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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1880.
And the iuu. PargatWeit, In plrannnL to lake,
And will iinvf at wp I ho m"l fintMit a rl tmrmle
Mytlt-iti lliiiMHlor aiicM1iMiMr tht lm. y-t
t4-ttu Lfi-ujtn to puili' ii'ii:. 4'onitllim
lion, IIIIUHimifHM, llinlarhi, iu, aj.f uii
du-jriitn umm' (oiia M tMtrwtM ttult j the uvtttmt
U Ik mcoifiiftrftMy the rurriifV tliM. Avciij tu
it k ( i ' DH : itiiiit nn t'ffiinif tlx' ttriH-ic '"illt-d fr,
TK01l-LtIU IT LA4TIVF, i put up la
I rt'iif l tin Imix' mly. I'll' MM'fikU. AiU y"if
ii fur IKi:ni'tivtt pHtiiplilt'i, i ii-Hip.. him ur
3, E, lIKTHKIilNfiios
I'hiU I'Iwh, .V.-w fork.
Before PufiCHma ANY f ORM or So-Cuud
Saiel, M Appliance r'irfiiiMliriirpNVrvf.ii., Chronic
ml Six-'ihI ln.ian-,ini to I hi- IMI.VRIl.MAeilKIt
(iAI.VANIO CO., Krw Viirk, .V. V., hi' iiinwi, '., r
Fail Ftaudarn, il., f.t th-lr I' mil'lilet 'l
"Hie Kl- trie ll.-mw," urnl y.11 will nun- , m'
an-1 nnn'v. Thi- l-.'l. Co. an- (he WvliaP " '
yiu Eli-clnc A plmiicn mi Ameriiiui Cmitine'
Coxsmi ptiox, Cor G 1 1 S,
COLUS, ASTHMA, T!0rp.
All diii-atcs cf the Ttiroit, Lung and Pulmonary
L'SE ACCOIiDIXC to DIRECTION'S.
Allen's Lung Dalsam.
lAf AUTFfl l-"'l.'-I"T8f.r..t.'. iom'I Tea,
If UIl I CU rut ' rdtr, (laioniif fci-
Tl Ikiii,'!! U ulim.Ki. I'roftt
uv4. Unlit III!. I'tOpI'. Ta I. Hal SUfc, M. Uil, Mil.
,k w Outtll iii-iit free to Uiom' who wish In i ll
k, Ifaire In the mo.! pleasant and profitable
I "'" known, tvi-rvihiug new.
ajTSrlcapitaln.it required. Wo will f'.irud
viL everything Jlna 'lay and upward i yi-t
n easily niaik- without staying from
home ovi'r nlnht, Nn rii-k liau-vi-r. Many m-w
workera watitl at obce. Many are ma kin if furl-nnt-a
at the bunlmm. I.adii-n lutike uk uim h
mi-u.and touns tnir and v'.t Dinae tu-at -uy. No
iilli-who la willing 'to wurk fail" to inaki; miin!
money i vi ry day than ran be n-adv in a wi-.k at any
other employment. Ihofe whoicui:' at oue
will find a i-liort mad to fortune. Ad'Jrr 11.
H Al.LKTT A CO.. Portland Maine.
MRS. LYDSA E. PSNKHAM.
OF LYNN!, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th" Pnttlr" f'Tim
For all Icmalo Complaints.
Thl preparation, aa Ita nama lirril!lc-a, coniiiu of
Vfi-uJik' Irtipertira Uiat are tiArrck a to tbe W(t del
iiatelnTalid. ln one trial the nierlta of thlt Com
pound vUl be reeofc-nlW, aa relief la Immediate : and
ben lt uaela eonllnuM, In nlm ty ninecaaealn a hun.
dred, apermanentcgrilirffiTted.aathoutandi UI Ua
tlfy. On account of Ita proren merlta. It l to-day ra
eomaunded and preacrtlwd by tb beat phyitciani In
It will cure entirely the worrt form of falling
of tb utertia, Ltucorrba-a, lrn-irular and painful
Mrutruatlon, all Orarian Tronblet, Inflammation and
llceratlon, FWxxllni, all DUplaeeroenta and tlx con
equent iplnal weakneaa, and la especially adapted to
the Change of life. It will dlmolre and expel turner
fro.ii the utenialnan early itajre of dereloptnent. Tha
tendency to canceroua humort there la checked very
peedily by Ita tiae.
