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t;:rfn llrithl'it Pine. Kor libtf, nit War
r" St.'t DiuWu-f Cur.:.
For iitl DruKBluK andll ili::ili:r Ht fl.i'. t
bo';;i. l.ar-fct liottK'" In 'he ninrki.'t. Try it
11. II. WAItNLIt CO., K H tn.Hi r, X. Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Thlpnr-r"lon. It" l;'tilfl", foiuiit of
VogrtaUe l-ioi.'r-.ii tint arc lurnnl.nn tu Uic murt 1
iratclOTRllil. I'twn om XrM tn mt rlt of tbli Com.
pound will be rreofpuiKd, fc relief U loimUu i and
hen It nw U cuntlmwd, In nlncty-nlnc riww In a nun.
dred, ap-nanntrcrTlIIowd,atl)iiu.ud will tes
tify. On account of It pruren nrlt, it it to-day ro
comnvnrtfd aud n'Hbrd by the bent pliyniclani In
It will ran entirely tbo worrt form of falling
ct tb uterat, Leucorrho, lrrfgnlar and painful
MeiirtrnaUon, all Ovarian Trouhlrt, Innammation and
Ulceration, flooding aU DUplawnwnti and tha foe
rqtKDt plnal wrakWM. and ! npwlally adapted to
tb Chang of Ur. It will dinaolv and expel tumor
from tbuterulnan early tagw of uVwlonment. Tb
tendency to cancorou humor Uwr If checked ry
In fact It ba prored to b th Breat
cat and beat remedy that ha ever been dloorr
ed. It permeate erery portion of the fyxtem. and el"
new lifeand rigor. It renioTe f alntnnw.flatulenoy, d
troy all craving for itimulanta, and rclierct WMkneM
ItcnroiBloatlnff, Headache, Serroa rrortratloa,
General DebUlty, eieepleauiee, Deprrxlon and Indl
eitlon. That feeling of bearing down, canning pain,
re ight aDd backache, I alwayi permanently eared by
luiue. It will at all Uroe. and under all elrcunutan.
cea, act In harmony with tb law that gorars th
For Kidney Complaint of either ei tbl eompouod
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I prepared at US and B Wtern AnniM, Lynn. Mm.
rrtro 1100. Six bottle for tS.00. Sent try moU In the
form of pill, abo In tb form oftoaongoi, on rwoelp
otprk-e, 1.00, per . ' ltDr- nfK11
freely an:rrni all lettar of Inquiry. lend for pam
phlet. AddreaaboT Mrntim Mi paptr.
No family abouldb without LTD1A E. FINKHAM'
UTR PIL1A They eur Conirtlpatlon, BUlouanci
and Torpidity of thUTr. Iftoantomrbol.
BICHARDSON & CO., St. Loulu, Mo.
Vho)rl nirnuU for LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
'VEtablo f 'nin pound.
A WEEK in yonr own town, and tio
capital rlkort. You can (live ths
himlnima a trial wltbont eipunNO.
The hat nnnnetnnlt ver OfTorud fot
inrnn A , rti ahoulrl
lily iiiuev niumn lu null. --
n try nuvbitiff elfo till you soc for your
i. torn to explain bore. Youcin (lvroie ail yonr
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... . l. . ta i fir nwArm linn that vntl WfirK
1UIIRO Lirnv J't wti j
Wdiik ii mnke much ai men. Bond for ftpeclal
pr.nti! trnif nil purucnrarn, wnica wo mnurai.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
UJCAL WKATHKK KtlMMT.
Caiho. III., Nov. n, m
Tber. Hum. Wind. ViJ Wmtlicr.
W i fK . ThrcHl'It
Id hi 8F, 4 l.t. Kain
. M (7 Kli .1 TUnafir
Maximum Tom)mriiiivu. Mini mum Tern-
Kiraturo. -fls : Kumfnll 0.00 llichoi,
Jllvor fl ft S iiu.hu
W. H. n.Y.
H'-re't Slunl C'orud. U. S. A.
