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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
Mayor Henry Winter.
TrfMunTli. K. I'arUer.
Clerk-.). I. Chillis.
Counselor Win. K. (illbert.
Marshal-!'. I). Arter.
Attorney W. (J. Metiee.
l'ollte Ma;ltrat.'-J. .1, Rlrd.
BUAIlIt fir ALUKKHfV.
First Ward (leu. VfM iim, Win. O'Callalmn.
Swund Ward -Wood ititteiihouse, N. II. Thlsllc
womI. 'i'lilrd Ward -W. P. Wri'n'M. John Wood.
Fourth Warrt-Clurb's O. l'aller. I). J. Foley.
Filth Ward-T. W. Iliilliday, Cbas. Lancaster.
Circuit Judire-O. A. Ilarker.
Circuit I'lrrk-J. A. Hemci-.
Ciiiiuly Judire It. r. oriiru.
'(iunly Clerk H. J. ll'itnm.
County AtlornjrW. C, M ;i I ki-y.
County Treasurcr-A. J. AMcn.
County Commissioners T. W. Ilallltlay, M. V
ftrowu. Svmui'l llrilcy.
4 KHK'AN M. E. -Fourteenth street, between
i Walnut md (Yd.ir streets : services Sabbath 11
a. ui. und T p. in.; .suul.iy ht hool 1 ;3U p. in.
CMIKM'I AN-Eighteenth street: meet ins; Sab
J bath 10::w p. in.; (r-a liin:i occasionally.
HU'W II OK THE l;EIEEMEREtlscopa)
J Fourteenth street; Morning prayers iriahhulh)
lu) a. ra.; evening pravcr", T :: p.m.; habbalh
school V a. in. ltd. M. J .' Dillon Lee. Rector.
LMIiST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHl'ltCH
I Preaching at 1U: a m.. ;i p. m.. ami p. in.
SaMmth coIuxjI at ":') p. lu. Uo. T. J- Shore,
J UTII ERAS -Thirteenth street: services Sab
J liatti 11 a. m. and p. ui. ; Sunday school Ma.
hi. Hev. Iiucrm. liner, tiaMor.
METHODIST -Cnr. Eighth and Walnut streets:
Preaching St'itisth I0:: a. m. and 7 p. m :
prayer incctlng. Wednesday T:VI p. m.: Suuiluy
rx!i"ol, i p. ni. Rev. A. P. Morrison, pa-tor.
I ) HE S BYTE l!I AN -Eighth street; preaching on
haibath at ll:(l) a. in. and ":'i)f. m.; prayer
memlng Wednesday at 7:t0p. in.; Sundy Sthool
at :i p. m. Kev. 1J. Y. lieorg. pator.
TREK-WILL HAITIST- KifWrtu
O iwi, I
, brtwi-cn Walnut and Cedar streets; ser
vices Sabbath at S and 7: ) p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S Roman Catholic) Comer Crn-s
and Walnut streettt; services Sabbath luiXa
ra ; Sunday School at i p. in.; Vesper i P- ni.; svr-
yici every uar at s. p. tn.
CT. PATRICK s t Human Catholic) Corner Ninth
ll street and WanliliiL-tnn avclinc: services Sab-
emu 9 and 10 a. tn.: Vespers :'. p. m.: Pnudar Srhfjol
S p ra ; nf vice rvi r? diy at S p. in. licv. V. Zabel,
p "I'Wl .
' K N E It A I. DEI.IVE1! open ,::). m; C.wvt
VT 6::)pm.; Su:i.ly : 1 to ! a in.
Moni'T Order lit partm'.nt open at a. m.; c'.oh-
dl ri n la
'IlirujL'li Etop-m Mail" v'u IllinoU ('ntrat and
M ;im:ul ( Vntral !!iilrui! cinoc at 1 t. m.
I tiro anM Poplar liiufl Through and Way .Mall
c.i" at l '! p. In
W lil ia li!ino' Central. Cairo and in-
c ninH ami Mif.iiM'pl Central liailruadp ciot' at
.l'j ti. in
Wv Mail f. r Narrow (Jauie Railroad f loe at i
(aironud Evanii!!f IiiV'.r Ifonti; cloi"' at 6:
p. in. dany ('Aiept Friday).
