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; THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY CORNING, NOVEMBER 23, isSQ, ' j
MiHCEi.LANiEouH. TnE DAILY BULLETIN. I itching riic8...svnlDtom9anJcUr,. I : " 8pBdBLo,o :
And the usual Purgative., In pli asant to take,
AikI will pn,i, l miee lb tnwl Kiiciii ni linrrolen
ftyaleni K4-nvutor un-I 4 Ii-hiimt Hint lm yet
lifMiL'til lii iHil'lf mil: . yir t'oilalllMl
(Ion. liilioiisill-, lli'iuliu-hr, I'IUh., hi,, I idi
ttuturtltrt atunnj tuim al ululru. tr, ttult of the .11. Irs,,
a n iiicuitifmritMy th Arit mruitr tttnut, Avuiti itu
lutt',in; In-itl mii irHliri'j tin nrt"'ii- r,iii-i for,
ltOIl4'.fr Itl IT I.AXVUVt: 111 ul up In
rii"iiil tin Ihhi'k only, lino hi ihi. Auk y-.ur
lirut'aul fur l)auijilive I'miirhlt-t, r(, .i"i. ihit iio
I'mloi, J. K. IlKTHKhlNii'MN.
3i. I'.uk I'luee, New York,
BtfotiE fmmua ASV FORM of So-Called
liariil.rir Appliance rrrirrinfriirirmi-NVrvnii,f lip, mo
tnl Hn:il lnn.ae, sen I luiho ITI.VMl.MAi II KK
OAI.VANIC I'll., New y.,tl, N, y., I iiiconiitii, ()., ' r
hull rrnci.co, l., f.,r ilinr ttf I'mil'lilil and
"Tne Klectrir hem w," u'l ).ii will ii" lu'i'llt
ami nomi,. The I'. II, Co. are 1 1 eu'v lib r in O'-n-'Hi.
ik'-oic Applouci mi Hi Aimiicim Continent.
HOW TO CU Mi.
COLDS, ASTHMA, (11011',
All dim-am.' of the Throat, Lnnr, and Pulmonary
USE ACCORDING TO 1)1 RUCTIONS
Allen's Lunir Bals.un.
j UK ALillHTSi.nbt. ta mI Tta,
lr4. uii litt. l-tvklt'a lau,ki Mi, 01. Uu, M,
IIH. Mr., In i.O.,l. la fiBiiluL frnfei
lr uiiii, , r--ii b in mi
Ki: In the moi-t p!i t
. liUflllrcs kliimn.
if ( niiitsl not ffiulri-d
Outfit tit fn-i- to thoMj who w Inn in t n
larBiit mid irufitalil
i-d. V will furuirh
evuryiliinv dnynnd upwardii In vi-l
rafllr mn e wiilnmt i;ivlm irl.i.i
home ot-r nlnht. No rlk wbatt-vrr. Many new
Horktrn wanird at ouce. Many are makitiif fort-nm-
at the bualnca. I.adli n'miike li n.m h
ineu.and loune lioya and plrl muae t-rt-al pav. No
one who U wIIIIbr Ui urk fall to rnaki? ' nmru
moDi y every any that) fan he made n a week at tut
other employment. 1 hoi vtboenKaKO at otire
in una nnri roaa to fortune. Addrem II.
iiAi.i.r.1 i a t u., rortlaiirt Maine
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN. MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Thlaprrpanitliin. Mill namo ullfrillln. ry,nlu of
Trubk rroivrtiet Hint urn Imruil.-m tu tin- iiimt del
rt lutclid. Viud one trial the mertta of thla O'tn
pound will b raeotfiOznl, u relkf U liiime-liio ; and
wnrn lutualacoiitlnin-d, In nlm ty nine ran In a run.
