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Suiixw 'a Cough, and Coosuinptina Cure
id bold by us on a guarantee. It cures cod-,
sumption. Paul 0. 8chuh, Axeot. " ; 8
If Catarrh sufferers wish io bo convinced
tbat Caturrb can be cured, we advise tliem
to write to Dr. C. It. Sykcs. 109 Madison
Btreot Chicago, and ask for testimonials of
cures. He has any number of tliem, and
they are reliable.
Question, your Drugarist,
1 1 !,S .11 , '.I . .....
uu no wtirieu vou mat mere is a greater
demand for 80ZODONT than for uDy other
preparation for tbo teeth Then ask your
self whether an article for which the de
mand is genernl and constant, must not
poHBess Kimuino merit. The mental response
will b that it docs, since the conclusion is
irresistible, that if it do not really polish
and preserve the teeth, a discerning public
would long since have discovered the fact.
It advertises itself. '
fsiiaon'B Vitauzer Ib what you need foj
Conatiimtiou, Loas of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottlo. Paul 0. Snhuh,
The beaut? and color of the hair mav he
Bftfcly regained by using Parker's Hair
Habwn, which is , much admired for its
perfume, clearliness and dandruff eradicat
Mil. J. Marsu, bank of Toronto, Ont.,
writes: "Biliousness and dyspepsia seem
to have grown up with me; having been a
sufferer for years, I have tried many reme
dies, but with no lasting result until I used
your BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
They have been truly a blessing to me, and
I can't speak too highly of them."
Price $1.00, trialsize 10 cents. Paul O.
0. Bortle, Manchester. N. Y was trou
bled witli asthma for eleven years. Had
been obliged to sit up sometimes ten or
twelve nights in succession. Pound imme
diate relief fr,om THOMAS' ECLECTIUC
OIL, and is now entirely cured. Paul 0.
The London Lancet.
The London Lancent says: "Many a
i lie n ntTa suvuu uy uiu moral guurngu ui
tho sufferer, and manv a life has been saved
hv taking SPIHNO BLOSSOM in case of
bilious favor. mdkrcHtion ortivercomnlaint."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Faul
Cuocp, WiioortKO Cocon and Bronchitis
mtupdiately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
aui ii. ou un. nut II i. o
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DjJLY AND WEEKLY.
Term ot Hupiorl lit Jon.
' rtiKi of rosTaoi:
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tfr-Club ofSveor more for Weekly Bulletin at
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I if VARIABLY IH 1PT1ICI.
All Communications should be addressed to
K. A. BURNETT.
Publisher sod Proprietor.
The farmer needs his vacation just as
much a any man of business noeils one.
A week's run to town after tho busy
s-a-wn h over will do him awirllof
jrood. And thoy need to vi-it other
f.-trmert, to learn, if possible, ea.ier or
butu-r methods of farming or of living.
They need to attend farmers' conven
tions and organizations, to gain new
ideas something to broaden and en
large their views or M-i. reopio wno
always stay at home are sure to see the
dark sides and shadows of tlioir own
lives. They neod to learn and to real-
ze that storms and drouths, and thun
lor showers and frosheU, visit othor
t . I ! I .1. ........ Il.t mflflila tA
insects thrive In all degrees of. longi
tude; that Dies and dirt accumulate ana
innnoy othor households beside the ones
tbey preside over. la short, they neod
io learn how othr people live. Could
farmers manage so as to be coutincd
less to their farms, could they work
more in partnership, as do men in other,
business, or could they, believe it profit-
ble to onrnloy a higher grade ol liitxir-
rs mon whom they could trust alone
lor a day or a wenk, or could thoy earlier
i ruin their sons and daughters to have
care and an Interest in the affairs of
sho household, then they could oftencr
ind tho opportunity lor leaving the
arm for a short season of recreation
ind enjoyment, nnd thus be in reality
kvhat they have the name of being, the
uost "independent cliws ot peoplo in
Nautical: "'You aro on tho wrong
ack." said the pilot's wifo whon tho
ardy son of tho loud-sounding sea sat
lown on It and arose with tho usual
xclamations. "No," he replied, after
critical examination, "I'm on tho
ght tack, but
shoot me if I ain't ou
ho wrong end
of It" Burlington
Lord Egremont onco invited Turner
o stay a week at Petworth and paint
wo pictures for him of some favorite
Its ol sconery on mo estate, un ino
irst morning of his visit, Lord Egro-
uout askod Turner wbat be should like
o do, and the great painter replied he
voulu go tlsuing.