In fart It baa prored to be the ajeat
ert and bnt remedy that baa eeer been dlKorer
ed. It penucau-a erery portion of the ayitem, and giria
new llfeand rigor, It remorea falutneM.llatuleney, d
troyi all crarlng for itimulante, and relieTel wrakaeat
eurea Bloating, ITeadacbea, Serrona Trortratlon,
General Debility, SleepUaanena, Dcpreetlon and Indl
geatlon. Tliat feeling of bearing down, cautlng pain,
weight and backache, la always permanently cored by
Iteuae. It will at all tlmea, and under all ftrcunrntan
eea, act In harmony with tbe law that gorerni the
Kor Kidney Complalnta of either art tliia compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Ik prepared at 233 and 13 Wentorn Arenue. Lynn. Mua.
Price 11.00. Bil bottlea for $,'..00. 8 ut by mail In the
form of plUa.alxiln the form of Loacngv, on receipt
of price, l.W, per box, for either. Mra. KNKILVM
freely amrweni all letters of Inquiry, ftcml fur ju
phlet Addrcaa aa aboro Mnttim Ihu poptr.
No family abuuldba without LYDIA t. i'lNatllAM'
UVltniXS. They cure Conrtlpotlon, BUlouaniaa
asd Torpidity of the Lirer. 8A centa per box.
1UCIIAHDPON it CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholoanle nwula for LYDIA E. PINK1IAM,'S
latnatli1 from it aimpln Troptilcul Leaf of Kara
Value and la a POSITIVE ltumudy for all tliu tll
enaen that cause tialna In the lower part nf tlm
body for torpid l.lver lloadaohoa Jatimllce--Dlxilneaa,
Oruvul, Malaria, and all other tllfilcullloa
of iho Kltlnojra. Liver and Urinary OrKntu, Kor
FuidhIo Diaoarea, Monthly Munalruntlona, and rlii
ring Precnaner, It ha no equal. It rcetorca thn
orRAiia thnt mako tho blood, and hence la the boat
Blood Purlfytir. It la the only known rnnedy that
curei Krlelit'a P-laenan. For Dlabottt, uro War
sar'i Safe DlaheteaC'uru.
for lata by DrtiRltta and all rtcatora lit tVlfi por
title, Laracit bottlea In I ho ninikot. Try It.
U, U. WAUNKH A CO., Rjuboitr, N. Y.
TIIE DAIIjY BULLETIN.
The Bicyclo in England.
From thn I.iupIimi Tilniph,
It wtw not very long no tlmt ft young
Wftn wits (k'.seciiiliii"; n Mecp Mil in tho
ndhliorhoou1 of lin!oi), uml rami to
irritif before ho reitt'lied t lias boilom.
Kitlier he. run awuy with thtt bicvclo or
the bicyelo run uway w'uii hint; at all
events ho lost control ami ro;lo vioh'titly
(liiWii the Hteep plaeo only to lirnl him
Helf pulled up tit the Imttotn by a poliee
nnai for fast ami furioii ilrlvinj:. Then
a rioliible tleeislon wr.s tmiKJti iitrct I by
the Jmltj who hud to di'termine the
ipiesliou whether a bii-ytde eniild be
called a "carriage" or not. If it was
riot a carriage, then it could not be
properly proceeded against mel;T the
etalute which forbids ctirrii':.'"i to Ins
driven at a reckless pace. The :ti;;u
rnerit of the driver was, that really you
could not call a thinur eoiiM;ing of two
win els only, with a little bil of a sad
dle, a carriage; uhiie on the other ri e,
it was urgod that anything was a car
riage that had wheel's and a seat, and
that wals used for carrying people. A
subtli! dilemma this, liku tl.e great dis
pute in "Alice in Wonderland'' about
tlie "Cheshire Cat" in the tri e which
was always grinning--in lad. wa en
tirely griii and nothing (!-. We know
that the king of Ilcaus va.cd a.'igry,
and ordered the executioner t belcad
the cat; while the executioner replied
that he couldn't behead a creaiurc that
had no body, to which the King an
swered that anything that bad a head
could be beheaded, and he "wasn't to
talk nonsense." Mr. Juiice Lush soon
settled the analogous bicycle case, and
now it stands recorded in all our law
books that a velocipede is a carriage,
"and nothing but it," its Mr. Wolier re
marked, and must be ridden, or driven
at a reasonable pace so as not to en
danger the Uvea of her Majesty's sub
jects. As regards the present condition of
velocipeding in England, several new
inventions have lately come out for
making the amusement safer. Elderly
gentlemen yes, and ladies, too, elder
ly or not can step up into a comfort
able seat, something like an arm-chair,
lean back, work their feet up and down
as if they were at a sewing-machine,
and glide along the ground easily and
safely. This is the modern tricycle.