dred, apennanentctin-lnefrretedjthoUKUida will u
My. On acniunt of Ita pn.rtn mrrln, It U tolay re
rommrnitrd and pmrribrd j the bent phyalclaca la
It will cure entirely the wont form of falling
l th utrrua, Ixueurrbiea, lrre-ular and lnful
Menatrnatlon, all litarlaa Trouth-a, Infhuninatlun and
ricenulon, FToodlnirp, all Mij'lofeme nn and the con
aqoent tplnal weakneu, and la eapeclally adapted to
the Chasir of Ufa. Itwllldlaaolre and epe tumnrt
tram th uterualn an tau-ly atae of denlotmv-nt. Tlia
tendency to canceroua huinuri there la checked Tery
In fact It haa proeed to b th (Teat
at and brat remedy that haa erer been diacoTe
-i ll. permeate every portion of the ayatem. and elrea
new llfeand Tlgor. It remove fojntnew.natulcnry, da
tniya all craving for atlmulauta, and relieve weakoeai
of th itomarh
It cum Bloating, neailarhea, Kervoaa Trottratlnn,
Oeoeral Debility, Sleepleaaneaa, tlepnaalon and Indl
teUoD. Tliat fetUngof hearing down, earning pain,
tight and backache, la alwaya permanently cured by
tuna. Itwt!!atal!tltnc,aaduDdcrall clrcunutan
tm, act In harmony with tb law that govern th
PorKldneyComplalnt of either aex thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at 3.13 and Vi Wmtnrn Avenue, Lynn, Mana.
Prk ell OO. gli bottlinforl'i.00. Sent hy mail In I bo
form of pllla, alaolu the form ofLotenge. on receipt
of price, II.OO, r bor, for either. Mm. PLNKUASI
freely aniweri all tetter of Inquiry. Bend for Paul
phkt. Aildrrn aa above jVrnf ion (Ala poprr.
Ko family ahould be without LYDIA E. TINKILVM'
UYZU nilS. They cur OonnUpatlon, BUlouuu
audTorvidlty of th liver. 2 cenU per box.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholeitl afenla for LYDIA E. MNKHAM'H
lamitili' from a almpln Trotililciil Leaf ofllaru
Valun and l a 1'osirl VK Huinmly for all tlm dla
caa that vmwv tiiilua In th lower luirl r the
liitily for loriilit Mver ilradnchua Iitiimllci'
Dlzr.lui'. tlriivul, Mitltirlii, ami all oilier (llllkulllin
of ihn KWltioy". LI or anil Urlimrv Oruanr, for
Kemali! I)imaiii, Monthly Mutiatru'ntlona. md iiu
rlng 1'roKiiHiicv, It Iiuh no equal. It rerlori-a lhi
(irit.tna la tat mnltt) tho lilood, and Iicnre ia tlm bi-al.
llluod I'tirlfynr. It la the. only known n niedv tlinl
rum llrlchl' riMi'Hi). Kor DUboU, uau War
nar'a Snfu DlnheteaCuro.
PoraalobyDrugulKU and all duiilem it ft.C.t er
kttti'o. Lariteat lioltlealn Die market. Try it.
II. 11. WAltNttlt A IU. Itoutauatur, N. Y.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
A bg wliito rooite r In Wilmington,
N. C., iimkos liiiiisclf ireful by culcli
ing mice, of which ho in very fond.
The Tope's Imir in Riiow-wlitto. Ho
lin a cu-oii and vilniuin voici, and
liciirs liinii-elf with grout dignity.
Near Hood river, Oregon, a human
skeleton wan found in tlio fork of a
tree, 11 1 teen feet from the ground.
L,ori I luril't! ex plorers in Mexico havo
um-arllicd from nil Indian cemetery,
copper idols, copper trinkets, vases of
graceful forms beautifully painted,
toyH for children, and initiiy jars and
When Gamhetta Ir iouking in pub
lic ho pronounces '2'M) to 21u wordi a
minute. An ordinary fpeaker pro
nounces only about ISO words in the
baiiie time. Lord Macaulay ti-ed to
pronounce 330 wuiMs in a luiiiute.
