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aame time durtiis- my llliu-.v. and with double tha
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Djoyed. It the Tusie Iiaa not done the wot. I
lUJOW not what. lirtve It the credit.
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Troy, 0., Jan. 1. ITS. factor Christian. Church.
'Salt by Druggists and General Dealers Everywhwi
Sprains, Burn, ralt, BntUea, Sere
ne. Rheumatism, RnlU, 1 leers Old
boron. Toothache, licndache, store
TUro&t, Asthma, HoarNi nen,
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Childrou. "Wo Una it mout ti!katioua and ai
Cantlon.-POXD'S EXTRACT U sold omy la
bottles with the Imino blown in the rl:u-.
Hifit iauuhiifo In uo otlrnr anl( li s with our
dlmctloiia. IiiHist on having KjNli tj HXTUACT,
befaao all liuiutlotia arid eubntltutuM,
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If OrB New Pami'Hi et witu ITtRTonY or oi b
Riti'AlUTlONS, Bent l'l'.i-K ON AmjCATJOK TO
POND'3 CXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St., Now York.
Amotiz Hie ini'dlelhui meiiii' n urr o'l ill Jin
eane, Hoctutterr htonnuii Hitler- t.tumlp pre owl.
Cuut Jt . choJ tlio flintier priin-hH .f ull dii"or
dw of the Ptomudi. liver Hint lio Aels. rovivcn the
vital aiirna. prevent- ami reiudie- elii.M and
fever, tiicrou-f Hie ucilvity ol Ihe l.!.lne)n, couii
teracte a teiideiicv to r!ieuiuat' n. i.nd if h ifenu
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is It la fo all diaoaaea of tho KIDNSVSi
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tht Mliial Nl.a t..ir..1 it . .U : -l.
- " i-v" iw vivBuim Buuunni; IfUIUU
OtUy tho viotimt ol Xlhountatlum can rutiuo.
- THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the wont forma of thli torrtblo dJaoue
ha been Quiekljr relioveil, in a abort time
aala Inevery partol tho Cunniry. lu bun-
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urou. oioa.ua h uaoourcd whoru all nlo lnul
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v. luufvoinu. iiro oiaiuuaitu rroui
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Am It hjut boon provwi by thotmanda that
i la ttia moat eftootuat remady tor oluanalnir the
II IMUIT -1 all infwlild .
wwd In avory houauhoid aa
Always eunw UllJOUHNt m, (.ONHTII'A
XIOW.PIXES and all I KM ALE Luuuhm,
bputnplnllry ViRrtalilit Koroi, Itillnrniu,
Ooa paRkatrSiif whleh iilIu 0'i'iiou miHtieini,.
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ths 0"Beii!vne thowi iiu canuot nwtiiy pro
par It, ladiMtf';iolli)lrtarvmIIUT7'r)rm.
orr rrorroun ukuuuist. puicK.ti.oo
wri l.H. UlCllllIIISIIt Al'o.. I'ini,'..
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Council Chamber, (
CAino, III.. My 2n1, 1882. ,
QTresttnt Hinjllonor Mayor Tliistluwood,
Aldermt'ii Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hugh
es, Kimbrouffh, McIIato, Pottit, Svtoboda
ami Wotid 9.
Alisi'tit Putier 1,
AUcrmar. Pettit moved that the miDUtcs
of the last rt'ular and. intervening meet
inics be approved without reading.
Ordinance granting license and permis
sion to Messrs. Bell and Halliday to erect
and maintain biiilges or mducts over and
across Coinnicrciul avenue, was read the
Ardnrman llinklo movod to adopt ordi
nance as read.
Motion curried by t'ie following voto:
Ayes-Blako, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Ivinibrotiiih.McIIale, Pettit, Swoboda, mid
Ordinance granting same, permission to
the Singer Manufacturing Co., was read the
Alderman Pettit moved to adopt ordi
Motion carried by the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Ilulliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, McIIale, Pettit, Swoboda and
D. J. Foley, City Comptroller, to whom
was referred report of Thos. Kerth, City
Treasurer for verification, reported same as
On motion of Alderman Halliday re
ceived and filed.
