
Trtli(juake ior Sun Francisco which will
"shall howaea and churches with terihle
f onfusine;, and tho wrath of Jehova shall
Milw.U'kf.f. is a quser place. A womau
aroze to death there a few days ago whose
ihusliand was killed by lightning list sum
mer, and vliosa little girl found death in a
ierosene can a month ago.
Gov. Vanck, of North Carolina, lias b en
elected to the United States Senate. Gov.
Vance is a Democrat, and one ot the ablest
public men of the South; a statesman of
' jripe experience, and an orator of great ver
satility, eloquence und humor. He was a
Whig representative iu congress before the
war, and during the war governor of his
Jstate, but a warm opponent of Je!f Davis.
TtiEKK is said to hi n 'comforting astir
ancc in religion in exact proportion to its
iulk and density. In Louisville, not long
ago, a cab driver died. On his death bed
.'ttir felt great consolation an assuring peuee
f mind in the reflection that he had driven
many a body to church although he never
attended himself. This simply ptnves that,
dilute religion as you may, it is a good
Dainjj, even iu homeopathic doses.
Ir Senator-elect, corge V?,t, of Mis
souri, adheres religiously to the platform
laid down in his speech accepting the posi
tion at the hands of the Missouri Legisla
ture, he will do honor to himself and the
State of Missouri, in that speech he plant
ed himselt flat-fooledly in opposition to the
layincnt of rebel claiiiw, and in favor of
the constitutional amendment.-, as tliry
stand, including the fifteenth amendment,
which he not unfret'jiiently nsai!cd in his
campaign before the people. While he
keeps his senses uboiit him, a:i 1 appreci
ate the weight of responsibility that vaN
upon him ns n Southern Democrat, his un
deniable ability will win him rcsjiei t, ia.!
ie will add i-trengtli and j re.-tigc to ,U
Marty. But let him get drunk, and just n
nure as he can reach his scat in the Senate,
'ic will stab Ins party iu :i vital u-t.
JlLrnKKp.NT T! VK C.MiTl.i: ba iatroduci ii
i bill iu iur (ieneral Asembly for a law to
!mlkh (lie (J rand Jury system. Of omr"
Jhe. bill will excite the hostili'y of nil tin
"1! fogy iui'inbers i f tint body, mid of nil
:be old fogy editors of tlw Stat". I! it not
nc 4" the opjionents of the li'MmIiv ( in
.axsign one, single sound reasnii why the
tJitiipiated tibomination should U conlinued
s a feature of our court. It i an t pcn
sive. cuuilK'noiiii' a'nd nrclli'ss baiuaele
that should b' lopped oil'. (),ir eivili.'itii.n
has outgrown it, an I it hou!d be .ihwiMied
for the very rcK-m. in pMt. tint Is ur.,!
for its pfscrviitioii, : iliaf it ha- bei n
fo-i'vi-teiit withotir vw'ii;::, 'it it-elt. The
I(ov"inm"lM l.r.u- jii.'iru
but that n!d ab"i'i;:,..tl.
lb-! live, i.i! l!:;' ,t p;.,
tlii- l.";:i-l:''.ir.' ri.iij i
V;irt i's itiil. 'f'.e id. I
n -lllbe)-. (,('
it r.f Mr.
e III' 'I pl'-l
Vl'lhoM III fi !:p;e-0 li . it..'
gr.'K-lve pr.,"l;.i'i i .)' toe p.
'Till-: J'.M.l.l.l in, (hut lb"
nuisance oti-rhi to be a! .il
A wan t:it of r.tthi.r a I .iritiogicji t uu of
mind :biy, lint it is very hard for so.ii peo
ple, to uiimit that th doctrine of tola! di'..
gravity ,is Irii". They have, ht: bays, so
aib an '.deu of l.uui'in ua.urj bjjJ they sue
ho many noble and generous tlcudx that tho
doctrinu seems to urove itself falso. Tho
difficulty, however, is that they do nqt look
in tho right place. The depravity i there,
snugly stowed away, it may be, and hidden
under a pile of jjood thing, but still it is
there. Take your position on a country
roadNide, from' the branches of one of
whose ovcrhandi)",' trues depends a hornet's
nest with a lively and enterprising popula
tion. Persuade the young and the old, the
church members und tho sceptics of the
neighboring village, to pass that way., Stir
up the hornet's ;ret out of the way yourself,
and w atch for strictly theological results.