Tho new mill of tho Willimantic
Linen company at Williunnlic, Conn.,
is 8(J0 feet long by 174 wide, and is a
onc-btory structure, the wliolo being
ono great room unbroken by any par
tition, and capable of holding between
fcO.OOo and 'Jowo people.
Immense quantities of implements
belonging to the stone and bronze uo
have jiiol been discovered near the ra
pids of the l)nieper. It is al.-o paid
that an ancient boat, dating back to
tho time of Uurik, has been iiueurthed.
The large.-t lathe in tho world has
been erecti d at the Si. diamond steel
works in the department of ihe Loire,
Fiance, where it will bo employed in
the turning of one hiinilicil-toii guns.
The lathe was made at tho Whitworth
works, in England.
The dependencies of the Rritish crn-
Iiirc, according to an article in the
iOU'lon L'conomitt, include an area of
7,010.669 Htpjare miles, a population of
20S,204)OuO,a coast lino of 3:1,000 miles,
and a total trade, ex pons uud im
ports to-ether, of $l,o7y,400,00O.
A cat, carelessly shut up in Kousc
ville, N. Y whilo tho family were
away for the summer holiday, was
found alive after thirty days. In tho
agonies of starvation it had torn down
the curtains and mutilated the wall
as hih as it could reach.
The Prince of Wales is still a littlo
short of pocket money. It will take
from two to three millions to enable
him to make his creditors entirely
happy. The I'l iuce is doing a good
deal toward awaking our British
friends to the cost of royalty.
Mrs. Horace Dobell is the name of
on English lady who has undertaken
the writing down of the authoress of
"John llalitax,"and to that end emit
ted an entire book. Mrs. Craig.lt ap
pears, "knows nothing.wliateverabout
women, or men either," This will
A mound near Swansea, supposed
to contain geological and aiiluju irian
trta.-urcs, was opened for the edifica
tion of a Inr-e party of men of science
oi the lirilish anociaiion. A member
of parliament supervised tho ceieino
ny, but the mound proved to be no
thing more imposing than a gravel and
bowlder heap, "accumulated by tho
ceiitriwctal action of two email springs
hich met at the fpot."
Lieutenant Condor has measured
the barleycorns in fcyria, ami limU
.thai, ucror ling to Maiinonidu's el ite
ii.eui that a cubic is iqu.il to 43 bar-leyi-iiins,
the length of aiiu'diiiin cubic
is'lu" iuclies. I'ioiii this re.Mili it ap
pears that a furlong is So yards; a
frabbatliday's journey bts yards, or
half a mile; uud a day's jouruey's
ti,;i:'o yards, or 4 miles.
A singular discovery was recently
made in a cemetery at Newhurgh, N.
Y. A number of trees were being
felled, and in the roots of one, a large
willow, imbedded to the depth of
twelve or eighteen inches, two foot
stones from graves were found, about
which the tivo had yivtwii, When
tho men engaged in the work were
cutting up the trunk to take it away,
about lift ecu inches from the surface,
at a point about three feet from the
ground, the saw grated against some
thing hard. They then split tho
stump, using powder and ax, until
they reached the curio-ity, which
proved to be a marble foot stone, in
the heart of the willow tree. Tho
fibre or grain of the tree had grown
around it, and evidently had been too
powerful for the stono, for it had been
broken in two pieces and the top
leaned considerably out of its place,
although closely surrounded by wood.
ii aa i i a,.
In an article on steel boilers, 7 Vie
L'lirjinecr says : "While wo admit that
excellent boilers have been mado of
steel, and may be made of steel, we
cannot shut our eyes to tho truth that
a great deal of an apparently admira
ble metal is quite unsuitable for this
purpose, Thus I.osscuior eteel, it is
said, cannot bo used lor boiler plates
with any certainly of obtaining u sat
isfactory result, and tho reason ap
pears to bo this: The whole process of
clearing soino five tons or so of iron,
from carbon, silicon and other impur
ities occupies i nly twentv iniiuiies.