Report of D.J. Foley, City Comptroller
for the month of March, 1882, showing the
expenditures and balances In the several
appropriation funds up to April 30th 1882.
roK WHAT Acer.
Hoard of Ileulth
K I eel I on
u e m
41 J (M
' 63 tH
2 0 Ull
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City liuildtug ,
lfrJIW 0u;13Hi'J N.
UQ U'JHl 40' 0413 M
bU.'j 0,170154 (i3 26i75 lil
On motion of Alderman Wood received
and ordered printed with the proceedings.
Thos. J. Kerth, city treasurer, submitted
monthly report showing amount received
and paid out during month.
Alderman Halliday moved that report
he referred back to treasurer with instruc
tions to place in general fund amount set
abide by him in new installment bond in
terest fund, as in accordance with ordinance
Annual report of Thos J. Kerth, city
treahurer, for the year ending May 1st, 1882 :
from licence" U,H4 15
From tae John Hodne col-
1 ctor warrant for ISM.) 11,800 M
From taxes John IJodirea col
lector warrant for l.l 14. KM) 37
Ktoni Kail road Strip lots tnld 20,4'4 01
Krora flnef A. t'umloift. P.M., $15 IX)
From fluea ,lohu II. KobihBon,
.I P CI 4 50
P.'om flnea i) A. Onliorn, J I'. 144 00 - t,3M 50
From doo tux J. II. Hubltiaon,
in -if hid HI 97
Prom ilon lux L. II. Myurs,
nmr-lml Si 93- 174 40
From ntro.it lux Trabtr Arter,
-treel HUliervlsor tiSO 50
From ItiHtirunce tax 11. Ii.
l audee, acont 3S3 22
From inniiriince tax Wollt Si
Kerih, uL'euts l'8 27 4Jl 49
r nun fpecial Hldewulk tax T.
.1 Kerth, col IWi 65
iTiuii Miiuer v.fj,'. Co., lor loo
foot Hlrlp of ground UK) ()
Kroni nale of old lomber and
brink by X. It. Tbiatlewood,
inayor 48 65
Total roceljiti! .... ,tl7 51
Paid C.eiieriil City Orders,... $12,17(100
' Internul ' .... 45 93
" Kali road Strip Fund Or-
aers 13J75 lf7
" Interest on low IiihUiII-
ment bonis l.'t.T'ifj MJ
Ilitliincc In trotPiiry May 1st,
Total rocolpls durliiK veur. . ..
(iratid Total ' tux la in oo
Total dlaburHuinunts durluc
" '.., H 59, 912 70
llalitnce lu treasury May I, lHlal $ v,(jtl 't
THOMAS J. KBUTll, City Treasurer.
Cu'm, 111 .May Isl.lHW.
Oti tu ition of Alderman Wood referred
to finance coniinitteo for verification.
John Cain, city jailor, submitted report
showing number of days prisoners having
served iu mouth of April.
Ou motion of Alderman Halliday receiv
el and tiled.
U-'ports of J. II. HobiiiHon, J. P., for
reDnuu y mid March, am O. A. Unborn
for April, were submitted,
On motion of Alderman Ulako relerred
to city attorney for verification.
L. II. Myers, city inarbhal, submitted re
port of numbers of arreshi made by po
lice force for month of April. Also report
ed having sold lumber ami implements as
per instructions of council to tho amcunt
of l i:j 15.
On motion of Alderman Pettit received
Mayor Thintluwood reported having re
ceived from marine service of the U. 8.
for the care and, treatmont of mall-pox
patients in city hospital. tl85.
for amount paid assistant to Dr. Carter
t'o uo. luiance fl75 00.
OAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNINtf, MAY 11, 1882-
To which was attached treasurer's rc
ceipt for 175 00.
On motion of Alderman Swoboda re
ceived and filed. k.
The mayor reported the following stand
ing committees for tho ensuing year.
