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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30. 1882.
l( CARS NOUlIt II
r 4 waribakinqpowdeioJ
r A jrMMBnUNOT0RI5r
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
Ifftlumijf any injurious subsuuicos cuu bo found
In Andrews' Pcnrl Baking l'owdcr. Is is
tivcly RE. Jii'ltiR omlon-ivl, nml testimonials
nvolvej. lrm tudi chemists bS. liana llnys, bos.
urn; M. liclufimuiliio, of Chicago; anil Gustuvui
Boilt), Milwaukee. Never aY;d in bulk.
C. R. ANDREWS & CO.
." iiulnttdn At. 2M. . & -vi E. Watvr
Kvt ry Cora.'t U wnrriuit: d suiis
fuot.ny to Ita wenroi- in every vny,
or the iiicnoy will bo r t nnli .l kv
tlit pereou from whom it w us bun; 'lit.
TtieenlvCurt pmnour.cwl l.r o'ir Ira ill it' li'M:M
not Injurlima I" the wearer, nncli ni'"il I'.v Lure a
the "mi.lc mforuWi) mid pufiil littiin t'oixl evt.r
"" riU(rs,t,y Mail. Fe.tiiKO Fi.ldl
Health Prvwrvlnc. l.io. N.-ir.A'liu.tlnff. t .f.O
Abdomliiul (etra hemy) 8.ll. Nuraluic, l.f0
Health rrrprli'B 'tine rnutlli .0l. Foragou
Fnr.nle by li-mlltie Hifiill H.-uUra everywhere
CHICAGO tOJUoliT C'U., t liloiiuo, JUL
In a preparntln) nf Prnioxlda of Iron, TViuvlan
Vmrk ami too Phoapliatex, associated Willi the
Vegetable A romatlrs. Kndoraed liy the Medical
Profession, ami recommended by them for lya
icplu. fMpnrrnl IM-Mlllr, i cmalr Ile
hioii, Wantol' Vllulll.T, ervua l'ro.
trntlon, (iininlorriii'i' frmu tvera
ml tlironlc Clitlle nnrl F '!-. Itaervei
every purpose where a iuSic Is ueceaaary.
Manafactarei The Dr. IhrliT Medicine Co., SLlouk
The following la on of tho very many teatlmo
Dials we are receiving daily!
CraOmwi: Stilne tlirre innnlhn RRO I bepm the
line of I'll. II Mtriiit'H Ik'i.n i v ii iiiiou the ad
Vice of iiiiiiiy frluiiila who km w IIh vlrluva. I wa
liifltTlliKlroiu ptMivml Jrlilllly t t'H-h nil cxti'iil
that uiy labor w n exceed I ii:lv hiinlciisumt tome.
A vacation of a month did cut pi ve me much re
lief, lint on tlio contrary, aa followed by In.
crefd prostiatlon and alnkln chills. Al thla
time 1 lufrnn tlio use of youi Inns Tonic, from
which 1 icullzed almot liniiiidlatc and wonderful
remits. TheoMciicriry reiurneil and 1 found that
my natural force waa not ri'iniaiicntly almled.
have used three botilesof tlielosic. blnce unlnij
U 1 lif ve done twice the luhor that 1 ever did In the
tame time during uiy lllueo. and with double the
rase. With thu tiNiiiiill nerve ami viirororbody,
b come alo a cleanieia of thought never before
Sujoyed. If the Tonic haa not dona Ue work, 1
now not what. 1 jilve It tlie credit.
Mut gral fullv yoiii-f.
J. r. WaIsOV,
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 1678. jpanWr turiaUaa Cburoh.
Sale bj Drulsts and General Dealers Everywtiort
HE GREAT CURE
A It la for all the painful dueaaei of the
KIDNEYS, LIVCR AND DOWELS.
It oleanse tlio f vo'"i of thn acrid noloon
that cauaea tlio dreadful aoOoriiitr which
onl the vlotitca of IvlinuiaaUant can realm.
THOUSANDS 0? CASCS
of the wont lornia of thia U'tTiblo diaoaae
have lioen quickly rcllered, nqd lnahort time
pnire, ft. i.tininon hut, mid nv Uttt-fioiST
It- Jirrenn it rent Praia I.
A BOON TO MEN!
