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ill ft DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOUNINU MARCH 23, 1881.
1'or the Cure ct Conn lis, Colds.
Hoarseness, Ilronchitis.Croiip, Influ
enza, Asthma, Vhooping Cough, Inch-lent
Consumption aiil f r il.c re
lief of cons inn rit ivo persons in advan
ced stages of the Di. e.fe. l'or ale
y all Drti;,'
-Trice, 25 Ccnts.S
Rick ITr'i'"ho and rdicfo all the trouble Inci
dent to a bilinus Hutu of the svsb m, i h as J);z
rinesa, Nawwa, l)rowwnes, bistn-as after ratii.g,
Pain in, the Hide, Ac. White their mottruiiari
I able success has L a shown in curing
t.iluablo ia t oimiip.ion, ctir;og and jiiw.iiU.i
tliia srinojtnjj eutr.plaint, vhiie th-y wao corrT.l
a'l disorders d? ll.o fouia c(i, p jnulato th liv-r
juid iiiiulu'.c U.e Uwt !. i;,. n it t:e y only eurul
Arh thry troriM bo:-rr.6l! pr'.Cf to tV,e WtO
rfr.m t.e i:.-.trcw.:i; cmipU:tit ; bat for'.u
tiriteiy their ','wKiiicsi".o-n not end So re, and tho-i
VbobDi a try ttemtOI Had tb.e little rails vdtt
a'.lein 0i;iinYway4thtth'7 Willm'tlo wiu-e
to do w.Uioli tivtu. Hut fcfttr ail stele !uai
Is 1Se:?.e f f so rriany Uv s fust re re w Vtero w.
n.i.ko our pru 1imw Our I'.Ui cu: it t..J
OlIl'TSliOE't. , .
tiiu r's Lit'! L'-'f r:" tr" vry Frr.ni! and
Yryi,y to taV' (n.'ff.M !..!: l. .awi & do-.
TL' a'O str.ctiv t.:' svl du ' pr- tr
tnr)r,b-.UytM-.rp"tii '-"2 I "''c :?
l-ctriem. fiO il'.'t J ':.: flv-I -r f I. tj.i
ty dru,;iat ovtfyfc t-rt, r tit! by t.a.I.
CAKTIIi MIMCINE CO., New York.
'Too rlalm too
mnrli f .r Samaui-
'' Wl tan MltVlSB,-,
T. IfirW "3 can one i::i- ;:ci!.c t0
H-vi Irjmy, tNiipia,
i" A I r n h n 1 1 k 111 ,
(Ipluni I'minir l!hrnmatiiin, r'iinii:ir
rliir, or Tminal Venkni na, uml lil'tr mlii r
rompliilut" W claim it a fK-ifr, mm
t.lv, Iwcaut- thfl Virus cf ail i!i"i':i ' :ir.-i from
thbblnod. ItxN rviniJi.-olviiii,A!!i ratoai.d
l.ixative tinii'TticiTurfiaililieciiniiiiiuLj hvtvM
rvftrrtd t'. Ifa lcnpynfrt' tri.fe cH
Itiiuii-laaiid icimj.ii..i n tin; jinti. iii ri-a l.y tiifl
liitrrKlactinn of oj.iat.- nn.l t!r:il'n- c;lli:irtir, but
by the restoration "f activiirM the tMmiichniiil
norvotia T-icm. wbep-br tfic brain ! riievod
of morbid f.nilc, which e;o created by t'.io
caiices alwve reftrrvil t.i.
To Clr;rmfn, l.inv.wr'. men, M-r-
Chanta, llai.Wi-rn. I-adirs and all tW V"'1"
cntary employment c.-u?i i in nom i)riitrati!n,
Irn'eubiritic of tl;o blood, Hornaeh. b.nvi !a ct
kiilnfTSorwhorfqniro a ncrvi-totiicappctiirror
atimuUnt, SuitaS Neiivins ii li.v.-liial 1c.
