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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, APJilL 4. 1882.
Msyor N.B. Thistlewood.
Treurr-i-T J . Kerth.
Clerk lrnnl. J, Foley.
CounselorWin. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyr.
Attorney William llendrtck.
so. so or aldbiii.
Ktnt Werd-Per 8aup. T. M. Klmhrongh.
'"nd Ward-se lll.mr.0. N. Uaghe.
Tblr.1 Ward-U. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Tward-CUirle. 0. Tiller. Adolpb 8wo-
Fifth Wrd-T. W. Ilal'.ldav. Ernest B. PtttU.
Clrcntt Jndue-t-0. Jluki-r.
Circuit Clork-A. U. Irvin.
County Jndgu at. M Yocutn.
County fieri 8. J. Jluoim.
rounty Attorney-. M. Damron.
Coiiutv Treesurer-Mllee W. Parker.
Coroner-K Flugurald u.tiM.. J A
County Coromlsaloners-T. W. Halllday, J. A.
IMbhs and Futer haup.
" " CHURCH IX.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Cor Tenth and Poplar
atrrets; preaching fir-tand third Sunday. In
tee . mohth. 11 a m. and 7 .) o. P"" '"Vs1'
. K Thursday, 7:p. nl jr f
rturRcn or the kkdkkmkr-piwpii
Cfota. .treat; Bund.y W. u. . lioly
. Kurhastst; V. a- m- nar t0: m-'
Murnfng prayer.-. 8:W) p. .evening rayers. F.
p. Uaveuport. 8. T. IL Hector.
VI I18T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHrKCnj
Preaching at IO a. ... p. m . and 7 p.ra.
.abb.tb school at 7 JO V- " r- J- Bbore,
f CTnKRAN-Tblrtcenth street; service Bab
bath 1 : a. m. ; Sunday acbool 2 p.m. llev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Jtw.
Preaching Sabbath U M a- m. d 7 : P-m.
fetinday School at AM p. m. Key. J. A. Sc.rrett,
IIHKSBYTKKIAN-Elghtb street: preecolng on
1 h.bbetb at lVuO a. m. and 7 :) p. m. ; prayer
at 3 p.m. Her B.Y.'ieorw. pastor.
ST JOSEPH 8--tRoraan Catholic) Coruer Cross
and Walnut Streets; services Sabbath 10:30 a.
a haaday School at J p. m. : Vesper 3 p. m. ; set
". . "ery7dayata. i: Re. O'Hara. Priest.
ST. FATKICK'8 (Roruau Catholic) Corner Ninth
street aart Weablugton veoae; scrytcesSeb
oath 8 and 10 e m.; Vespers p. 8au,1c
t p. m. services every day at a a. m. P.ev. Miiaursou
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOI8 CENTRAL K. R.
Mall...... .11:15 a.m I 4:nia.m
tAcr.m,rtauon.ll:lua.i Htorc lliina.m
t Kij)W.a 4: p.ui I Acciiu('.auoa..4;iJO p.m
MISS CKNTIt.M. K. R.
tMill 4 W.mHMill 5tfp.m
tKipreM...... M:l&a m I
CAST. t. R. R.
Etfw.,.. . I":' a m
Accum'datlon. I :'J) p m
bT.I... I M
tEtpna ll:ip.m I
l Aciutn nation. :.um I
II :au a to
Kr 4::'.S p it
Accuia'datoin Wii p ai
. h H R
KprH 2 V p m
'VAIIAMI, ST. Mil ls I'A IPIR R'V
Mali It .... Vimvm I Xail tx.... P "
IJaily eiceplSuurty. tlally.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
Tlie Onlv Line ltunnini;
Makino Direct Connkction
Tiuiita Li Catno; ,
Arrlrtn In Bt. Lonia 46 a.m.; Cblcauo.8: p.m.;
' Connecting at Odin aud KfflnKham for Cincin
nati, LoulaviUe. Indlanapolta aud polnta Bat.
11:10 a.m. Bt. Loula and Wi'atern
, Arrlln1nBt.Iola7K)5p. m., and connecting
for all pointa Weal.