A.i inuii w lit flu-u ui. .ftlou, tiM iira or omr rnt-tai
rll, nniiTr 1, tt ivintt'l, i)i' ftlly ilrtlliM ud m.ii. In i
Mi1oiin tltn'fitiuilr t'ropil)'l rnu U ovitnlnly ul ifiiM
wnttv fitrH. wiLimtil uf mrli tn9itl'''iir, Fn loi hy in-i,
luialltt I Im .r Tttt MHirat H'rltty Hy ( ' T io i) ii'tn
ll wbuliy n (i I I Hli ill 111 Ml OH IMI.I
Cva bH ir rir iur( ul I'ltuin r-ctornllun to lull
fttd pfrfcrl in Imtt4. MinpU, rTctivV'Uttiilyl pli'Mntit,
fi-inf ii-r t - vitt'.f , v -iMttif etf with ihvtlcin frmi. i'MM
TUK NAHHlOi Ui.yi.UV (0., tutt fuUou Jtmt, Kif Vrlu
A fuvrlte uriM-rlnllnn nf nn (if lh
montnotwl itud uccel'ul p i"'cita In Oim V. ,
mow re u red lor the cure of .Verona Itrhllity,
Jif .M"'iooil, lfA'iieaand itvruu, h-iii
Uiplaiutu-.. -uwiupi'rre, in iJKKlaiauu till lu
Addren DR. WARD & CO., Loultiana. Mo.
HrnkiifM, nnrrlitri, yuhlllilo ,ui Mrrrurlul
aiTxellaNa iM-rlully Irtalril uii l.imflq rriiKl.M,
h ! mul tun inuMi".. i n or m tur l.li ol Ouw
llwi U lio m.rnl by tliiw l.,rii irrntuinul In Irnfl.
IVrxm.uarnni irum lluvmrr h..ull itud llirlr vtilrrwA
ut trum iIiIm t Ihrlr danl.,. 111. mil atrvM. J
AadrM, lilt. Ill Tin, I ll. Mil, au, ku UK I,
IClAIIUhllLI "VKU TUIUTV VtAUM.
HAHHI8 REMEDY CC..riiL
I th.lt nan, alnioif
- ' r- r luitiua aiutiib). BM.
ij wju rnriiiiiuj iniril.
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'tElii!"'.?'''' ' t'"Jo ' ei"
ill 1 ?t
i)Mla Da W
Will ,'rlrnw In outin. ... a n Itluoif, aiT enit
( -'"- V. Pf'.0f.HARhl8 PASTILLE RlMtO?
Courtship Among the Zunls,
Writing of lifo Hinon tho Zuni Ia
dians, Frnnk II. Cusliinjr, of tlio Smith
Roninn institute, Hays: Tlmro woro two
unmnrriml mcniburs of tho house; it
nephew nnd nil mloptoil girl. Tho
nephew wrts nn owr-grown, lieaTy
faced, thick-lipped, jullow-liiiivod, bluo
cved blondo, a pueiuieu of tho tribal
albinism, a dandy nnd tho darling of
tho white-haired "Old Ten." One day,
after I had presented tho latter witli
pane of ruined negative glass, sho von
turod to compnro her favorite with mo.
My tlattering acknowledgments of this
compliment mado decided winnings of
tho old woman's hitherto restrained af
fections. Tho governor spared this
youth no more than the others. With
characteristic irony, ho called him "Tlio
Family Milkninn," or "Tho Night
Bird,'' tho latter term referring to his
eyes, "which." tho governor usually
addded, "wiggled liko those of an owl
in strong sunlight," Tho maiden was
jolly, pretty, and comiettish the bollo
of "Riversfde street." Her lovers were
many, but soon, of tho long row who
w.dted under tho moonlit eaves, only
ono was admitted tho governor's
younger brother, my sympathetic
friend., Thcro was but ono room in tho
house in which tho two could hope to
bo left to themselves mine. Here they
came night after night. They paid no
attention to tho lonely Me-lik in his
hammock, but sat opposite in the dark
ness on the low ndoho bench, hour after
hour, stroking each othor's hands, gig
gling and cooing in low tones, just, like
so many of my own people of the same
age, only in a different language. An
occasional smack, followed by feminine
indiguittinn, taught me tho meaning of
"Stop that!" in Zuni, and tho peculiari
ties of tho Pueblo kiss. If the blissful
pair remained too late, tho slab-door
would rumblo on its wooden hinges,
and the governor, preceded by a lighted
torch of cedar splints, would stalk in,
and, as near as I could make out, rate
the young man soundly for his want of
respect to the Washingtona Mc-U-kanu,
whereupon the pair would vanish, the
maiden giggling and tho young man
Feats of an Athlete.
