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To say that malaria "is mischie
vous is to put it very mildly. It 5b
all that and more. It is cunning,
deceitful, treacherous, sly, and un
derhanded. It does its work in the
dark, and in such a sly way that
mucb of the mischief is done before
it is discovered. It saps the found
ations of a healthy system. It robs
the blood of its vitality.demoralizes
the liver, confounds the stomach,
and makes the victim wish he were
in his grave. It is sad to see people
sit down in their misery, content to
be the victims of mischievous mal
aria, and thinking that nothing can
be done for them. The power of
Brown's Iron Bitters over the
mischiefs of malaria has been so
amply proved that there is no rea
son why anybody who can procure
a botrie of this Prince of Tonics
shall suffer. Great is the power of
malaria, and great are its disastrous
effects. But greater far is the benefi
cent influence of IUown'j Iron Bit
ters. The preparation of iron in this
favorite family remedy can be taken
without ruining the teeth or producing
constipation and headache. i
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Lat muht at tha resMonce of Father
Swooney, of St. Jusepli'a church, Mr. Jacob
Lind and Miss Lena Kline were united in
marriage, Father Sweeney officiating. The
ceremony took place iu the presence of but
a few friends and then the wedded pair re
pared to the JRoUjjb and Ready engine-house
where their happy union waa celebrated by
feast and dance in which many friends
took an actiie part. The bride received a
long list of presents from friends here and
It is understood that several of the
leading railroads will shortly introduce
time tables which will require twenty-four-hour
clocks. A uHuutactarer in New York
city has just completed one of the clocks
the first in that city. It marks the hours
from one to twenty-four. The most con
spicioui innovations are in the marking of
the dial and the movements of tbe wheels
which drive (he hands. The minute hand,
instead of making twelve revolutions to
every revolution of the hour hand, makes
twenty four revolutions, while the hour band
passed around once. The lettering on the
dials is in Arabic instead ot Ronuu numer
als, and the spices between the figures are
only half as gieat as on the dial of the ordi
nary twenty-four hour clock. The minute
haad marks half minutes an whole minu
tes. This clock wH do away with the a. m.
ani p. m. which sometimes proves confus
ing to railroad passengers. It is thought
that in a very little while these clocks will
take place ot the old-fashioned lime-pieces.
According to arrangements as under
stood last night a pay car in charge of Capt.
Oagi, claim agent, and Mr. Drake, pay.
master, accompanied by Officer McTigue,
of this city, was to s'art down the Texas
& St. Louis railroad from Bird's Point
early this morning, to pay iff the striking
engineers and firemen. But it was under
stood that the paymaster had only the
September rolls and would pay off unly for
that month, leaving the October and No
vember wages unpaid. This rule was ob
served In the payment of about forty ot the
employes of the road at the company's of
fice here last evening; and S'me of tbe
strikers said last evening that this would
not satisfy the demand of the "Order of
Locomotive Engineers," which has ordered
the strike an I that unless the pay-rolls for
September and Octobnr aro paid oft", "not
a wteel will be tumuo" Thisor1er U
be enforced sj strictly that the pay car
will not even ba taken out from Bird's
Point by any union engineer. It is evident
that the union has things pretty much
its own way and caa carry tny reasonable
p ints it desiros to make.
St. Louis Republican: "We are rlad
to note the improvements going on in
Southern Illinois, ss evidenced in the ad
vanes made in stock raising, in the rapid
ly increasing railroad facilities, the better
general farming the increase of a better
class of immigrants and the development
f manufactures and mines. Tbe old style
of scratching the surface for com and hogs
solely, nl raising 'knot-head' cattlo is fast
passing, never to return. The new order
of things indicate enterprise and energy,
nd those who stand in the way sre fast
losing for Dakota and other outlying
regioni Lands now selling from ten to
twenty dig j,er BCrC) mugf Boon c,,m.
mand double M,ese prices. With a good
soil, unsurpassed facilities for market, a
mild, healthy climate, iftrge resources in
timbers and mines, it seni8 strange that
section has been so long overlooked by
farmers, and the new life aud movement
must beyond question give It a relate
growth ' superior to other sections ot our
great sister state and show a rapid advance
in wealth and population Surely farmers
will not long continue to pass by and go
hundreds og miles west, remote 1mm mark
ets, schools and churches, when good farms
can be bad nearly as cheap in an old set
tled country." ;.
