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For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ!
enza, Asthma, W hoomnK Coul-ii, In
cipient Consumption and for the re-i
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. 1 or Sale
by all Druggists. l'rice, 25 Cents.
A SPECIFIC FOR
EPILEPSY. SPASMS. 3
CONVULSIONS. FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS D&NCE, JLLCH0H0L1SM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPH1LL1S,
- SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
HOLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
B3"$1.50 per boUle.-W2
Po testimonials and circulars send stamp.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
Correspondence freely auawered by Physician
, (told by all DraasUu.
Lori, Stontetiburh A Co., Axt., Chicago, 111.
From theso sources urwe tbiee-fonrtbsof
th diseases of tue human nice. These
symptoms Indicate their existence : Ios of
Appetite, Jiowcls costive. Kick Heed
acUe, fullness after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirit, A feeling of having neglected
some doty, IMzziueei, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the ey, highly cola
ored irlue, COSHT1PATIOS, and de
mand the nse of remedy that acta directly
on the Liver. ASftLi'er medicine TITT'S
PI LL8 hare no equal. Tlicir action on the
Kidneys and Skin 1 also prompt; removing
all Imparities through these tlirec " scav
engers of the system," producing appe
tite, sound digestion, regular ntnols, a clear
kin and a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S PILLS
cause no nuuwa or piipinir nor Interfere
with daily work anil are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
TEE FEELS LIKE A SEW MAJV.
'I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and nave tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TCTT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passages. 1 feel like a new
man." W. I). EDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
BoHeveTYwhere.aSc. Office ,41 Murray St.. X.Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat Hair or Whiskers changed In
stantly to a Glossy Black by a singlo an.
plication of this DTE. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of I,
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York
TUTT'S MAN9AI OF USEFUL SECEIP7S FREF.
J-Jv E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street, between Coral Ave. od Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.NITION.
Safes Kaaalred. All Kinds ol Keys Made.
TiTOF issii j"n a L c.vRus.
Q.EORGE II. LEACII, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On 14th street, opposito the Post
office, Cairo, III.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOtt, E LBCTRO-VAPOR ahd MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
)R. W; C. .TCCFLYN,
0F7ICR Eights Street, near Comn ere 111 A. nn
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi-Xo. 188 Commercial Avenue, between
JCghUand NOitb Street
The . Daily ihilletin.
Ho Twi.ti-l Mil- Tail.
It was n ti.w wi li :i: 1 ! Iit'owu eyes,
auburn baii:s ::inl :i mil wlih u love
lock on tin; en I t i nt cwi'c-inl thu air
ami knocks! ini iriti:trv
- into t ho
w is hiring
lmreaftcr w Hi ;i -n:ii'.
1 ci (Idwii Wi'it i'r :
Cortliiml stivi-t fe.-iy I
looking Jrs yniiili, w. u
owin to the" :M wv
whisky, w.is in I :ts a i :i
Stuliliiuly, v i h wiiiii v.
uniifci'ssavy i-nn-iiy, !
Hlruck thu cow ncro-s 1 1 1 .
.v. rJs tiio
:t fi-'h-h us
n 111 1: X'ntl,
.!! I hot
. .1 isuyinan
Hi k with a
club, swun his arms omt his head,
dauml a liiailiVn'njr !'Mii) i'- l.i 111 ) in
the stri-'!tt iuhI sai j ,v,'!i wi.h strange
rajiiil ily upon a car-rail. TIkj cow
locked over Imt shoulili r icpri'vinly
and stood in In.1;' tr:i(4.-. 'I'm; JiTsi-y-ruan
arose f rm tin; imiirr-s on he had
inado in tho ice, Miiooiln d l.isrof.l-tails
caressingly, hii1 siartc I tmvar.is tlio
cow. He rappi'd I. it once, siat on his
liands, rapped l.cr twii.-e, put his shoul
der against her s.lo all to move her
out of the track of the drays but to no
avail. A crowd a-seiubio I. The Jer
seyman got lots of syinpathy, but no
assistance. (Jnj man siiestud that
ho had froz n fast; anotiier that hho
was undecided about the policy of the
new board of aldenu';ii;.a thirl that
she was one of II. O. T's unbalanced
bids rnd was afraid of Jersey jiiistice.