8TKKKT8, 1MIAINAOE AND LEVEE8.
Mayor Thiatlewood, chairman (as per
ordinance) Blake, McIIale, Hinkle, Swo
boda and Pettit.
Pettit, Hughes, and Kimbrough.
Wood, Halliday and McIIale.
Halliday, Blake and Hugees.
"OMCK, JAIL ANO KIHIi DEPAUTMENT.
Hughes, McIInio and Paticr.
IIOAKU OK HEALTH.
Mayor Thiatlewood, Kimbrough, Hinkle,
Wood, Patier and Halliday.
After which tho Mayor read the follow
ing: ANNUAL MESSAGE.
Gentlemen of the City Coiinc'l:
It is a plwasuro to mu in entering upon a
new year in our city government to be as
sociated with so many of you with whom
I have worked during the past year.
' In entering upon a new fiscal year, it
is proper that we should make careful es
timates of our wants and resources. That
we should look back over the past year
and eudenvor to correct any errors or mis
takes which have possibly been mide in
conducting our city government. It is
made my duty to annually give such in
formation and offer such recommendations
as will aid you in the discharge of your
duty in legislating to advance the pros
perity ot our city. ?,
One of the first questions which presents
itself for your consideration is that of tie
levecs surrounding tho city. While it is
not likely we shall soon or ever witness a
repetition of the recent great flood, yet we
should have our levees built to such a
highth and width as would insure a feel
ing of absolute protection. I believe there
will be no trouble in arriving at an under
standing with the Illinois Central railroad
company and the trustees of tho City
Promeity company as to what the grade
should be; and they have expressed a wil
lingness to comply with any reasonable
good that may be adopted by tho city
council. I thiuk fifty three feet above low
water mark may be safely fixed as the
grade of the Ohio levee from Fourteenth
street to the junction of the levees with a
gradual ascent to fifty-five feet for the
Cross levee, and fifty-four feet for the
I would report that Mr. Jeffreys, for tho
Illinois Central railroad company, Col. Tay
lor and the Street committee have already
had a coufeteuce with a view of an ami
cable agifcfcsit iur to any change,' and
that a survey has already been made to de
termine the amount of fill required, and
its probable cost.
A glance at the report of the city treas
urer shows that we have received during
tho fiscal year ending May 1st, 1882 as fol
From tax levee, 1882 fl4,fJ00 K9
" " " 1881 14,850 37
" License 12,141 45
" S-ilo of lots 20,425 01
" Fines 1,384 50
" Dog tai 174 90
" Street tux 080 50
" Insurance tax .". 491 40
" Miscellmioouit 305 30
Total , 05,147 51
Our expenditures have been as follows:
Interest on bonded debt 13,705 50
Filling & imp'ving It It strip.. 13,275 27
Salary of city officers 10,320 00
Streets and drainage 5,)0 00
Sidewalks 5,072 00
Board of health 1,352 90
City juil 1,540 00
Fire department 2,099 20
Gas in Btreet lamps 2,074 34
Printing, and clerk's office .... C23 45
Miscellanous 3,041 04
Total expenditures 59,202 70
In tho items of expenditure some of the
amounts arc for the period of eleven months,
but the total amount represents tho expen
diture lor the fiscal year to which must be
added the amount expended in strengthen
ing New Levee and protecting the city
during the recent high water and for which
anticipation warrants have boon drawn pay
ublo out of tho tux levy of 1882 for tho
amount of twelvu thoinand lour hundred
and twenty live mid twenty one hun
At tbo beginning of tho last lineal year,
we hal Htill outstanding of old city bonds
and one hundred and ono thousand dollars
with overdue interest. During the year fif
teen thousand live hundred dollars has
been funded, together with accrued Mer
est, leaving still outstanding of the princi
pal oighry-fivo thousand llvo hundred dol
lars. Tho finiiueo committee- have been
untiring in their efforts to find out tho
owners of tho outstanding bonds and in
(luco a settlement on the terms of tho
funding scheme, but their efforts Imvo
failed to locate tho owners of many of
them while others are scattered in small
lot throughout tho east. Those bonds be
ing so scattered, will necessarily come in
very slow and probably sumo or thom may
never turn up.
