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JEOKOI: IIALUISON LEACH, M. I).
1 PHYSICIAN SURGEON.
!ltiJ intention (ni to the Homeopathic treat
tin hi of surreal dii-am 9. uuvl Oo'ti uf wuim-D
UFHlK-On H:h trw, oi i.cto the I'oi-t-dflScf,
)H. J. K. STMON0,
12 'J Oiriinmirtl Ave., ',iir., 11!.
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J G. PAItSONS, M. 1)..
OCULIST AND AULIST.
Oi"KirE l:y Dn: S;oiu, t'urboiiilft'.u, I!.
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft Imttntn. Ft stHvo. Capacity 1'rice.
6 x il 1150 824.00
0 x i ICO 2.00
7 x M 2000 32.00
7 x !) 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2M H 4-0.00
Tlutnu tanks are made of CI.KAH CYI'KKSS, 1lrj
tmli' H i tiit-k, si'euiely boupeil uil are WATtU
TIlillT.- Ibi'jr art
Shipi)Ctl wliolc : 1 1 itl tiro well bivx't-d
to jitevnt tliolr liitui: racktd or l'rukeii In hand
ling, Estim ites Jufnb-liid lor
'l'ltuks of any Hizo.
A. UIGCJS .V; 3Mit)S.,
217 Delord SI., New Urleane, La.
The best remedy in the world for the cure
OF ALL DISEASES Peculiar to FEMALES.
"- It laaspocillciortliccureot Fulling of tlm
Womb, Louci.n bu,i, 1'aln In tin) H.ick, l'lilnlul
orSuijiresoed Mt'iistniallnil, ritiiidlni;, Falnl
iiiK Ht'.iisat lonw, ami all the viu li il irntildi's at
tending llic liorlod known as Change of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC tonk
nnil STlli;N(!TH tnlhu Ltk.kink Fi n'tionk.
rxoltlnp hfiilthy lU'llint.unil tcttoriiiK thetn to
their uiinnal I'ondltlon, It Is jdeanant lo tlio
tiiste, MAY UK. T A KKN AT ANY TIMK, tlllll U
truly ft "Mother's Friend." k'nr funlier nil
vleo read Mrrrell n Alinanao.l Villi directions
with each Ixiltle. 1'rleo, Sl.no. rrppared lv
JACOB S. MKRRELL, St. Louis, fto.
NU by ail 1i uulsta uml Ueau-isin Mcilicinc.
Tint u.'iu it fciiMilitie, in any I'm in. uputi
prfiniei s wUti; tli; buililii)'' or its coiiteuts
urf covered by in.sutuncc, forfeits ilio iiisar
ance uiiluss u x;rinit U prodiiud froiu the
company or agent who issued the policy.
ir. ii. Candke.
Wtl.Li & KfcltTU.
Clnxim iiam k Yoclm.
lm M. J. lluwi.tv.
Flies, roaches, antd, lied-bu's, rat.", mice,
gophers, cliipinuuks, cleared out ly "Kouli
oti Ktii." I3cu.
A Stiirtliiiif Discovery,
Mr. Win, Johnuot), of Huron. Lhk.. writes
lliat hid wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for nmuy yeurB, anJ that all
renn.-ilis tried gave no eiumnent relief,
iitnil he procured a Lottie of Dr. Kind's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
hiuI Cold.'., which had a inuyirnl ell'ect, and
produced a iieriimneut cuio. It is guaran
teed to cure ail Disees' of Throat, Lungs,
or liiouchial Tuhes.
Trial li lilts Freo tit Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5;
If you are failini,'; broken, worn out and
neivotic, uie "Wells' Health Reuuwcr." $1.
HucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in t lie world for CutH,
BruiHf!', Sores, Ulcers", Salt Rheum, Fever
Sorts, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coriisi, and u,l Skin Kruptions. and positively
cures Piles. It is juaninteed to yive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
v" cents j'er box. For sale by Uarchty
Very lieniarkabk' Ili-covt'ry.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile has been almost
helpless for live years, to helpless that she
C'iu:d not turn over in bed alone. Sbcu-ed
trt'o bottk-s of r.iectric Bitters, and is so
much improved, tint she is able now to do
htr own work."'
Electric Hitters will do ail th-U is ci timed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curitive powers. Only fifty
C':Ms a bottle at Barclay Bros. (;)
If you iire lo.-dn, your crip on life, try
"U'i iia' Ile'iith Henewir." Goes direct to
Teak spots. 3i
Wad-ii villi:, Ii.l August ;'0th, IS:;.
