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THE DAILY 0A1R0 BULLETIN? SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1881.
TheleedlnuKclttntlslaol to-eiay airreo mat must
Olauaaes arecansuil l,y rileordured Kiilni'jra or l,lv.
er. II, lhnr.;for,tho Kidneys end Llvwr ro kept in
perfect ordur, perfect health will be the result.
I tali trutb baa only been known a short time and
for years penple anffurnd crtsal aniiy without be
ing alii, to And rnlit-l. Tlie illsrnvtsry or Warm-r'a
Hafo Kidney autl Mver Cure mrks anew era lo
the treatment of thee troubles. Made from
Imple tropical unt ol rare value, It contains Just
the vlmenunucsary to nourish and invigorate
both of thne Kroat orgina, and ufely r.'storn and'
keep them la order. It l I'OHITI VK KK.MKDV
fur all the disraeua that causa pains Id the lower
part or tho body lor Torpid I.tvur-llaria-bia
Jaundice LMx.lmme (inivul -rr. Ag te-.Mala-Jlal
Kt-viir, and all difficultly of the Kid'.sys, Llvur
and l.'rtnary Organs.
It Uan excellent and eafti tftmHyiorfi'malcsdnr.
Ing i'rutfnanr.y. It will control Mt-netniallon and
l Invaluable for I corruu-a or falllnc of the
Aa a Mood I'urinYr It li ttncn,ualed, fur It cures
the organs that make the blood.
HEAD TIIK KKCOHD
'It saved my llfo."-K. II. I.akely, Mm a, Ala.
"It is the remedy that will cnni the many 'die
eaera noculiarto women."- Molln-r'e MsKalue.
"Ii lia paxeud severe last and won endorse
menu from some of the hlulii-st medical talent Id
the country. "-New York World.
"No remedy h?retofora discovered can be held
for one moment In comparison with it " Kev. C.
A. Harvey, D I)., Washington, I). C.
This Rcmtdy, which haedon snch wombrs. '
put np Id the LAK'IKmT 8IZKD BOTTLES of any
medicine upon the market, and Is told by d moists
sod all dealers at $1.2.1 per houle. for l)iahi-ts.
enquire for W AKNKK'b KAt'K DIABETES CL'KK
It is a l'OHITIVK Kemndy.
II. H. WAKNKK 4 CO., KocUcster, N, Y.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIMKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Tb PoMtlv fnre
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, aa Its nam signifies, constats ot
Tftgntahls Proventes that ar aarmieaa to the mod del
Icaia Invalid. I'pua oat trial tbs merit of thia Com
toond win be rKoatitaxd, unUtt is ItwnedUU i and
whan lu ose la continued, In ninety alas esses In a bun.
eVactaDaniuuienteunlafiffrctwiAslhaasaiuls will tes
tify, Oa aoraout of Its ornvFa merits. It Is to-day re
aoaumoded and preacrlbed by tb twtt phyticUuii la
It will ears entirely tbs wont form of fslllng
ot tbs stoma, jraeorrbrva, Irregular and painful
' fsastrnaUon,allOvarlaBTroablia, laflammatloa and
Olosralloa. noodlacs, all IHiplaormeots and tha ooa
SM)UsotSiiuU waaknass, and Is ospsrlaUy adated to
tbs Cbana of Ufa. It will duanlve and expel tumors
from tbs utsrustn aa early staga of dsTslopment. Tha
tsndeocy to eanesroos humors tbera Is checked vary
la fact It haa provM to U tbs reea
sal and best ranwdy tbat baa ovar ben dloo.r
ad. It psnasatssavocy portion of thoyfni,Sjnd fl
bsw Ufsand vlcor. 11 removes f alntnset.Aatuleiiry, de
stroys ill (Tavist; for stimulants, and ralleves weakness
ft auras Btoatlna;, tleadacbni, Ksrvnua Prost ration,
Oaoaral Debility. HkM-pleasness, DeprtMlon aod Indl
fsatloB. Thai fskllnf of bvarioc down, eautins; pain,
waujbt and backacba, la always permanently eared by
Its m It wllIU all times, aod nnderall elmnnataa
as, act In harmony with tha law that (ovarns the
for Kidney Complaints of sillier vi this compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
" dprepsrsd attoand t Western Avenue, I.ynn. Mass.
Price It.OO. in UitUes f or IA.00. Bent by mall In tha
form of pills, also Ui tha form ofLnaKiurcs, on receipt
et pries, 1.00, per box, for either. Mrs. I'lKaMJAM
freely auswsrs all Mrs of Itvinlry. Bend fur pans
phlet, Address aaaliova Mmliim leu purr.