Abnor C. Mcllrath, who kept a fa
mous hotel for thirty-six years six miles
from Cleveland on Euclid avenue, has
been gathered to his stalwart fathers.
Ho was a mighty fox hunter and a re
markable nthlele. Six feet six inches
and a half tall, his avcrago weight was
about 26 i pounds, but yet ho is said to
have frequently on foot run down foxes.
Ho once lifted with his hands from the
ground an iron shaft weighing l,7o0
pounds, which would be equal to lifting
double that weight were ho harnessed
with straps to weights and allowed to
lift uuder the bust advantage. Two
men would hold a htring two inches
above his head, and he would step
back two or three steps and jump over
it without I'.i'r' ;iig it, making the leap
about six feet nine inches in height.
He lias been known, rather than to lend
his horses around to the other side of
the barn, to put his long arms under a
horse ami lift it up to tin; lloor of the
barn, which happened to lie three or
four feet above the ground. In Buffalo
ho once wrestled with and threw with
case Charlie Freeman, the "American
"iant," who afterward in England de
feated the "Tipton Slasher" in a prize
tight. Another feut of tho old tavern
keeper was his chase on horseback of a
fox one December over frozen Lake
Erie far from sight of laud. He lived
to the age of seventy years, having
been a paralytic for tho last four years
of life as a result of exposure during a
fox hunt. He was borne to his grave
Saturdav bv siv of his tall nous, four of
whom ;ne ix feet four and a half inch
es hiirli and tho other two ju.st six feet,
and whose combined weight is 1 ,3t.o
BufciuoBs Was Too Dull to Be Religious.
"I vas sliust dalk'mg to Philip Fried
ander a littlo vilo ago, Misder Hotlen-
steiu," said Herman, as he entered tho
More, "und dells me dot his fader vants
to know vy you don't come any more
around to do synagogue.
" oil, vy don t you say dot pismess
vas too dull. How can I be relicfious,
you know, von I don't make any prolit
und lose moueyr Leon li loo men burg,
vat borrows vou doiisand dollars from
from me, goes lastveek und died mil do
measles, und I von't get nnyding back.
Eferv time I lend money to a man ho
lies right away on niv hands. Derevas
Max llornberger, across de street, vat
is selling dose doo-skm jeans bants at
seveuty-livo cents, ven dey cost me vou
dollar laid at the depot down. Ho vas
daking all my trade away, und I can't
vaste any time, y ou know, Herman, at
de sviia'-oiriie. M v trr-r-noious, disvould
be a nice vond if you vouldn t alvays
liat soiuedintr dakinrr blace vat tins vou
drouble. If dero is any truth in dis pis
enes ahoud de dransmiirration uf souls.
den 1 vant to go into n billy-goat ven I
"Vy, Misder Ilofl'ensteinP"
"Becnuso, Herman, a billv-iroat leads
do most economicalist und dn happiest
life uf any animal in the vorld. Ho
don't haf anyding to do but eat baper
urn luitt. Alvodfrent lii 1 Jackson.
vol used to i in Vicksburg, said dot
veil ho died ho vautod to bo a mule, und
haf it chanco to kick do blutlinj; oud uf
some heople vot ho knows. If I vas a
niulo afder 1 die, den llermau vou can
shust bet I vill tlx Max llornberger.1'
v. (, I una-Democrat.
A Mexican lather.
Au incident illustrating Mexican
character is rotated by an exchange. It
appears tint a Senator of ono of tho
Mexican States, a successful stocic
raiser, in the primo of lifo, sold his sheep
and gummed away tlie proceeds ot tlie
sale before ho returned to his homo, am
in addition gambled himself into a debt
to thu amount of -'0,1)1)1). Like a dull
fill son ho confessud his guilt to his old
lather, who promptly gave him a sount
thrashing and ul'tcrward went to tlio
town ami paid tlie .J0,()iKJ obligation.