Nothing, however, comes up to the two
wheeled phantom, the dainty and deli
cate "racer,"' on one of which Mr. Cur
tis, an amateur rider, has just accom
plished the astonishing feat of ten
miles in less than thirty minutes rath
er faster than twenty mile an hour.
For combined ease and speed of loco
motion nothing can beat the old bicyclo
with its many 'modern improvements,
except a railway train. It is perfectly
easy now a young man from the mer
ry midlands has ju-t done it to mount
tit Birmingham, ride through charming
English scenery to Dover, take steamer
and mount againt on the opposite,
coast, visit all the scenes of the rranco
(icrman war, Sedan. Metz, St ra burg,
and roll home again through Paris
arriving at his English habitat after a
fortnight's holiday of good all-round
exerci-e and keen enj''me;it.
Bicycles have to a" certain extent
taken the place of co;chc; they fre
quent all our great main roads and
gladden the hearts of inn-keepers, who
look out for tin; tinkling bells which
he;-aid the advent of a "club" of wan
dering vi-ioeipedi-ts jat as they antici
pated "of yore the e,ladonio touting of
the horn that be-poke the approach of
the Entcrt'ri-e. the Iliirhflser. or some.
other well-known conveyance of tho
old coaching days.
Not long ago an Irishman applied to
an overseer in a Tyne shipyard to be
put on a job. He "was informed that
Lis reijuest could not be complied uith;
but as Pat continued to gaze at an an
chor which was lying in the vicinity
the foreman repeated his reply that
tiiere was no work for him and advised
him to go away. "Divil a bit will I
stir, sorr, till I see the man that's going
to use that pick!"
An English Vicar was standing on a
Monday morning, at his gate, when oue
of his parishioners arrived with a bas
ket of potatoes. "What's this?" said
the Vicar. "Please, sir," replied the
man, "it's some of our very best taturs
a very rare kind, sir. Sly wife said
vou should have some of them, as she
Leard you say in the senium that com
moil taturi didn't agree with you."
The United States census of 1810,
which was the first one where elements
other than that of population were in
troduced, shows '.'( woolen factories
that spun yarn, and li.'-'oV-'M yards of
woolen clo'th woven in families, valued
at $-l,4l;UK.Ki. In lsiiO woolen estab
lishments had increased to 2,0:U em
ploying 4G.0i.it) work people of various
grades, and producing good valued at
.t;7,Ki.W0 annually, The demand for
blankets and clothing for the soldiers
during the rebellion caused a general
advance in prices, and a corresponding
increase in factories, so that in 1870
persons employed in the manufacture
numbered 'J'.ooo, who produced goods
Valued at $177,000,(100. The demand
for woolen fabrics nnturally increases
with the population. Since l;!;j this
country has imported wool, either man
ufactured or in the raw, to the value of
over jfl.liOO.OOO.oiH), and for the past
four years, in the aggregate. $170,000,
000 lias been brought in; while the ex
port has been comparatively trilling.
In 1175 the total duties on wool and
woolen textures amounted to !?:lo,0M,
Oihi, which is the largest annual 'reve
nue the government has received on
these articles, with the exception of the
four years previous to 1S-1H. By this ex
hition it will bw seen that the wool
grower in the United States meets with
a-remunerative reward for his labor.
In fact, it is another evidence thnt al
most any legitimate occupation in this
country''MHivs" when properly attend
ed to. J. J Commercial Adi'vrtitei'.