The owner went a few yards ahead,
grinned a ghastly grin, "and shaking
his club behind him in a suppressed
fury, pleaded in a persuasive tone:
"Conie.Mooley; come, Mooley, Moo'. ey."
But Moo lev saw tho club.
At last from the crow.l stepped a
lank and unshaven specimen a 'long
shoreman. Hi; was gif.e 1 with a wis
dom beyond his kind. lie drew tho
owner of the cow n-i b; and whispered
in his ear, "Twist li.-r tail." The Jer
seynnn shook his heal. Then, as
though bidding for the support of the
multitude, the 'iongshoreinm raised
his arm, and making a sweeping ges
'(lerits, I .say twi-t her tail."
'Twist it yerself," was the answer.
A glance of scorn iipwn the crow d,
and the 'longshoreman bared his
brawny arm and stepped up to the cow.
He took the love-lock in his hand, run
his lingers through it and clinched
them, grasped the middle of the tail
in his left hand, and tried to tie a knot.
An agonizing silence, which was broken
by a groan and dotted with a broad
brimmed hat. a pair of suspenders, and
the arms and legs of a 'longshoreman
doing calisthenics in the frosty air.
The battered remains of the'longshore
man were carried away muttering blas
phemy. The cow, after she had re
placed her hind hoofs on the ground,
was led on to the ferry by the J- r-ey-ruan,
who observed as he paid his fare
"Takes mor'n a Yorker to learn me
lessons." A. T. Tribune.
Hearts ltent on Itiiticr.
Elvina Mu'cassady sat in the gor
geously furnished parlors of her father's
noble mansion, gazing into the eyes ol
the one being on earth who loved
her passionately. Though his hair
was parted in the middle he seemed
strangely intelligent. His left arm
hail straggled around the waist of the
fair voting pH, and her pliant form
sank deep into the creases of his mark
down suit. They had been conversing,
but her lps had "become entangled in
his mustache, and conversation had
"Elvina, why do you look so 31 de
grees below zero that is to say, coldly
upon my suit?" he ask d.
"You are a bank cashier," she said,
musinglv, "and vet vou are poor."
"I5ut 1 am very honest," he replied,
"Then you will never be rich," she
answered, calmlv. ULerto, I am very
"I respect you for it!" he exclaimed,
"I can never be tho bride of a poor
man," she said. "Even now there is
a shadow upon our house. Unless
father fails again this fail we shall bo
compelled to give up our childhood's
home and seek for board."
The young cashier shuddered. Tears
started" to his eyes.
. "Why are you moved so strangely,
Uberto?" the youn girl asked, ten
derly. "I have been there, Elvina," he re
plied. "Do you wonler, then, that I hesi
tate?" she exclaimed.
"No, Klvina, I do not blamp you."
"It is hard to eat cold hash, Uberto,"
she said, earnestly.
"It is," he replied, "and you would
never get a second piece of pie, El
Tina." "I am fond of pie, Uberto."
"Yet, he answered, gloomily, "it
seems hard that a boarding-house
should sunder two loving hearts."
"Then is one thing wo have not
thought of, Uberto," she exclaimed,
and a hollow look came into her eyes;
"We could never staud that, E'.vina,"
he moaned, hoarsely.
"The flat portion of your head is at
taining great prominence, Uoerto,"sho
replied. Uh;:arj.) Tribune.