The London Tinus savs that; Iho lato
Hans Anderson was in perpetual fear of
being buried alive, so that, when ho
went to bed al night, ho always placed
by bis bedside a pieuo of paper, on
which was written: "I am only aiumr-
entlydead." How Mr. Andeivoii ciimo
to put this Kentucky custom to anew
ue is not Hated.
Advice to Consumpt ves.
Ou the rippimninco of thu first symptums,
as 'eiicnil debility, loss d upputite, pallor,
chilly scnsiitiniiH, tollowcd by night sweiits
end coujjh, prompt moasures of relief
should bo taken. Consumption is scrofulous
disease of the I iinys; therefore use tho (.'rest
anti-scrofula or blood ptinilcraud strength
restorer, Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis
covery." Superior to cod liver oil ns a nu
tritive, and UQSurpnfsed as a pectoral. For
weak hint's spitting of blood, and
kiudrpd sffections, it has no t-qual. Sold
by drugL'ibts. For Dr. Pierce's treatise on
Consumption send two stamps. World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buftalo,
Peaceful Rivalry on the Pacific Coast.
Iu his speech at the civic banquet
tendered him iu Victoria, tho Marquis
of Lome, (iovernor General of Canada,
said: "Pride iu national feeling has
made the country strain ovorv nerve to
bind still further with the sentiment of
cniitidcnoo I Ho unity ol tho Lonfedera
tion. Where is now the old talk o
used to hear from a few of tho f tint -hearted
of a change iu destinv or of an
nexation? It does not. exist. To bo sure,
hero I have heard some vague terror ex
pressed, but it is a terror which 1 have
heard expressed rtmong our friends on
the American l'acitie slope also, and it
is to the effect that annexation must
soon take place to the Celestial Empire.
Great laughter. Well, gentlemen, I
fully sympathize, w ith this fear. None
of us like to die before our time, but I
will suggest to you, from the healthy
tiirns and vitality I see around rue, that
your time has not vet comeo Your ob
ject now is to liv,aud for that purpose
to get your enterprises and railways as
part of your assets. Applause. The
rest will follow in time, but at the pres
ent moment we must concern ourselves
with political politics. Let us look bo
yond this island, and beyond even
the most difficult mountains, and see
what our neighbors and friends to the
south are about. An army of workmen
exactly double, that now employed in
this Province are driving with a speed
that seems wonderful a railway through
to the coast. In another year or two a
large traffic, encouraged by tho compe
tition in freights between it, tho Central
and Southern Pacific, will have been ac
quired. You are, by tho very nature of
things, heavily handicapped here, and a
trade, as you know, once established is
not easily' rivaled. Take care that you
are in the market for this competition
at as early a date as possible. When
you are as rich as California, and havo
as many public works as Queensland, it
may be time to consider y our position.
Protection from MaUrla.
Tho preventive is tlio l'ar-1'anied southern
remedy, Siuminub Liver lh guiator, a purely
vcgeUblo touic, cutlmrtiC and alterative.
It acts more piumptly in curing all forms
if nialiiiiid disc'ises than calomel or qui-
nitK', without nny of tlie injuiious conse
quences which follow their use. Take 'he
Regulator and it will keep your liver, bow
els sud kidneys iu perfect order, and you
wul never h ive an experimental knowledge
of the nieatiicg of the word mtlam.
Foil Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint vou
have h printed guarantee uu every buttle
ofshiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to
Mr. J. Vandkhvees, Diuggistp, Grand
Haven, Mich. I can safely recommend
Ely's Cream Halm for the cure of Citanh,
(-'old in 1 1 iu Head, &ft. Before I have used
the first buttle I puichased of,ou I liud
nnself cured. At times I could pcrce'y
smell anything and hid a headachi most
of the time. Henry Lilv, Atfont for the
American Express C ., Grand II i ven, Mich.
Why continue the use -it' remedies that
only telii ve, when Ely's Cream Balm, pleat,
ant of application and a ture cure fur Ca
tarrh. Hay Fever and Cold in head, can
be had for 50 cents? Apply iuto nostrils
with little fiiujer.
i'-Li,.tlo thanks are due to him who
only gives away what is of no use to him
self." The thanks of invalids tho world
over are being showered on the inventor ot
t.-:,i ti... t ..:..! . i i.i. -ii
muuuy t oi r, tor u is jjiviuj ucniiu in nil.