Alter the bir'h of my first child my
recovery w as very slow, and it seemed to
me that I should never get well figain.
The doctois w ho treated me did not seem
to understand my cise, or if they did, were
unah!? to rertore ir." to my fmnier health.
I L'rew weaker and poorer for months and
thougbt I should dio. Finally I wis in
dure I to try Meircli's Female ' Tonir, and
to my j ,y and surprise I found myself get
ting stronger almost from the first dose, and
after u-ir.g one bottle I was as strong and
as well eve r before. Respectfully,
Mus. Matt ie A. Mcl'niKL.
Malarii is caused by Torpid Liver;
i'l.ea i-y CotiMipation; Headache by Indi
gestion. Avoid them all by using the great
vegetable remedy, Allen's' Hilious Physic
25 ecu's. At nil druggist. 7
If you are tired takinir the Isrire old-
f.ishioned giiping ills try Carter's Little
I.iv.'r IMis Hl.il take Huiiiii nomt'urt. A innn
can't stand ever) tiling. One pill a dij.se.
They Will Stutlj Find" You.
They are looking for t'u everywhere.
Drafts of air in unexpected places, going
from hot room to cool ones, carelessnes?
in changing clothing: In short anything
which onds in a "ciitnmon crld in the
head." Unless arrested this kind of cold
becomes seated iu the u.ncou.s membrane
of the head. Then it is Catarrh. In any
and all its stages this disease always yields
to Ely's Cre-.m Bilm. Applied to the nos
trils with the linger. Safe, agreeable, cer
tain. Price fifty cents.
Time to Stop It.
It's too bad, Sir or Madam, 'but don't L'et
fti'ditcned. Your hairis fall in-' otl' tint's
certain. A (.dance in the mirror, or an in
vestigating committee of fingers tell the
dismal story. We won't discuss the possi
ble cause. It is enough that Parker's Hair
Ba'.s .ni used now will prevent further de
struction. Is your hair somewhat gray,
too, and crisp' Alas, yes. The Balsam
will give back the original color, softne-s
and gloss. Not a dye, not oily, elegantly
perfumed, n perfect dressing.
Advice to Motliers.
Arc you disturbed at night aud br-.ken
of your rest by a sick child su He ring nnd
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little suil'erer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrlura, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gumsi, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone nnd
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 2'i cents a bottle.
Cheap Homos in Arkansas ami Texas.
Along the lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific. Railway and International mid
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the wot Id, ranging in price from
$'.'.00 to :100 and $4.00 ' per acre, in n
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity ami comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind t: go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
f:r 188!) Is 00 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rclmto is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the- Companies lines.
II. C. Townskno, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
(JAIUO ' HJAAHlVi WIlDNKSDAV MORNING JULY 1.), ; i 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL, I'M' Rlt UK AI.EXANUKlt COUNTV
fc.MhHKll AT TUB CA1KO 1'OHTOKKICK Foil
1 HANSMISSION Til UOIHIll I'll li MAtU AT
HKCONU CLASS ItATF.S.
Seigeunt Ray's report for thia weather
district yesterday gave us a low barometer
at all out the cx'retne northwestern points,
with a clear sky clear, fair and clouds in
spots. The thermometer ranged between C7
aud 88. Rain was reported as follows: La
Crosse, .1 1 of bii inch ; St. Louis, .08 ; Mem
phis, .118; New Orleans, .11; Little Rock,
The rain fall at this point, during the
twenty-four hours endingyesterday evening
was the heaviest of all, 1.14 inches.
Tn k Blt.luttn thermometer stood as
follows at the diiTereut hours of the day
given in the diagram below :
A DiiiiireroiB Case.
Rochestf.h, June 1. rsJ. "Ten
Year ii 1 was attacked with mil most
liitei.ee aad ceathly puiiis in my hack and
"Extending to the eud of uiv toes and to
"Which made me delirious!
'"It took three men to hold me on my
bed at times!
"The I). ctors tried in v.tin to relieve me,
but to no purpose.
Morphine and other opiates!
"Ha I no ttfect!
"Aff.r two months I was given up to
"When my wife
heard a neighbor tell what Hop Hitters had
lone for her, she at once got uud gave me
some. J he first dose eased my bruin and
seemed to go hunting through my sys'ein
for the pain.