It wiw proposed to erect a monument
In the v illage sipiare to the pal her of
ids Country, and old Smiire Hlggius
was called im for a liberul donation.
"I can't give you anything this time,"
ho said, "but you may know that I al
ways carry Washington In my heart."
"Vi'ell." answered the man with tho
subscription paper, "all I can say Is that
you have got the Father of bis Country
In a very uglit snot,"
Oua fowler ,
II. T. Dexter
Will Kylo ,
(1 K.N I. II All NEWS
Tho Howard was obliged to lay over
until this evening to complete her engage
ments. Anchor Lino freight is now coming iu
rapidly to the tunc of about 50 cars every
Capt. Al. Ilurd has resigned his position
with tho Cairo City Coal Company, and is
now clerk on the transfer Morgan.
The Joe Kinney came in yesterday even
ing, und will lay up of course, Her crew
left for St. Louis lust night by rail.
The .Tunics I). Pinker passed up last
night with a good trip. Thcie was con
siderable freight here for her, but she had
not the tune to handle it.
The slushy condition of the levee yes
terday rendered the progress of drays and
wagons slow and laborious, and but little
wus'done in that line. As a consequence
Thanksgiving passed off quietly in river
The plentiful supply of ''Wheeling
stogas" in possession of uteamboatmen in
dicates the total suspension of navigation,
and a determination in the part of the
smoker to temporarily practice a slight
degree of economy.
It is certainly a blessing to have a siife,
reliable and cheap remedy for coughs and
colds near at hand at this season of the
year. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has eminent
ly proven itself to be such a remedy. Price
Christ. (iKRKEit, Wholesale Hardware,
Toledo, Ohio, says: The Excelsior Kidney
Pad has accomplished more for my wife in
three weeks than all the medicine she has
token in three years. Kefer all skeptics to
me. 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. The Cairo Prices Current.
Office "Washington Avenue,
Thh Caiko PRicifs CCKKKMT la publiahed every
Tueaday and Friday from the office of The Cairo
Bclletix. and is intended to give a true report of
tbe condition of the market on day of publication,
and tbe publisher trusts that full and complete
quotations will be given by tbe buaiucts men of the
TEltMS. One cent per copy. On all orders of
25 or more, of tame date, the subscriber's name
will be printed without extra charge. Orders for
extra copies must bo received by 10 o'clock A. m.,
on day nf publication.
TiiutsiMY Evening, Nov. V!5, 1880,
To-day being "Thanksgiving," and the
business part of the community devoting
their time to returning thanks and eating
turkey, coupled with the prevailing snow
storm, has had a tendency to give a rather
meagre look to our columns wherein ap
pears the account of transactions in the
The river is closed above Cairo, and
southern steamers are now making this the
terminus of their northern trips. Several
large boats arc at the landing loading for
The market rules steady and firm, with
a tendency to higher prices in leading and
FLOUR We note very little excite
ment in the maikct, but prices rule firm
with an advance in some grades.
HAY Receipts continue fair and the de
mand active. Choice finds a ready market
and prices are quoted a dollar better on tho
ton than at the opening of the week.
CORN Not enough comes in to fill or
ders. We have no largo reports of round
lot transactions and note a bare market.
OATS Receipts continuo only moderate
and prices are advancing. The demand
MEAL No country meal arrives. City
meal holds firm at quotations.
BRAN Firm and advancing. Stocks
aro all held at the mills.
BUTTER Steady and firm with an up
ward tendency. Receipts of choice find
ready snlo on arrival.
EGGS The market is bore and receipts
sell for almost whatever price the lucky
consignee has ttio conscience to ask for
POULTRY Chickens are dragging.
Turkeys have been in good demand and
plenty, but will not be so good after this
GAME This is excellent weather for
gamo but none arrives.
APPLES The demand is activo and
Sales and Ctiuotations.