KERRY HO AT.
THREE Is&SgkQ. STATES.
I f AV
F'Kit F.dirtii at
9 a. in.
10 a. n..
3 p m.
1 p. n.
W a. m.
3 p. m.
S p. wa.
8: ft a. m.
1 J: a. m.
S-M p ru.
: p m.
(JAIKO & ST. LOUIS II. K.
f UM -WW
II. AV. SMITHKKS, Itwiver.
SHOIITEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
ThrotiL'h KNDron li-aven Cairn 10:()a.m.
ThroniiU Exprtw rrifiat K.St I.ouit.. ti:40p.m.
Tlm)Uj;li Kxprvia leaven K. St I.oui.... S:i a.m.
Through Kxprei-n arrives at Cairo 3:1.1 p.m.
MuTphynboroarromniodatloii leavee Cairo i 15 p.m.
Mu'pkViitioio Ace. arrive at Murphy nboro S:.V. p.m.
MarpbyKhoni Acc. leave" Murphynlioro. .. ft: SO p.m.
lurpb'ylioro Acc. arrive at Cairo i 55 p.m.
The Cairo St. I.ouI Kail Road I the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Lonla under one
Tiianiwement. therefore there Bre no delayn at
u n v Ktatiiiu awnitinir ruDm-i'tinna from other linen.
C'.ue and ure connection" at St. I.ouic with other
l:nc fur North. KtHt and Wet.
.1. A. NAliil.E. L M. JOHNSON.
Aient. Oeneral Manager.
M IfTI VCTIIB SHORTEST ROUTE TO
01 iUILEjO KvntiMvillu.
yl 7 If II IV THK SHORTEST TO I.OtlS
M 311 YIU.K, CINCINNATI, 1JAL
T I MO RE AND WASHINGTON.
) 1 f II IV TUB SHORTEST TO INDIAN
Oh iHlliriO AP0L1S,P1IILADKLPH1A,NEW
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trulua of all other routes making the aamc
mr-PaKfienffera by other routes to make connec
tion must rldu all niijht. waitlnt; from one to x
hours at unall countrj atnllon for trains 01 cuu-
1 V f V f 1 1 V T? T II E FA CT and take our 4 :4.1
ltfriU ri.lnlilv . m, (rui,,, rpuchitiB Eviiuk
Tlllo, Indiannpolls. Cineinimtl and LoulKville wime
niv. I rains leave anil arrive at v.airo aa ioiion;
Mail leaves 4:4.1 a.m.
Mull arrive. 10:00 p.m.
Through tickets and check to all Important
K A Mll.ll-u KOSWEI.t. MILLER.
tlen l I,.. Affi'iil. tienrral Siip't.
I.. It. Clll'RCII. Peni!er AlPMlt.
SADLF.RY AND HARNESS.
gADDLEUY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KINNEAll,
tn lic old Lttilwlir & It(orrt ntml, near the
Aral) Fitslrie House.
18 prepared to do all kinds nr work In his lino,
ruentilv. nvneilicliiuslir.anit lit a 1ltitiottih work
manlike manner. Ho Invites palnmnno and "M
anteea satisfaction la cyewpartlinlnr.
('oilier Twelfth Street.
K. A. IJUUXETT, Proprietor.
Of all (Uscriptions to order at
To Order on Short Notice,
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads. 5 and G Pound
Bill Heads. U and l(i Pound
Statements, r and 6 Pound
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
Whito and Colored
TJrniTjT A "T-Tr,tJ
1 UDlXlilv J .xar Jlxt,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
NF.W GUS SHOP. .
II. K INCE,
EW GUjSt SHOP,
t'umnierclul Ave., opposite Seventh st.