Alderman C. N. Hughes returned Wed
nesday evonlngfrom Carbondale, where he
had attended a meeting of the trustees of
the Southern Illinois Normal University, of
whom he is one. The board met immedi
ately after the fire and proceeded to adopt
plans for a continuance of the school. A
plan was adopted ami put In execution be
fore the smoke of the ruins had disappear
ed. The fixtures ol the university and the
library were all saved, and these were put
up in two largo halls routed for the purpose,
which would afford ample room for the four
hundred scholars iu attendance at the uni
versity when it was destroyed ; so that Wed
nesday afternoon all the classes were recit
ing . their lessons as usual. For the other
accommodations of teachers and pupils, the
board secured eighteen rooms, some of
which were donated by citizens of Carbon
dale and others were retted. A movement
was also immediately started among tbe
citizens, by which the school would be re
lieved of some of tbe inconveulences it
labors under by thepresent arrangement. A
subscription was started to defray tbe ex
pense of a temporary frame, one-story, to be
j put up oa the university grounds, which
should serve the purposes of the school
until the state should provide a new build
ing. At last accounts the subscription had
reached twenty-six hundred dollars which
lacked about a thousand of what it would
require to put up the building. It is
thought that by this time the requisite sum
has been subscribed, and that work on the
building will begin next week. Of course,
the subscribers to this fund expect to be
remembered for this outlay, principal and
a legal rata ot interest thereon for the time
the state thus iudirectly uses the money, in
which expectation they will probably not
bo disappointed. Tbe Normal University
building cost originally $263,000. To re
store it to its original state would probably
require the expenditure of two-thirds this
sum, tbe walls being nearly all in good
condition. An effort will doubtless be
made by other communities to secure the
location of the new building and a sharp
contest may ensure which will be carried
into tbe legislature. In this event there is
no roasm why Cairo should not enter the
field and, by offering as good inducements
as any and better than most communities,
stand as good a chance as any of them of
securing tbe university. One of tbe princi
pal arguments for Cairo in this connection
is, that it is easier of access from all parts
of Southern Illinois than any other city,
much more so than Carbondale is, at any
rate, for many of the scholars in attendance
at tbe university there, were compelled to
come to Cairo before they could conveni
ently reach Carbondale.
W. F Lahbdii. rtrer editor ol fai Bclliti
and ateamboat paaaenirer aetnt. Ordera for all
klmlaof ateamboat Job printing aoilclted. Office
at Bower'a European Hotel. No. 75 Ohio levee.
STAOKS OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 28 feet 1 inch and rising.
Chattanooga, Nov. J9. River 6 feet 4
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 29. River 80 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 29. River 0 feet 1 in
ch and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 29. River 13 feet 7 in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, Not. 29. River feet 2 in
ches an i falling.
St. Louis, Nov. 29. River 10 feet 6 in
ches and rising.
The U. P. Schenck left here for New Or
leans at 1 p. m. yesterday. She bad a first
class trip of freight and people.
The City of Vicksburg from below ar
rived at 2 p. m. yesterday. She bad a fine
up stream trip, departed for St. Louis at
The J. II. nillman from Nashville ar
rived at 0 a. m. yesterday. She was loaded
almost flit with wooden material for
wagous, principally felloes. Sol Silver say a
it is the largest trip of felloes that he ever
saw od any man's steamboat and tbe agent
who "drummed" up her trip is a daody.
The Guiding Star came very near meet
in? with a similar fato to that of the Will
KyU as she picked up a snag just above
Greenvihe, which tore her guards up con
siderably and demolished two state rooms.