Kidne -NVort moves t he bowls regularly,
cleanses tho blood, a id radically cures,
kidney disease, gravel, piles, bilious hend
ache nd pains which Hte caused by dis
ordered liver ntid kidneys. Thuusnnds
havo been cured why should you not try
T N V E S T 0 R S
Dealrlne Ftr tclaaa
Paying Stock rr Itonda yliMing
1 K. FjIK L b.M. Fer annum, and over,
mrty oMalr, full pirticulnM. with nutlHiVtory r r r
i nccs and tiMMmnnirila, b mtdr!itrluiT 11. lil-AlS-
OKI. la. KhiM AM. 4 3 Coiinro.-n St., Boston, 31hs.
Mention thin puuor.
JSuimImu tu uu wtfrl" i'Miml 'w ii ' "in
Hi ire Kyi'i. M'TiMirlitl DlN'-ai, ( a'trrli l.onn or
Apiit!i. It-mult i;uinKtitiH, una at. 11 it. on
) Mvm it, It inn er fniU. All di 'iBk'lt- ar.i.
counirj I'nri' ln't'iu-r !! tt. II. K. Hrllrn
INJECTION , la npoalliv cure for all l)li!c!ir.rifea.
BtliiitliiK, Snmrtlr if unit PaltifiU Bvuhutiona ol the
fftl OTi P1" bottle. Foraiilsbyalldrutc.
' V-prietr. 01 a -nf. Iiv Kxvrean on ic.
ciTpfTif price, JOHN P. PA UK H0N.S,
l?fnnd t77bycuinoreat CINCINNATI
OHIO. I'lofUMtinouUou tblapupor. U
limit for chin. cob to Increaao
their euinlnira, and In tltuo
becmiiii weadby J Ihoae who
do not linnrovu ill dr onin r.
tunlllea remain In poverty,
w 11 offur a ircnt cliance to ninko monoy. W'o want
many men, anrann, bova und cirla to work lor lie
rlKht in diulr own loralltlea Any ono i nn do tlio
work properly from tho Ural auirt. 1 ho btta nea
will pay mere th mi ton tlmua ordinary wagon Ex'
peuiveoulll furtiiiiliad free, No mio who cpml'Ob
lai m to niHl.'o moticy rap ittv, You ran (lev, to
your whole nm in thu work, or onlv your apa o
niotneiita. Ku'l Inforneition and al t "at la ne.'dnd
eem free, ArMiuaa SriNSOJJ A C(J. Portland. Mo.
The renul ii antitiul momimj or tho atocklioniHt
or tlm Clly NntHiniil Hink, of Cairo, for tho i tir
poau ofaelootlnif tuvut) dlrnrtora, wMl bo held al the
offlc.oolB.ldbsnk, Intiilai'ltv, nnTitoailnv, JantiH.
rymh.iss:). I'oUa opuu at i o'clock a. m. and
cloae nt 4 o'cloik p. m. nf aa d day.
Id. TH08.W UALlltoAY, CaaliW.
ChillN and Fever.
8tmnion Liver Rcga
laior toon breaks the
chill and carrloe the
fever out ol the evetein.
ll curat when all other'
V t the roller and cure
of thia dlatreain die
ease ubo Himmoua Liv
The Reenlator will poaltitly cure thia U.rltilo
dUeuno. Wo anaert emphatically 'Vhat wo know to
abould not bo regarded aa a trifling ailment. Na
ture domuuila the titnioal regularity of the bowela.
Thurufiire asxlvt nature by taking Hinimotia Liver
Henulator, It la narmloee, mild and cfluctiial.
Ono or two tatilcfponnfuia will relieve all the
trotihloa incident to a hllinua atate, ancb aa Mauaea
Dizziness, l)riKlin-e, Umtrese alter eating, a bit
lor bad I a.-to in the mouth.
Pcranne may avoid all altai ke by occaalonall)
Hiking a dope nf Mmmona Liver Ke(ulator to keep
the liver Id healthy action.