:20 p.m. Fiust Kxprf.
JwSt. Loula and Chicago, arriving at8t. Loula
tO :) p . m., and Chicago 7 :'J0 a . m
4:30 p.m. Cinoinniiti Kxpreaw.
ArriTlnj at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiarllla 7:90
a.m.; Indlanapolla 4:tt a.m. P""'
thia train reach tha abova polnta 1 to JO
UOUR8 In advance of any other route.
rar-Tfc.i.an n. m. aenroaa hai
ki if.ianniii.Cm In Plnelnnatl. without
cbangae, ana through tleeper to St. Louie ana
Fast Time Kast.
I aanCllUcI S Brn polnta wlthont any delay
ranaad by Suadav Intervening. Tbo Katnrdnv afte
noon trtla (ma Calm arrlvaa In new Vo'k Monday
nornlag at 10:85
Thirty-alx houraln advanceol
HfFor through ticket and further Information,
airlr akllllnol Catitral Railroad I)ipot, Cairo.
Ac JOUS80N. kt J- U. JONE8
By other rouu).
Ufa. pouiuwrn hwii n""ii
i. II. HANSON, (ten. I'a.e. Agent. Chicago
J)R. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OPPICR Rlgbtk Street, near Cnmf arr.lal Avennu
JJH. K W. WJIITLOCK,
orrina No. ISA Commorclul Avotiue, hnlweeu
Kghthand Nlnlh Htreei
- JfTT '! ;'v A" 8tcnm ,1tl;MiJ'
19 Woodward Ave.
"' jVrtia; .aisort.iusa.
( j W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kiudlijig
eouitantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trtmm!ogr"are cuarne hav!ngs and make
the be.t ummer wood for cooking purpooee at wol)
the cheape.t ever auld tn Cairo, Kor black
rnllh'a ne Inemting llr. tbty are unequalled
Leave rnor order, at the Tenth alreet wood vard
CJAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and ktirt Monday, June 7th, and until farther
notice lur'i-nyhoa.l will make tripe aa follow.:
MiVIk LtiVt. l.IAVIi
V Konnh t. Mlaenurl Land g. Kenturky Ld g.
i:0( p. m.
2 n m.
810 a. m.
9 a. ni.
11 . m.
S;00 p. m.
TnE II AM, (DAY.
A New and i.ompiPte H 'tel. frontln; on Levee
8,'cond und Kullroad Street.,
Tb PaenciT D lt of thf Chicago, St. Lenta
D'" jew (trleaii.; Illlnol Cetitral: vvliah. St.
I.oul" and pRcllir; lion Mountain mid S-nlhorn,
Mobile and Ohio; (Mr and St. I.ouia Railway,
ant all Jui Arnma the 'irvi't: while the Steamboat
Landing 1. Iiutono aquarit di.tant.
Thla lloti'l la heated hy.ati'am. ha Ptam
Laundry, tlvdraulic Elevator, Kl' tr1c Call Holla.
Automatic Kire-Alarma. Hatha, absolutely puro air,
portert aeerni and complete apiolntinenta.
Superb fiirni.liluj;j perfect aervkej and an tin
T 1. PA11ICKH Ac C()..I
Commercial Avenue and Eiirlith Street,
rnrtOSS. rreaulent. I P. NFFJ1. VlccPrea'nt
II, WELlS, Cublur. I T. J. Kerth, Aaa't caah
T. Broaa Ca'ro I William K nee. .Cairo
Pe'erNefT " I Wllllnm Wolf.... "
('. M O'lurloh " I n.o. I'atlur. ...... "
E.A. Duder " II. Well '
J. Y. Clotnron, Caledoula.
A URSERAL n.VNKINQ IIUSISKN8 DONE.
Exchange aold and bought. InKrort paid In
thoSuvlnit. Dup'trtmunt. Collecilon. mode and
all huatueas promptly attondud to.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
. IN TIIK CITY.
UOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KU CO..
Cor.Nlnutnenlhr-trootl Pinrn Til
CouiumrelulAVMUUMf 1 Villi V, 111.