The next morning at oroaKiasi Lrorti
, lnnuired again what it would please
Mr. Turner io uo; ana ho replied that,
Hiving enjoyed mmsoii so much yoster
lar. be would go fishing again.
On the third morning Lord Egromont
houirht ho would wait for Turner to
Announce his own plans, and was groat-
,V amused when he quiouy saio ne whs
gain going tisiilng.
Un the fourth morning, Lord E., uu
kblo to ooiuwal Ids anxiety, said:
Woll. Mr. Turner, l am only too
lad for vou to enloy yoursoll, but you
tm tiilklnirnf iroliiir awnr to-iuorrow.
Iml 1 felt Riixlmm about the Pictures.
i - - . .
"Coma u stairs to mv room," sam
I'lirner. "nud set vour mind at rest"
r i. .. . . . . i .. i
Homing coum cxoeeattne surprise
nd dohcht of Lord Egremont when
'urnur introduced him to two exquisite
ll.i.iat.,a fri n f .xl am Via Karl rladltfwl
h croat man bad risen caoh morning
tlt.H tho mm. and before breakfast had.
ly a good day's work, earned his pleas-
sro to usnmg.
Clear head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no cougn, no distress, i These arecou
ditions brought about in Catarrh by the
use of Sanford'i Iladical Cure. One bottle
Radical Cure, one box Catharrhal Solvent
and one improved Inhaler, in one package.
Death to rats and vermin, Parson's Ex
terminator. Hugs and Carpets.
; Tho present fancy for plushes and
velvets that Is seen in dress fabrics,
milliuery and upholstering prevails al
so as regards carpets. The consequence
is an increasing demand for Wilton
and velvet carpets and an increased
production for tho Autumn and Winter
trade. The tendency in New York in
all carpets for parlors and bedrooms is
to floral decoration in rich, yet deli
cato colors, on olivo, old gold, ecru or
Ivory grounds. Tho floral decoration
is generally in tho form of looso sprays
rather than set bouquets or garlands,
and the effcut while strong, is at the
same time light and graceful. Carpets
for halls and dining-rooms como in rich
dark colors, overlaid with Persian and
India designs. Stair-carpels naturally
partako of tho character of hall-carpets,
and are conseouentlv dark The
borders to carpets aro mado to contrast
with tho carpet more than has been the
stylo heretofore. Tiiero is a tendency
now to cover the entire floor, though in
many houses carpets are still laid so as
to expose a border of marquetry or oth
er hard wood work. In Indiau carpets.
the Ablowalia carpets are in great de
mand; tlifso come in olive, greens, and
bric-a-brao reds. Bodv brussels are
out this season in greatly improved pat
terns, and are having a good run. So
are Amoncan moquet carpets, which
come irom tins urm s own lactones.
which are sold at $1.40 per yard. In
grains offered this year, from their su
perior quality, have likewise gained in
favor. A decided im provement in these
are the reversablu ingrains, both sides
of which are equally well finished.
The Masulipatan rugs are among popu-
ar jnoia goous, coming as they do in
usual sizes. They have ivory ground
overlaid with deep rich colors. A want
long felt among a large class are rugs of
good coloring and pattern in a moder
ate cost lhis want is now supplied by
a large and varied assortment of American-made
rugs in convenient sizes.