Put down in your uotc book the first, the
moat natural expression of opinion, as each
passer-by is stung, und then in the seclusion
of your closet read over these exclamation's
in a w hisper,
Who is so unmindful of the on-stalkiug
progress of our modern civilization as not
to note the gradually growing change that
is being wrought in the relations between
parents and children. Men not yet fifty
years of age can very well remember when
the father and mother were the recognized
head of the family. In that era of ignorance
and tyranny the father, and sometimes the
mother, had the audacity to promulgate
orders, and without adding '"if you please,"
compelled the children to obey them.
Some parents were so hard hearted as to
compel their well-grown off-spring to make
fire3, hoe in the garden and plow in the
cornfield. And, monstrous as it may seem,
the girls were expected to assist "mother''
in tho kitchen and over the washtub, while
the father grubbed stumps, mauled rails
and built fences in the "clearing." But
the days ofsuch despotism are, for the girls
and boys, happily over; and the era that is
lik'.'ly to succeed theai is aptly pictured by
the writer of 11 Notes by the Wayside" in
the Mew York Herald: Offspring, lie says,
are no longer t !i? crowded into a corner
and deprived of their inalienable right to do
as they wish to. They have risen in sue
ccssful rebellion against the servitude of cen
turies, and will probably consign the parent
al fossils to the shelf of curiosities where
they belong. As a kind of avant courier
of tho condition of affairs w hich will short
ly appear is the following incident, which
ought t serve as a warning to every father
if a family not to interfere with the best in-t.T.-st
ot his children: There was a funer
al in tho neighborhood, and it was expect
ed to be as cheerful as a polite undertaker,
whose only object was to serve the public
to the best of his ability could mako it.
It was certainly an opportunity for youth
ful refre-luu'tit not to be disregarded. The
boy nked his father for a horse with which
to attend. Instvad of kindly loaning the
beast and biddin.; the innocent boy speed
on his way, and enjoy himself among the
mourners of his own age, he harshly refus
ed. Alas! lie forgot that the good old times
of deft otim are over, and in or h r to im
press that fact on the aged parent's mind
the irate boy, with m irrepres.-ible longing
for iii'l-'pendeiic'.- in his heart, (lew to his
chamber, and sei.ed his gun, and nubly
broke the chains of hi-, servitude by shoot
iag the old gentleman dead. The boy was
cat into a dungeon by the unapprcciativo
wtliccrs of a groveling public, which still
labor- '.aider the fatal delusion that parents
have rights which th-ir children are bound
to rcspi ct.
KKiT'TATI'O; oF A U Ml bliss SI.AX
DHHS. Svnee t'i. i-.e o
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II'. .1 ,li - l i i iiwu--
.i have 'ttle.i in the
ands o! tautiierii m
South, n:;d identified -liem-i !c with the
in.tvro-.ts if not the politics id' that section.
These men feeling Hint the slanders of the
South, circulate.! for purely partisan pur
pos" I y the Badieul sheet, of the North,
me so gross, so cruel and unwarranted, that
they ure holding meetirgs in dim-rent parts
of the South, to make known the true state
of affairs maun:: iln-iii and to expre-- their
abhrn-:ie" for such diieputabh means for
"tiring the northern heart." There was a
huge meeting of this character, recently, in
tin- city of Charlotte, Noith Carolina. The
resolutions adopted, thirty-idle in number,
give the lie direct to the fhnl'ges made by
U .'publicans that cili.ons of the North are
not p.T.niito I t live in the South-
tliat they arc o-traei-cd.
prejudice i. ;
tiey lar.r.ot witbstatnl
t:. -out!" men, 'flic ti ¬
furiher ihvla; that In a,. p,tio f t.
