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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORVIXij, JJOVRMBER i, ssj.
The Daily Bulletin.
A pouerful jireparaliou coin
rosed mostly of Essential Oili
The most pcnetratfnif Liniment
'P.Ofk aa nt!
has gained an enviable
OFFICE: NO. 7 OHIO LKVEE.
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known, displacing til
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ind almost Instantly RKLIIwh Ami Tr,V?l"7.Z!'R?n
01 nor preparation)!. An
artlcla of undoubted
OFPICIAL PAPKR OP ALKXANUER COUNTV
'Z ,BhkVor 'ert7,PV.,ro'efr"cU of any ktaTf I
nas wo equal ror tho Cnre) of Rhnmatlm.
fcVIKKKU AT 1IIK CAIRO I'OaToKHICK KOK
lltANHMIBHION TIIHOI'OII TIIK MAII.H AT
SECOND CIJ18S KATES.
- ' TaMIM MM. IA X Tr7rlt
! NOT A
LIQUID OK SNL'FP
HAY" FEVER, aw' l!,e aner
1 """"lAlnto the nostril.
Wteii absorbed it effectually cleanses the naaal
or vinie causing healthy secretions
It allays ir flammaiiou, protect th mom
branul II' Inge of the head from addiiloual
cold, completely heal' the s res and restore ttie
sense of tame and (mull. Ikmtlkial results am
realized ny a rew application.
A THOKOCOH THKATM KT WII.l. fl llE
Cnequalcd forCold In the IJead, Headache and
ucaiueia, or anv kind of mucous monitfranal Irrltv
lion. Sena for circular. Ky mall, prepaid 50 c
a package stamps received, bold by all whole-
aaie anil retail drugL'Isti..
Kl.Y,SCKEAMBALMCO..Owcso. N. T
TTEAR tills, nil vn nnnnlu anil
I 1 1 ..... 6mi woi
-all ye invalids of the world, Hop Bitters
wm mK8 you wen and to njoice.
2. It shall cue all the people and put
Sickni'bH ami mitfWinrr llnrW 1'i.nf
i. Bo thuu uot afraid when your family
is sick, or you uve urium s niseaheor Liver
v,. .-.1 t- 11 ,.. .
vuuiiitiiH, ior nop jiitters win cure you
4. iwtu low hii'1 nieh, rich and poor
Know me value ot Hop Bitters for bullous,
nervuM and Kheunutic complaint.
5. Cleanse me with Hop Bitters and I
shall have robust an J blooming health.
0. Add dinfjtse upon disease and let the
worst come, 1 am sate it I use H"p Bitters.
7. For all uv life havn I hppn nlAo-ueil
with sickne9 and sores, and not until ayenr
ao was 1 cure.i, uy Hop liittcrs.
8. IJo that kecpeth his bones from ach
ing from Rheumatism and Neuralgia, with
uop miters, aoetn wisely.
U. Though thou hast sores, pimples,
freckles, slt rheum, cm i m l as. blond noi-
Boniiii,', yet II ip Bitters will remove thtm
10. Whtt woman is there, feeble and
sick from ((.-male complaints, who desireth
not health ami useth Hop Bitters and is
11. let not ne'N-ct to use Hop Bitters
frinx on serious Kidney and Liver com
12. Keep the tniu- from beini furred,
iny hiooii pure, and thy stomach from
indirection bv usir.i? Hn Hitter.
r CI I
13. AH my pains and aches and disease
ffo line ciisii fn'iore the wind when I use
14. Mark the tmn who was nearly dead
ami eiven up by the doctor, after usin:
Hop Bitters Ix-cometh well.
IV Ocuso fr.im unrrvinir nhrillt nMrvrma
dps, seneral debility, and urinary trouble,
ior Hop Hitter will restore you.
r and MALARIA.