Thuasanrt, pmclaim It tlie mo-t wonderful inviL:
onint tint over mMnined tlio aiuiar.g fjsU'in.
fl.W. KolilbynllI)rupBil. il'
Vnrt"'tim')ii!''''finil clm,i"r 1 stn"1"'.
521 i:, c. a. c:., r:.i-3
' ST. JOSEi'iC. 110.
Lor.!, Slim! ;n'nir:li A o , Ii c e-", 111.
THE VEST TillSG KXOIVX
In Hiti-J or of IIol or I'otJ W&icr.
civr LAHOK, TIMi: rtml SOAt A?IAZ
INOl.Y. an- "i" 1 .iv. r-..l ii..i.l.i.-ti..l. Nc
lumiiy, ncU or ,K,r. stu-uld U' wi-.nout
Sold by all (..- li:W1HJ;' ""''f'
ONI V VaKH lnlinr Kfivniit c-ti'l1"1""!,
Hj bfi'irn ti;u abovo symbol, atui i!;'.uiu ul
J.VUliS I V1.K. M-W YtkKit.
THE BtST REMtDY IN THE WUKLOFOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES Peculiar to ttiviaLts.
Tt Is n Spec lie for the run' of I'lillinir of the
Womb, l.i'in'orrhuM, 1'iiin intlio B:x-k, l'niiiful
(irSupprosscd Mi'iistruulion, 1- looiliiiK, l ainl
inif Si'ii.'talloiis, end nil the viiil-d troiiblon nt
tondiiiK the pcrind know n ;is Chauira of Lllo.
MERRELLS FEf?lALE TO'rliC tone
mid (STIU'iNGTH totlic I'.TK.niNK V vscnoxa,
excltliiR lii'idtliy artlon, and rcstoriuj! tlvrin to
tlielr iiurniiil condilloti. Ills pli'ii-nnt to tlio
tilSto, .MAY ISICTAKRS AT ANY TI.MH, lllld lit
truly a "UTother's Friend." ( for fui lhcr ad
viiMre:ul Mcrii'llN Aliuunau.l lull directions
with piipIi bottle. Ii leo, l.i)i). I'r-parcd bv
.. JACOB S. MKRRELL, St. Louia, Ho.
r Old by ml LruguWis una Downs in Medlvme.
i iver ztm
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: XO. "il OHIO LKVKK.
01 FUJI At, t'AfK it of ALU WNJJKll COUNTY,
Mt',l;i;i AT TUB CAIICO I'OKTOrKICB KOU
' l.A.ShMIt-ION TIIHOl iill TUB MAIf,H AT
fiKCO.ND CLASS It.VTKH.
TIil' Iron Mountain road continues to
run its i';m.'aer tr.'iibi fruui thu Union
Depot clear to thu, other end of the line.
It u thought ly tlio ii;rin:r3 Unit the
I'H si'nt rise in thu river3 will not in'crrupt
U trdiu'i, as the einb tnkinent Iiuh beeu
ni'tde linn mid r .tined whcio it wns too low.
Furmors in the 'Tyi 1 .1 e'' statt d wf the
west are buil'iiny tlieiiiiLlves "cyclone
pils" lur'u t-Doul. to accouiuioduto ft whole
family. The pit is mitde about twenty feet
deep, with an opening about ten feet
e'l'iire. Heavy timbers tire placed over
the top, about lour feet below the mrface,
anJitis then covered over with erth,
which is iooinllie i down even with the
res. An ope:ii;iej tlirea feet Equuie a left
in tint southwestern section.