It soothes the pain. It reduces the swell
ing. It limbers the Btiffdiied tendons and
musclei. All this AthlophorcB does in any
case of Rheumatism or Neuralgia. But
it does more and better things. It goes to
the root of these diseases in the blood, and
don't stop till a heallhv circulation is re
stored. C. S. Starr, 29 State St., New
London, Conn., writes: "A friend who had
suffered for years with Rheumatism, who
had had the best physicians in the State,,
and hospital treatment besides, without re
lief, found instant and wonderful ielief
Chai. Slade, the celebrated spirit medium,
will give one of hia well known seances at
the Opera House, Sunday night, March 9th,
Mr. Slade will be assisted by a number of
well-known mediums. The following are
among the many manifestations given: A
large dining table is made to float in mid
air, matcrlizitionof faces and forms, Blade's
celebrated London open light seine,
ipirit slate writing, etc., to defray expense
a small admission charge will be mado.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
W. P. r.AMnniN. riv-r ertuor tif ml Hil.l.ETiN
and teamhoit pn-nuiuer i;uot. Orders fur all
kind" of niHionlioat Job priming nollclled. Office
at liowor'e Kuropean Hotel. No. li Ohio levee.
BTA0E8 OK TUB IUVEU.
The river marked by the gaugo at this
port at 0 p. m. 43 feet 2 inches and fall
Chattanooga, Mar. 6. River 7 feet 2
inches and fulling.
Cincinnati, Mar. C River 18 fect 3
inches and falling.
Louisville, Mar. 0. River 8 feet
5 inches and Tilling.
Nashville, Mir.O -River 32 feet 3 inch
Pittsburg, Mar. C River 3 feet 10 inch
es and fal.ing.
St Loui3, Mar C River 10 feet 11 inch
The U. P. Schench for New Orleans has
a big trip and leaves here this morning.
The Vint Sttiukle for Memphis is due
The R. R. Springer for New Orleans
will be one of the features in marine circles
at this wharf Sunday.
S.d Silver male a heme run yesterday,
but he is at the but this morning.
The W. II. Cherry in leaving here yes
terday attempted to collar the Ohio, but
The City of Cairo, abouffU hours behind
dates, left here lor Yicksburg yesterday.
The Hudson from St. Louis will pass up
for Paducah this morning.
The Ella Kimbrough is now at the wharf
and when the leaves you can bet will look
like a buttwn hole bouquet.
Weather gloomy and sandwich yesterday,
a little of this and a little of that, name it
and take it.
The Chas. Morgan from New Orleans
did not report here until 9 o'clock yesterday
murning. She had the best trips ef the
seas tx 1200 tons of freight and 108 cabin
passengers, passed up for Cincinnati 9 a. m
The Ohio, of the Memphis and Ohio
River Packet Line, arrived here at noon
yesterday with a moderate trip. She will
pass the Morgan before she gets to Evrns
We forgot to mention that Mr. Stephen
McBride is now the proud father of a 12
pound boy. la the language of Jefferson,
"May he live long and prosper."
The City of Vick.burg from below was
in port about 12 hours. Sno departed for
St. Louis light.
This life is too full of work, of duty, and
of pleasure to be wasted. But everybody
don't think eo, cr they would not trifle
with a cold, or a cough, when Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, the only reliable remedy can
be procured lor 2j cents.
AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGISTS' UN
ION. BIRD MIORATIOS.
At the first congress of the American
Ornithologist' Union, held in New York
City, September 20-2S, 1883, a committee
on the Migration of Birds was appointed.
Itisthu purpose of this committee to in
vestigate in all its bearings, and to the
fullest extent possible, the subject of the
migration of birds in the United States and
British North America. The work will not
be limited to the accumulation of
records of the times of the arrival and de
parture of the diffirent species, but will
embrace the collection of all data that
might aid in determining the causes which
influence the progress of migration Jrom
season to season. For example, severe
jtcrms, gales of wind, protracted period of
unusually high or low temperature (tor the
locality and time ofyeai)are among the
atmospheric conditions that are knswn to
exert marked effects upon tho movement of
birds. The opening of the leaves and the
flowering of certain plants, with the corre
lative appearance ef a multitude of insects,
are also among the actors that have to do
with the abundance of many species.