From these sources artae thrre fourths of
the Uiseasea of tiio human moo. Thmo
ayuiptotns Indicate incur azMtenc : lxtaa of
Appetite, Uowcle costive, blck Head.
cbr, rullneaa after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or in lad, Eractatlon
of food, Irritability of temper, JUw
ptrtta, A reellnB of having neglected
some dnty, JMiiiness, Fluttering at the
Heart, Iota before the eye, highly col
ored rrlne, CONSTIPATION, and de
mand the us of a remedy that acts directly
ontheLivor. AsaLlvcr medloinp TTTT'S
HI L.L8 navn no equal. Their action on tho
Kidneys ami skin Is also prompt; reuiovlni
all impurities through these throe " rav
engers of the system," producing appe
tite, sound digestion, regular atnnla, r c-lenr
skinand a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S PILLS
eauie no nausea or Kriplng nor Interfere
with dally work and nre a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Iir. FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN.
"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two yours, and have trlnd ton different
kinds of pills, and TL'TT'S) ars the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nioefy. My appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passages. I fuel like a new
man." W. b. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
BoldeTcrTwhere.aHc. Office, 44 Murray St.,N.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat Hajr or Whiskebs changed In
stantly to a GLossr I! lack by a singlo ap
plication of this VTE. Sold hy Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of $ I.
Office, 44 Murray Street, .New Vork,
TUTTS MANUAL OF USEFIL RECEIPTS FREF.
A Valuiblo Discovery f r supplying Maitnctinn to
tbc Human Uy em Electricity and Macnetii-m
u llized as nwer before for Hoailne the Sick.
TUB MAGXSTOS APPLIANCK CO.'S
3Ia2rnetic Kidney Belt!
FOR MKX IS
WARRANTED TO CURE
r IvKPcNDt D, the following diaeaceit wtthotT mert
iclnu Pains in Tin back, mi-s, iibauuk LiMita,
NERVOUS DEBILITY, LUMHAO'l, O NERAl. DEB LITY,
RMRI'MATISM, PABALTKla, NEt'KAl.UtA, 8CIATIA,
DIHKAHKM ur THS KIIINEY-, SIMNAL DI8SA1ES, ToKPIO
live it, Unut, bounual Kmissious, Impoiency,
Asthma, Ili-a't Dli-ese, Dyspepsia, Conctipatlon,
rmip); a, InitiucdiioD, llernla or Knpturc, Cat
arrh, i'lles, apilepsy, l umb Airnn, etc.
Wht;n any debility of the UKSKKATIV '. OR
GANS occurs, Lost Vitality, Lack of Norve P.. roe
ami V'Kir, ivastim; e iku;ss, and all those Dis
ease's of a pcfonal nature, from whatever enure,
thecotitin ioii strfaui of magnetism permeiung
through thi; parts, must ruetore tin: in to a healthy
actiiia. There is no mistake about this Appli
ance. TO THE LADIES:
Weakness of tho Spine, Pulling of the Womh,
Lcncwrrhrca, Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
of the Womh, Incidental llumorrbaue or Flooding,
Painful, Suppressed and irreralar Menstruation,
Barrenness, and Change of Life, this Is the Beet
Aopliauce and t'urativo Acent known.
For all lormi of Pemalo l)i Driiltk" 1 Is nn 'nr
passod by anvtliiiiK before Invented, both as a
curative agont and as a source of power aiid vital
lzation. Price of either BV with Magnetic Insoles, $10,
sent by exprcs 0. O. D. ancV examination al
low, d, or iiv mall on receipt of price, lu ordering
send meWro o( waist and size of shoo Remit
tance can be made In currency, sent In letter at
The Magnetic Garments are adapted to all ages,
aro worn over the underclothing (not next to the
body like the many UaWaulc and Electric Hum
bugs advTlis 'd so exteuslvely), and should bo
tak n off at night. They hold their POWKK
FuRGVKIt, and are worn at all seasons of the
Send stamp for the "Now Departure In Medical
Treaimont Without Medicine," with thousands of
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.,
m State Street, Chicago, 111 .
Not. Send ono dollar In postago statip or
currency (in letter at our risk) wita slzeol shoe
usually worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
soles, and he convinced of the power residing In
onr other Magnetic Appliances. Positively no
cold feet when they are worn, or money refunded.
The Story of a Mail ;g.