The (econd dofe eaiied me o much thHt I
sleU two huum. mnicthina I had uot doue for two
miirittn. li.fore I bad used tre bottle, I was
w id! and at work a hard' any man could, for
owrtiiroe weens; n it i worked too liard for niv
Fircuirin, hi.a toitmi; a utirj eoiu, i was takeu with
tiu- mo.t acntii and painful rhtumatlf in all
mronirn my pyMem ;nat ever wan known.
"1 talitd The doctors again and alter several
wetKj.tneyii.it me a cr!pieon crnrch' foriife,
a triti' f aid. I met a friend and told him my ca.
iim ii : tain nuii inner!, natj cureu nirn an'i wouiu
f:urw me. i ywtufn at Loin, nut he f a to earuvflt
I w a induced to try rhem airaln.
In Its; than lour weeks 1 threw away tuv cratch
es and went to work iiL'hCy and kept on eelns the
hitters for five week,', until I became eu wull a
'iy man living, and Lave been to for six ycara
It has also cured my wife, who had been
sick for years; and has kept her aud my
children, well and healthy with from two
to three bottles per year. There is no need
to be sick at all if these bitters are used.
J. J. Bkuk, Ex-Supervisor.
' Thrt poor invalid wife.
"Can be made the pic'ure of health !
"with a few bottles of Hop Hitters!
"Will you let them suffer V
Fgr"No!ie enuln j without a bnnch of green
llopf on the wh'to label. Shun all the vle pois
onous shift' with "Mop" or "llop"' In their namt.
A Transparent l Vnce.
Every person who has been to Oak
land ou the narrow gauge route since
the new depot was opened has, no
doubt, noticed the high fencing that
separates the wnjon road on the trestle
work from the railroad tracks. A few
weeks ago it was discovered that by
looking out the windows of the cars
nnd steadily at the fence a full view of
Oakland, the surrounding hills, tho
vessels ou tho creek, and even tho sea
wall, wdiich is comparatively low,
could be distinctly seen. Inquiry dis
closed the fact that the fence was only
transparent during certain hours of the
day that is, ono can only see through
it when the fence is in tho shadow of
tho cars, and that when tho sun was
shining on it was simply a big board
fence, shutting out tho view from that
side. Tho fenco itself was inspected.
It is constructed of half-inch boards,
and is closely built, tho boards being
only about an eighth of an inch apart,
and the only way that the matter can
be accounted for is that the cracks are
all run into ono.
It is tho samo principle that pre
vents a person from seeing the spokes
on the big wheel of a bicycle that is be
ing driven fast and which enables ono
to see clear through the wheel as if it
were a largo hoop. Sun Francisco
Ho Did It.
When tho panic was at its worst, and
excited men wero asking of each other
what bank would bo the next to go, tho
Wall Street Kan says, ho walked
Calmly down Nassau street rubbing
his hands and chuckling:
"Ah! wasn't 1 lucky; wasn't I just
"You must havo bnen short whon
this thing set in," observed an aciiuain
"No, sir; hadn't a dollar in stocks."
"Then what luck do you refer to?
Did you just escape buying beforo tho
"Not an escape. No, sir; I am con
gratulating myself that I was cleaned
out of $70,00) inn salted silver miuo
six months ngo, and havo nothing to
lose now. I just hit, it rich, nnd , no
mistake. Pleaso put mo on tho back,
nnd call mo good boy,"
i "" 111 -
w . r . ..amiidin, river editor of Hiti i.ktin
and uti-aruhuat passenger aient. Orders for all
Klndnof meamlioat j0, priminj; nollclted. Otllco
o ourimcaii lluiel. ;o. ,3 'JUlo levtf .
SIAOKS OK TUB MVKil.
r marked bv tho oain'u at tin's
P'i't, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 21 feet 8
inches. Pall (hiring
four hours, 8 inches.
CliattunoogH, July 13.
-River .3 feet 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 13. River 8 feet 9
inches and fallni".
Louisville, July 13. River
.3 feet 4.
inch and falling.
Nashville, July 13. River 4 ft .3
es and falling.
Pittsburg, July 1.3. River 1 foot
clws and falling.
St LouisJuly 15. River 17 ft 8 inch
es and rising.