Tho records of the polico di-pa,tm,,i
shows that there lias been a total of four
teen hundred ami ninety one arrests, made
during I ho year, divided as follows, viz:
Disorderly conduct, 504; drunkenness,
420"; vagrancy, 241; larceny, 49; assault
and battery, 20; all other offenses, 185.
F1KKH ANl KIKE DEPAKTM ENT
At the recent very destructive flro of the
Cairo Box Factory, many sections of hone
which had been in use but a very short
time proved entirely worthless and caused
the loss of much valuable timo and great
inconvenience to tho firemen, and whilo
they worked with uutireing zeal aided by
the tugs and the Steamer II. S. McComb,
the lire had made such progress that all
efforts to save the building were futile.
The loss of the factory was a serious one to
tlio city as wo! I as to the owners Messrs.
Bell and Halliday. With this exception
the loss by fire in the city during tho
past year has been very light.
The ordinance fixing the fire limits
would seem to require sonic amendment or
There is a demand for small cotages far
in exccKs of tbo supply. If there shall be
no amendment to the ordinance this same
state of facts will in my opinion continue
to exist. 'We cannot afford to restrict the
erection of buildings, tlflil are so much
seeded as neat residences arc, except where
such buildings will materially increase the
risk on business interests and blocks al
ready erected. 'This matter ought to be
carefully considered and some ordinance
framed that would at least admit the erec
tion of a certain cluss of wooden build
ings in portions of the blocks now included
in the fire limits; and I believe that all
buildings, whether wooden or brick,
should be required to be constructed so as
not to become- ad many do dangerous to
the occupants and to persons living in the
vicinity. No building should be allowed
to be erected within the corporate limits of
the city which is not constructed so as to
bo reasonably safe and secure, not only to
its occupants, but to the buildings and ac-
cupunts on adjacent property.
I suppose the ordinance passed extend
ing to Travcrs Daniels and associates cer
tain privileges has become null and void
by reason of a failure on bis part to com
ply with the terms of said ordinance, but I
learn from him that he is still expecting to
go ahead with the work; and I have had
letters from a gentleman in Moutreal, who
has been asked to take an interest in their
construction, making inquiries about the
city, asking fur maps, ic.
I think the ordinances should be amend
ed so as to provide the appointment of a
city comptroller. It seems to me that his
salary could be saved, and more ly hav
ing some one especially charged to look
after the collection of tho city taxes. The
special assessments more particularly re
quire careful and constant attention, and
are a sourceof annoyance to owners of prop
erty and the city officers. There must bo
a complete record kept of all property
when special assessments are made, show
ing lot, block ehtimatu of commissioners,
and if built by the owner of the property
or the city, and such other information
will avoid the confusion that has always
attended the collection Of revenue by spe
cial assessments. Large portions of the
revenue due the city is annually lost
through irri'guli.tions in making this spe
It is urged by many that the abrasions
of the Mississippi bank at tho upper por
tion of the city has exposed, the Band
bars which run diagionully through the
city, and has a tendency to increase the sipe
water which proved so troublesome during
the lute protracted high water, and that by
cutting theso bins or stratus of Baud near
the base of tho levee and filling with clay
or other soil moro compact than sand that
very much of the water could be kept out
of the city.
This strikes me as being a reasonable
view ami ouu I would couimeud certainly
so far as to make a satisfactory test. The
ridge at DcsKochcrs can be cut ami refilled
with good material at a slight cost: and the
cutting ot that one iidge would almost de
termine tho practicability of the scheme.
HTUKICTH, SIDEWALKS AND DltAINAOE.
I would recommend such appropriations
for the improvement of the streets and
si lownlks as will insure their being kept in
good condition and repair. I believe the
broken lime-stone or macadam will make
for us tho most economical and substantial
streets requiring less repair ami more dura
ble than gravel.