A KKI VD,
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. . . . . Fvjiinvll'u
... . St. I.ouii
... .Now Orlviius
. Mtmud City
Til'.- C' jmm iiiwo'ilth liad al
Tlie Fowlor iirrivt.l ou time yestcrtav
with lier Uju;i1 yimi trip.
I tie tcnUnrii ! xf,t fiway with
cuMtdkc on the wutor.
J lie Mvf. Ocnr vieve arrived
She aK!cd CO tODs for St. Louis,
luvcrut 1 p. ni. & ft-et 2 inches above low
wat'.r mark, a nseof II inches id 24 hours.
The Dexter res!;ijipel two biinjrcl bar
rels meal find some light freights fur
Capt. Ikb McCoy, tleik of the Jaaies I).
Parker, passed throiit'li Tuesday niht, en
routc to Memphis. The Parker leaves Mem
phis to-night tor Cincinnati, lo!lowed Satur
day by the J. W. (Jaff.
The John 13. Maude was receiving thu
asiistance ot t)ie Lckert yeterday,and will
probably be ra:sedto-day. Her lower deck
W!i8 clear, which would render her being
pumped out a small matter comparatively.
(.'apt. Brunei- and the E. H. Durfee have
retired from the Paducuh and St. Louis
trade, and the Kouutz line, General Thick
er, has the cre.mi all to her -lono st'lt.
Cant. Kroner i - ,.:.t,..i...i
x Klfjaxt Tmi.i.f lKi-.utAi ion. hair
dresfcin and restorative is lound in "Lon
don Hair Color KeUorer. ' It scldoui fails
to restore gray or laded hair to its original
youthful color and beauty. I a'.ung hair is
checked by its use, and it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, o:'t, glossy
ari l luxuriant. It certainly i the mot
cleanly nnd erl' etive hair restorer now be
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Barrytown, Duc-Iu-sk coun
ty, X. Y., writes: Pr.'Swayne & Son, Phil
adelphin: Gents I enclose a postuffice
order for eight dollars; please send me one
dozen "Loin Ion Hair Color Ktirer.'' It
has stoped my bmr from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It has proven
satisfactory- in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Ke-torer" can be obtained at all
the leading druggists
at T5 cents a bottle.
, '1 ;
DON'T KNOW HALFTHE1KVALUK."
"They cured me of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney complaint, as recommended, I
had a ball bottle lett which 1 used for my
two little girls, who the diictors and neigh
bors said cmud not be cured. I would have
lost both of them one Dight if I bad not
given them Hop Bitters. They did them so
much good I continued trior nsc until tlicy
were cured. That is why I say do not know
half the value of Hop Bitters, aud do not
recommend thera high enough." B.,
Rochester, X. Y. See other column -
American Rural Home.
KNOW MY BOY BILL?
San Frnncieco Pot.
As the overlana express was snarling
thiouh Alameda yesterday on its way to
New xork tho engineer suddenly whistled
down brakes, the conductor Irantically
shouted and jerked the signal line, and
with many a jirk and squeak the long line
ot cars was brought to a stop.
The cause of tnis sudden "fetch up"' was
fat old lady w ith a red tnce and a green
puiasol, who had plauted herself squarely
in fiont of the engine, and was making the
most frantic signals for it to pause.
"What's tho matter! Anything on tho
track i".saiu tho engineer, excitedly.
"Nothing but me," eaid tho old lady
"Has there been i smash-up? Is there-
there a drawbridge open!"
' "Don't poke fun at nie, young man. 1
want to see the proprietor."
"The man who runs this thingthe cap
tain or whatever you call him."
"What do yon want with the conductor?'
"None of vour business. I want to see
the head man tho boss and to onct."
"Well. ma'Bin." said that functionry.
running op, watch in hand, "what's up?
What can I do for youl"
"Tou go through Chicago don't you '"
"Why, of course. What of it!" .