When the contents of theiadloarc under-blown
or over-blown, tho steel is
unlit for boilcr-inaking. In ihe Siemens-Martin
proee-is, however, tho
chances of spoiling the steel tiro much
less. In working that system, if tho
metal bo tapped naif mi hour sooner or
later, tlio diU'eiciicc in tho quality of
tho stool would not bo so great as an
error of ftiuinuto would produce in
tlio steel of the llessemer converter."
The New York Jkrahl has an arti
cle on the clothing trade, which shows
that Now York stands first and Chica
go socond in tho business of making
and soiling men's furnishings and gar
ments. Tho Queen's printer has put his sig
nature to tho last sheet ol tho newly
revised Now Testament, volumes of
which will lo received soon on this
side of tho witter.
A bride at Portland, Mo., was In
censed at her husband's conduct iu
playing croquet with other young la
dles, and emptied sovou chambers of a
revolver at his fleeing tluro. lie 1ms
not siuco Icon scon.
Itching- riles Symptoms and Cure.
Tlio symptoms aro moisture, liko 'pers
piration, intenso itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, tis if pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum ; tlio private purts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results muy . follow. Dr.
iSwuyne's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. AIho, for Tetter, Itch, Suit
Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Burner's
Itch, Blotches, all Hcaly Crusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price CO cents, 3 boxes for $1.25.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postngo
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swnyno &
Hon, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pu. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo nnd o'sewhere.
Swnyne's Pills aro tho best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off Chills and
Jacob Loxkman, !274 Clinton street, Buf
falo, N. Y., says ho has been using Dr.
Iho.nus'Eelectric Oil for Rheumatism, ho
had such a Inino back ho could not do any
thing, but one bottle has to use his own ex
pression "cured him up," he thinks it tho
best thing in the market. For sale at Paul
Ciiuist. Gekdeh, Wholesale Hardware,
Toledo, Ohio, says: The Excelsior Kidney
Pad has acjomplished more for my wife in
three weeks than all tho medicine she has
taken in three years. Refer all skeptics to
inc. See Adv.
The remedy that will cure so many dis
eases peculiar to woman is Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure. Mother's Maga
zine. Tiik Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
-Mich. Will send their celebratod Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days
trial, speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pt-nn.
If lito is a flower as philosophers say,
T'is a very good hint, understood the right
For if life is a flower, and blockhead can
If you'd have it look fresh you must moist
en it well,
But if moistened to much, and you get a
A bottle of Spring Blossom is the best thing
Prices: 50c, trial bottle 10c.
Mas. Wisslow's Soothing Syrup Rev.
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the Boston
Christian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which we did not know to be good par
ticularly tor infants. But of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup we speak from
knowledge; in our own family, it has prov
ed a bleasing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perfection,
and which is harmless ;for the sleep which it
affords the infant is perfectly natural, and
the little cherub awakes as "bright as a
button.'' And during theiprocess of teeth
ing, its value is incalculablp. We have
frequently heard mothers say that thev
would not be without it from the birth of
the cltjHd till it had finished with the teeth
ing siege, on any consideration whatever.
Sold by all druggists. Twenty-five cents a
Cocked up noses aro pert and some say not
Some have none, like a bear when a cub.
A fine stately nose, may some time hido a
And an an;el may beam in a snub,
But noses of all kinds no matter their shape,
Are attached Borne time with disorder.
Catarrh caused by cold, will cause your
Head to achi
But Electric Oili will soon put you in or
dcr. for sale at 1'aul G. bchuh.
W -111 M
loauwnoare sumring irom tne errors
and indiscretions of yotith.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss ol manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
1. Inman, Station 1), Isew York City.
The Cairo Prices Current.