DOTE. Tho Prices bore irivon aro lor sales from
first hands In round lots. An advance Is
charged for broken lots in tllllugordors.
inobbli Family 510
HlH) bblt Vurloti 4 00&A CO
IM0 " country Inmy S DO
ino " choice B 5
KM 11 low fancy S 00
1(H) ' CllOICO iiiimmi B 50
OA " lowlamlly SOU
t a tt ! Matt (
i Ml tM
:::::: h EE:
2 curs primo Timothy
A ..!...! Iu...l
B caia Kilt edi;e
IS cur choice Ked Top
i cars mixed
1 car mixed lu mck
1 car mixud, bulk
ii curs w tiiiu, lu bulk. .,
1 cars white. In sacks..,
13 care In bulk
i cura in Kiicka
i cars ctioluu In bulk.
GOO bbln City
Ml libls City m
I car in eacka delivered
Tii'i pounds Northern
.'ino pounds Northern Dairy...
4i pounds Illinois
mm pounds choice roil '.,
.) pounds cliuice roll
ItiO dozen H
SJ0 " 3J
bOdo.en live, per do 8 uu2 lrt
Live per pound V '.tS
I.OUl pouuus Dreaeed, per pound 10ii.ll
iWX) heads - TJ'ia
& coops cood mixed chickens 1 50(5,2 00
3 coop" hens , 'i Si
10 dozen, dressed 1 VuW O)
8 " geei-e W
M " UUCKS , 1 00
U0 bbis. 4 00
JO barrels 1 T&
Perbbl 7 DO
71 hbls Ben Davi i 'A
40 bids, fancy i!5
!Vi bbls. varieties 1 Ti
50 " choice wine Saps I 75
" saddles.. ...
Wild turkeys each
Quails per do.en
in Tierces ,
Dressed hogs, choice.
Live ' " .,
Breakfast 1" tO
Shoulders 6 25
8. C. Hums, canvassed 11 OOfoH 50
Clearsiiies 10 tsxiiio 25
Clear Rib Sides ......... T-tolO 00
St. Johns $1 35
Ohio Kiver none
9 onnce bnrlaps. 2'4 bushels...
Oat sacks, 6 bushels
Peaches, halves ano 4 Jarters 44' i
Apples, briKUt '-y.'uJ
Choice navy ". $1 35
Choice medium 1 CO
Cream m U&15
3 t lt(S
.... M.........M.I . ... I
Common Lugs $4 505 CO
Good lues 5 I HIHJ, 5 Ml
Low Leaf. 5 7M0 tt 5fi
Good Leaf 6 mt 1 to
Medium Leaf 8 Outf 8 50
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Memphis NewOrieani Way
Grain per Cwt 15 eta 15cts K.cts
Hay per Cwt SO " 55 " 87 ',4 CU
Flour perbbl SO " Hi" 35 els
Pork perbbl 40 10" 7ttets
The Anchor Line Steamer
EBll gold dust.
JOHN McCORD, : :
HENRY DEITRICH, ; :
Will leave for Vlcksburgon
Saturday Evening, Nov. 27.
At 5 o'clock without fall.
For freight or passive apply to No. 3 wharf
boat. THO'S W. SHIELDS, Geti'l Agent.
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE VlI STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane 7th, and until Inrther
notlco tho ferryboat will make trip as follows;
UAVIt LIAT1S tlATIS
Foat Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Kontucky Ld'g.
R:no a. m.
10:00 a. m,
4:00 p. m,
R:W) a. m.
10:30 a. m.
1:H0 p. m.
9 . m.
11 a. m.
i p. m.
, , ! i .
B TJ P
fjll. J. A. SHE H.MAN AND TIIE ONLY DR. SHERMAN known to tho public for tho pant 35 years
or more for bis successful method of tremliiff Rupture without the annoyance and Injury trusses la
llict, muv bo consulted at his o'.llce, St. Louis. Mo., until tluniotli ol December, after thut at bi New
Yorlt oftlco. Olllce addrens In tho St. Louis city
Mr. H h tieor'o. Altuiiiey nl Low. Kent. Union I
oflici), writes: lliivlni: ued your Rupture, treatment, and having been permanently cured,
r"iwi-i ii i.iii r ill I in llliri lid HIIU rt'CIIIII 111 c 1111 II 111 my
Dr. Sheriniin is the discoverer ol tliu only known
No ii m n issiife who has a Rupture, no mnlter how Inslt'iiltlriint lie nmv cnusider It. for every man who
has died from It once llatteied hi instil f that it was but n Irilllnir nllment; and every man who now suf
fers from It and the injury of trusses, to such an extent that life has uo enjoyments, onco regarded It as
unworthy special attention. It is not a stand still altlu llnri : It la sti-mlllv Driiirri-.m va oven ilnl. (titath
mid lie is wico wiio mues thu ucccssury steps to be
.loom eoinus upon blm
rniieuis nom atirond cun receive trentmcnt and leave for homo sume dnv. During treatment any kin'
ol active exercise or labor can be nerlorined without lnterferlit with tlm trentim-nt ami with afnt
from tho danger of slrunculmed lluntiire
proofs from illllii2Uli-hi (I tirofetsloiial et ntlt men.