HiiiKlri'tls of invi'iitors eiti'h 31111 di:
vistf Homo Kvsleiii which they imagine U
(lie one thin necilnl to m:k. tin- io.d:il
service perfect. Sometimes ii Unlock,
sumctinies 11 iioiich, still strain u patent,
is prc-cnfeil. 'I'lic liiircni of ni.iil eijuip-rneiit-
in the general 1'iololllce is the
lleponitory of lilllllliere-.s llcsjirns (f
more or less ingenious nr'icles original
ly inteinlcil to revoliitioiiie the postal
service. At the lionil of the ilivNioii is
Mr. John.-on, who has lilled tin; place
fur vears. He wouhl make nn iu'com
plisheil liiirlar if he cho,e to adopt that
jirofession, as he is well up in the art of
lock-picking, ami getting into a wurrant-erl-notto-allow-entrarKie-excf'iit-tljnnih-the-lock
mail ha his i-ijtial has not yet
been horn. A r-hort time ao a siui
P'line inventor sent a sami'Ie hair, de
.signed to carry foreign mails to tho de
partment. Mini reipieted that it lie adopt
ed. This itfr was fustened with a strap
and seal which the inventor (stated niut
be broken before the bar could be enter
ed. JolitiNon sent the bug back next
day. Tho tie and seal were intact, but
the ba' contained n piece of straw board
8 by t inches, on which was written,
"Inserted at Postotllee Department ,
1x83. I asked Johnson yesterday if ho
had received any reinarkahle or notabln
addition to his collection recently. He
said that he had not. but as advertise
nients for new pouches were soon to be
published he expects to have plenty i.t
the near futuro. Then he launchcd intc
the u-ual story. "There is not much ro
mance in this branch of tho service," he
said, "but there wa one romance in
this branch of a mail bay which has nev
er been printed properly. It was back
in ISIX A sanguine inventor had a
mail-bag; he submitted it; it was reject
ed. Then he liecnnie anyry. He went
to the Senate for an interview with Sen
ator I'Mr!e, who was Chairman of the
Committee on l'o-toilices at the time.
He iryed Kuyles to uf his influence to
obtain the adoption of the bay. Hut
the Senator said that that was a matter
for the I'ostniaster (ieneral to consider,
and he refused to li-ten to arguments.
The inventor yot still more mad. He
went b tck to his hotel. He was stop
piny at the National, and growled
around there a great deal. A friend in
timated to him that he should have offer
ed Kugylc This set the lire.
Mr. Inventor talked more fully than ev
er. He swore it was an outrage that a
poor man could not obtain a hearing
unless he ponied up to a Senator. He
swore vengeance. The ubiquitous news
paper man was near by. In this case
his name was Matthew' L. I)avi; he ak
ed for information and received all the
speaker knew, with a great deal that he
did not know. wrote the storv up
for his paper, the New York 'irkr
tn''iinr, owned by Wat -on Webb.
"At tbc titue a hot-headed voting fel
low from Maine hai a seat in the Houm
His name was Silly, and he was a warm
friend of Senator Kugylcs. When the
i'ltirit r-Kw;'i'n r arrived here Silly, of
course, vaw tin artiele reilertinj upon
his friend and colleague. He immedi
ately aroe from his -eat on a ipiestion
of privilege and poured forth a torrent
of IliVi ( live-, against Watson Webb. lie
abused him in the choicest parliament
ary billingsgate of the day, and was not
at all choice in his denunciation. Every
body then believed in 'tin; code,' and
Webb immediately sent a challenge, by
Graves, of Kentucky. Silly relu-ed to
accept, stating that he could not light a
man who was a scoundrel, and one
whom he had publicly denounced as
such. Then (il':ives took Up the quarrel
and reipi.'-ied Silly to tight him. The
matter was arranged. They met at
H!ad' ii-.bnrg. Henry A Wise, of Vir
ginia, appeared as I Ira. . ' .-eeond, and
George W. Jones, of Iowa stood bvSillv.
Everybody knows the result. Silly fell,
mortally wounded, and Congress passed
that stringent law iigain-t dueling in
the District, which is on the statute
"There," said Mr. Johnson, "you
have for the liit lime (he true history
of the celebrated Silly-Graves duel.
Numerous accounts of Kuggh V connec
tion with tin1 aiV.-tir have been published
but this is the only true version.'1
Washiii'jUni Cor. ; lvr,n:ss.
New Pastimes for Ladies.