QEORGE II. LEACH, M. I),
l'hvsioian and Surgeon, .
Special atlentlon p d to the Komtoualhlc treat
ment ofeuiglcttl dleeatoa, eudui.tate. of woman
0,Ur;e: On 14th itrtct, oppoaltctho PoatOfllce,
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TONiTTELl
r-HKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BAXK.
Of Cnlro. IUInoiB.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking business
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY".
pSTERl'KlSE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TII03. W. IIALLIDAY,
8TOVE8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SOSTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS Of JOB WOKK DONE TO OKDEK
NO. 87 EIOHTH STREET,
City rt.ritK'a Orrtctt. I
Caibo, Km.. Mar. 17tlt.li'2. f
Pnhllcnotlce l hen bv elven that on'l'ueailav the
l?th day of April A. 1 18,. a general election will
I e held In tbu citv of Cairo, county of Alexander,
tteof Illinois, for ih election of one aM.rman
for the reijn'ar term uf two year from euch of the
five wa da of lb city. ,
Kor the purpore of taid ejection pole" will be
oiienedatthu lollowlni; named place, via:
la the Firr anl t the police headq'tarter In
rear ot Mr. Roa While's building corner of Sixth
trret and Onto Ifvec.
In the Second vard at tbo engine house of the
Itoiirhnd Ready drecompary.
In the Third wrf-d at the enelne home of the
llinein'an flrt company.
In the Fourth ward, at the Conrt Hou.o
And In the Fifth ward, at the engine uouec of the
Anchor tlru company.
Said election will be open at fi.'ht o'clock In the
morning, and continue open until seven o'clock io
the ufluraoon of nme day.
D. J. FOLEY.
ORDINANCE NO. fit.
An ordinance providing for the vacation of part of
a cer aln afreet and highway, established by ec
Hon 5 of ordinance Id. And for the ale of cer
tain ground to tbo Dinger Manufacturing Corn
Ho It ordained by the City Council of the city of
Section 1. That all that part of a public itrcet
and highway or the city of Cairo et apart ai.d de
clared in h by aerllnn 3, of ordinance No IN,
enacted by the City Conncll of eald city, April lt,
1H74. lying between Tillrty-elxth strcel and the
northerly boundry line, II extended, of lot No. 8,
hloelc No. g In the Fifth addition to the city or
Cairo, Illinois, he and the name 1 hereby vacated
d declared to be uo longer a public alreet and
highway and the lot aud tract of land immediate,
ly adjoining iiild portion of raid rtrcct and high
way on either ldu thereof shall not extend to the
centr 1 Hue of said vacated part or .aid street orho
yond their resent respective houndriei, tint the
land on which the portion of id si reel hereby va
cated I lorated shall be devoted totho uo declared
in the second section of this ordinance.
Section i That said portion of said street so
vacated, together with the strip of latl fifty feet
wide, also the property of the citv lying along tho
westerly side of and between aaid vacated portion
of said street and lot 1 to 8, both IncluMve, In
block Ne 7, In the Fifth addition toe tv of Cairo,
llllnoir, be sold and conveyed tn the Singer Manu
facturing Company, for the consideration of the
sum of one hundred dollars and upon the payment
ol said amount iLto the city treasury. The mavor
nnd city s.rR are hereby empowered and directed
to exec te per and on behalf oUhecltv pronor deeds
of conveyance to nld the 8lnur Manufacturing
Company for the land uerelnhofore described.
Approved April 1st, A. D. KWJ
N. B. TUISTLEWOOD, Mayor.
Attest: D.J. Foi.iV, City Clerk.
- ORDINANCE NO. 83.
An ordinance pro idlng for the vacation of Thirty
sixth street, betwueu Commurclul avenue , mid
Re t ordained by tho City Conncll of tha city f
Section I. That all that part of Thirty-sixth
street, In the flllh addition to tho city of Cairo,
Illinois, lying between Commercial avuutto and
Lovee alreet, ho and the amo is h- reby vacated
and declared tn he no longer public street and
hlghwav, and the lots and tracts of land Immedi
ately adjoining said portion of said Mrcet shnil nnt
extend to theruntral line of said vacated part of
suld st met or beyond thalr eospecltvii honndrle.