CAIRO, : : : ILLINOIS-
Gnus, Pistols, Suit and Looks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE liORIMl ON BREACH-LOADING GUNS
All work guaranteed satisfactory, at cheaper rate
han cau bf. olit allied at any ot her place In the c i t
WHOLESALE WISF.S AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Di alera lu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind?,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. have constantly a Isrs
stix k of the best goods in the market "and tiivu
especial attention to the. wholesale, branch l the
F. M. SKx-kfletlu Frstlolin Hross.
Stockfleth tt Bross,
Successor! to ?. M. Stockfleth,
Importers ami AVholsrtlo dtalprs in
Foreign and Dinuestii'
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhiti". Kf 1 1 Island. Catawba. California and Im
poru d Purt. Sherry, Medara W ines and Cham
NO. 02 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
ROOTS AND SHOES.
llanufacturer snd Dealer iu
IJOOTS AND SHOES,
.Leather and Kindhijjs
No. W Coinniercial Ave.. Ret. Fifth and Sixth S s.
Keeps constantly on hand a lare assortmea of
dents and l.odies Hoots and Shoes of all st;les
and sizes, and i the very best ol St. I.oilis md
Cincinnati Hand made work: sold chruper liau
ever before, and cheaper than like goods cau b'.-b-tained
in this city.
Also, always mi hand a lur.'e stock of Leatherind
Findings of all description, sola very close.
EW MEAT MARKET.
ISiu'tiof the Buffalo Head.
No ). Ohio I
K0F.HLER BROS.. Proprietors,
JOE AUELL, A sent.
A fall and complete supply of the best tt all
kinds meat always uu hand. Orders ailed at anv
hour, day ornijht.
Dealor in Fresh Meat.
Hot ween Washington it: I Com
nieivial Av, ndjoinins Il.uiiiyB.
KEEPS for aale the best Reef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
I.amh, Sausage, Ac, and is prepared Id serve
families in au acceptable mauue.r.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholcsalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o F riOKl
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
MORNING. APRIL 10, 1879.
J) II O P S Y,
I never shall
Forget the First Dose.
Dr. n. R. tSTr.vKKs: I'mmuESri.
Dear Sir.- I have been a creat siiffen-r from drop
J7;''!CH,'nl,K lo niy boost; nioro than a year.
n?,?,h3 ?f !'"' tlmu ' u'"lly hclpls . I
obliged to have two men help me lu and out of
l ;i,ir.olI,"u t'" !"-" Innf.T tlmu my natn
Snhu. n?nA V ,w!ilM ' K-"t a" man
kad thnHiw- 1 ";ll'd rcm"'li''" for lropsv. I
Mi I w"1 1d''rt'" "l'lri-. My friends all ix peer
tn,.Z oul',lll,;; many ultjhts I expected to ttiu be
lore rooming At lust Veijetlne us sent to me by
I never shall forirct the llrst dose. 1 could
r IUe its cood elTeetH from day to day; I was eet
"H bettcT. After I had taken some 5 or 0 hollies,
i tould sleep quiio well ulhtti. I lan to L'aln
Bvv (iiit,. (aH
ctald walk from ouo part of my rtMira to the other
Aiier ui k i ii u some ten notties,
"appeared. 1 kept taking the tfejjetlne until I re
":l'Iieinwas(oou; incuropsT liatl at this tlinis
Kuc(i my usual ueaiui. i uearu or a Rreat many
cures by uslns Vei(etlue after I got out and was able.
to attend to tny work. I am a carpenter and builder.
I w ill also say it has enred an aunt of my wile's of
euraliia. who had suffered for more than 20 years.
She saya he has not had any nenruljrla foreluht
nnth, I have riven it to one of my children for
tanker Humor. 1 have no doubt in my mind' It
w-III cure any humor: it is a ea-at cleanser of tho
bliod ; It la safe to give a child. I will recommend
it o the world. My father Is eighty years old, and
nesais tin re Is nothing like It to i;tve strength and
lift to an aaetl person. I cau not be too thankful
lorthe use of It. I am, verv irratpfullv.
Yonrs, 'JOHN S. SOTTAtiE.