A party of young ladies and gentlemen
from Metropolis came down yesterday to
attend the L:ghts 0' London at the Opera
House. There will be a large crowd this
evening wb3 will ala attend the troupe to
night. The Guiding Star is due this morning for
Cincinnati, tjeo W. F.Ltmbdin, passenger
agent, and get your tickets.
The Hudson from St. Louis will report
hero this morning tor Shawneetown. She
has a good trip.
The Andy Baum from Memphis passed
up for Cincinnati last evening. She had a
The Cons. Millar from Cincinnati is due
to-morrow night for Memphis.
The City of St. Louis will report here for
New Oi leans to-day.
The heavy fog for the last two or three
nights has been a great impediment to
The Will Kyle will likely to be raised and
placed on the waters again to navigate the
Ohio and Mississippi. If she does it will
be a ere lit to the parties who own her, as
this is tbe second time for her. She had a
good constitution and her career i j certain
The City of Helena from St. Louis is due
to-night for Vicksburg.
Ladies Love To Read It.
New Yobk. Mr. Frank Tousey, publish
er of The Arm Chair, the great family story
and sketch paper, which is sold by every
news-dealer iu America, says : It affords
me pleasure to recommend St. Jacobs Oil
as a reliable cure for. pain; we have many
reports of its good effects.
A New Planet.
Troiii certain perliibations in th or
bit of Mercury, astronomer have been
led to suspect that thiito was a planet
near the sun the dements of which hail
not yet been calculated. One of the
French astronomers who observed the
rootMit eclipse of the sun in the South
Purine Ocean, dec-lares that ho saw
Vulcan, as this new body is called; but
'.his discovery is not confirmed by the
other astronomers. Vulcan cannot
amount to much as a globe., nor is there
the slightest probability that any form
of life can exist upon its surface. Were
a sensitive being to bo born iu that orb,
the sun would make It "too hot" for
him to live. It will be over a huudred
years before any eclipse takes plane
by which the alleged discovery of the
Kronen, utronumer can be verifiod.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1888.
Biff-Hearted David Davis.
David Davis was not the meanest
man in Washington while he lived here.
II lo did not live at a third-rate hotel,
Jnor did he hagglo with the pie-women
of the capitol., Those statements, like
many more of the same sort, originated
with some of that very numerous class
of men who know all about Washington .
without having beon there: Tboy are
not trammeled by facts.; David Davl9 -is
a very careful man. His prudence
has given him his fortune. He did not
live at the most fashionable hotel in
Washington, although he had pleasant'
rooms at one of the. best, and he did
eat apple-pie for lunch sometimes at a
stand in one of the Senate corridors.
But his big body carries a big heart as
well as a big brain, and I know of doz
ens of cases where, after proper invest
igation, ho put his big hand iuto his bit;
pocket-book and drew out "big money,
as they say in Kentucky, for. the good
of his unfortunate neighbors. ' So care
ful was Judge Davis that no word of
any of these helpful acts should croep
into the newspapers that only one case
was ever publiclv alluded to. It was
that of a ragged "littlo newsboy whom
the Judgo ptcked up on the steps of tho
capitol, hungry and cold, ono bluster
ing winter day. Judge Davia bought
his wet and dirty newspapers, filled his
empty stomach, clothed his naked form,
put something in his pocket for the
next day, and. stopped his thanks with
his big nand. , Judge Davis is as hard
as flint-rock in tho presence of fraud
and humbug, and soft as wool to tho
unfortunate and distressed. HWmy
ton Cor.' I'liifarleJphia luxord . ,:. j
An English clergyman writes that
there are 4,000 unemployed clergymen
in the church of England, many of
whom arc both able and w illing to work,
bu' who cannot rind anything to do.