und pnpiiliiriiy therelroni ihroiiKhoiit tine couutry
lliliiriu i lieniseivi-a.
It Is illuxtrated wllh lli(itiii'ril!ililc likenesses of
til fllllW.I U-lli. ..I.lfl 11lA....lU
DR. .J. A.SHERMAN
25 1 Broad way, Cor. Murray Street, Y., and 43 Milk Street, Boston.
Beware of certain confidence men and Impostors who represent themselves as Dr. Sherman
WHAT THE PE0PIE SAY OP IT.
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, O., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
, ... i:
W. N. Palmer, 14!) Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken with
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas'
I began giving it according to directions,
slept well the remainder of the night. I
Sold ty all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cure Your Backache.
And all diseases nf tho Kidneys, Bladder and
Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It OUIJKH where oil else falls. A REVELA
TION ami REVOLUTION In Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, as opposed io un
satisfactory Internal medicines. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free, hold by
druuist, or sent by niall.ou receipt of price, $2.
This is tho BATES A IIANLEY,
eKidffi 13 1 Madison Street,
Ask for It aud CHICAGO, ILL.
take no other.
Manncers for tbe Northwest.
I EXCESSIVE ANXIETY, or PROLONGED
li STUDY, will produce Infirmity In the Nerv
ous System, in proHortlm as the streuutb of tho
svstem Is expended upon tho mlud lu troubled
thought, io are the organs f digestion, assltnnla
tiou aud nutrition rendered Inactive and alugulsh
In proportion as the syBtem becomes Inllrm. Lvi ry
individual has some one organ that Is weaker thiltt
the rest, aud this Is always the Orst to sillier during
nervous prostration; for example, afflicting news
sometimes causes total suspension of tho iiiikcU
lar action of the heart, wheu the palleut Is debil
itated, producing sudden hemorrhage and death.
No doubt any longer remains of thu practlblllly of
restoring the nervous system, and tnrougb thu
nerves the muscles of the Impaired orinina. FEL
LOWS' COMPOUND SYRUP of HYPOPIlOH
PIIITESbas been proved to possess sucb power
In numerous Inslauces. It will Impart strength to
overcome affliction. Persons who aro accustomed
to look upon the dark ildu. aud who sue no pleas
ure lu living, oti using this Syrup mon learn to
value and enjoy life, and those who study deeply
during long bonra will find In the Syrup a pro
moter of thu power of endurance in tho brain.
There Is no ansurdlty in the fact that an Impair
ed Nervous Svstem causes Consumption, Neural
gia, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Epileptic Fits
Whoi plug Ciiugh. Heart Disease, and a host of
others; thon why la It absurd that Fellows' Hypo
phosphites, which effectually cures Nervom Dchll.
hy, should cure thore diseases also. ''Remove tbe
cause and tbe complaint will cease.
ttr Look out for tho name atid address. J. I.
FELLOWS, St. John. N. B. on tbe wrapper In
water mark, which Is seen by holding the paper be
fore the llifht.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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o . Iowa, treated lv Dr. Kheiman at hla Ht
cure fur Huntiirn hv lucol exd-rnnl trnntnw.ni
effectually relieved of It bt fore the dny of iHtl'erlne audi
HIS I100K ON HLPTIIRE irlvna thn mn.t reliahlal
clerevinen and inerclninta of hla auccca.rnl nractlcW
ard the West ludieB. The afflicted should read it andl
ettremelv had cnai a hi fnrn nn.l nrinri-urn .nil nnllu4
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Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of
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have used it in my family with complet
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