The sidewalks, ninny of them are in bad
condition and will require largo repairs to
put them in safe condition. Home of them
will have to bo reconstructed;
and while I would urge
economy iu tho expenditure of tlie
cities' money, at the same time, we cannot
afford to economize by neglecting our
streets ami sidewalks. t
It is our imperative duty to keep them
iu good repair.
In conclusion, let moindulgu tho hope
that our relatives may continue to bo as
pleai.ant and agreeable during tho present
year as they wero during tho ouu that is
just passed. That our aim shall be to
work in harmony for whatever may teud to
advance the interests of our city.
N. H. Thistle wood, Mayor.
Cairo, May 3, 1882.
COM'LCDitD TO MylUlOW.
If yon fuel dull drowsy, iluhllitnted, liuvo friim.ut
"""'i iiiouiii innies imniy, poor appetite and
miukiiu conn ii, you are suinrlni; nom torpid llmr
or bllloiiMinfs,'' ami mulling will euru you so speed
ily and permanently tin lo tnk'J Hlmiiioiis Liver lie"
ulator or lleil erne.
and bent fiinnlv mer!
Irlne In the world !
for ull dlHeasiiHortho
Liver, Stomach mid
K.-ttuluto tha Liver
t'llll.LH AND PH.
COM I' I, A I NTS,
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JAUNDICE AN II
HAD HI HAT 1 1!
Niitliliiu In so unpleasant, nothiiii; co common 'is
imu oreiiin, niiii in nearly every i Itcotnen lrm
tlio stomach, and run he sovsHlly corrected 11 you
muiiuKun ioiih i.iver lo'tttmiior. wo not lie'
lect so sure a remedy lor this repulslvn disorder.
It wilt also Improve your Appetite, Complexion,
arm uunfriit iiriuin
How man) suffer torture dny nficr iliiy, muKIm!
mu a oiimch una roinotii; exi-lene.i' or all (leasi.ro
uw!ii) to the sorrel Hiiflcrlno Irotii Piles. Vet re
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ly cured thoiHaud. Hiinmoii' Liver Keftiliitor, Is
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waj often to serious d inu'er. It lsijuite
as necessary to remove impure arcunm
lutlons Ir in Hie bowels as t Is to out or
sleep uuil no health ran be expected
w here a costive habit of boily prevails
This distressing affliction irrurs most frequently
The disturbance ol Ihe sionini h. itilsioK from the
Imperfectly digested contents, cause a severe pa in
lu the head, nrcon untiled with disuirn eblo nausea.
and this constitutes whut Is popularly known as
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lish remedy, An
titilallliiK cure lor
polencv anil all
diseases thai I'olow
lis a su(iiunc
of self utilise; asj
ijoiore laamg";;.vr-a ass ,mmAft(Jr j . .
dimness of vision, premattirn old 'ajjo, and many
other diseases that lead to insunltv, constitnptiou
or prmnature Rrave,
IIFiill panicultirs In nur pamphlet, which wo
duslrii to send free, bv mall to evarvone. IfrT'ha
Hpucllle Mudle.lne Is sold bvnll tiro o-lwt i at f I tier
liackaife, or six packaue for $5, or will Imsimt true
bv mull on receipt of tlie mohev, bv injilresslni'.
T11H OltAY MEDICINE CO.,
Iliirrai), N. Y.
On ae.CiMiiil of counterfeits, wj l ave adopted tlio
Yellow Wruppur; ttiu only ciihiilnu. Utmiunteea
oi cure iKtiinu
HnlillnCiilroby P. (I. SCIItJM.
WIioIchuIu Agents, Motrisoti, Plumber i Co
I V -!. Y
n m it i rr 1
PJ f" W P r s a A
CitrcJ my licle flrl of liu. She vm also deaf and
dninli. but li c'lii ii h r Sin- can now i tik sn.i i-ai at
well as anybody. 1'tlxn Itota, hinlnnwaier, Wla,
Uos been the tueann of cnrlr.n my wife of rVamaMam. '
J. It Kuan nan. Fort Ci.ldn. Col.
NAM A It IT A. MltVIVF.