"Know my son Bill Bill Skinderson.
"No. For heaven's sake get off the track
"Don't Bass me, you red-nosed gorilla, or
I'll inform on you. Deary me, I 1 bought
everybody know my boy Bill prominent
man there runs tho hiircBt fruit stand In
town, and -hands off. you rascil. Don'
dure to tech mo. I'll move when I'm good
"Well, blank your blanknatioti eyes, liur
CAIRO BULLETIN; TIlUlDAY MOKNING, 'nOVKMBKU
"Oh ! I thought vou'd change yer tunc
Well, I widli you'd atop ii day or two at
Chicago and look up Bill, and toll him that
little Mariali Jann's Judders have kinder
worked Hronnd into tits, and there's more
hopes. She's sorter"
'Start her up. Jimmy '"yelled thu furious
conductor; mid il tho old lady hadn't hus
tled up horhkiiU and humped herself bho
would huvo had a first-class enso of
damages against tho company. After that
tdm stood apopletic with rage, shaking her
parasol at the disappearing train, mid an
nouncing her determination to go right
over "smi see t.iuvcrnor Nananl tin
minute the dishes were washed."
CAUSK A XI) KFFL'CT.
The stomach is accountable for more
headaches, nervousness and general physi
cal deriiugemeiit than any other organ.
These directs, of which its weakness mid
derangement are the cause, are ot course
only to be permanently remedied by a
medicine which n.-toies its regularity.
The piimal uetion or Hoslctter's jstonmch
Bitters is upon the stomach, the equable
action ot which it renews. As a con si.-quctu-u
the associate organs, the bowels
and livci-.regair. activity and vigor, and the
brain and nervous system generally ex
perience ijiiietude. which they never can
while the gastric and bilious functions ure
distm-bed. Iitlinitely greater bodily com
fort is derivable f i om a ystciualio' course
of this genial medicine, than h to be found
in a recourse to heady stimulants, and local
"tonics" and "appetizers," so-called, the
alcoholic principle of which usually tlery,
is unn.edicated by the admixture of botanic
SOI L ys. BODY.
Tin: Clilcugj TrlliuiiB
Svhaci m:, N. Y. Oct. 22. To night the
correspondent of the Tribune learned, the
particulars of a strange affair. A kmilo
north of the isolated little village of l'hie
nix lives Joseph Smith, an honest, industri
ous fanner. He is a God-fearing man, and
is prominent at all religious meetings. Not
until about three years ago did Mr. Smith
evince any particular interest in church
matters. At that time a revival occurred
in the Methodist L'piscopal church iiiPhtn
nix. Mr. and Mrs. Smith attended regular
ly aud experienced a change of Heart.
Sight after night they indulged in lengthy
exhortation, and their spiritual tenets
eventually developed into fanaticism. Three
or four weeks ago Mrs. Smith became im
pressed that she and her daughter, a bright,
intelligent girl of sixteen, were tilled with
sin. The daughter became imbued with
the same belief, and the two were con
vinced that nothing but piotracted fasting
and prayer would cleanse their souls. They
told a minister of the contemplated action,
and he sanctioned it. Accordingly at noon
oa the fourth inst. they partook of
a little milk. For five days neither
of them took nourishment of any
description, but at the end of that time
Mrs. Smith resumed eating. The suste
nance of the infant at her breast was ex
hausted, and, as she ay?, o!cying Divine
instructions, she broke her fast. The I
young girl, however, eontiuued fasting. The
total abstinence of tho vouug giilconti
"i'ven ""V Mfi"' ".;,'j.yu. she, was
.iic wiin s'l Mr.rv uiar HIH hfi1 v
queiit hunting spells. Oli uturday even
ing, the sixteenth, lricuds, learning ol the
ondition of the girl, called a doctor, but
she was passed aid, and died tho next morn
ing, Sunday. Some time previous to begin
ning the fast the girl was m delicate health,
but at the time of beginning her abstinence
she was in perfect vi.'cr. She was of de
termined disposition, and it was her self
will that caused her to resist the pangs of
hunger. While lasting she moistened her
mouth each day with a dump cloth, and
twice she washed her mouth with wafer.