A Gotham scribe to the Syracuse
Journal writes: "fr'rogs have lontr been
considered a delicacy with gourmands,
but it is new for ladies to think it a
fport and romance to catch thcrn, or
better, perhaps, to spear them. The
poverty of amusements in several vil
lages near the citv, made a resort dur
ing the summer, suggested to some en
terprising woman the idea of going out
in the evening with her iack lanterns
frogginr' with snears, or tiitcliforks
tied with ribbon 1. It is said that at
first the ladies could not keen from
screaming when they saw the bi fi
on the logs, or in the bullnishes. ami
would throw down their implements of
torture and run some distance, but af
ter a second sober thought go back to
face the enemv under tlu
of n native frog-hunter. The nnrmlar
style of 'frogging.' however, has been
to go in a boat with jackliglits in the
bow. The frogs, nllracted by the
lights, come from their hiding (daces,
m'P l ernfil' Mtnl till iu..i-.u
ooned spear dispatches them. Some
times the ladies lish for frogs, using a
hook baited with red flannel, ami "sav
that a well-mannered frog cannot resist
the temptation of snapping at this
much-esteemed color. It is predicted
that nnot her season 'frogging' will la;
immensely popular at the inland waler-
iny places. '1 he mania for water tur
tles with the fair sex is another novel
caprice. The .smaller the turtles t lit
more they nre prized, and nre deemed
suflieiently pretty to bo carried about
in ornamental silk hags on tho arms of
the owners. A voung girl returning
from Richfield Springs had a dozen or
more diminutive turtles In a box which
she played with, pulling their tails and
egs, andtlirowing them nbotit nn sho
emptied them on tho table, whero they
scampered industriously to her infinite,
amusement and pleasure"
W. P. r.iSBiiiw, river oeuorot iHstt mi
and Hteamhoat passmmer at-eM. Orders for
kinds of atearahoat Job priiitli.g s.eiclti'd. Office
at Kower's European Hotel. No. It Ohio levee.
The John V. Thrnop and the Pa lacV.i
and Evansvillo packets messure swords,
tho Thronp having entered the trade as
an independent packet. It is likely tho
contest will result in the withdrawal of tho
The St. Genevieve, frcin St. Louis, passed
down for Memphis last night. She had a
The City of l'ruvidruce, from Vicksburg,
arrived last night and discharged GOO bales
of cotton, then departed for St. Louis.
The Cons Millar is due this morning early
for Memphis. See W. F. Lainbdin, agent,
and get your tickets at low rales.
The R. II. Sprint", from Cincinnati, is
due for Xew Orleans to-day.
The Iludson, from Shawueetown, passed
upper St. Louis last uight. She had a good
trip, and added considerable freight here
besides a few passengers.
The Gulden Rule will report here for
Cincinnati to night or early to-morrow
The Wyoming arrived here at 3 a. m.,
yesterday. She had about 400 tons of
freight and a good pa-senger trip. Re
ported at 3:30 a. in.
The City of Vicksburg, from St. Louis,
is due to-night for the lower Mississippi.
The Ohio'is falling slowly at Cincinnati.
The river marked by the gauge here last
evening 16 feet aud rising. It will reach
20 feet before it comes to a stand.
The D. R. Powell is due from St. Louis
to-morrow tnorniug, and goes to New Or
leans. The Henry A. Tyler, from Memphis, is
du-j to-morrow morning for Paducah.
The Montanna left St. Louis yesterday
at 5 p. m. for Tennessee river.
Hie Trotting Wonders of California.
San Francisco, Cal.- The Breeder and
Sportbman of this city, the turf and sport
ing authority of the Pacific coast, contains a
statement from J. W. Murphy, Esq., pro
prietor ot trie elegant St. George Stables on
Bush near Kearney street, as also from
Chief Engineer, Maihew Brady of the City
Fire Department, to the effect that for the
cure of pain in man or beast, particularly
for rheumatism, St. Jacobs Oil has worked
wc nders. They regard it fsr superior to
anything they know ot.
I V kV.ll III i vw
ONE OF THE BEST PIISICIANS.