Office Washington Avenue,
tub CAiao riiicKS-uctinsNT l panushcil every
Tuesday and Friday from tho offlcu of Tub Caiko
Bcu.btin, nud la Intended to rIvo a true report of
the condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publisher trusts that full and complete
qnotutlonu will be given by the business men of the
TEHMS. Ono cent per copy. On all ordera of
85 or more, of mine date, tho subscriber' name
will be prlntod without extra charge. Orders for
extra coplea must be received by 10 o'clock a. M
on dav ef publication.
Monday Evening, Nov. 22, 18S0.
ino cold weather docs not snow any
signs of losing its imp. It has now lasted
a week, and the cold is fully as intense to
day as at anytime since the wavo struck
us. Its effect on the market seems to bo of
a favorablo character, and prices on all
leading articles aro firm and advancing
This may bo to somo extent, owing to the
closing of tho river at St. Louis, making
this the baso of supplies for the southern
FLOUR Tho market rules steady and
firm, but without any excitement among
HAY Choice grades aro steady and
firm, and the demand moderately active.
Receipts are liberal, but thcro is no ac
cumulation ot stocks.
CORN The mat ket is entirely baro of
both whito and mixed. Receipts aro not
sufficient to till cmlers. Prices aro quotod
at aa advance of two cents over last week.
(( HI !
OATS Prices arcstiffand sto'cksliniited.
Receipts fall short of the demand.
MEAL Steady and firm, with no surplus
on tho market.
BRAN Scarce, firm and advancing.
BUTTER Choice is in active demand
EGGS The market is bare. The few
that arrives command almost any prico
that sellers ask for them.
CHICKENS We noto a littlo improve
ment in tho demand for fresh receipts ol
choice, and a prospect of a better market.
The old stock can hardly be sold at any
TURKEYS Wo may look tor a brisk
market and an advance in prices from now
until after Thanksgiving.
GAME There is a steady demand for
all kinds since the weather turned cold.
APPLES Prices aro firm and advanc
ing, and tho demand active.
POTATOES-Steady Hnd firm, but noth
ONIONS Scarce and fim at quotations.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. Tho oncea here Riven are lor tales from
first band; Id ronnd lota. An advance la
chanted for broken lots in tilling ordera.
2 cara prime Timothy.,
4 cars choice mixed ...
11 cara gilt edge
1 car choice Ked Top..,
3 care mixed ,
.14 00(3,15 (10
1 car mixed Id sacks...
1 car mixed, bulk
2 cara white, in bulk.,
a cara white, in tacka.
5 cara in bulk
2 cara in sacks
5 cara choice in bulk .
600 bhls City..
4'JO bbla City...
2 152 20
,.2 1U&2 15
1 car in lacks delivered SO
TO"' ponnds Northern
rioopounaa Mirmeru Dairy
411O pound 111 noia ,
U) pounds choice
2UU pounds choice roll.
1U0 " ....
old, per dot
Live per pound
Dressed, per pound.
.8 00310 00
9 coops good mixed .
3 coops bens
li coops old stock ...
10 dozen, dressed ....
10 " ceese
10 " uucks
...1 6032 Ol
., 1 00
50 barrels 175
Perbbl - 7 50
50 bbla Bod Davis
80 bhls. fancy
choice wine Saps
L A Hi).
Breakfast in 00
S. O. Hams, canvassed 11 OOf&ll W
Clear aidua - 10 OOkMO 25
Clear Kit) Sides T.ttJ0 00
St. Johns 1 35
Ohio Ulver none
9 ounce burlaps. -J'4 bushels
Out sacks, 6 bushels
Peaches, halves and u Jar tors
Choice naw SI 25
Choice, medium I uo
us t at
..$4 50&!. ro
... 6 mt 6 bO
.. 7V' 50
.. 0 510 7 10
.. 8 UlKtf 9 SO
RATES OF FRCIGIIT.