The Gus Fowler is the regular mail
packet due at 2 p. m. daily, Sundays ex
cepted. Passengers going to St. Louis by
rail who come down on the Fowler and can
take the Iron Mountain train which leave9
here 7:40 p. in. for St. Louis. This is de
cidely the iuo3t pleasant route to St. Louis
as this train carries a sleeper.
Trie towboat Alice left here last evening
for St. Louis.
The Buckeye State from Cincinnati pass
ed up for Memphis last night. She had
a go-id trip.
Business ou the wharf yesterday was ter
The U. P. Schenck has laid up for the
summer at Cincinnati.
The Paris C. Brown kaves Cincinnati
Saturday for New Orleans.
Hob Jones, the freight nun of tho Big O.
Line, leaves here next week to spend tho
summer months in Florida. We always
knew that Hjb was a summer coou.
The Arkansas City is due here this even
ing from St. Louis for Yicksburg.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Shawueetowu and is due hero to
The City of New Orleans leaves St. Louis
at 3 p. m. to-day and will arrive here to
morrow nioht for New Orleans.
The City of Providence from Yicksburg
is due up to-d iy for St. Louis.
The Belle Memphis, just after leaving
here Monday evening for St. Loui3 when
about three miles up the Mississippi back
of the city, I roke her plumber block which
necessitated her going to St. Louis ou one
Mayor Reed, of Paducah, also Mr. Jas.
P. Thompson, editor of the Daily News
in the same city, arrived here from Chicago
yesterday morning. After the convention
they took a run up to Milwaukee and
Waukesha for a day or two. Mr. Sol
Vaughn and Mr. Reed were also in the
party. This combination as a ''Big 4" has
few equals and no superiors.
M. Dolauney, of Paris, has
luitMtig e.teusie investigations upon
tho subject of position in sitting as re
gnrds the extremities. Ho finds that
the Chinese cross tho left arm over tho
right, while Europeans cross tho right
over tho left. Robust children cross
the right over the left. Thoso who can
not work or are idiotic do tho contrary.
A great many women cross the left leg
over the right. Among opera dancers
sonic always cross tho right leg over
the left, but no one crosses tho left
over tho right habitually. Infants un
der three years old cross tho left arm
over the right, and reverse the position
when older. The Professor finds that
men generally cross tho right leg over
tiie left, uud cites tho statements of
tailors that trousers aro always worn
more on tho left side, which bears most
of the weight. Many conclusions aro
drawn from these facts, the most im
portant ono being that tho left brain
develops first, but finally tho right pro
dominates. A Narrow Kscape.
An exciting scene was witnessed
near Iieckcnharu, England, tho other
day.' On a railroad crossing between
tho latter place and Croydon somo
boys wero crossing into a Yield when
ono of them got his boot fixed in ono
of tho points, and could not extricato
it. The quarter to 4 train had just left
Heckenhnm Junction, and tho other
lads, seeing the peril of their compan
ion, shouted and screamed, but wero
utiablo to render any help. Their cries
attracted tho attention of a publican
named Davis, w ho was driving past at
the time. Seolng tho danger of tho
boy ho ran to tho spot, and tho boy's
boot being a laced ono Mr. Davis rip
ped it up with a knife, and thus released
tho foot of tho lad, who had fainted aud
fallen on tho line. Ho instantly drag
ged him on ono side, but in doing so ho
was caught by the) bull'er of tho engine,
which now rushed by, and sustained a
severe contusion ou the head, but other
wise miraciiloiTsly escaped serious in
jury. When Charles O'Conor took his first
shavo at Nantucket, tho elated . barber
finally, after manv fruitless attempts
at conversation, aslicd tho leading ques
tion, "How would you like to bo
shaved?" . "In sileiice, sir," was tho
short, stern reply. This story has In
terest only ns it serves to illuniinnto
afresh the moss covered truth relativo,
to groat uiiuds ever runuing in tho,
same chaunel. Mr. O Conor may havo
thought tho retort nil his own, but tho.
fact is that Funiman, who - was court
jester to Thomas 11., oiuployod it undor,
Bomowhat similar circumstances w'any
years prior to M time. . ' " " " ' j
w i ;...,:: iio!i-'..t
A W 1 i a i jj 1 1
Price's Baking Powder.
Analysis of Price's Hakinp Powder, of Tinmen trm-a.