' St.iilh i- tie i-.dit
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"ii wo int of ihe 1'i'nl
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he N -W Y.'i'.t
iie i ling,
'''i' : rr-i'ii tins it
1-vs: Fi'-i'ii this il
i , i i.,y to !
writ;, i ln'.-ibi. f i, iIoih' ,!
.iie Jiouth, Lilid tliii.,0 t'i ii a,, iiihuiiitauls of
i:. by the rtpi luiou of (ueb tr ines (,f
'".iti-age s,s it delights our ci'iilemporarii"
to reiuctute and .dr. JtLila? to uilenipt be
'.iinjf, provided tin; tturics arc iu fuel on
ly silly and spiteful inventions, The cur
rency of such stories injures the South in
every way. It injures the credit of South'
cm merchants at the North; it discourages
Northern men from going South to settle,
and like the shouts of 'Silence!" iu the
theatre, it tends "to make the hubbub it
Imputes." The temperate refutation of nil
these slanders which the Northern men
made in their convention will convince nil
candid readers that their refutation is con
clusive." AN UNACCOUNTABLE OPPOSITION.
The hostility of the Cincinnati Commer
cial to the jetty system, already a pronounced
succes,; to the levee hcheme, for the im
provement of the navigation of the Mis
sissippi river and the reclamation of the
hundreds of thousands of acres id' fertile
lands lying upon cither side of that great
watercourse, and its oft-exproa.-ed hostility
to the Kads' plan for the accomplishment
of the same great object, is absolutely un
accountable upon any hypothe.-i- that is
creditable to the conductors of that journal.
Leaving the domain of reason, the paper
indulges in attacks upon the prominent ad
vocates of governmental aid for the im
provements enumerated, that would be re
garded as scurrilous iu any newspaper of
less pretensions to decency. It sees a "steal"
in every implication for money and doesn't
hesitate to denounce those who advocate
such measures, as men moved Ly dsigns
upon the public treasury. If its hostility
to the improvement of the Mississippi were
grounded upon reason; if it would give
facts and figures, instead of abuse and villi
fication ; if it would suggest more feasible
and economical plans than those it assails
with uncompromising bitterness and un
reasoning enmity, the people of the West
and South would respect its honesty, al
though they might diasent from its conclu
Turning from the Commercial that snaps
and snarls at that w hich it cannot lav hold
of with the teeth ot reason, it is a real
pleasure to note the honest, manly devotion
to the interests of this great valley, shown
by the St. Louis Republican. That great
and powerful journal treats the improve
ment of the navigation of the Mississippi as
a grand national work a work demanded
by fourteen sovereign States of the Union,
and by the commerce of more than sixteen
millions ot people. It sees in the improve
ment of that great natural artery of com
merce, and in the reclamation of hundre Is
of thousands of acres of land, rich as that of
the valley of the Amazon or the Nile a
work of pressing national necessity, and ad
vocating it as such, it docs not stoop to the
littleness of charging that those w ho ask
for moii'-y to inaugurate the work, are even
dishonest men, much less the jobbirs.
ringstcrsiindthicvis tho Commercial de
clares tJicm to be. The com se of the lie-
publican is high-toned and diniticd, and
its efforts an- expended in behalf of the
people. The course of the Cominerci.il is
groveling, undignified, belittling and nu-r.n.
That tin; paper docs not feel the rebound
of its blow., is because of the lnea-ureless
forbearance of western and south rn pen-l'le-
A l.No:;r,Hi:s Toneoi:. --Torpor or inac
tivity of the kidneys is seriously dangerous
to those organs, since it is the precedent of
diseases which de-troy their substaneesand
endanger life. This'slugishness may be i
overcome by stimulating them, not excess,
ively, but moderately, nn effect produced
by Hosti tter'.s Stomach Bitters, u general
invigoraiit and alterative, possessing diu
retic properties of no common order. The
impetus which this admirable medicine
gives to their cv;,eiiative function counter
acts any tendency to congestion w hich niav
exist in their tissues. Both they and their
associate organ, the bladder, are invigora
ted us well as gently stimulated by the
Hitters, whh h exerts a kindred influence
upon the stomach, liv-r and bowels, and by
strengthening the system, enables it to
withstand malarial epidemics, to which
when e.xpo-ed it might otherwise .succumb.