And the ground embraced within thu limit of the
vacated portion of said roet shall again revert to
and become lullv rested In the original owner or
lirantur thereof to he by them or their gu,
conveyed to the Singer Manufacturing Company,
Approved April 1t, A. 0. 1S83
. N. R, TIIHTI, V.'OOD, Mayor,
Attest i -l). J, Four, City Clcik.
THE CONTRAST !
While other Halting rowdrrt
are largely athiltrratcd with
A" end other hurtjut drugs,
has been kept unchanged In all
its original purity and Htrength.
The bent evidence of its mfeti
aud eft'retirrnras is the fact of its
ha ling rter.iiud the highest tvtl
moiinM from the most eminent
chew int in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powders that bear
higher chemical testn, nor any
that show so good results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
lt Is a pure Fruit Acid Halting
Powder. Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturer of Lnpulin Yoaat
Gems, Dr. Prioe' Special Flavoring
Extract, and Dr. Price'' Unique
CORNELIUS J, VANDERBILT DIES
BY II 13 OWN HAND.
Nkw Yokk, April 2. Cornelius J. Van
dcrbilt died at 0 o'clock this evening at
tlie Glenham hotel, on Fifth avenue, be
low Twenty -st.cond street, from a - shot
wound through tho head inflicted by
himselt while lttborin,' under great mental
excitement. At tho hotel thcro waa much
excitement. Carriages stood before the
door, and the "office waa filled with visitors,
reporters and idlers. Tho story of tho sui
cide was gotten bit by bit from those who
knew it, and who seemed greatly averse to
furnishing any information. N. B. Ikrry,
the proprietor of the'hotel, said that Cor
nelius J. Yanderbilt had been a boarder in
the house since a week sgo last Friday,
and waa accompanied there by George
Terry, of this city, who was known as Mr.
Vanderbtlt'i traveling companion, an
who had just spent some time with him at
the Hot Springs in Arkansas. Mr. Van-
derbilt and Mr. Terry had rooms 79 and 80,
4a the fifth Iloor of the house, looking out
on Fifth avenue. The rooms were connect
ed. Mr. Vanderbilt selected No.80. Ha was
IN FEEBLE HEALTH
And on Saturday he took to his bed and
remained there all that day and night, and
till he uroso to kill himself. One of tho
fits, of an apoplectic nature, with which he
had often been seized, came on in the after
noon while his companion was in the other
room. Jlr. Vanderbilt must have arwen,
taken His pistol from his pocket or bureau
ann shot himself.
Mr. Terry heard the shot and rushing
into tlie room found Mr. Vanderbilt stretch
ed out on the bed wi:h blood streaming
from a blaeki'ned wound in his left temple.
Tho pistol, a small weapon of tho Smith &
Weesou make and of light calibre, lay on
the bed beside him. He was unconscious
and lay with his eyes closed. Ho was
breathing, but making no other motion
than that accompanying respiration. Mes
sages were sent to tho coroner, to member
of tho Vanderbilt family, Mr. VnndcrbiL's
regular physician and others. Tho dying
received whatever attention and treatment
the keenest solictudo prompted, but he
remained unconscious until his death, which
occurred at C o'clock. At about that timo
Dr. Robert Weir, the family physician nr
rived, but too late to seo tho patient alive.
W. II. Vanderbilt was the first member
of the family who called at tho hotel. , lie
talked with Mr. Terry and looknd for a
moment upon his brother's remains. In
what words he expressed his feeling those
who were present would not say. They re
ported only that ho decided
THE Fl'NEHAL SKKVlClvB
shall bo held at tho church of tho Strangers,
in Mercer street, on .April 4, at a quarter to
0 o'clock in tho morion, that tho IIjv. Dr.
Deens should bo asked to officiate, and that
the interment should be in Hartford, Conn.