Mt. Vernon News: "The Federal and
St.ite ollke-holdeta had a conultition in
S;ir'uiL;!ii:l 1 1 ,st week. The conllidiuj in-
tere-.lj of IlimiiUi, and Olusl-y is crea'ii)';
discord. Loo.,u j runuinif tho Federal
ofllce holders in the intenst of Oelshy,
and t!ie S.:te oiliee iioldi r.s ui'i.t work for
11 uniitoii or 1 fl g.) tlieir hea ls. The ques
tion is hriiiiio; wh.thir the Felernl olliee
lu'lders will not Ii ive their Lends chopped
oil by Arihur if Ihey do not ceiso working
in t!.j iiiierest of Lo-u'i. The tinu is brief
ai 1 the Gdit is carried 0:1 with vior. But
tlie D in tcruts lo.'k on cirnol icem y and
re utik, "G) it o'.d wunivi, ' it bmr,"
I:!erf.-tinir petitions were Friday tiled
a'diiit the Tcxas ct St. L 'Uis Hiilway
C'iii; 'iny in t i to United States Circuit
Court, for m iteruU fumishe l by E. E.
Souther & Bro., L)ra.-.s Foundry and Mi
dline Works.; II. II, Eiiiott, French
Spiril Spring C iinpa y ; G.den;i Oil Works;
A. Fr-iicii & Co, Western Steam Fore
atidT-ol Wi.rks; A. McDormld & Dm.,
Sie-.;i ji-iugu and L 'intern C'omptny; Signal
0.1 Works, and Chou'ei'i, ll.rrsm Si
Va le Iron C inp.ny. .Judj" Treat fn
nounctd, i:. rei'enei ce t o tlo.--e inVvStijt.tiny
cliiuii, th..t yesterdny he desir-d nil the ut
torneys r pre'cinritftl.un to be present in
cour", h c-it iin point, w-,u!d b.j r;:ud.
It isprobiblo that thesn c'uinis wrri; re
l'i rre 1 to a inas'i-r for liii ref ort.
W. A. La'vrer.cc, tie: m.i'i who ob-t.-iitied
1 1 00 lro:ii Sol Silver some' dajs
ugo, by presenting nn order purp iiting to
h'iv been signed by Mr. ljirn;.t!i, ii guilty
of nr.otner simiiar elf' use, in whicii he
us. d ti.e name of Mr. M. E islnd iv with
like nurpoie. Liwrei.ce is a O'-nsioner of
;h G 'Vi runiMr, drawing $0 per month
There wns t'x nioiidis' i- iision d.ie him
which he lud engaged .Mr. Eisteidaytt
lraw for him. I'ut a Tesv days ago he
mad'! out an order for f35, signed it with
'dr. E s'erd iy's name and pies.ntel it to
Mr. K. I 'iis for pa; men t. Mr. Jones ad-'
vine d ; on toe order, but discovered
soon ;.l'' r thit the order was not tod, and
(lie matter .vis c imprmniscd by L iwrtnce
giving Jones a oeuuine order on Mr. E int
erlay, the amount to ! held by the latter
out of the pension money due Lawrence.
The compromise woul I, 01 course, not
stt.il ks a br t the proscution of the
criminil, attd it will jnli.bly not bo per
mitted to do s if Liwrence is ever cap
Xothingso itritttes a b.jastful, cmciet
ed, self-snlf-itnt, yet ambitious, little ward
bummer and pot house politician, as to
have it intimated that he has little or uo
"Fii.i.ooecne." "I:illoc nee'' is his stock-in-trade,
just as much ns leather is to the
cobler and he buys and sells it as any stock
man does cattle. Call him a coiruptionist,
a political trickster, a pitifuil, persistent
bcggir for Government "pap" or party
"ham," an insane bidder for cheap
notority, a dissolute pandercr to
th j dissolute, the daily associate
of criminals ol all classe3, proprietor of
their favorite trysting place and participa
tor in their lawless revels charge him
with all these infamous things and, though
lie must know he is guilty of them all, he
will never wince. But intimate ever so
gently ;hat lie can't deliver the chatties he
ingeniously offers to sell, and you stab him
in a vitafspot; he will turn upon you with
all the veuoin of 11 viper, and seek to tear
you limb from limb.. Whenever a political
party is helplessly in the grasp of such
barnacles, si'ch puny political pirates, it
h doomed it ought to go down without a
groan, hnpiug only lor tho chari'yof the
world's silence a'ter its death.