Vnf Mist Ci'iii-, that Cot '.u.--With
Shiloh's Consuniplion Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the fact that
( oiisuinptioii can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, W hooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat und Lungs, il is abso
lutely without an citial, Twodo-es will re-
j lieve your child of ( 'roup, il is plen-ant to
take and perfectly harmless to the yiinno-est
''''i'''. n" niothi r can cllinil to he wilh-
j 0,,t h; You can use two thif.lsol'a bottle
'""' What we N,y is not true wn will re
and V 1. 1 ii i p,-r boiile. Il your I.uu - are
sore or che-i or back ,-iiiie u-e SI
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it i .
i I..-.' .t.iii in iiin i.n itio; tei's
iivir. yen I ',l s I ii 1 1 isi ;i , lire you ( im-tjpfl-'
i led, lliuc yon a Yellow skin, Los..
tile. Hi ml Vi-hi. il' i. il.iii'l I'-iil i,. ..... lI! ;
i. ,,. v, . ... .. .. ' ...
. l"h a System n ilier. . It guaranteed tf I
Pliexe yon, mi,, wi!l you ciitilim
yull cOnlllille I,, sillier 1
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lieil Mill (Mil lie ellr.'ll oil S If I lis
: tlif-c. 1'iiee In ceni-:, jiml 7.1 :eii(..s.,it 1.v
I Itaivlav llrotbi r. ,.J
i (laiviay lliotln r.
W, ii 'a I'nl ,.,.r,.',,.-irt'..i. . ..-
v ' " loiieiaciv
In rich and fragrant try it ' Sold In 'iM-(-inv
Qi'KiiY. Why will men smoiie eoinmou
tobacco when tlmy can buy Murbury Bro'g
"Seal of North CaroLUa"t tin mm- .rii.cl,
From a Disfinguislicd 1'liysJeiiui.
'0 hIukIc dlKcane linn entailed inoro mill'erlnir or
i' hanened thebreukli KiipoflheeoiiHtlliiilnn than
Cntiirrli, 'J'hu xciiau of smell, of laitu, or i-llit. of
lieai liijt, tliu liiiiinin voice, the mind, one or limru
and fometimoH all yield to Iln il.-lructlve inlliienn..
The poison it dlmrlbiitva thi-niiidioiil lb" aynlem ai-tn.-k
every vllul lorce and break up llio moBt ro
linct of coiiKiliuiWmt. lunored heeausu but Utile,
understood by phvuli laiiM, linpolcntly availed by
(imckii und chiu-ln'tiiim. those iniilerlui! from It have
but little hop to he relieved i f II I'll" Hde of tile
irrave. It Ik time, then, thai the popular treatment
of iIiIk terrible direasu by rciucdicuilhin the reach
of all pnnscd Inlo hnud'it at once competent and
trustworthy. The new mid hitherto unU'lcd method
adopted by Dr. Hiinford In the preparation nf hi
K.miii-ai, Ci uK ha won mv hearty approval. I b
lleve It likelv to Hicceed w hen all the Hual renin,
die fall. benniMe ll strike al tho root of I lie disence
vi... Iliu nelililled blood, w hile it heal the ulcerated
membrane bv direct application to the na-al paa
;;'. It action Is based on oertaiu fixed rules, and
unle tin- iial force an' ton far exhausted, must
la tliu crent malorllv of case ell'eet a c ure.
I.KO. IIKAKO. M.D.
Nobseoil lilock. So. Funn I union, Oil. I. IS I.