No family should be without LTKIA C. I'lNKDAM'
LiVtR PIUA They cure Constipation, CUIouinse
aDdlorpldltvoftbalJver. Is cents per box.
vor 8AI-E ny dru'ioihts.
mCIIARDSON & CO., St. LmiU, Mo.
Whnleaale aiwila for LYDIA K. I'INKUAM'H
To Nervoni HuIVitkm -The (treat Kurnpran Rmw
edv-Dr. J. K, summon iNpecine itinicinti.
ii- .t R. Hlnuison's rtnuclllc Mndlcinelsa luisi-
ttve cure for Spormalorrhea, Impotenr.y, Wuakiiuss
and all diseases resulting from Half-Abuse, as Ner
vous Debility, Irritability, Menial Anxiety, Languor,
IassltudH. I)eprrHslim of HplrlieHiid functional dn
ranncmuute ot thn Nrvona System Kmiersllv I'nlns
In Back or Bide, Loss of Memory, rremsture ftlrt
tbat lead to Cot
sumption I inani
ty and an early
Bravo, or both.
JJo matter how
evatom may bo
from excesses of
A m .ItA.I
cpS. of MbwJSS
oen:,ni,i.. sent free to all. Wnlu for Ih.im and
a,ia tol $5.(S I VVI1 bo'sent by B.all on receipt ol
L B SIMPBON'H MBPICINK CO.
oi. 104 and 10b Vain Ht. . lluflalo, N.
' fn vntTva VRN ANDOTHKKS.
We send on trial for thirty days our Klootro-Voltaic.
Bolts, Bands and Buspimsorles, to yoong mim
..4 ai,m .i,(T..riui rvnm wiiaktinisas, nervous no
blllty. loBt vitality," oat manhood, and many other
diseases. We gnarantoe P,1d l """;
i..i. mstoratlna of manhood. Address without
delay, VOLTAI0 BBLT CO. Marshall Mich,.
PAINTER'S HANUAU liousoana sign paint
ing, draining, varnlshlnB, polishlnR, kalsomlnff
sVt.. 60 eta. Hook of Alphabets, Ml. Book of Fancy
TV I V... -A cln n.i4aM flee. KmmM eml
Ainnaoeia. nu me ... . e -. - . .
nennratWel'alnttnK.nfl. Japatioee Ornament atlnn
JTI0KVIS..S SieT Wrllnr 'm. standard Hcroll
fzLu .11 uemlfe and Ornaments. (Londolphe) 11.
.ofh0,.V,'enorior by mall' JKB8B UASBV
CO. lHHaiiMtreet. N. x.
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E A. Burnett Cairo Illinois "
ErGovernor Hubbard'i Daughter and Her
NewspaiHsr readers will readily recall
tlie sensation crent(l two years a;o ly
the elopement and marriage of a daugh
ter o( Kx-(Jov. Hubbard, of Connecti
cut, with a coachman named Sbepard.
it na.H, bincu '.hat time, ix-en reported
that the couple were living in pinch
ing poverty, but thin Htatoment is not
true. Soon after the marriage they
went to board with Sbcpaid's brother
in Hartford. Mrs. Shopard occasional
ly visited her father's bouse to see her
mother and sister, but the presence of
her husband in tbe home of her father
wis strictly forbidden. Shepard has a
wealthy uncle living in Middleton,
Conn., who becamn interested in Shej-
ard alter tlie eiopcnicnu itio uncle
was Rome what nettled by insinuatious
tbat Shepard wis not good enough for
tlie youug lady and V show that bis
sympathy was practical, made a
tender of pecuniary a-tsistance. Ho
made deposit of the necessary amount
of money and Shepard was enabled to
purchase an interest in a well estab
lished livery business in New Haveu.
Not only is the former coachman doing
well in buhiness, but he is condtictin";
himself in a manly- manner in other
ways, ' and his wife is reported to be
very happy. She is seen frequently
driviii!i in her phaeton, and, it is un
derstood, is kindly received by many
of her old friends in New Haven. Once
in a while she goes to Hartford, and is
notu'ed as fK'insr in perfect health, and
looking prettier than ever. She koeps
up a thoroughly stylish appearance,
orul liujl trmlintr inminh fivim lute line.
..a... J - " " .lull. . . . , . .
band to warrant it, all of which proves
unit sue is not "living in poverty," as
tnousanas or people ail over the coun
try, who have become interested in her
welfare, will be happy to learn.