Conspicuous among there rugs of home
manufacture are the imitation bmyrna
rugs, which closely resemble the orig
inals, and the reversible ingrain rugs.
The last mentioned come iu sizes 4 by
2J feet and 3 by 2J feet, and cost $8
and f 10 apiece.
A paragraph writer on the Boston
Post re alii mis the statement thnt neces
sity is the mother of invention. "Some
times," ho Buys, "wo want tho door be
tween our oflice and the one next to it
closed, and the editor in that room of
course- feels, if we get up and shut it,
that we are getting high-toned and ex
clusive, and it wounds him. And we
don'tlike to do that, so we have invent
ed a way to have him shut the door
himself. We sing."
Tho editor of London lunch has
fourteen daughters. No wonder the
poor man can't seo anvtliing funny in
living to bounce fellows away from th
front gato. It's too much like work.
Afler Uorawalli8' Surrender.
The diary of Col. Samu. l Smith, of
the Maryland line at lorKtown, after
wards a UuiU'd Stales Senator
The weatluir has been ill n
what colder tho last fowlij
The rivers aro falling slWly.
plenty and freight offerings are'
Bequcutly the wharf and rivorfnj
Business is looking up and the a
in staple articles of farm produce;
FLOUR The market rules steady
firm. Tho demand is fair and Btocka onlv
HAY The demand continues light lor
the season. Receipts are moderate and
CORN-Reccipts are liberal and the de
OATS Tho market continues steady
and the demand moderate.
5IEAL Steady aud unchanged.
BRAN Scarco and in good demanl.
BUTTER Strictly choice is in fair re
quest and common is neglected.
EOQS Receipts are increasing but there
is a steady demand for all that arrives.
POULTRY Live of all kinds is a drug
on tho market. Tho present cold weather
and noar approach of the holidays will
make a demand for dressed and no other
kind should bo shlppod.
APPLES Choice aro In active demand
Sales and Quotations.
HOTB.-Tho price here ulvon are for aale from
first hand In round lot. An advance is
Chargod for broken lotaiu nillmorrler.
100 Mils, fancy ,,
4H0 Various grades, on orders..
i0 hhla. Choice
100 hhls. fancy
T5 hhla. Patent
o omar 7s
6 sogja at
a.m. 6 75
HHIMlt Y )5
,. 6 10
100 lihl. Family...
WU nuts il
...s s-vas U
a cars l'ralrlo...
9 car Prime Timothy..
H cars choice limotny.......
8 cars red top and mixed.
8 car KoodinUod...,.M.M
8 cars Kilt edo....
.15 OOftlB 00
.... la oo
14 cars new white, in bulk........ . ........ ,.
Ill cars new mixed, In bulk ... v.
1 car new ratxud, bHlk
( 'OAT. ,
I cars tnbnlk
15 cars choice tn bulk
8 cars In saoks...
THE DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN;
No. IHd, verba
No. 8 Medlurnt)n.,.
400 bbli CUV
8 853 40
100 bblt Country
CUT AND GROUND FEED.
Oat and hy mixed, per cwt...
" " corn " "
Cora fur fowls ' m
1000 poanrte Ktrlctly choice Northern
MX) pound choice
rH) pounds Southern III tn.ol
800 ponndi Southern Illinois choice
8 00 doses
Live fl oazta 50
too lbi. tlretsed 10c
7 conpi good mixed...
4 r.oop ... m
iiO dyi. drejied
1 602 M
1 0U1 50
... S 00
. . . . ...... . .
30DO head cbolce,.....M... 119
S00 bniih . Ml ch lean . i to
200 bbli. " Peaehblowi 8 4503 40
60 bbli Southern Illinois 8 00
100 bbli choice vtrletiei
50 bbl. common
2m bbl. fancy Mlchlisn
8 003 73
100 bblt good varletlo
Venlnon saddles ,
veulKon caret f.,
.7 y08 (O
H. C. Ham..
. 1 Ml
iA bnnliel burlap
buahel " m
Ptache, halve and aarter.....