SAXFOIiD'S RADICAL (TRK
MAY wifely cl.iim lo bo one of the few popular
i-onieillci ivci UIn' tile approval of medical (.'i ll
llcmcn, wlio, in private, not only freely recommend
It bill use li In their buuilie In ircl'c i-encc to any ol
til preparation nnallv prerrihvd by physician.
Yiiit ure aware. ' said a ililini;uihe'l riiy phvi
clan, Ih.-it my ehlliallon to the Ma. M.xllcal
Society are u' li thai I eannol iiuMiny recommend
or prc- i i In- the lludieul t'llre; but siai e I received
o milch Ml -I 'from the iie oil', hum If. after a
thnniiiuh Mid Hi Hie u-iial eine.i, -. I liae pr
val'dv tidvlsed ii use. and presume 1 have .-nt to
to viuir -lore no less Uiau one hundred of uiv ia-li-
M- for it. '
l .ViV KKSAL SATIS! ACTION.
' ENTLKMKN : We have o!d S.wkiuo'- IJaiu
' ' c.i. t'i UK lor marly one year, andean say candid
ly that we never sold a imilariircimriilieii that utve
such iinlver.il sail-faction. We have in learu the
tiit (nipltili.t yet.
We are not In I lie habit of reeoinmcndlns patent
medicine, but your preparali in meei the want of
thousand, and we think those ulllli i.-il sliould he
coiiMiiced of il er' at merit o thai their Miili rini:
w ill lie relieved. W e have been in the drill.' liui
lies for the pa-l Iwelvu year lon-'taiilly. and old
eM-rvthinK lor Catarrh, but your h ad all the red.
If yon set proper yon can use this letter or any part
of li that you wish.
X cry truly your. S. ) IIALIiWIN A CO.
Wholesale and llelui' Dealer In Dnm. Honk and
SlatlMUery, WahiUjjlou. lud.. Kcb. ls'.rt.
Liich luckn'.'e con'ain Dr. Sauford' Improved
lnhaliun Tube, and full direction for It
use in all eae. price One Dollar. Kor
alc by all wlioteale and retail ilriiL''i-l and
dealer throiiL'hout 1 lit- I idled Slate and I'aua'la.
WKKKS A I'OTTKK. (.eiier.il AenL ami Whole
aale lruui;isl. llostou. M.
An Klectro-Uiilvanie Iintterv eoniliim d with a
highly Medicated Mreiifrtlienins Plaster, lorrn
inu the best Plaster tor pains ami aches in the
World of Medicine.
A a jrand curative jnd retnrative aent I not
eipialed by any element or nicdlriue III the hitorv
ot the heallin; art. I nle the vital spark has tied
the In id v. retoratiou by mean of electricity it poa
sihle. ft i the lat resort of all physician and sur
geou. and ha re-cned lhonand. apparentlvdead.
fiom an untimely grave, whin uo other human
a-i. nry could have Biu ceeiled This i Ibe leaclni;
curative element iu this i'luMcr.
liALSAM and PINK. '
The healiui: properties of our oun frajrnut bal
sun and pine and the umu of the Ka-I an- tim well
kieinn to risiiiiv de-e-riplinn. Tle ir L'raleful heal
Oil', snolhinu' and streiitrlie'iiin-.' properties arc
ki.own to thousauil. W hen combined iu accord
ance w ith luie and important ill-rovcrics in phar
macy, their heuliie ami l renlln nlli properties
are Increased ten fold, in tlii respect our Plaster
i- tho best iu u-e wislioat the aid of electricity.
TWO IN ONE.
Thus combined have two urand medical asent
in one. each of which peif rni il function inn!
unitedly prodnei more cure than any liie inetii.
In: inn. M.-h.(ir I'bisier ever before roniHiiiiided in
the history of medicine. Trv one. 1'lui K ."5 Cent.
Sold by all Whii'.-ale and l.'etail DniL'i-t-throujliont
the t iili.-d suites anil I'auada. and
by WKKKs Si I'UTTKIL I'ro'nlitors. Ilusloii .XLi.