BAD Bit 10 ATI I!
t'onerally arlinu fr ni a (tiaonlereil atomacb, cat
ho iorrucitd bv taking Simmon Liver Hotfiilator.
"tinmen Liver Heittilat raoon erndlcatea thl dla
eiiBv from tne (4niciu, leaving the rklu clear and
Iree from all liiipurltiee
Children aufforlntf with colic aoon experience ro
linl when fjiuimouH Llvtr Keuulntor i ailmlniattr
ed. A'lul'.a also derive great beni llt from thl
incdlclnu. It in Lot unplt'iicHiit; ll la baimloea
nnd eliVctivo. Finely vejji tabla.
B LADDER & KIDNEYS
Most of ihe dUeiiHOsol the bladder orlulnute from
thofe ol me kidneys. Kealore the Hctlon of the
liver lull und both luo kiduejg and bladder will
i$F Take ontv th e-mulnw, which alwaya haa on
: lie wrnper the red 2 trade mark and alunaturo ol
For sale by nil drn?tete.
m v A week made at home by h Indna-
' L ItrlotiH. beat one uob now hefi re (be
nb ic. ( apitul not needed. We
will t-turt vou Mi n. women, bo. a
and clrli wanted evcrywheieio work
lor ua now the tlmo You can
work lu apro time, or five your whole tluio to the
bua ne-a. Mo other bu-iue n will ay you nearly
a well N"o nt ecau fail to in aso onormon ay,
by lUirBjreliiat once. Con ly i.n'fitand t;rm free
.Monev made fast, eaully, and hotiurably. Addreaa
'l ltl'K tO., aiikiWh, maine.
The la'eat, beat and cheapott weekly In thewotld
(NASBY'S PAPER )
S1.00 A YEAR TO EVERYBODY
AXO A FHEE COPY FUR EVERY CLUB of TEN
The beat aiorlea, tho b -at bonaebold. newt and
aiilcultioal depai trueuia, iheb aichlldren'e read
lng, tee be-i reltiiioua department Naaby'a Euro
pean lettera, I'orr apjtid 'nco tro'n the whole out
ai ewnrld, and c:orcH of 'peclaUiei too nam r
on ii to men ton. In hrt the heat paper published
Bp'ag a. 64 Iouk columna. and all for One DolUr
)( Hr, poettigu aid. Spucimen free to any ad
drene. Sm d ap inut, BLADR CO. Toledo, O.
MONKY MAK1VO.-A tabnlated
atatetauiit aMowinir how f; realized $174 In
iiiree d ye rtly-$J .'0.1 in one year at aan rate,
by hinhl lucrative EnI'h Svateni of Turf Secu-l'itl.-n.
Mho p irticiKH of liow each leader ran
teat tho truth of tho above hyate'i atic InveM
imiiits cnti .tict d ai the cotnitiR savannah and Nuw
nr rutiK Ka-eo, jnckw voiiiita, etc Front re
tii'iie.l weekly, with cbiri of ll percent, from
vt'lniiinca. Bcttltn on E"Bih I'fhv. the ureat
nt s y ar old race in ihe world . tso will reallae
$ ,( 0 'With -win. Se,,d alaiup lor our Raciug
Guide K CIIAKDSON&CU .lliito lii W'aihln
ton St , l lilcaio. 111.
J irrWou tvre.
PR. K LINE'S GHtAT
Vjy NcnvE Restorer
.id Inui.i and Ncaa
aM. oxlv m k ri'i.K rnii PKtrrtArrtO
nn j.Kiis.Krii Rrsr.e:c I M A 1.1,1 HI. K It liken
f 'i ii dirtci.d. thUnfirr IriM-iy . tu. TreatiM k
Mifl . trial unuie iru. mini w.,uiry p.. in . .pr.,
6 S.;liiri'.nn hi.i.nhtn rectliwl. Hind naniu.P O.aDl
8.. t , - ..V:. i .t
Iiipro" iinp'uaiamirtMto iir.hi.iih t.Mi A ma
Sul'bilS- tnltrwsuL Brmm 9 aVawb.
TO CARD COLLECTORS.
"THE FROLIC OP THE FROGS."
, Six oriuinal d 'ak'tii, Juat out, very funny, will be
' aent to any addreaa ou receipt of 8 certain aiampa.
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