Hence the careful registration of certain
meteorological phenomena, and of the state
of advancing vtgetation from day to day,
will constitute prominent items in the
record 'books of tho observer.
For the purpose of rendering the result
of the season's work as full and valuable as
possible, the committee earnestly solicits
the co-operation of every ornithologist,
field-collector, sportsman and. observer of
nature in North America. Indeed, a large
corps of observers is obsolutely essential to
the success of the undertaking, and the
committee hopes to receive substantial aid
from many who profess no knowledge f
ornithology. Efficient service cau be ren
dered by those familiar with only eur com
monest birds, and the committee will glad
ly accept data concerning any of the well
The committee particularly requests that
all persons who are will willing to aid in
tho work will imuiediately communicate
with the undersigned, who will furnish full
statement of plans and wishes. Address,
W. W. Cooke, Supt. Miss. Valley,
Caddo, Ind. Ter.
Mrs. F. O. Kellogg, 50 E. 80th street,
says the New York Morning Journal, wis
partially paralyzed, and lay for seven days
in convulsions. She was Unable to leave
bcr bed, and was as helpless as a child
She was induced to try St. Jacobs Oil as a
last chance. She improved from the first
application, and by its continued use, she
FRIDAY MORNING ARCH
rjAX ITRCHASRR'S NOTICE.
To John ITowley or any other person or persons
- ' v-j lUhlU('U lllk III 1 HID VI l
r.lnti) In tho county of Alexander nd stale
.f 11 In, .I I.. IA I,., .if- - n-.- - ..IJ
Y fill a-M VlAVAf.w H.IL.J . I. -. . ..fox? ...I
. iinu'iiiT, ikiu ujr m county collector ui eaiu
county, at I Ihi sonthweetcrly door of the court
house In the city or Cairo, In std connty and state,
oil the lltn duy of June, A. D. IKsi,
iuu unre pnea purclmiica the follow
ing deicrlliut real t-tntu iltuated In
Ihn ltu f ru,.H i. .i... . .
vii, iu iiiu ctiuuiT ui jivxauurr
aad .(ate ol Minol, for the taxn due and
nnnsll ika.nnn il at
nir me year a. if. iwi, 10
getlierwlth penalties! and conta; mild rual estate
mtcu in nit: name 01 joiin Jiovvjev, town;
I.ni linmherf-r! thpoa y .t u ui...i. .
. , iu iruik ii u ui iiui ru i w cir
tyoreljli), and that (he time allowed by law for
rc.icniiiuun oi ma r-i emate will expire on
mi I'm uny ui o line, A. It ISnl.
miumakl J. HOWLKT, Pflrcbaser.
Cairo, 111., March lt, A. D. lssl.
rX ITllCIIASEK'S XOTlK.
To C . K Tracer, T. nitee, and all other parties In-
Lril llini .
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate, in the county of Alexander and stale
oi iiiinoiit, nein ny tue comity collector or tiu
county, at the southwesterly door of the court
lioine in th city of Ctiro, In said connty and
state, on the lsih day of June. 1BHJ, the under
signed purclntuKd tne ri al estate hereinafter de
icribi'd, tnuated in th'' City of Cairo, county of Al
exander aad Mate of Illinois; told for the laxea
oue and unpaid therejn for the year A. 1). 1H81,
tntretherwith pmaiuei and com; raid real estate
being taxed In tne name ofC. B Tracey, Trustee,
to-wit: Lot. numbered one (1) and two (2) In block
numbered sixteen d' ) t koown and designated on
the rcord' d mnp or plat of said city, and that
the time all wed by law fur the redemption of the
raid n n estate will exnlru on tha lath day of
JOnv GATES, Purchaser.