Ali, Diskasks hk Ulood. If Yecetiue will relieve
liau. cleanse, purify, and Hire such discuses, restor
Ing'lie patient to perfect health after trytnu' dirter
ent physicians, umnv remedies, and sutlerliiL' fur
jear, is 11 uoi conclusive proor, lr you area sufferer,
you an be cured r Why is this medicine Perform
Inu'snch great cures? It works in the blood, In the
circulating fluid. It cau truly be culled the Great
Illootl Pnnfler. The creat source of disease orlu-ln-atesinthti
liltmd; and no medicine that does not
act tiirectly upon It. tn purify and renovate, has any
Jutt claim upon public attention.
I owe niy Health
TO YOUH VALUABLE
,, Newtoiit, Kv., Apr. SW, 1819.
Mil. P.. U. Stkvens:
Dear Sir: -Havin!.' suffered from a breuklncout of
vaukenius wires lor more mun uve years, caused
by an accident or a fractured bone, which fracture
ran into a running sore, and have used everything
I could think of, and nothinu helped me until I had
taken six buttles of your valuable medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the upcithecarv. recommended verv high
ly. The sixth bottle cured me. and all I can'say is,
that I owe my health to vour valuable Vetretiue.
lour mosi otieilient servant.
ALUERT YON RoEDER.
"It Is unnecessary for me to enumerate the dis
eases for which the Ykuktinr should he used. I
know of no diseaso w hich will not admit of its use
with eood results Almost iunumerablecomplaiiits
are caused by unisonous secretions in the hln.iH
which cau be entirely vxpeled from the system by
me ui-ui iue koktink. lien the hiooit Is per
fectly cleansed, the disease ranldlv viehls- nil nut llal
ceaw; hfttlthy actiou in promptly restoml, und tUo
Cured me when the
Cincinnati, 0., Apr. 10, 1ST'
Mb. II. It. .Stuvevs:-
Dear Sir: I was seriously troubled with Kidney
.ompiuini lora 10112 time. 1 tiavo consulted the
3est (UN-iors in this city. I have used rourVaoK-
riNK for this disease, and It has cured me when the
doctors failed to do so.
onrs truly. ERNEST Dl'RIGAN,
Residence. li'Jl Race street;
Place of business, :)73 Cent. Ave.
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vcg-otine U Sold By all Druffsists,
JtssE HlNKLE, N. B. TlltSTl.gWOOD, J. II. MoOIlK
1 1 1 N K LE, Till STLEWO OD
Farmers Tobacco Warehouse
No?. 105 and l-.'T Commercial Aveuue,
CVUKO, II. I..
tl.lberal Advancements made oa C'onMjin
ments of Tubaccc. Flour, and drain.
fr-A' nts for tie ar, Scott 4 Co. threshing ma
chines, portable saw mill and threshing engines.
A(etits lorchamplon harvesting machines, mowers
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Illffhest Co-sh Priee Paid for Wheat.
CAUPESTKR AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(bctweeu YhlU;tori and Walnut.)
Estlraates on buildings, on losses by Are
or otherwise made on short notice,
ALL work Intrtiststl tn hltn will rrlw prompt
'v ntteutiou. nud will be executed Ui a tat sUtlorjr
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, April 0,2:00 p. m. -Wheat
unehimgod-Winter, Ss lUI0s 2d; Spring,
7s Cil 8s 3d; California average, 8s 10d
9s 4d ; Califtirnia cluh, 9s !!il0s 8tl. Corn
new 4s Gil.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, April 9, 12:05 p.m.-Wheat
dull, lower No. 2 Chicago, 1 041 05;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 031 0G; Red Win
ter, 1 041 14i; No. 2 Bed Winter,
$1 14; No. 2 Amher, 1 12. Corn
quiet Steamer, 44 4'; No. S, 44; No.
CHIC400 (IRAf.V AND PRODUCE.
CiircAoo, April !), 10 a. m. Pork-
May, flO CO; June, $10 4'2. Corn-
May, 33; June, 00. Wheat-May, 93;
Cmc.vdO, April 0, 12:00 m. Corn-
May, 33? ; June, DC. Wheat -May, 924' ;
June, 94. Pork -May, 10 25; June.