No clue to the rascals who burglar
ized tho Lame residence had been discov
ered up to hint night. The fellow who
attempted it was doubtless an experienced
hand at such business. Such
fellows when about to "work
their lay," always watch thu offi
cers and are sure that the coast is clear
before beginning. Officers who have long
beats and large districts to watch over labcr
under the greatest disadvantage in such
cases and cau easily bo eluded. It is very
probable that this fellow left town as soon
as he could, or went under cover somewhere,
waiting to seo what clue to his identity
will be discovered. As it is, tho officers are
completely at a loss to know where to be
gin. It is known that tho burglar was a
man with whisker, ami i-kkhaiv, a bruiwe
on tho head, all traces, of which would
disappear in a few days and that is all.
Tim discovery of any certain man upon
Btich a clue, in a populous city, would re
quire, it seems, moro than human agency.
Our city is as well watched, both night
and day, as could bo expected from the
number of men on tho force, aud it can not
bo said that any of tho officers aro not
attentive to duty, and faithful in its dis
charge. This burglary is the only 0110 of a
serious nature that has occurred for a lony
time, and it brings vividly to mind a series
of successful burglaries some years ago,
when fifteen or twenty residences wero
robbed of large quantities of silverware,
kitoheiiuruiturc, and produce and victuals,
and the perpetrators were never found.
The recent affair miht have proven much
more serious than it did it might have
resulted in a murder. As it is, comparative
ly little harm was done and it will servo as
a pretext for ridding the city of every sus
picious character in it.
Hon. F. E. Albright continues to tread
the Democratic congressional mill of this
district wall untiring zeal, and so far as
the press is concerned, there is ns yet no
iudication th it lie has any opposition. Ytt
every ccunty in the district could fjrnish a
good man for the place. Union county has
Judge M.C. Crawford, Randolph county has
Wm. Ilartzell, Perry county has Capt.
Murphy, Johnson ha.s W. A. Spann, Pu
laski has Dr. Cscy, Williamson has James
Washburn, Alexander has Judgo W. IT.
Green or, may we not at least dare to
hope, II m. T. W. Ilalhday. Wo might
also mention Hon. Wm. Barr, of Mr. Al
bright's own county, and who has been a
man of prominence iu Southern Illinois
politics for a number of years. Any of
these gentlcnun, including Mr. Albright,
of cnir,e, wouH represent tho Twentieth
d. strict with ability. With such a cata
logue if eligible gentlemen, the Democracy
of hs district needs not be at a loss for a
representative, and probably will not be
when the time to make a selection comes.
With so much good material before it, the
convention cim not possibly make an un
wis3 choice; therefore, we are inclined to
let tilings take their course until the con
vention shall have acted.
Barton fails to discover the "trick" in
the resolution (Here 1 jn the committee by
theinnoje.it tool of tlio anti-Thomas fac
tion, providing tor hoi ling the Republican
Congressional Convention on the 2Sth of
this month. We will explain again. The
resolution itself does uot reveal the trick,
but it was a necessary prerequisite to the
proper accomplishment of it. Hal
th'i resolution pissed, it w-mll have gone
abroad that the convention of the 29th
woul I only select 'delegates and alternates
to the Chicago Convention, Laving the
nomination of a candidate for Conircss to a
future convention. Under this impression
it was hoped the Thomas faction would
rest i-aay, waiting quietly until the date for
thvj other convention that was to nominate
a candidate for Congress should bo C.ved,
be!" re working up the cause of their favo
rite. It was expected that they would go
into the c invention of the 28th prepared
for no other work thm t select delegates
to tlio Chicago Convention; but this work
accomplished, the anti -Thomas faction
would h iva su 1 lenly sprung the subject of
nominating a candidate for Congress; they
would all have been prepared for the de
mm neat ; thc-y would have been secretly at
work all the time, would have had their
candidate already selected, their forces
counted and marshalled, and the manner
of proceduro in the convention all cut and
dried. The whole business would have
been railroaded through before the opposi
tion could have recovered from the first
shock of bewilderment, and when they did
"awake they would have found themselves
bound and gagged with a full-fledged Re
publican caudidate for Congress staring
them in the face. It was a bold under
taking, and we don't blame Barton tor re
fusing to believe it. But wo know that it
was planned and that it would have been
attempted had that resolution passed. We
know this, we say, for the whole diabolical
scicme was revaaled to us by ax asti
Tiiom.vs MEMBER of the committee,
several days before tho" committee met in
the parlors of The Halliday here.