After having used a large cumber of
preparations for Catarrh, I have become
satisfied that of tbem all Ely's Cream Balm
gives me the most relief. I can recom
mend it to any one who may have Catarrh,
Cold in the head or bay fever. S. B. Lewis,
Principal Graded School, Clinton, Wis.
furnished with teeth rendered pearly and
glistening by fragrant SOZODONT, usually
regarded as an indispensable adjunct of tbe
toilet, are perfectly bewitching. So irre
sistible does the broad-cloth sex find them,
that it requires the utmost self-restraint to
forbear imprinting a k as upon them where
ever seen. No corrosive substance con
taminates this standard beautifier of the
teeth, from which it removes every impuri
ty. Use it regularly.
Almost Insane and Cured
"Most of the eminent doctors in the east,
as well as several of the medical faculty in
New York city," writes Rev. P. P. Shirley,
of Chicago, "failed to help our daughter's
epilepsy, which began to show signs of
turning into insani'y By the good proTi
dence of God we trit.l Smiantsn Nervine,
and it cured ber." Your druggist keeps it.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of iDDAtite, General
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised fo
see tne rapid improvement that will follow
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in tbe praise ot Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
A gentleman from Orwell, Pa., called my
attention to Ely's Cream Balm as a remedy
for Catarrh, Hay Fever, 4c. He was so
earnest in asserting it to be a positive cure
(himself having been cured by it)- that
purchased a stock. The Balm baa already
effected cures, r. r. Htatt, M. U , Bor
dentowr, N. J.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
01 the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to tho proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by tbe
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
None But - First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have tbe best or none. Messrs
Shuklei & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ot fine goods, and if you need
anything in watencs, in oust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send toBiiuriey a t'o., they will send
single article at the dozen price. They are
vouched tor and endorsed by the United
States Express Co American express Co
Southern Express Co, F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Shurloy & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Sekd for their new
AND BEAUTIFCLLT ILLUSTRATED CATALOG UF.
fo The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
tne aouye-mcntioned section, but tbe direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S Int Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of tbe very
litest mke are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia. Mtoect with exprosi trains of all
At Atchison connection is made with
express traiM for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omahs, connection is msde with tbe
Overland trair for California.
This Una offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast, time,
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated - maps, pamphlets, Ac of this
line, which will be mailed free. , . , I
C. B. Kumar, F. Chaudleb, i
Ass't Uen'l Paw. Agent. Gsol Pass Agent.
' ; ' ,v -. -titf1
Wm. Ludwic; & Co.,
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wixu Ludwig & Co.
few DROPS applied to the surface
Inor discolor the Skin, or leave
ana buhoji insianttjr KBUiavn
has HQ rjVkh tor thn Care of Rheumatism. Sprains. BrnlMij,
Stiff Joint. Nuralsia. Lame
Bore Throat, Palm In the
una is equally emcacioun tor mi
requiring a powenm awusive summani. pen murrain nrrmniK".
Ask your Druggist for it. Price do
Prepared only by JACOB 8. MERREXL,
WholQMla Pnigfrlut, 8T.
No Longer Needed.
The old-fathloned, nloir-actlni plasters "mnt
Benson 1 Caputs 1'oroua Master art tbe
2 " ctnu,
P AP1W iE'thettep, (4 denlgne). Something
Viilll'.T jood. Mailed on receipt of cnnli
In utampa. UBAkMK &CO., P.O. Hoi 1 St, N.Y.
XVANTKU-Ladlaa and yonng men wlelilut; to
" earn SH to 3 every dar quietly at their homes ;
work furnished: aont by mail: no eanvaaalnsr: no
tampa required for reply. Please addrem LDW.
f. vxio a no., 38 soutn Main m., ran Kiver,
Ely's Cream Balm,
Cream Balmhaa eatned an enviable reputation
wherever knowu; dltplacing all 01 ber preparations.
Send forclrcuUr containing full Inform tlon and
reliable teattmon'ala. By mail, prepaid, 60 cent a
packag etauipa received, hoid by all wholetale
and retail druiigl.U. ELY'S .UK AM BALK CO.,
Owego, "ew Y rk.