On one ;if these occvion.- she accidentally
swallowed a single drop, and for this sup
posed sin she atoned by praying for eight
een consecutive hours. hen she became
so weak that she could ni t yet on her knees,
her mother informed lipr that prayer was
just as etti-ctuai wiuie sitting ;:i a enair or
lviug in ben. ami in tli o comiitions it was
continued until her physical strength tvas
There are several other
children in the
faniilv, but none of the
e participated in
the fast. Mr. Smith, although not fast
ing, interposed no obir-ction to his daugh
ter's abstinence. An invtstiirntion will be
held, and if it is found that Mr. and Mrs.
Smith arc insane, as it is supposed they
arc. they will be sent to an asylum.
Swavxk's Oistmk.nt and Piu.s." The
greatest remedies the world has ever known
curing the most inveterate case of skin
diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scaly
head, barbe's itch, sores, all crusty, scald
akin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itching piles. As a blood purifier
and regulator, Swayne s Tar and Sarsapa
rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sick and
nerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward oft malarial fevers, cleansing the sys
tern and bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every f rgun of the body
Price 2.r ecu td a box, live boxes fl. Oint
ment 50 cents, three boxes 1.2."i. Can be
sent bv mail to any address on receipt of
price, Address letters, Dr. Swayne & Son
950 North Sixth street, Philadelphia
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
Oni'iiA M. HoiXiK, of Battle Creek, Mich,
writes May 16, 1878: "I upset a teakettle
of boiling hot water on my hand, indicting
a very severe scald. I applied Dr. Thomas
Eclcctrie Oil, and take great pleasure in
announcing to you thut tho effect was to
allay pain and prevent blistering. I was
cured in throe days. We prize it very
highly as a family medicine." Sold by
Paul 0. Schuh.'
NOT FOR A FORTUNE.
"Phew" I wouldn't marry her if sh'd
fortune. Poor girl, she'd be all right if sho
took Spring Blossom, the best thing in the
world for offensive breath. I'nces: 00e
trial bottles 10c.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Maksiuu
Mich. Will send their celebratad Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days
trial, ispeedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they Bay. Write to them with
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
The man who tries to build a fire with
wet wood, acta in a damp fuel-isH manner,
and w ns bad as a man refusing to take
Snrimr Blossom when his face is covered
with Dimples and he's suffering from In
digestion, Biliousness? and Dyspepsia
Price: 60 cents, trial bottles 10 cents,
Sold by Paul O. SchuL, druggist.
E:P EE ' 'EEEE;::: Sid
a W 5
CUKE " HACK ACHE i
Audai: di'(iii nf thu Kldiu vH, l,u, r Mu
I rluary Urntit by wuurinj; tin:
Iniprovcil Kxoclsfin' Kidney-Pud
b is a MAUYEL of Ii i:.U.IN. iiud KKLIKI-'
Simple, Sensilik'. Direct, Tain
it ci:ji-:h "i.irciin iinefHiiii. a kkvela-
TION and KEVOM TUiX In Muillclue. Alisorp
liou or direct n p! icn t ln. an oiipuu'd id tin
Hallnfttctory Internal miiliilne. Hum! fur our
trcatiiiu on Kidney tnmlili-j, n-nt fret'. Snld hy
dru'iiitu, or m:u! iiy umil.uu rt'Ci lut of price, :
utile Kidney Vail 1 -J MildlSOll StIVl'f .
Ak for ti and CHICAGO, ILL.
lake no other.
Managers for the Nurthwmt.
'Worth its Weight ix Gold.
CLUES XEUKALGIA AND TOOTHACHE.
CUKES NEURALGIA AND TOOTHACHE.
CURIAS AN Y KIND
Sold by all Druggists. PDICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Co to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New National
Dves. For brightness and durability ot
pounds, price 1) cents.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
AllKinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Shoot,
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, in Black or Color;!.