For some days pnst tho St. Louis &
Cairo passenger trains have been running
from the Uuion Depot only to a short dis
tance above tho city, where they were
stopped by water, the passengers trans
ferred iu skiffs to another train in waiting
on the other side, and continued on to St,
Louis. The passengers would be set down
on a little tidgo near Porter's farm, in or
der to reach which the train had to pass
through a little pond of water. This pond
has daily grown deeper, and the fire-boxes
of the engines had to bo raised in order to
prevent the water from putting out the
tires. Everything went along swimmingly
until Fiiday morning, when the water
again claimed complete victory of tho little
road. The several trips through tho pond
beforo that had been fraught with danger,
and as the engine approached the poDd
Friday morning tho engineer told the
fireman to place his foot firmly against tho
furnaco door, because, if tho water touched
tlio furnace, there would be an explosion
ami probably much damage to the engine.
Tho fireman did as requested and tho en
gine went ahead. Tho engine had ad
vanced but a short distance into tho pvnd
when the anticipated event occurred. The
water rushed into the fire-box, extinguish
ing tho.fiio and causing an instantaneous
formation of st-am, which forced the fur
nace door open, throwing tho fireman back
and covering him with hot ashes and coals
which burned him seriously. Tho engine
stopptd in the middle of the pond and could
not bo made to go further. Capt. Williams
procured tho tug Maud Lilley to pull the
engine to dry land, but the tug hadn't
power enough, and tho job was abandoned
for the timo beia. The nassencers were
transferred by tho tug, and tho enine will
orobably be gotten out again to-day or to
morrow. We can not help admiring tho
determination of Capt. Williams and com
pany to prevail over old Jupiter Pluvius,
and wo sincerely condole with them in
their defeat. It is to bo hoped, however,
that the indomitable Captain will not con
tinue his fcti uggle, against fate will grace
fully submit to the inevitable, for with
this experience staring 113 in tho face, we
are satisfied, if he and Lis company aro
not, that a railroad engine can't swim
worth a copper, snd that tho only way to
run a railroad through a slough is to ele
vate tho thing elevate- tha tracks above
high water mark.
When Howard wrote: "I find a pity
bangs upon his breast," the fellow had
evidently a cold, and had not yet been in
formed that Dr. Bulls Cough syrup was
the only safe remedy.
"N. I. L."-"ON DECK" AGAIN.
Cairo, III., March 21st, 1881.
To whom it may concern : A regular
meeting of the "N. I. L." was held Thurs
day, March 2ht.
It was resolved to present the play, "A
Scrape with Papa," some time during the
month of April. Most ot the parts were
For further particulars call "at the office
of S'ot Bluff.
Mr. Henry J. Noblt, of Gouverneur, New
York, suffered for twenty-five years with
rheumatism in the right hip, he applied St.
Jacobs Oil, the conqueror of paiD, and ex
perienced great relief. By its continued
me be was completely cured.
"Hough on Coughs,"
Ask for "It )Ugh on Coughs," for couah",
co ds, sore throat, hoarseness, troches, 15c.
Decline of Man.
Nervous, weakness, dyspepsia, impotence,
sexual debility, cured by "Wells' Health
Mother Swaa's Worm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, cathartic; for fever-
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tfueKien's Arnica salve
The Beet Salve In the world for Cuts,
L'-iuises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
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.'") cents per box. Fur sale by Barclay
An Atswer Wanted,
Can any one bi iuo us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitters
will not speedily cure? We say they can
not, as thousands of cases already perma
t.ently cured and who arc daily recommend
ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Blight's
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complaint quickly cured. They purify the
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ly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guar
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Thirteen Years' Dyspepsia.