LEXANDEK ( OL'NTY BANK,
CoiiiuuTcidl Avenue and Tightli Street,
( a:i:d, Illinois
I'. V.lt'i.xs. President.
r. NKi-i-'. ii-i'ivs,.:,.i,t.
II. WKI.I.s. I a-hiei".
T. .). K Klt l ll. As-islant I n-hier.
William Klii'.'". C.iiro;
William Wulf. I i.ir.i:
I!. I. Ilid;ii.'-le. st. Louis
J. Y. 1 Kaisiiu, Cakiluiiiu.
XI. o-ti rloh.
I). 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -r. I aire:
A KN Eli AT. UANKIMi m-SIi;ss DOS B. Kx
i i-liaie.'e sold and bought. Inlere-t paid in the
saving Depailnieni. I'olleclion made and all
business promptly intended to.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
C'A PITA L, 8 10 0,000
W. P. IIAI.I.IDAY. President.
II. L. IIAI.I.IDAY. VieelTesidenl.
WAI.TKI! HYSLOP, Cashier.
s. STVAT TAVI.Illt. XT. I'. IIXI.I.Ill.W.
IIKMIV I.. II.M.I.Oi.W. II. . el 'SMMlll.HI,
l.. II. IVII.I.I.l sn, ('( l.l-ll I.N 111 lilt,
II. II. I amii i;.
Acliiinge, Coin iind United Stutcs lloilils
lUHliltT AND SOLD.
lli-pnsii. i-, eeived and il ifi-nernl lianlilii bu-lnes
'jNTEBl'BISi: SAV1NCS BANK,
iiii' ied .Mm li ::i
oKli'lCe. IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
' ill-, i, I 1 1 i III lis".
I NTKI.'LsT .im, ,t, d''io lt Ma vli 1tt,. ami Sep
I tenibi-r ! i (uteri -I iild c iihiti -o n I- eddml m-
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ep.'sili.. I'l.'l'. lis
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uioiiey and iinuat else can ilrtov It.
. WALTER IIYSLOP, THUwcuiaK.
THE WKKKLY BU1.LBTIN.
The Weekly Bulletin.
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all. oil to Cltjh if 'ii'ti a;ul Upward!
The Weekly Bulletin.
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Decorative Paper Hunger
iJ a: I N T E II I
A SPECIALTY MADiJ OK
Ci ht.iiisJ: and Kiilsominirii'.
Leave (ird 'rs at Uarelaj-'a or I'arkur'a Hook Store.
, iioupt", :
AYatcliinakcr & Jeweler
NO. 10 KIGIITIt STBEKT,
BetwN a Comm-rela! and I l'i.!.. TI(
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( "'ii:i -jM'.in; -tin) ,i'.; kiada of piriu;- u -,''y
( t A!! kin -I a nf iSotid Jewelry nude t'i order.
FLOUR. O'KAIN' AM) HAY
Hiffhest CasU Price Paid for Wheat.
WHOLKSALK WI.NW AM) Uvl'OlLs
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Foreign ami Hotnestic
LIQUORS AND WINKS,
Kjlre. K. '.ly l:i.d. fittnuhn, ( nl'f. mil and Im
ported i'ort, Mierrr. Muiiar Wic.-, aa i C hvit
No.r,:0iio Levee, Cairo, II!.
W h .'e u',i- ur..S Helol! I)i ',,-: ia
Foreign and Demotic Liijuors
Wines of all Kind.-,
XO. no onio i.r.YHK.
M:-!is sMYTII 4 ffi hv. ceils'.,!. ! ,:i
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t-si -. ,.,l au-ntiou to ilm w hole-ale Iware u nt i!,
i'Kor'Kirrou op si'iidats batkni' "
Wholcrsakf Deak-r in lw.
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lorisliina purfeiicure where Ilium I a niiiidowfl
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Try It onur, lad you will llnrl It ao. I j
HHl PAJ.K 1JY ALL DRUGGISTS.