Bnrna, 50c., Byron, Uk., Mra.
Brownlne, 5Sc., Camobeli. 40c..
Chancer. 60c.. Dante. !Uc.. Dnrdea
SOc , Goethe, TV., Ooldamlth. 5'c, Itemana, 5-c ,
Iliad and Odyey, TUc . ilood, W)c, Inuebw. tfic.,
Keatt, 4 Mor'dltb. 50c.. Milton, 5"c, Moure,
SIK)., Pope SOc, roe, 40c , Schliler,4oc., Scott, 50c
Tennraon, SOc, vlrll,45c., and other. Fine elotn
binding. Sent (or eiamlna ton before payment
on evidence of good faith. Catalogue free NOT
eoldhy dea era. JOHN B. ALDDS, Publlcher,
18 Veev St., New York.
I have a pralUvewmedrfor tboabovediMue; by It
dm tbouunda of raarra nf tha iT-rit tinil in4 nf iTTnr
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faltblnTuaftlMcr.abatl will endTWO BorTLES
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4drwa. Da, T. A. SLOCVH. Isl Parlbt.,No York
II FNTP WI'' HULT A TEACHER I Sopor'n
III UOIV IntantneonaOnldetoKevof Piano I
' ... A r m 1 .1 .,, . . .. .
to play 0 piecea of munlc In one dar Yon could
not lear.. tt Irom a teacher Iu a month for $."0. Try
it and be convinced samp 'a copy wil be mailnd
to any adrtre-cion receipt of SIS contain ilntnPf by
nuii5 & i.u., run;iinora, r, u box 14s. , ?i. .
When Am cu.4 1 do not mean merely to atop tbrnn
for a time and then oaw tbem return ar ain, I m
radical cure. I havnmadi
de thedianaof hi'
; 1 in,
LBrbi OR FAIXIHO B
g at nor.
warrant my remedy to eun tbe wont oaaxa. HorauM
ethsra bavatailwl ia no meon for not now receiving a
MK Hnrt a! ftnf tnr m, TriwhM anH ft KrM, Hnf I i of
my roiallible remedy, Gir Expreaa and PoaMBce. It
coattyon nothina for a trial, and J will cure you.
Addreea Da E. O. BOOT. 181 Pearl St., New York
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. regular Orniluoto of two mrdlrat
CoIIhki-s, has heen lnntrr eninfd Iu the tlent
ment of Chronic, Nervoun, tUtn and
Blool Dlik-iows than any other phvtlrlnn In
BU Irfuls as city patters shew and all old r .
dents know. Consu'tat'.on ,.t oitlieor by mnll,
fri-eaiid Invited. A frlewl'y talk or hla opinion
coata nothing. When It Is inconvenient to vllt
the city .or treatment, medteiiii'j can beaent
by mall or eipreaa avervwhere. C'nra lilt- caei
ITiikraiim.'d; where doubt exlata It in frankly
atated. Call or Write. .
Wnrvona Proatrttloa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weaknen, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Sones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoninir, Skin Affeo
tions, Old Bores ard Ulcers, Impodimenta to
Marringe. Ehsumati'm, Piles. Special
attention to case from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising; from Imprudences, Excesses.
Indulgencaa or Eiposum.
It la lelf-erMent that a physician paying
particular atti'ntlnn to arlao of own attain
great skill, and phyilriens iu rezulor practice
all over the country knowln this, freqnontly
rvcon'tnend eawa tn the oldest cmce In AniTlca,
bu; rvory known appliance U rcaortrd to,
end tb proti Roocl reiuedlea of all
eifca and rountrlee er mwd. A whole house I'
od frirolBce tnow,. nd ell are treated with
kill In a rMsfiil manner; aud, kuowlnn
what tu da no expert mom are made, duai''
count of the arreat numiier aoi'Muir, tha
rhiriipa are iwt
nemanded by mhe
len If voii fecure the ikl'l
low, orteu :o-r i:an ia
and tapidv and perfect Ht cure, that la
tha IruporUut mattvr. Piniphlet. t pug.