Lftter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Lading", Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
(AIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE Vto STATES.
On and after Monday. JnneVth, and until Inrther
notice theferryboat Will make trip at follow:
LAVt tAVF LAT
Poet Fonrth t. MlMonrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g,
Ttflflt.m. 7:30 a.m. 8 a. m.
9:n0a. m. 9:;Kia. m. 10 a. m. .
tl:0Oe. m. 11:30 a.m. I4:0m.
8:00 p.m. 1:30 p. ra. i p.m.
4:10 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5;3i)p.m.
1p.m. i:30p.m. S p. m
week In yotirovrt) town, $.1 ontflt flro. Ha
rifle. Iteader, If yon want a ImtlnrM at
which neroii ol either rtx fan make sreai
day all the time they work, write for pariicnlar to
U. UAILBIT c v.u..rotona.
f'sby AliSORPTIOX i.Viit lire's way.) !
i 4 11LUXG DISEASES.
I A ' THROAT DISEASES.
It DlilVES INTO i h
nnd hi'aliti i meillcini'..
vtoni oci.-iitivo amenta
It UKAWs I- KOM thi. dcti. il parts the polnons
IliHt eaii-o death.
rilOl-SAMlsTLSTIFYTO ITS VIKTTKs.
You can be Peliovetl a ml Cured
Ilon'l despair until you bavi! tried tlilm netmiblc.
hiisily .rppiird a.,.! It A I) I . A UV K K
Y V. T I' A I. Kcmeilv
Sold by dniai;ietii, or riit by mail mi recelnl of
priee. -J.(W, by '
bonk '-Three M4 Madison Mrect,
SiilllimaaYi-ar- CHICAGO. ILL.
Manajrcr for tho Northwcft.
color are uncquaiicn. i-oior iroiii iuo
q; w. wheeler,
Summer Wood and Kindling
consUDt'.y on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trlmmlui!"ar conrd .liavlnps and maks
the heat minmer wood for cooking purport's m well
i the cheepeot ever fold in Calm. For black
nilih' ue in Mttlnjr tlro. they aro uneqnallcd.
Leave your ordors at the Tenth street wood yard
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OA 11 JO - - ILLS
"The Kichcst niood. Swictent Breath, and
Fairest Bktnin Hop Ulttera.
"A llMte Hop Blttcra ive bl doctor bills and
long elckncKe, ,
"That invalid wife, mother, r.Mor or child
can he made the picturo of health with Hop
"When worn down iinl ready to take your bed
Uop Hitter Is w hat you need.
"Don't physic and physic, for It weaken and
destroy, bnl tnko Uop littler that build up ton-
"VlivMlolansof all m-liool use and recommend
Hop UlUers, Test them.
"Health I beauty and Joy-Uop Bitters rIvob
health aud beauty,
, "Tliero are more cure mado with Hop Bitter
than all other medtcluet.
"When tho brain I wearied, the nerve tin
etrnug, the muscles weak, ue Uop Bitter.
'That low, nervons fovnr, want of sleep and
woakness, calls fur Hop Ullttora-
Hop Couch Cure nmlTaln Relief Is Pleasant
Sure ami Cheap.
FUR BALK BY ALL DKUUUISTS.
S-V . -A. V
O L 13 U I p
l'i)i- Cut, Smoking ToboctV
lmitl. moint, franraul and tweet. Smoke rooi
asn ff:H'. twt..e far t xranulMud tol.seco. " '
AI.1.KN Alil.STER, Manufaefirr-r.
' hicbaiund Vlrml:i.
T 1.1 SV
V. ROWl;l.l,.V (!0-S
OF LOCiL NKWHl'.Pi:i;s
All ai.yeilmerwITo Kpei, Ik upward of 5,eC'
year, ami who invested len than $;lV)of It In ihi
Llat, writes : "Your Sulect Local Lint paid me hc-
nHMiTiMi, AU' TI1K iVUK AUVE
IT IS Nor A CO-OrKRATIVE LIST.