Ho said that a special train would convey
tho remains and those invited to accompany
them from tho Grand Central depot at
10 :H0 o'clock on that moruing.
NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Oxford won thu University boat raco
The government semis 2'jO.OOO moro ra
tions to Louisiana.
Tho public debt was diminished sixteen
and a half millions last month.
Couu'h circus hn secured Guiluau's.as-laiHiuution-dny
gmt of clothcs
The new lino of steamships from New
Orleans to Aspinwall will soon be in work
The search for bodies of victims ot the
steamer Golden City disaster has been
abandoned for the present.
The house committee on Mississippi
river improvement have concluded not to
make a trip to the flood region.
Counsel for the prosecution put in their
argument Stturday against the motion to
quash the star-route indictments.
The cabinet is equally divided on the
Chinese bill, but it is supposed the presi
dent sent in his veto Monday.
The senate bill granting right of way
through tho Choctaw and Chickasaw lands
will bo favorably repurtcd to thu house.
There is a Parisian story to the effect
that the crowned heads of Europe are
about to hold a conference with a view io
preserving the peace.
A company of fifty Russian Jews is ex
pected at St. Louis this week, and tho lo
cal relief association is taking steps to
provide them with places.
The state correspondence in regard to
American citizens in British prisons has
brought out the fact that , there aro some
British citizens in American prisons. Per
haps an exchange of prisoners could be
Monday Etesixo, April 3, 1882.
The weather is warm and sultry a fore
taste of what may be looked for during tho
coming summer. The mercury for past
two or three! days has played around in the
neighborhotd of 80 degree?, and fires are,
even at night, entirely dispensed with.
The grain market feels the effect of the
"boom'1 in other cities and is stiff, and
prices are on the upward grade here. There
is a feeling among buyers that tho hay
market has reached its highest point and
there is a hesitancy in conscqucnco about
taking on very heavy stocks.
FLOUR Wo note a . steady market,
without change in prices and pretty evenly
balanced so far as demand and supply is
HAY Quotations aro a shade higher
than last week, but it is the opinion of deal-
ers who study tho market that tho highest
point has been reached, and thia feeling
causes buyers to show a disposition to hold
CORN Tho market is vt ry firm at an
advance, and tho supply is only moderate.
OATS We note an advance of three
cents since last week with a firm market
and a good demand.
BUTTER The market is becoming
stocked with low grades, while choice is
very scarce. Tho demand is active for a
"gilt edged"' articles.
EGGS The market is almost bara and
prices are well euatainei, but tho hot
weather will very likely hnvo a bad effect
and tend to weaken the demand.
TOULTRY Choice ot all kinds is in
uctive request and scarce.
APPLES Very quiet, with small sales
and only for only for the local demand.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices hero given are for sale from
first hands In round lot. An advance I
charged for broken lotstnflillngorders.
30 Various trades, on orders 5 &0S So
-Jin) bhla. Choice A U5
bDl pni"Ut...... 7 50
Mi hhle XX r "0
Mo bills family 5 00
10) bbl choice 0 40
2 car cbolco timothy 21 00
4 car prime " .. 20 ml
1 cars choice red top. 1 B 00
4 car choice mlxud. 18 IK)
4 car gilt edge timothy Si 00
1'J car choice mlicd, in bulk on track 727ji73
4 car choice white In hulk... 81
Hear mixed in sacks, del 78
(I car cho'ce In bulk on track M
Dear mlied In hulk,.. . 54
2 car mixed In sack del 51
No. Sited, tier lilt 1 85
No. MoUliuraauan 1 lis
500 bids Cllv round lots 8 81
8 0 bbl City 3 8"Ji 90
Hound lota 1 1(XM l'-',' ,
3nn pounds strictly choleo Northern roll. 30ft43
pm pounds Southern Illinois roll 15
ViO pounds good northern roll an
IMipo'Mid glltsduud packed 40244
4110 iloiicn.. - 15
V.U0 dotun , 16
Ilvo choice 0 UOll Off
B conpsold linn , I 5
n coops mixed 2 ?tiT)a 11
e oup choke Uuu.hmi.mM. ,. .-.I iilXiil oO'
'ft bill choice ; 3 Ortjl IS1
100 Backa.........w....w,t,M,'.,,, yfy
cVlhnsll. Mlchtgao peach blow 4 so
lot) hhl. teaehblow... , 8 50
200 bush. Early ltoo seed 1 3J
....as... , JO err
SObhls. common.. .....,.,.