The Effect of Indulgence.
n strong drink cen be removed from the
nyst n by Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
There are a trout many peoiilo who
behave well otherwise, butat table they
do thinjrH that, if not absolutely oiilse
nml cnitniiixc, ate ai least jwihwuw
and sine die.
It is wiib a view to elevating the pop
ular taste and clherialmng, so to
poik. the manners nml customs of our
readers, that we give below a few hints
upon trjilo etiquette.
If by writing an arucie oi mis Kina
we ran induce one man who now wipes
bis hands on the table cloth to come
ui) and take higher ground and wipe
tliem on nis panus, we suau ieei ampiy
If you cannot accept an invitation
to tlinuer tlo not write your regrets
- e . I ..i i. .....I.
on tlie dock oi a pooi en era wiiii tv
iilue pencil. This is now regarded as
A simple note to your host Informing
him that your washerwoman refuses to
relent is suflieient.
On Heiitinz yourself at the table draw J
oft your gloves and put them in your
lap under your napkin. Do not put
them in the gravy, as it would ruin the
loves and ch. a gloom over tlie gravy.
( you have just cleaned your gloves
with benzine, you might leave them
out in tho front yard.
If you hi'ppen to drop gravy on your
knife blade, hack near tho handle, do
not run tbe blade down your throat to
. . ...- ...L , f I
remove tne gravy, ns ii migni injure
your epiglottis, nnd it is not considered
When you are at utnner no not take
up a raw oyster on your fork and play
fully ask your host if it is dead. Re
marks about death at dinner are In very
Tears should be hold by tho stems
and pooled gently and lirmly, not as
though you were skinning a dead horse.
It is not ban- tun.
Oranges are hold on a fork while bo
ing pulled, and tho facetious btylo of
Nquirllng Ibo juice into the eye of your
hostess is now aa rcvoir.
Stones in onurriea or other fruit
should not do piaooti upon tho table
cloth, but slid quietly and unostenta
tiously into tho pocket of your noigh
hor or noiselessly tossed under the ta
ble. If vou strike a worm in your fruit do
not call attontion to it by mashing it
with a nut-crackor. This is not only
uncouth, but it is regarded in the best
nouloty as blnte and oxceotllng vi'cd
Macaroni should bo out into short
pieces and eaten with an even graceful
motion, not absorbed by the yard.
In drinking wine, when you got to
tho bottom of your glass do not throw
vour hoad back and draw in your
in order to got the last drop, aa it en
f lenders a feeling of the most depress
rig melancholy among the guests.
After eating a considerable amount
do not rise and nnbuckle your vest
strap lu order to get more room, as
it is exceedingly au fuit and dishabille.
U by mistake you drink, out of your
fingor-bowl, laugh heartily und make
some facetious remark which will
change the coarse of conversation and
renew the friendly fooling among the
members of the party. , ; ,
Ladies suould take but one glass of
wine at dinner. Otherwise there might
be difficulty in steering tbe male por
tion of the pioceHtilon homo.' ,
Do not make remarks , about the
amount your companion has eaten. If
the lady who is your company at table,
whether she bo your wife or the wifo of
homo one else, should out quite heart
ily, do not oflur to pay your host for
his loss or say to her, '-fSreat Scott!
I hope you will not kill yourself bo
causo you have the opportunity,"
Init bo polite and goulleiuanly, even
though the food supply be cut oil' for a
If one of the gentlemen should drop
a raw oyster in his bosom und he
should hiive trouble in tishing it out,
do not make facetious remarks about
it, but assist him to' find it, laughing
heartily all the time. flnoinerniif.
No Good Preaehinff.
No man can do a trood iob of work.
preach a good termon, try a law suit well,
doctor a pntient, or write a good article
when he feels niiscrablo and dull, with
sluggish brain and unsteadily nerves, and
none should make the atteumt in such a
condition when it can be so easily and
cheaply removed by a little Hop Bitters.
Hue other column. Albany Times.
The Power of the Press,
no way is the nower of the nress
more surely shown than in the universal
knowledge that has in less than a vear. been
diffused throughout fifty millions of people
of the wonderful curative properties of that
splendid remedy Kidney-Wort. And the
people trom the Atlantice to the Tacific
have shown their intelliirence and their
knowledge ot what is in the papers, by al
ready making Kidney-Wort their house
hold remedy for all diseases of the kidneys,
liver and bowels. Herald.
Live and Let Live.
Life is not alwavs under our own control.
but can be prolonged by care and prudence.
Burdock Blood Bitters as a Invitivc. Altera
tive and diuretic medicine tend materially
to restore health and lengthen our days.
Price fl.00, trial size 10 cents.