I have been tiiniSif('4 Kueriflr. In uiy practice
for quite a long Mine, and I regard it the best com
bination as a blood pander aud tonic. It is entire
ly vegetable, being composed of the extracts of
roots which crow in this "ection of Georgia. 1 am
famf Iar with Itehiotorv from tho time the foriun a
was ablalned from the Indians. It is a certain and
lafo remedy lor all kind of blood poison and fkin
hnmor, and in the hundrxls of case in which I
hao utd it and tern it ued, there ha never bee
a failure to cure. I have cured blood taint in
THE Tlltnn GENERATION
with It, after I bad moot Anally failed bv the moot
app oved method" of tho treatment with mercury
and iodide of potacxium. Th.ee cafes have been
cured over fifteen year asi, and have never had
anyretarnof the diieaeln thoni"!vs or in their
children. FRED A. TOuMEK, M.0.
Perry, Houston Co., (ia.
'It the best selling remedv In my store. and
all clwseaof people buy it it hi become a house
hold remedy with many of our best citlzoru "
WALT EH A. TAYLOR,
"I rell Swift's Specific often a grosii in ten davs
at retail- and to all clanaes. Homo of Atlanta's
best people use it regularly as a tonic and alte-ativo.
Our treatise on Blood and Skin DUeases mailed
free to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPKCIFtC ro
Drawer 3. Atlanta, (J a.
AND LACK ViTAU LNERCY?
tne I low 11 r; (iulviinle. Ki-Iti
ami our oilier Electro tiul
v.inle mid MmiiBiio Appll
union mid (inrnient!. urea
sum cure for N'ervousDehll.
Ity. Paralysis, Rheumatism
1 t'ilepsv.KihHustinn, Lhi
nt Vllal LnrKjr. Over-ffork'
d Urnln, Wank Buck. Kid
ney, Liver, and Stomach
eompliilnts, anil arendnpt.
ed to EixurR Hex. Thesa
very Inteit int.
fprnveU, and erh
from baits hd J nil
othe, hs ther
nolds, vuuslna no
sores, nor Irrlla
can m worn at
work us wl u
rest only notlow
flile to ttenrur.
sUaea of all
to ol l,a.,fll TU.T f, MEN ONLY iSTSSff
tm by ancesa or Indiscretion., I hey hua l??Bta?S
ami,h..tl .,n,l .fci7... ' " ..;.'. nvpiia,oiot
)p 10 r
If K -ii
New and conipiete Hotel, fronting on
Second and Railroad Streets.
PfisciK'er P. pot or the Chicago, St. Louis
ew Orleans: Iilinole C.i.tril VL'.in.i, ,
L)'ils and Parinc; Iron Mountain aud S'mhtr!i!
Mobile and Ohio: tain aud St. I
aic all just across the street; while the Mteacihcai
L.uino.g i lint one s inure d'stant,
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull Hells
Automatic Fire-Alarms. Baths, absolutely pure air
porleet sewerage and complete appotntmeriM.
Sapcrh furcirLiugs; prrecl service; and aa ul
Ii. 1. PAHKI'li.V'O., s.,o.m
WE wIMpty th r,wft U.rtr.r rw4 Lltr CntrrlnlDl'
rt;ii;,Suii H, 1,134 lr.llh-,i; ,n,crtr,,u.i),n rr c'cuu-ne,,,
"'"'" ' Lu.r I h-ri l!,t .lit.,-.
11'niir. strk-'ly c.i:4 !-' t'.ry srt nurtlv trnuhlt, c.
B-tfr(:l u, (1v, laii.Jm,,..,. 8.;jjrV..M. Lw lm,'OD
umiLe m pi.K S nnu. for u. 1 r il Sruailm. thwart ot
c cotr.;u i-1 Ir.i u; ni. T' r. ,- n:,i,f., i,.rl l. k.
'.ET CO., 1-1 A Wi W. Jlvl.i-.n Sc. Chid,,.