Special to tlit Times Journal.
Washington, April 8.-It is clear that
the stalwarts are determined to make a
more bitter sectional fight on the army bill
in the senate than was made in the house.
Blaine, Chandler and Logan will not be
deterred by the fate that befell Gartield,
who at the end of the debate in the house,
took pains to hedge on the position he first
obtained. The debates and attempts to
compromise during the last days of the late
session showed that the senate Republicans
were more robust in their stalwartness
than those of the house. Blaine has, by
the amendment lie has offered, announced
his course. It is that if United States
troops are to be kept from the polls, so
must the white leaguers ;for.that is what he
means by fixing a line against any person
who shall go armed to the polls on the day
of election for congressmen. While the
senate Republicans may drop the revolution
cry, yet they shall shout tho bloody shirt.
Judge Kelly the oldest Republican mem
ber of congress, to-day said that he hoped
that the house would give plenty of time
on the legislative bill foi tii:Uaiu and lei
the country know how thoroughly Pick
wickian was the cry of revolution and re
volt. The truth in that many Republicans
are, like Judge Kelly, disgusted with
the talk about the confederates starving
the government to death, and if it were not
for the fact that all Republicans follow
their leaders they would give expression to
their belief in the debate, us -did Judge
CARPENTER TO THE FRONT.
The feature of the debate on the Bell
case in the senate was the speech by Matt.
Carpenter, who took the ground, maintain
ed by the majority of the Democrats, that
Bell should not be seated, as the constitu
tion tloes not provide for the appointment
of a senator by the governor of a state when
the vaucy is occasioned by the expiration of
a regular term and the absence of the legis
lature, which will not meet in New Hap
shire untill fall. Carpenter was in his best
trim, and in the cross-firing which
arose out of his speech displayed some
of his old-time ability. He read from the
record of the laat congress, in which Blaine
is down as saying tho governor would not
have the authority to nppoiut, and in the
rending of Blaine's remarks, Carpenter so
emphasized them as to cause great laughter
at the Maine statesman. There will be a
number of Democrats who will vote to seat
Bell; but probably, with one or
two exceptions besides Carpenter, the
Republicans will be solid in favor of Bell's
credentials. As Carpenter said in begin
ning his argument, there ought to be no
parly consideration on the votes, a, decided
either way, it made no difference as to the
working majority of the Democrats. No
vote was reached on the question.
THE ARMY DILL.
The army bill was reported back to the
senate from the committee, exactly in the
shape it passed the house, and notice was
given that it would be called up ns sooa as
the Bell case was disposed of.
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
THE N RO 110 F.XODIS KIT. JOHN PORTER RE
M U)IEI RANDALL'S COMMITTEES, ETC.
Special Correspondence Cairo Bulletin.
Washington, April 4, 1879.
Meetings are held almost nightly here
now for the purpose f giving intelligent
direction to the migration movement
among tho colored people of tho south,
which has been incited by Senator Wiudom's
proposed measure having that 'n view last
winter. Tho evidences comes from all sec
tions of the south that the colored people
are taking hold of tho Idea with spirit, and
great crowds of them propose to "s;o West"
or somewhere to build now Lome. At a
meeting the othor ulyht a national commit
NEW SERIES NO. 248.
tee of 100 leading citizens representing d'J
lerent states was appointed to advise ad
direct this movement. The subject L d!
veloping importance and interest, and mi
result in vital social and political changfl
.jciiuii.il t imiuiii a iiioa mat tins is tne wd
to settle the southern question is shared ll
a good many other eminent men who at
giving it attention.