sent 10 any aaame rrec,
putYs. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pag?s,
Elegant cloth end iiilt binding- Sealed for W
eenta In po'tajie or currency. Over fifty won
norftil pen plrinre, true to life , article on the
IWlnwlna iilicct. Vho mar marry, who not;
tlyf 1 rrmor e tomarrv. Who marry Brat.
aaiihood.XVomaiihoo.l. Pltvrlral decar. Who
ehould mam-. Wow lire ami h.ipplne niav he
Increieml. Thoe niarrM or rontemtilatlnii
bianrlua ahould rai It. It oucht toneread
ail adult oit
rnp. then kftit nnd'T lock and
IM'irt. eime as al,m. Imt mwr
cover and fuOiiSKwa. Uceutsur mail, inmoouy
The. IdeiU CaUerraph. ,
THS PERFECT WRITINO MACHINE.
Evry Machine warranted. Ad
justable type bare, perfect auto
matic paper ted,van unvana-
me MiMion, nn tost mmioa, Dev
eled platen, light rarrlajre. All
nartelnteiThana'eable. Iioeatha 1
work oT three nenmen, roucji neater and mora
legible. iolm(air4l5.saN ,, iH'-j " M
rANHBR, mriR a go., am n, is, , louu.
Trices Paid for '
iiuwurlul ureuuraliuii com
posed mostly of Essential Oils.
1 ue most penetrating Liniment
known. 80 coneentnited th;ir. a
will Penetrate to the very Bone,
rAiNi it will not Boll Clothing.
dsaL're.iMe effects of ruv kind. II
Back. Crammi. Tooth-Ache.
Llmbq r Iu any part ol the Hystem
pains in mo otomaon ana .no won,
cts pi bottle
LOUIS, MO I
... Price L'.-'t of
I'lhioi Inn Dramaa,
t oinroii rlre,
i i i ..I i p L Heard, Ac, Ac.
In fuel, everything for Amateur Theatrical.
6.UIUKL FKKNCH 4 SON,
:W E. 14th st ,Ncw York.
LANE & BODLEY GO'S
STEAM AND HYDRAULIC
'ENT) TOP. (MTAT.OOUl
N.W. Missouri Farms for Sale
8Mid for Uata ol' CHOICE farmn In beet dock
country In the V. 8. C. O. t'OMSTOUK,
j Alhany, U.iritry Co., M i,
' tinner Advi rtlsln Barcim. lo Spruce St , N Y
I 'UV OUT OF ORDER.
Z) 'AS No CQUA"-
SQUARE NEW YORK.
TOR SALE BY
II. iTEA'ULA & Co., CaIBO, IlL
L. C. BOYINCTON'8
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
Themoet iierfcctly twlmiccil lOI.DINO BED In the
world. HuMiinml, yet.au Unlit that a child can open
and tltum P with. wx. T'li-y eomhlue GREAT
SrKt.wrli. pihnr tnViTii.ny. it h tbe
YKi.iV HKST. wk roniaict KAblET FOLDED
liKU.eivl l now ofTi'ml t.rttivuWlc aa tbe CHEAP
EST patent FnldiDH Hd n Hie markoL It KCOMO
MUKt PAt'K, vmt WKAK nd TEAR Of CAR
PhTS. ki'i Hie HKl'DlN'i CLEAN FROM DD8T.
an. I i r ipiiliy wiiern'i!' ir ail ntix-r beiia In th
fimllie ot the ricu and pur aiiUe In all aectloua ut
'''Mmtl'in nrnr vi', DnrMierASB,
rAHIKT. 1I4XIK-C AHK, HIDR-
nAKS, una nui i ntJ-nt HH ntyiee.
.tynifor twrlullfnd IlliAtrntnl Circular..
factdrj & 0ffic14GSState St. Chicago.
ttrin aetding Ibr circular wlt yrtcta, please won
this paiwr. r- , j
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