IKIVV Ir..' l.v ii..i 1 ,1 r-,r'jlnt :i .iitiji:,n.
lJu l c. 1'i:t's Kmrg and Bbaim Tftat-
ttr.xr, a gu;in it"( (l Fpeoiti'' for Hysteria. Vim
ries, oiiv;il-i'jr), ritfl. Nervous N-urtili;ia,
Headache. Nervrms Prostrntion caured by thetisn
ofalcohnl iirtoliaero, Wnkefulnem. .Mental Do
ressiou, H'lftenirig of tho lirain rrKulonfriti in
canity and ailing to miwry, decay anil c'mth,
l'remature 'J'A A.'", liarrt nness. Lose of power
in either Bfi. Involuntary Ihom mid Mpenniit-irrhrrai.-a".i"'l
hvnwrJciTtion of the hmin, self.
iilniM or o'-cr-i'iiiulioncn. Kiieti lox enntnins
ono month's treatim ut. j-l.Kia hoi, or six boxes
fur$.1.u0,sont by iiiail prepau'on receipt of prico.
To cure any cat'. With each order received by us
for six twiii-K a.'cc;:ipani''d with wo will
Fend the I'lirclia.-i rMiir written uaianteo to ro.
fund tl.o m ffiey if tic tr ntniotit dues not f tfect
ucure. Oiiaran'-'es lhwu d only by
Drnggial, C'i-. C-vnmercia'
v-'. A IS: i a .. C liro
L. C. BOYINGTON'S
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
sr. .- - r
The nvst perfn'ily K-iiaiM-M FOl.HIXO BED In the
world, huli-'iiiiiinl, yei so I tali t that a rhlld can open
nd cVw It l'li c-ise. They rnniMne GREAT
f-TRKSliTII. IKAt'TV and VTILITY. It is tlie
VFKV HK--T. i.r cmpiiet. EASIEST Fol.DKI)
HKD, and Is Ii' "tiered to the pnhllcas the ( HKAi'-I-'ST
patent I'" 'Id i Uol 1 n the market. It ECONO
MIZES SI'AI E, Hives W KAU and TEAR of CAR
I'KTS. keeps the UK DDI Mi CLEAN FROM DUST,
rod Is rnp.d'y snperm ail oilier N'iIs In the
1 milHeS'-f Hie rim nr. I r alike lu all sections uf
"Iili In lll ltt tr. IMt C A SF,
l-AIIIKKT, IIOOK-CASK, Sllll).
JloAltU. mid Ki t IVO DInK Sitjlea.
teuu lur ueaenpuve ami l.iumnitwi circular.
F3ctory&Ditlce,1465 StateSt. Chicago.
tlTIii sending for circular Willi prices, pleae nuuie
th i pnior.
p0PRIKT0R OF BPROAT'B PAT KM
ICMiV TUB CAR LOAD OH ToH.WKi.J
1'ACffED FOR PH1ITINO
Cnr Loads n Sp?;i.vltv.
o j'"1 1 o k :
0r.TTrelflh Street ami Ltw,
Stale & Monroe Sti., Chicago. ,
W 111 sttirl ttimlt 10 Tiy frMffM ihtii A
if iQitruincnts Kolla, Capi BItv
1 ;) iwiu
, iifinti AMtri r-uffi. Ana
HnU. Hiiiiiirv IHm.1 Outfit. HMHl
Health is Wealth!
V Ji 1
TM.i' F1? th?.
intl U enuallvefllciu-loiiH for all
.requiring a iwertuJ diffusive stimulant. teoMeTreii" a 1 tnoie
5K jour uniggist for it.
I'rlooMcU per bottle
lrepared only by
Wm. LucLwift- & C6
XO. 119 COMMERCIAL
J Highest Market
Hides, Fnrs, Wool,
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
Good Pay for Aconts. m
lade seil'.nir onr Ann llonka.r
t.n llPiinv mutilK
made seilinir onr nne Ilooksand Blblesr Wnteto
J. ('. Mc'Jt'KDV CO.. Chic.:
I1 A IHlv -Esthetics,
(4 dtstngUH). Something
in stamps. IIK AltN K Jt CO , P.O. Cox 1 87, M.Y.
r : " . wii v- cj ' w ui ecu 1
truiiu. .tiki 1 mm nn fmpa ni ni h ouniu
Ely's Cream Balm,
tN r QUALLED for COLD In the HEAD.
1 'ream Balm has ealned au enviable reputation
wherever known ; displacing all other preparations.
Send forcirruiar containing full inform tlon and
reliable tcstimoniala. Ky niail, prepaid. 50 cents a
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