The decision of Gen'ls Schofleld, Terrl
and Getty in favor of tho restoration i
Gen. Fitz John Porter may have an ImpoH
A.. 4 ... -1 .'a . I jV . van
mm jioiuicai eneci. n rorter was no
i.i... . , . j .. ...
uiumaiue ior mo taiiurcs whicli werl
charged to him, who was? That is a seril
ous question. It carries with it, in thJ
minds of many, whether the conviction
Porter was not an indirect way of punuh
ing Gen. McClellan, now Governor
New Jersey and supposed to be a candiJati
for president. The a'cquital of Porter is i
vindication of McClellan, say tho McCIell
i. hulls, null iiiiw Timi' nrnnnod r mi .k . I. :
nn 1,.. ... 1 .1 . . .. - I
idol anew Tup nrtlifL. ..I -..r,.-. i i. .
I '...vi.ULU,, .1. LU
nnut.ln. T i.1.nl.l 1 .1... ,1 9i . . .
, - , mui, LUIS ItlCU 1J1I1MI
gather irreat force from Mm
cai comn ic.'itmn rr Ar,.r'i,.iin.,
l'lfn rf AMtl.r... I. III t .1
. - . u V 0. 1 .
....iv, cuuisu nU vm oe tne ciiict compe
titor ol lildenfor eastern sunoort. New
Jersey will present him, now, Tamany Hall
Democracy, as represented here, is willino
, - g - - , Q
to take anybody to beat Tilden. Tamany
and Washington are in constant communi
cation and publicly declare that both ends
n r-tl n.ill.nn in ........... ...... 1 . 1 1 -
uiw wining iu outi-iji uuyooojr 10 carry uicir
point. Who better than McClellan? The
young Democrats still enthuse over him to
a certain extent, and he has personal mag
netism which will enthuse a party. Among
the many curious turns in politics nowa
days, the revival of McClellan would not Ix
I have about tired of predicting when
Speaker Randall will appoint his commit
tees. It is said he had them all prepared
several days ago, but hesitates to present
them, because he desires to stave off gener
al legislation, which will begin as soon as the
organization is completed. But the soft
money Democrats and Greenbacker9 are
clamoring for action, and the speaker and
his friends will not be able much longer to-
resist them. The majority of the Demo
crats are getting nervous over the delay of
actiou in revising the legislation of the last
so years and win not suomit to it a great
The debate in the house is developing a
great deal of ability on both sides without
changing a vote, probably. Mr. Robeson,
of New York, made a strong Republican
speech yesterday, embodying the novel idea
that it is not military power that the Dem
ocrats are striking at, but civil authority,
from the tact that the troops are authorized
to bo used near the polls are merely as aid
to the civil officers. 3Ir. Blackburn, of
Kentucky, followed with a very able
speech from the Democratic standpoint
which excited great enthusiasm from the
Democratic side. But after all everybody
feels that their lines were drawn before a
word was spoken and will not bo changed.
Tho Democratic bill will probably be adop
ted and vetoed ami then we are at sea again
touching the result.
Col. Btirch, the new secretary of the sen
ate, has announced that it will not be con
ducive to the service to change all his em
ployes at once, and he will retain the Re
publican officials in many places probably
through the extra session. The Demo
cratic office seekers are of course disap
pointed but it cannot tie helped. Colonel
Burch may regret that he cannot help all
his party friends, but he will not sacrifice
the public business for party.
EvKnYTHixo Goes Wro.no. In tho bod
ily machanism when the liver gets out of
order. Constipation, dyspepsia, contamina
tion of the blood, imperfect assimilation
are certain to ensue. But it is easy to pre
vent these consequences, und remove their
cause by a course of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, which stimulates the biliary organ
and regulates its action. Tho direct result
is a disappearance of the pains beneath the
ribs and through the shoulder blade, the
nausea, headaches, yellowness of the skin,
furred look oP the tongue, and sour odor of
tho breath, which characterize liver com
plaint. Sound digestion and a regular
habit of body are blessings also secured
by tho uso of this celebrated restorative of
health, which imparts a degree of vigor to
tho lody which is its best guarantee ot safe
ty from malarial epidemics. Nervo weak
ness and over-tension are relieved by it, and
it improves both appetite and sleep,
A Card. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of maa
hood, Ac., I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free of chakok. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary Im South.
America. Send a self-addressed envelop fc .
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