Made a sure cure of a ruse nf nts fer my nn.
K II. I! vi.i.h, lpattavllle, Kan.
Cured m ut tnl'. n ur ii tia ni-l at. k le a.lach.
Mr. 111. II us -..l Auruia, III.
N1U.I IHTA KHVIR
Wa the mennitif curlna my wlfi- of spisiru.
liav, J. A. Km. Ikaviir. Pat
' slAHAUITAM NKKVIXC
Tsred ms of asthma, afor i(.inl!nir ov.t tirm wlta
other Socio,-. . H. lf )i:oi, New A:iisny, Iuil
Effectually cured me of siwins.
SI in lavs-IB Wnriti,
1W':tt Van Hun n St. L'hlcau, IX
Curcl our child of Miji after Blvn up to die by oar
faintly physician. It hivlnu.iv. r In H hour.
llB).r K-dtx Vervtlla, Warren Co.. Ti;na
HAS tlUTA XERVISE
Cured me of scrofula sff rinff. rfn for r Vht ysara.
Amtar SiHfDoN. Peoria, IU.
Card my t..,n uf fl!4, after ind!ii rij wtthothff
doctor. J. W. Tii .umum. C.alti-jru, Xllia,
Cord ms B.Ttn.own'ly rif 'rplli-ptlc n of a stubborn
Character. Lav W MiBti.-i.Mcci.suKeowu.iid.
SAM A KIT AM .1 tit VIVE
Cured my ton of n. nfter htvinchaJ 2,M.i to r !;)itcco
Uluuili. Mm. E. Fossa, Wrat Putsdain, N. V.
Cured me of epllerwy of nlns years- utandlng.
Oraoby. Newton Co , Ma.
IIa permanently cureil ins of et'lwp'y of many ytt
duration. J..ms SL-iaa, t Joseph, Mu
Cured me of brunchlti. athn r4 n'ral drMltty.
OLivsa Mraiis, Iruuton, Ohio.
flu ronil ni ot aailniia; seroful of many yar
uti'lla- l.u Jixgi.L Lovlniuu, Ry.
si A I A KIT A MFItVIXE
Curd ms of flis. Ilsfe ts,-n wu f ir over four ysani.
CnaiaKs K Claris. ik:. O oik: o.. i o. iiiua.
Cuftd a f'knd uf mine le. hvi ,v; ; very badly
Mu tual. Oi.o:ti. Itlilway, pa
nil it it a si srnviE
uu iHniincutif i sr-t in, di ,.pj, pur e,.
Oaviii IssKiar. im M-.in'." low.
Cured my wife f rpn i of r, y. r, antm
llasat CLaw FairfleiJ. Mlclt
Curtd my il. uf a U' rv.ei- di-. ..f th -1.. .!
E lianua. Nor.h Hvp,, p.
nam kita vritviisr
Cim-,1 mv son ol fl.s. lie has not hvl a utf-irahoul
four yr. Jons in,
Wo-jJIiuiU Miceuila Co., LU.
SA3IAHITAN N Kit VINE
ii ton sti r.
HY AIA; DRUGGISTS
Ormayts" bad dln-ct frm u. F .r further Inform
lion lni:lo ump fur our lllmiraod Jv.irual ntylui
evldLUiAJ of nir-s. AddreM
Ull. U. A. KH miovo A CO.,
Wurli't Epi'e'ptlc lattu(,
8T. JOSSPM, MO
. HAVE BCEN IMITATED,
And their osco'llor.t roputation in
Jurod by wort hlcHs imitations. Tho
Public nro cautioned ngainst buy
ing Plastors hnving nimilar sound
ing namoa. Sco that tho word
C-A P C INE id correctly spollod,
Are tho only improvement over
mado in Plasters.
Ono is worth moro than a dozoa
of any other kind.
Will positively euro whoro othor
romodios will not ovon roliovo.
Prico 25 conts.
Ecwaro of choap Plasters modo
with lead poisons.
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