Calf, Green- ,
Sheep Pelts, dry ...
Sheep Pelts, green...
Common Lag . 13 00
Good Ian 3 Ma 4 00
en Leaf. 4 73 f o0
Medium Lear 5 Una s l"0
0-4lef. ( 50 8 U
RATES OF FRKIQHT.
- , Orleans,.. ,
Alderman Tucker. Boaton, sayi you may
state that I have paid for medicine bdJ treat
ment in 20 years f 3,000, without receiving
permanent benefit. Entirely cured of hia
disease (salt rheum) by Cuticura Remedies.
Great chance to make mon-
Those who always take
advantage of the good cnan
ces to make money that are
offered, generally hecomo
wealthy, while those whodo
not improve such chance remain In poverty. We
want many men, women, boy and girl to work for
us right in their own localities. Any one can do
the work properly rrom tna first start, i nouuat
naa will nav more than ten times ordinary w aires.
RiiMtialvo on l lit furnished free, r-o one who eiiua-
gos fails to make money rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole time to the work, or only your spar
moment.. Full information and all that Is needed
sent f". Address Btlnson Co.. Poitland, Main.
18 8 2,
Bund 5 3-cnnt stamps for satiplfs of 4 Magaslnes
you will he anre to want for voufthlldron.
Widde A. wake,,
11 50 a year. The best, largest and most fully Illus
trated Mauaislne tn the world for young people.
The baby's own Magaalue, more charming than or
er before. Only 60 cent a year
LITTLE FOLKS' LEADER.
A delightful and refined Monthly, for public, and
private school and home, 75 cent a year.
THE PANSY. Jv
An Illustrated Weekly lor young people edited by
Mr. (. R. Alden (Pansy), especial I ad spied for
Bunda reading. N) cents a year. Address D.Lo
throp Jt Co., 8J Franklin it., Boston, Mass.
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1881.
If yoa inlTur from dyspepsia, nso
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon are arUlctod with blllounnen, ne
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If you are proitratod with nick headacke, take
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If yourbowola aiu dltordercd regulate them with
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If your blood Is Iraonro, porify It with
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If you have Indigestion, yon will find an antidote In
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If yon are troubled with tprlng compla.nt, eradi
cate them wltk BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
II your liver 1 torpid restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yonr liver I affected yon will And a enure restor
ative In . BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have any specie of hnmor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
Ifyon have any Rlmptom of nicer or icrofulou
ores, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
for Imparting otrencth and vitality to the aystem,
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up the
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r.MILBL'EN& CO.. ITop'rs,
BUFFALO, Y. '
For talc by TAUL G. BtriUB.
, DH. CLARK ,
Indian Blood Syrup. v
Iivspciiflu, Liver Pin-eH-
p, Ki-veranil Aku
l.'lii-iumi'l .in, lirnpsv,
lli-itrt Jik-hki, Hilioiis-iH-s,
THE lir.ST BKMKDY KNOWN TO MAN 1
Twelye Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrun poKaeaaes varied properties? It itim
mate trie ptyaiine in the saliva, wmcn convert
the starch and stikar of the food
deficiency iu ptyaiine
catiaes wind and auurinj of
the food in the alomnc.li. If the metltcln J tasan
immediately after eating, the ferment atlun ot hied
It acU upon the Liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Purllh s the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Tarries off the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Fores of the Skin aud luduces
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison In
the blood, which generates Hcrofula. Erysipelas,
and all manner of bkln Diseaavs and Internal hu
mors. There are no spirits employed tn Its manufacture
and it can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required In at
tention to directions.
Galva, Ilenry Comty, Ills.
I was suffering from Sick Ileadachoand D'r.zl
noM so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi
an Blood Syrup eflcctuallv cured me.