"I suffered with dyspepsia for 13 years."
writes John Albright Esq., ot Columbus,
Ohio. "Samaritan Nervine cured me," As
it always cuies such disorders. At drug
gists. A rivulet bearimr along impurities de
posits them in the little eddies and where
evcr the current is impeded or broken.
The blood, bearing poisonous acids, de
posits them wherever the circulation is
difficult and broken as around tho join's
You can mollify the pain that ensues by
ointmeuts; but you cannot cure rheumatism
till you expel the poison from the blood
mid system remove the cause. This is
the mission of Athlophoros. Mrs. S. A.
Pease, of Nevada, Ohio, writes: "My friend
suffered indescribably from rheumatism for
four months. Had it been the Lord's will
she would gladly have died. It is remark
able what two bottles of Athlophorog has
done for her. She seems like herself
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
,. A, Tawncy, Esq., a leading attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for niore than three years, I take great
p'eairo in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It has never failed to euro the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves tho pain in tho chest."
Trial bottles of this sure euro for all
throat and lung diseases may be had free
at Barclay Brws' drug store. Largo size.
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along tho lire of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ttxas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres ot too choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in nricu from
$2.00 to $300 and 4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and mako up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is CO per cent larger than that of
1883. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. 0. Townhend, Gen'I Tass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo. 1
''Maryland, My Maryland."
"I'retly wives aud
Lovely dim jjhu rs."
"My farm lies in a rather low and mias
matic situation, and
"Was a very pretty b'.ondu!"
Twenty years ugo, became
"Withered and aged!"
Beforo hero time, from -
"Malarial vapors, though she mado no
particular complaint, not being of the
grumpy kind, yet caused mo great uneasi
ness. "A short timo ago I purchased your
remedy for the childreu, w ho had a very se
vere attack of biliousness, and it occurred
to me that tho remedy might help my
wife, as I found that our littlo girl upon re
"Her sallowttcss, and looked as fresh as
a new blown daisy. Well the story is soon
told. My wife to-day has rjained her old-
time beauty with compound interest, and
is now as handsome a matron (if I do say
it myself) as can be found in this county,
which is noted for pretty women. And I
have only Hop Bitters to thank for it.
."The dear creature just looked over my
shoulder aud says, "I can flatter equal to
the days ot our courtship, ard that re
minds me there might be more pretty
wives if my brother farmers would do as I
have done. '
Hoping you may long bo spared to do
good, I thankfully temain,
Most truly yours,
C. L. JA.UE4,
Beltsville, Prince George Co., Md
May 20th, 1 883.
Carter's Little Liver Pills will positively
cure sick headache and prevent its return.
This is not talk, but truth. One pill a dose.
lo be had of ail dniLTgistJ. See advertise
Something for all the Preachers.
Rev. II. II. Fairall, 1). I), editor ot the
o.va Methodist, says editorially; in the No
vember (IS.Sj) number of his paper: We
have tested the merits ot Ely s Cream Balm,
and believe that, by a thorough course of
treatment, it will cure almost every case of
catarrh. Ministers, as a class, are ufllicted
with head and throat troubles, and catarrh
seems more prevalent than ever. We can
not recommend Ely's Cream Balm too high
ly." Not a liquid nor a snuff. Applied to
nostrils with the fincrer.
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A reenlnr Orrulunm of two miMlcal
colleges. Inn been lonuer enir.icc.l In the treirt
jiii'iit of Chronie, Nervnun, Hkiu ami
Ulooil lilsea"e, than any other physician In
bt. LmiKaiclty papers show ami nil oM re'sl
'lentknow. Consultation at oillee or by mall,
free anil Invfte.t. A Irleinlly talk orhli opinion
ti3ts noililiiB. When it It Inconvenient to visit
the city for treatment, nn-. m ines can be sent
by malt or expres, everywhere. Curable case,
guaranteed : where doubt exists U U frankly
stated. Call or Write.
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