Cairo. III., March 3rd, 18M.
rjAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To P. H Pope, In whose name sold, William A.
Mctirew, owner, and all other parlies interested:
Yoa are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate. In the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by tue coruty collector of said
county, at tue to'ithwe-terly door of the oort
bouse In the ciiyof Cairo lusaid connty and state,
on the Mb cay of June, 18J, the nndersii'ned pur
chased the leal estate hereinafter described, situ
ated in the el'y of Cairo, county of Alexander ai.d
State of Illinois; sold fur Itw taxes due at d un
paid theieon lor ttie ear A. D. 1BHI, together with
p-ualt es and cost; said real estate beiLg taxed In
the nam; of P. II. Pope, ta-wit: Lot numbered
elubl (8) In block numbered e. e'en (11) as known
sod dciguil' d on tne recorded map or plat of ta d
clly. and that the iime al owed by law for
the redemption of the said real estate will expire
on the bin diy of June. ISM.
JOHN OATES, Purchaser.
Cairo. 111., March 3 d, 184.
rAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To nuih Kidney and all other parties Interested:
Yon are hereby notified teat at a laie of real
estate, In the county of Alexander and stale
of Illinois, held by the county collector of ta d
county, at the southwesterly door of the court
bouse In the city of Cairo, in said county and
state, on the ild day of June, 18Sj, the under
signed pu'ehssed the real estute heretnaltcr de
scribed, situated in the city of Cairo, county of Al
exander aud s-a'e of Illinois; sold fonheMxes
due and unpaid thereon for tbe ear A D. 1881, tv
getner with pen titles and costs; said real estate
eing taxed In the name of Hugh Kigney, to-wit:
Lot ncmbered four (4) in block numbered twenty
nine (-"J i as known aud deslvrna-ed on the recorde-1
map or plat of said city, and that the
time allowed by law fur tbe redemption of the
said real es ate will expire on the 23d day
oi June, issi.
J W. SPIES, Puichaser
Cairo, III., March 8rd. 1881.
IJAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Taylor and Pa-sons. In whoe came sold. Mo
bile & Ohio Itatlroad Company, owners, and all
other parties interested :
You are hereby not fled that at a sale of real
estate, in the county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, held by the county collector of said coun
ty, at the southwesterly door of the court house in
tbe city of Cai'O, in said county and tta'e, orthe
l jthilayof July, 188'.!, the undersigned purchased
tbe real ts'ate hereinafter described, situated in
the city of Cairo, iiouuty of Alexander and state of
Illinois; sold tor tb taxes due and unpaid tneieon
for the year A. D. 1881. toeether with penalties and
c st; said real etnte being taxed iu tbe name of
Tavlor and Parsons, to-wit: All of Mock numbered
fUty four OA) as known and deaignated on the re
corded map or plat of said c ty, and that
the time allowed by law for the rndemP'lon
of said real estate will 'xnlreon tbe 15tn day of
July, 1MI. J. W SUES, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111,, March 3rd, ISsl.
a, a s
h rr -
n i$ 21
fiHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
TIIOS. W. HALL1UAY
JNTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. HALL1DAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BROSS, President.
II. WELLS, Cashier.
P. NEFF, VlcsPres'nt
T. J.Kerth, Ass't cash
F. Bross...MMM Cairo I William Kliite. .Cairo
Peter Neff William Wolf.... "
C. M. Osterloh....M. " I O. O. Patler,..... "
K.A. Buder II. Well '
i. Y. Clsmson, Caledonia.:
AQBERALDANKINQ BTJSIMIHS DON1.
Exchange sold andbonght. Intsrost paid li
the Hayings Department. Collections mads and
all business promptly attended to.