Thomas' Eclcctnc Oil has obtained creat
popularity, freni its intrinsic value as a re
liable medicine, in curing hoarseness, and
all irritations of the throat, diseases of the
chest, etc. For these it is an incompara
ble pulmonic. Paul G.Bchuh, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures ncrv
ousncas, nervous debility, and all weakness
of gcnorstive organs. $1. 5 for j. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
No preparation I have used can compare
with fellows Compound Syrup of. Hypo
phosphites for rentorinir strenctn to tho
I think it the best medicine ever used.
W. J. Horner, Buffalo, N. Y.
My patent adjustable HAKKOW is be
lieved to be the best, as well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and Bhipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
is just the size and weight he wants, I will
tell the plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition tho advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis, 8. Hutchinson, Griggsville, Pjke Co.,
Mrs. A. N. Fkank, 177 West Tupper
Street, Buffalo, N. Y., says she has used
Thomas' Kclcctric Oil for severe toothache
and neuralgia, and considers it the best
thing she knows of for relieving pain.
'aul (J. pchuh, Agent.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
o8s of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, we know
Du. Kinu s Nkw Dircovkky will givo you
inunediato relief. We know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
whero all other medicines bad failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. New to givo you satis
factory proof that Pit. KlNtrs Nkw Iiihcqv-
kuy will cure you o Asthnin, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Hoarsucss, or any Throat r
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. E.
O'Hara's drug storc,Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size
bottle forfl .00 (2)
O. Bortlo, Manchester, N. Y.,was troubled
with asthma for eleven years. Had been
obliged to sit tip sometimes ten or twelve
sights in succession. Found immediate re
lict from Thomas' Eclcctnc Oil, and is now
Mothers 1 Mothers It Mothers!!!
Arc you dinturbod at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying witi tho excruciating paiu of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and gut a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow'i rViothing Syrup. It will
relieve tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there in no mistake
fttwut it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evor used it, who wilt not tell you
at onco that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to tho mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It ii perfectly iaie to uge ln ftu 8, and
pleasant to the taste, and ! the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best fetnalo
physicians and nursoi in the United States.
Sold overywhoru. as cents a bottlu.
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HEROES OF THE PLAINS,
BY J. W. BUBL.
Embracing, the Mvca and Wonecrful Adventures
Wild Bill, Buffalo Bill, Kit Carson, Capt
1'ayiie, Capt. Jaek, Texas
Jack, California Joe.
And other r.elehratfld Indian Fltrhlnrs. HeouU
Humors and Guides. A hook of thrilling sdvin.
tur-s on the plains. KIkIiIs with Indians! (irand
buflalo huntsl Doepi'mte ad venture,! Narrow
escapoal Wonderful shooting and riding!. Wild
life In the Isr west ! l'O tirustrutlpns! 1 full
paite color plates! The grandest book for agonta
ever published. Positively outsell everything
else. MH pages, price $'!. Ag nl s complete out
ItSOcts. Outfit and copy f,ir i, Ivr-Wrlto at
once for Agency, or terms and illnetratcd circu
lars, tollISIOIUCAI, Pl'HUHIIINH CO., ti N.
.Mil street, riv. Louis, Mo. '
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It le situated in Pone County. Illinois, in a emir
of the Ozark Monnlalns, half way between Vicuna
and Molcunda. Ita
Surronudinss are Delight fill
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICE IN ABUNDANCE. Tho table la spread
with all tha delicacies of the season. The
waUiTs are mineral, atipetizlug and health giving.
and tbclr beneficial ellect arc felt Immediately.
J . KJHipW NjHropritor.
Public notice Is hereby given tbat In tiursiiaiice
of an order aud decree madu and entered iu and by
the county court or Alexanner county, slate or Illi
nois, at the Jnue term thereof, A. I)., Ml. In a cer
tain catisu wherein Jacob R'gcle as adminisiralot
o( the eetate of William M. Atherton, deceased,
was plain tiff, and Juda Atherton, Francis I). Ather
ton. Thomas J. t'rai .', Maria J . Riggle, Krancte M.
Alhertr-n, Hehecca J. Athrton, lle'ckiah M. Ath
erton, Lulu J. Atherton, William J. Alliorton,
Thomas I). Atherton, Elizabeth Wicker, Elijah M.