Memphis iew Orleans Way
Flint r Dor hid -
Pork per bbl
a i a
uy i-aul. SCHUH. caiko,
E D P
llict. may he consulted lit Ills olllci H I , X 0 ,
York oltfco. Office aililrens In the' St.
wuurge, Aiiorni'y-ui J.aw, Kent. Union
in, u iinin
spoken highly of its merits and recommend it to rnyfrlemls
Dr. Sherman is the discoverer ol the only known care for
No man ,. sufc who has a KuptuVJ no X r h,
hus tiled from It once I
r . ... , ' . " ii- "ns
Ila.t,.,..a himself that Itwas
in iim.nr . ,, . I .
lers irom li u in III injury of trusses In mieli nn eiii.m i,.. i i i ' ' " u u"
unworthy snecia. .m-unoY 'it IV-SunVaUHaffl r
gioiimcesor him" "t,!p ,0 ho
proofs from dlsnntrulsh. , ."f.: I .V )"! """y.1 the most rel.J
Jd R. J". A. SHERMAN
2 A Broadway, Cor. Murray Street. N. Y., and 4.1 Milk Street, Boston. I
ni-wareoi certain connuence men and Impostora who represent themselves as Dr. Sherman
WHAT THE PEOPIE SAY OF IT.
Geo. Mutchlcr, Marion, O,, says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 149 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken wit
Cough, in its severest form, ami Dr. Thomas'
I began giving it according to directions,
slept well the remainder ot the night. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
uyes. rot- ongiiiuess and durability
pounus, price to cents.
Cuke Your Backache.
And all dlseapes of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It la a MARVEL of HEALINO and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It fJUUKSs where all else falls. A REVELA
TION and REVOLUTION Id Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct apiilicntlon, aa opposed 'o nu
aatlsfactory internal medicines. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, aunt free. Kadby
druggists, or sent by roail,ou receipt of price, J;',
Thla ia the TliTFa Tf A VT TV
Original and gen-.,, , A- J.
Mine Kidney Pad 181 JludlHOn Street,
Ask for it and CHICAGO. ILL.
Managers for the Northwest.
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W w ' " '
EXCESSIVE ANXIETY i or PROLONGED
STLDY, will produce Inllrmlty la the Nerv
ous System, In proportion a ihu sirenuib of the
svslem is e ponded tion the mind lu troubled
thought, so arethe organs f digestion, asslniula
tlou and iiutrllloa reud-red iuactivo and aliigcff h
in proportion as tlio system becomes Inltrm. l-.v ry
iiiilivliluul has some ouu orgilu I hut I weaker than
the rest, and this Is ulwavs the drt to stiller during
uiTYMiia prostriuloii! fur example, alllii-llug uews
sometimes causes total iispeusion ol' tho mu-cu-lar
action of the heart, when the patient la debil
itated, producing sudden hemorrhage and feath.
Esoaount auy longer rt-mnius ot tnu practinuity or
restoring the nervous system, and Urough the
nerves the muscles of the Impaired orviin. S EL
LOWS' COMPOUND SYRL'P of HVl'OPIIOS
Mil I KS has been proved to possess sueb power
Innumerou Instance. It will Impart strength to
overcome affliction. Persons who aro accustomed
to look upon the dark side, and who sue no Pleas
ure In living, on using thla Syrup soon loarn to
viiltio and enjoy life, and thosu who study deeply
during lung hoiir.i will find tn tho Syrup a pro
moter of the power of eudursi.ee In the brain.
There is no ansuruity in tnu fact that an impair
ed Nervous System causes Consumption, Nournl
a, Epileptic Fit
, and a host of
In, ilronchitts, Dyspepsia, Asthma,
others; then why Is It absurd that Fellows' Hypo-
ivnorping ivngn, Heart Disease,
pnofiiiuies, wnion euectumiy enrea .Nervous uonii
Ity, shonld cure them diseases also, "jtomovu the
cause nod the complaint w'll cense.
I w l.ook out for bo name and ai tires. J . I.
FELLOWS, St. John.N. 11., on the wrapper Id
water mark. Which la aeon br holdlnu the tiuuer be
HOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS .
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ills.:""" - ":"e
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id your liupturo trealmen . ana'l .V PK1'.
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