MRS. 11ELKN ELKIU8.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that Dr C'lnrk Johnson's Indian
Blond Byrup has cured me of Pain In the Hack. It
lea valuable medlclno. MRS WOOD.
Centre mil, White Co., Ark.
This la to certify that I was afflicted with Palpi
tation of tho Heart for many years I tried differ
ent doctors, whose preacrlptlons tended more to
weaken me than they did to strengthen., I at last
res lved to try Dr. Clark Johnson Indian Blood
Hytnp, which proved to be a positive care not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, lint also a Hick Head-
ach which had been troubling mo.
MUa MART A. NKAL.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed to get relief, although using medi
cines from our heat doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson Indian Wood Hvrnp, anoashort trial
cured me, ' T. W. KiSINO, Mollne, 111."
Thl cortlfle that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cdectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot be said In limine of It.
W. K. WIMMEK, Bedford, Mo.
' Agent wanted for tho nle of tho Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have no
geut. , Particulars givuu ou application.
DKUUUWTS HELL IT.
Labratory 77 West 3d it., N. Y. City,
il anequaled M a pimltlvp
Alterative and Cure for
Asthma and Tyspopsla.
and all their atuimliiiil evils.
It does not merely
iT,,rrl i..,imrivrv mlli.r. tint la a iH-riliauent cuie.
Mrs. B. F. iiMif Ueliiinre,0,,says of It; "i,0"
siinr(irl nl lh qjenly rltirlt of pour remit!.
Utm Hnt mnttrine in
Lr yniri Mutt hnt Itiatnvrd mw
enuoh nml mii(e txnrriomUim it.
i note nn-ii au
niufit without nmuhl
ng." IfyiiiirilruKKlatdowi not
aan It. aunil furlruallHn mill teallnmnl
islian anil leaiiiiimiiain w
IS. I'. St. a as aa.
S&a UriMadwav, Mew lork.
II. I. H. I'M'H at VO.
g5 fill 55
IT, i ii la.
LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED.'
A vlotlin of wuthful linnrndenoe oanaing Prema.
tnrs ly, Hervoui Debility, law! Manhood, etc.
haviug tried In valu every known remedy, hi (lis
covered a simple self euro, which he wiU axid FHKK
In hi fellow-suffenrsLaddMia I. H. KCI2VIJL
41 UUttUtUII tttaalfaY.
Us Relief and Cure as certain as day follows day by Dr. J. A. Sherman's Metliod,
With afety from the daiiKer of atransrulatlon and without the Injury truiMi Inflict. Thode wlihlng th
proof ibould aunil 10c for thl book, coutalulng likeneKKe of tiaei before and after cure. aUo endor'
munt or prnfeRHlonal geiitleinun, rnlnln er, mercbauts, farm and other who have been cured. Trnaa
e and Rupture ooner or later nffcet the nervoa and mental njilem, brlnu on organic dlaeaaei, impo
tenyr, fioalro. energy an-l (oclal ilealre. iu a kin if the young old and the old unelea. office ll Broadway
a', 1 and ?. M'"t 'i,l ","Bt01n- '' consultation, ea h week-New lork, Monday, Tuesday and
Saturday; Uoiton, Wednesday, Thuradvy and Friday.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Caird, Illinois.
THZ HUD POWEB
Humphreys' Homeopathio Specincs
Proved from ample experience an entire
auceeaa. Himple. I'rompl, Klllrli-nt. and
Unliable,. tlu-jr are thu only medicine
adapted to piipulur uae.
liht i-KiNcii'AL aoa. rrOKKR. micr
L Frvrra, Cnnitnatlon, Inflammatlnna, MR
i orma. Worm Irervr. Worm t'olle, .il
& ryina Colin, or Teething of lufaiiu.M
4. Illorrhc-a of t hlldrnn or Adulla,
6. Ilynentery. GrlpliiK, llllloua Uille,
. Cholera Morbui, vomiting, . . .a
7. Couaha. Cold, KruneliltlH, . . .
8. Vuralula, Tootlmrlie. Kaceaehe. .as
9. Ileadnrhea, Bli-lc Ilxailiu-liea, Vertigo, lis
II. Hnnprraae4 or Painful Period. S"
1Z Whiles, too urifii8M Perloria, . .