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rtirnlnr Ormlnntn of two msrileal
colleges, lias been lonwer engaged In the trea'.
ment of 'hroiiie, Nervoim, Klim ami
Jlloo.t Diseases than any other pbynlrlan In
riul.ouli, as clly paers show and all old resi
dents know. Consultation atotlire or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
eosts nothing. When It Is Inconvenient toylilt
the city for treatment, mrilirlnes run lie sent
by mall or expres. everywhere. Curable eases
iruarauteeil : where doubt exists It Is frankly
stated. Cull or Write,
KsitObs Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
a ft set Ions of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impnritlsi and Blood Poisoning, Kkln A flec
tions, Old Sores and I'lcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Rheumatism, Piles. Special at;
teatloa ts rases from orsr-worked brain.
Bt'BfilCAL CASKS rerelre special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Kxresses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
it is self-evident that a plivilciiiii paving
particular attention to a clan of cases allalni
irreat skill, and physicians Inrenulur practice
all over the country know In it HiN, frequently
recommend canes to the oldest oltlee to Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is resorted
to, aud the proved kooiI reinf-cllen of all
ages and countries are ued, A whole house Is
used forotllce purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a reei'iiiil manner; and, knowing
what to do, no experiments are made. On ac
count of the great number applying, the
charges are kept low, often lower than Is de
manded by others. If you secure the skill anil
fet a speedy and perfect lite cure, that Is the
inpnrtant matter. FauipUlet, k pages. Sent
to any address free.
Elegant cloth and gilt blndlni;. Sealed for M
cents In KMageor currency, uver fifty Won
derful pen pictures, true to life, articles on the
following suhjeets : w ho may marry ? who not:
why J I'rnperageto marrv. Who marry first.
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical tlecay. Who
should marrv. How life and happiness may be
Increased. Those married or contemplating
niarrvlng should read It. It ought to he read
by all adult persons, then kept under lock and
kev, l'opular edition, same as almve, but paper
cover and 200 pages, ii ceuts by wail, iu money
Iodide of Potassium Is ore of the strotieost ol the
IT Inerals n edit, medicine, atid has proilm eil n urh
snfl rir.g In tbe world. Taken for a lone time and
in tart'i! i o. us. it ui les up too vni-tric. luictw. Im
pairs dlt'estinn, the slomaeh refuses f.od, aid the
patient declines iu lira lb and weight I'l rrona
with Illnod or M,ln 1 lseases should be careful how
th'-y lake tdese mineral pultons, as n most In
stances the effect of Hum m to almost permsnent
ly Impair the con"tHuilou To tako t ie p.nce o
these pois ms we offer vou a sa e. mrc, prompt a"d
pe-manent relief from your troubles, i-wift's isue-
ciflc is entirely a vegetable preparation, and ilia
easy to coLvlnce you of its merit.
I hava cured permanently Rlooi Taint In the
thir l generation by the ue of Swift's peclfic, af
ter I had most sig allv fai'ed with Mercury aud
Potash. F. A. TOU.MER, 41 .D , Perry, Ua,
A young man requests mc to trnnk yon Tor h!s
cure of Blood I'o'son bv the tic of Sw ift's Specific
after all other t caiment hud fal id.
JO.s. JACoBS, Druist, Athens, Oi.
TRIED nOT SriUNV.S TWO TEARS WITHiiVT
Mo-curial Rbeurrsitiera made me a cripple. Af
ter trviriff the snrlnirn two v nr . and ihe Merftnrv
and Potash treatment until 1 a a skeletou and
unable to do anything, 1 was pr vailed upon to
iae a course oi h. is. tj. Ai:er lauuig tnree not
ties my aopctlte began lo ImproM", nm I eiilued
neen rapidly. Vhen I had taken twelve butiles I
felt s well asl ever did. It Is now twelve months
since I took S S. S. My health and appetite nre
goon, ana i am atue to attend to an tne m s'ness l
can get. CHAS. BERU,
Hot Springs, Jan. 1. 13-3
"I'CT ME fQCAKE ON' MY FEET."
1 welve months sno I was uersnaded to try S. S.
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