IT IS NOT All! RAP LIST.
it is an hum: s i r.isT.
The rotulopuo atntca i-xai llv whal Hie p:itier ar
h,t;,'1i,J.VllInt'0,"thl! Paper is printeil la I-'l'l.r
Afer. 1 V I'h Itfs d, ,.,-ury ,iMai,ee the IlEbT,
When printed In CAI'l l WI.A it ix the t'M.y pi'
per in the plaee. Tlie IUt jivei. tho poniiliition of
every town ami ihr e!re alntion of every paper
i hi' MU'M-hiii.-eil for advert!" inrarc: lmreiy oilf -nlth
lUu p-i!iliIier'e fehed.iie The price lorin"lf
"taieK r.inije from (! to $0. The p: ice inr one Inch
one monlh In tlie entire Ilit is $iij5. Tins regular
rate of the punets tor (h tamo npaee and tuna
are e.'.ftSD 1 1. Tin. llat Inolude fl.Vi iiow-paper, 'of
which is,' are ImuciI d-it!y and rii: weeklv. Ther
are located In ',) dilTereut citlea ned town, it
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Hi Hpriico hi.. New York.
PRESENTS, free. Send addrt-
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School street, Ronton. Alas.
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Many have made at the liuii!f ever one hundred
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Tho eslranrdlnnry eflect of this Buchu. a pre
pared by Dr. Ilaydnck, upon the Kidney and t'rt
nary Cri;ans Is without a Derail. 1 iu th o history lol
medicinu, and its retails farheyoud any of tho
Kidney remedies of the day. Ii stimulates Diges
tion adds tone, to the system, invigorates the De
bilitated, and I infallible for (he cnreofDia
letea in its worst form. ,
One trial of a teaspeonflll In a wTl-l;lass of
water will convince the most sceptical within from
ten to twenty minates.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseased affecting these organs, whether
they secrete too much or too littlo water, r
whether they be afflicted wlih Hone or gravel, or
with ache nnd pains settled in the luini oyer the
roKiou of the kidneys.
Will plvc almost Inmiedinte relief, when all oth'l ,
means have failed. Tliu most powerful existing
modlcinjfor the cure of female complaints. Fiflj?
years eper1enceineoutestably proves this remedy
unrivalled for the. disorders Incidental to the femalo
sex. No family should ne without It. and it may b
taken by young or old, as it will restore health when
every other mean prove unsuccessful.
To the stomach we trace dyspepsia, headache and
general debility to tho liver, bile,. Jaundice, and
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dyaentsry,
constipation, piles, and fistula: tothe longs, con
sumption, etc.; to tho b'ood, scrofula, scurry,
and ail cutaneous eruptions. By keeping theso
organ and vita fluid pure and healthy we may
safely defy the attack of disease, aud no medtctea
jet prepared for this purpose can equal the ac
H BAR WHAT IS SAID.
"It has mado me anew man."
"Dr. Haydock'i Buchu bis Increased my weight
fifteen pound." '
"My wlio would not be without It for tnr
"Our littlo boy la much better, I enclose one
dollar for another bottle."
"I And It a easy to take as mtlk."
"We have sold thirteen bottle this weel, ud
shall want three dozen next order."
"Mr morning agony I gone thank to jrowr
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Any Invalid or sufferer afflctea with any KldnsX
disorder who will write me is to their complain),
will bo treated humanely aud kindly. It 1 My
most earnest desire to Investigate all form f
Diabetes, and to give relief at all times, llyoutr
too poor to purchase, write me any way, and you
case will have immediate attention.
Ohservo that tho signature of Jot. Uaydeck fa
across the mouth ot each bottle.
Price One dollar for Urge, and fifty cent for
"w ,lK' HAYDOCK & Co.,
7 Dey Street, New York.
ry up. What do you wantK ' .
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