Peeler, Kllun Young, Kmlth Young, Krane.m
Young, James M. ('raia, Kmma Craig, Alice Craig,
Mary Craig, Elzula Kinch, .lohn (iodwin
.Inteph Godwin and Thomas J. Craig, guardian of
Lulu J. and William J . Atherton, were defendnnls,
I. theundersl'.'ned. as such administrator aforesaid,
will proceed to sell the south east quarter of the
south west quarter of section number twonty-six
() and the west half of the north east qnnrier and
the east half of the north wost quarter of section
number ihirty-flve ;i5i, all It; township number
Bflcen (1M aoi:tb range number two (i), west of the
the third principal meridian, in Alexander
countv. state of Illinois, on Thursday, Boulcmber
first 18H1, at eleven o'clock in the forenoen, at the
railroad station house In "Hodges Park," In said
county. Tbe terms of sale are one-halt cash down
and the other hall In one year with all tier cent in
terest, secured by note and mortgage on p-emies
told. And at the same time and place, the under
signed as snch administrator, will fell at public
sale the following described lots in the town of
"Hodges Park, lo said county, namely.- Lot num
ber seven (7) In block number four (4); Iota num
bers four and six (4) and Hi) In block number live
(5); Iota number four (4) acd
eight m In block nam tier six
(H)j lots numbers vlht(H) and ten (10). ln block
number seven (7); lot numbet eight (H) ln block
number fourteen (14); lot number seven (7) in
block number fifteen (15); lota numbers one (1)
and three (H) In block number seventeen: lot num
ber 9ve( 5) In block number twenty-one UI): lot
number six Ol) In block number twenty-t-vo (it!), In
pursuance or a decree and order ofsal). couuty court
made and entered at the July term '.iicreof, A, D.,
1W0, ln a certain case wherein '.no same parties
above named were plHlntiffand defendants. Bald
lots to be sold on the same terms as above speci
fied, except where the sale is for a sum not ex
ceeding ten dollars; th" same must be paid t the
ttineof the purchase. Haul sales are to be made
for the purpose ol nayinsdehtaof the dald estate.
July 26, 181. Administrator, etc.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
OiCKiiizeilJiilv 1UH, 1877, Under the Laws of
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
!, 1077, Under At'tufConertn.
P. (I. HCIIUH ...Presldt tit
C. T. Kl'DI) Vice President
J. A. UOMiHTINK Treasurer
J . J. (.OUDON Medical Advisor
THOMAS I.RWIH Secretary
JOHN C. Will lis Assistant Hccrctary
KXKOUT1 VK COM M1T1K Ki
H, I.RItillTON, I., h. TIIUMAH,
J.C.WUITE, W. r. PITCIlKlt.
J. 8. McOAIlEY.
HOAWI) OP MANAOKUSs
William Htratton. of SI ration A Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul (1. Hcliuh, wholesale aud mull drug
gist; Hn.en I.eightoii. commission merchant; Jae.
R. Mc'lnhey. lumber dealer; J. J. (lordon, phya
Iclan; J. A. Ooldfllne, ol'Oolilstlne fi Knren wilier,
whe!::ial and retail dry gmids, etc; Wm.K. Pitch
er, general agentrllenry B. Ellis, city printer and
book binder; Chealey llaynes, Cooper; Jno. ().
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer lu flour and grain; IT. liross, presi
dent Alexander County Bank; U. W. Iluudrlcks.
contractor and builder; Cvma Close, general
agent ; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; l 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. K.
Kussel, contractor and builder; V. T, Kudd
agent C. St. I.. AN. O. rallaoad; Moses Phillips, car
tienlnr; II . A. Chnmbley, contrwlor, Cairo, Ills,
llev. ,1. Hpencer, clerRvniaibHt Iuls, Mo.; J. II.
lletliiina, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, t'lmrloa
ton. Mo.; J. H. Moore , lawver, Coiumorfo. Mo.;
I). HingleUrv, phvsleliin, Arlington, Ky.; J. W.
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Murrv, Kv.; A. Ktelnbach, manufacturer of tad
dlurv, Evansvlllo, lnd.;lko Anderson, aechitarv
to superlnmndent (1. St. L. 4 N O. rallrond, Jack
son, Tonn.; J. 8. Hobertson, physician, White
vIllo.Tonn.; Thomaa A.Osborn, hsrness maker,
llollvar, Tonn. ; Wm. I.. Walker, "Dlxlo Advur
llslng Agency,'1 Hollv Springe, Miss,
instant paijn relief
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THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of, the United States.
leiO BROADWA.Y NKW YORK
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
W, N. CRAINE, General Manaer for Illinois, Iowa. Nebraska, and the
Territories, 168 Dearborn Street, Cliicayo.
E. A.. BURNETT, Atrent.
toner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois
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Taaeline Toilet Soap.
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