11 Croup, CouKh. Hinicult Hn-athlng,
il Kail lltirmn,
hnaloelaa. Eruniloiia. .i".
lit Hhi-iimaliiiin. Itheiimatlr lain.
y Id. Krterand une, t bill. l-evnr, Aguea. M
JNI7. I'llt-a, lllliiil or Hlei-illug M
- j atnrrti. aetiie or enronie: Innuenra, Mi
Xliooiilnii Cnuvh, violent l imiilm. .fit
-' Ho i-nil llebllilv, l'liji l WeHkiiuui, ,'.)
!' "ev lllai-dne. .511
-j lli-litiltv Snennnlorrhpa. Mil
m !.f '"",xs eknei.. ettlnitthe Ik-d.IKi
in,niMi llf.Hrl. I'n ti In Ion. I I:
,r,i i-i,yi i 1"jlta.irwul hy the Case,
.,, ";.7,!,ti,."r",'"t "y the C11
till, fife , ,: .....i...
one, senn tor ir. NIMiiiliri- Itm.L on
1, lliiiniilireva nni.nl,.,,-
old by dnlprala linn hwr Mi. Illirai ff" ,nK'
(jineer, liiichu Mandrake, btilliucia aud many
It the ibest medicines known arecombine.fin I'ah-
'icek s CiIngkr Ionic, into a medicine of such va-,
ned and ellcctive pnwers.as to make it the createat
liluod Punter and Liver Keeulator and the
lkktllealth&Strunjfth Bcstonr tier Tsed.1
It cures rvMKrcui.i. Klicuuiall-.m. NeumlL-ia.'
SleeplcMncst, ana nil discasea of the blotuach,'
liuwcH, i.untjs, j.ivrrana Juuneys. ,
Remember 1 'l his Tonic i the Te Familv.
..icuibuic cvlt iii.iuc.iuiu t.cuiin:iy amcreni iriili;
Ulttera, Oiuer l'reparationa, and other Touira, a:
f-.i:,.:..-. - ,t..t.. i: 1.. j;.t .
ii never iniaxicws uuicureiuniiikeiinesa.
;enningyithm:t!ii n.ntrcof Htscnx '-Co,
Parker's Hair Balsam
ThttM.1 and moil
eonomlral hair r.
aWru ami itiwtof.
Fort on J Agents write outfit I Territpry free.
Scuttreiy i--w h'-tfll'iv(ar:ii'lc:it. Iinicl.
rg neua lor scw.rtg anil all marlitnua. Indea
nirtllile rrhfaiinr I anorfi rt UnnrSnrlr-n.
Ilio 1'. T.CuUed WlrelteltCo,uil07UiAvo.M..
Inmne f'ersona Hpst.-n-J!
DR. KLINE GGREAf
'forali HbaIs; Nkvs niAsM. WiYyiu
'c lifto ftir yiti. m.ffu and Kirr Atl'm-IUmi
Infalliblr If tithan as directed. Ao Att ajttr
Af,i.iu'f tut. -1 rMMllMA anil S trial littl,.IV..u I a
Vitiullrnta,tnry pa.Yiiipr.'aaai.', bend Damn,
P, O. and eaprraa .l.lrcr to Ha. KI.INK. U .
Arch Surhll4tlpUia,l'a. SuonncipaliirugiuU,
Sr. S. Silsboo's External PiloRcmedy'
Give I ni an t ,-ellt I and la an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold hy Drnxirt'Ui'verywhore. Prlre, ll.Ofl per bo
prvimilby mull. Hampl-s ent frtt (o physicians
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fcew VorkClty. bolemauufaeturoraof "AnaitMts."
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