30 bbl. choice....
Hairdo .... i
Dresacd , 7ilV,i
Plain bam , ,,,..,n,iiani
8. C. Ham. u
Kt. John it x
Ohio Klver 1 45
5 bushel " is
Orange, choice per bos. .4 OfttM Rt
Lemons choice per bos J 75a V
Peaches, halves antf onarters .4KJ5V4
Apples, bright.; .... Vyu
ChoUe navy 4 2S
Choice medium ......,,.. 4 00
Calf, Ureen , , ..r 10
Dry Flint choice" IMtl-i
Dry Hnlt.t.. ..... Hitl(t
lireen Halt nMn 51
Pheep Pelts, dry 1'u.47
Sheep PUts.creen 50J1 00
Common Lng . i 7Nft. no-
Good lugs a ro(ft 4 00
ow Leaf 4 753 UO
Vertlnm Loaf. 6 sirft n ro
Got Leaf. S 503 8 0
RATK3 OF FREIGHT.
- v Orleans, 15
Vlcksburg M. Viy
Tho eminent physician, J. Marion Sims,
M. D., New York: "I am convinced that
Prof. Darby's Prophylactic FJuid is a moat
For small-pox and other contagious dis
eases us Dr. D irbys Prophylactic Fluid.
Persons waiii ig on the sick should use it
freely. It will prevent Binall-pox, scarlet
fever, diptheria or nny contagious discaso
from spreading, and tho worst cases will
yield to its purifying and cleaning effects.
Tho Prize of Beauty
wnuld never have been awarded to Venus
if her teeth had been yellow. Frail mortal,
unliko the deities a fable, have perishable
tooth, but these they may retain unimpaired
to an advanced age, if they will use Sozo
dont, which keeps the teeth from impuri
ties; which (.destroy them and renders them,
objects of admiration. It is pure, refresh
ing, leaves an agreeable flavor in the mouth,,
aud sweetens the breath.
R ifiuud and educated women will some
times suffer in silence for years from kidney
diseases or consumption and piles, which
could easily bo cured by a package of Kidney-Wort.
There is hardly a woman to
be found that does not at some timo suf
fer from some of tho diseases for which
this great remedy is a specific. It in put
up in liquid and dry forms, equally effi
cient. It is no longer an idle dream of . (mast
ing to aflirm that Fellows' Hypophosphilci,
wherein are united nature's forces, will
strengthen man and mako his lil'o not only
iudurable, but sparkling with rude and
Joyous health. Fellows Hypophosphitei sup
plies tho ingrouionts which constitute
healthy blood, and imparts the tho ele
ments which give vitality.
The Key to Health.
Have you found the koy to perfect health
and strength?, It is Kidney-Wort, tha only
remedy that overcomes at once the inaction
of the kidneys and bowels. It purifies tha
blood by cleansing tho system of foul hu
mors and by giving strength to tho liver,
kidneys and bowels to perform their regu
lar functions. Sea displayed advertise
An Entire Sikcu8.
It has been proved by tho most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclcrtrlc Oil is an
entire success in curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lamo back
uud wounds of every description.
On Thirty Day's Tria,!.
We will send Dr. Dvo's Celebrated Eleco
tro-Viillaiu Helta and other Electric Abidi-
ancesou trial for 80 days to young menr'
ami other nersona afflicted with Nurvoua
Debility, Lost Vitality, tc, guaranteeing,
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ri'i'uuy it uui uiui cuuipiuiu UBioiuimu ui
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
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nr ilifHi-nltio ttnntiirn. anrl manv otliirT
-v - - i -
diseases. Illustartcd pamphlets sent free.,
Address Yvltaio Iklt.Co., , Marshal WairU
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