T Ttp " "
A M MOM A
Prof. Habirsliaw, of New
TARTRATE OF LIME
Aside from tho inferiority of a
stance equaling about one-eighth
cause of the great lack of strength
jy the tests of the Government Chemists), there is to be considered the
serious consequences that may arise
line into the system.
Lime cannot be decomposed
mixing or bakinir. and therefore
ound in 1 rice s Baking Powder,
with which it is mixed, and is taken
By the application of heat to
and there is left quick lime, a caustic so poweriul that it is used by
tanners to eat the hair from hides of animals, and in dissecting rooms
to quickly rot the flesh from the bones of dead subjects.
Lime mixed with starch (and both are found in Price's Powder)
will produce a ferment. The process is not auick. and does not take
place until the food in which the baking power is used has been some
time in the stomach. Indigestion, dyspepsia, and more serious dis
The cause of this large amount
: it. r i t
is uie use ui cneap ana impure materials
1 rot. L. n. fjibson, Chemist of the College of Physicians and
Surgeons, Chicago, had in view these impure powders containing lime,
like Price's when, after having made an examination of manv of them.
he volunteered the following testimony that Roval Bakin Powder is
the best and purest in the market;
THE ROYAL ABSOLUTELY PURE.
"Royal Baking Powder Co.: I recently procured a sample of
your (Royal baking powder from the kitchen of a private family in this
city, and subjected it to an examination. I found it so different from
many of the baking powders advertised as 'strictly' and absolutely
pure', and so far superior that I thought you would h". pleased to know
it, and might find use for the certificate.
"In view of the vast diIerence and stupendous frauds that are
oflered to the most 'gullible' people on the face of the earth, it pleases
me occasionally to strike an 'honest article.'
C. B. GIBSON."
dim mm s
OPEN JUNE t
T1SRMS: 88.00 per
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPUING NO. 1. i
Silicates 10. a
Carb of Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron traceSu!phate of
Sulphate of Iron trace
Chloride of Sodium. . . 01. G
Sulphate Alumina. .. . 43.0
Sulphate Lime CO.O
Sulphate Magnesia. .. . b'2.0
BIck nw?ncho and relievo all tho trouble inci
dent to i bilioud Btato of tho pysti-m, each a Diz
rncss, Kaus. n, Drowsiness, DislronaftiTcalinc,
Fa:n In the Side, Ac. While their most rauark
able auccesa baa been cbown In curing
viduahlo in Constipation, curing and preventing
tliitannoylnjf complaint, whilu they nlao correct
all disorder of tho atouinch, stimulate- tho Jivr
and regulate the bowel Even If thi J only cured
Aclifi t hry vmnld bcnlmnut prlceloM to thou; who
infer t mm this distroiwiiiir complaint; but form
ratalythcirRoodneM docs not end here, and thoso
whooncotry them will find theso little pilla tain.
to da without tlicai. Dut after all ilck lufti
; Ii t httane cf f 0 many lives that hero Is whew w
nako our prcut beuW fur pUbj euro It whilo
.1 others do not. -i- ... .
Carter Llttlo Liver mil tr very sraill an
. Ttry easy totalis Ono or two pills make a dose.
11 4'lwy ar strictly VTKetnble and do Dot gripe or
i.'imrRo, tiotbythslr gmitlo action deano allvrho
. tisothein. loMlaUaiXScentit flvd fortU (Sou
CARTER MEDICISE CO . Hon Ink
Cent of Tartrate
I0- per ct
T-, rin rer r-t
York, found thr fnlhsudnrr m ,-iVo'a
ri a ner ct
powder containing a useless sub-
of its entire wuVht fand which is the
of Price's Baking Powder, as shown
from taking this large amount of
by heat, and is not eliminated in
all of this pnnrmnm nmnnriinn ua
remains in the bread, biwruit. - rnk
into the stomach.
lime carbonic acid rms is driven nfT.
of Lime in Trice's Bakinc Pawder
. , "
TO OCTOBER 1.
week. Special Hates to
GALLON OF. WATER.
- NO. 2. SPUING-NO. 3:
42.:J jSilicatca 12.3
25.1 jOxido of Iron 12.1
Irou , . ,
Magnesia. . 11.
Sodium... . o l.l
Oxide of Aluminum... 04.5
Sulphhato of Magnosia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Gas... . 10.5
J. K. L'EaIEN, Lessee,
Allen Siuings, Pope Co., Ills
Moniicellp Ladies' Seminary,
Godfrey, Madison Co.. 111.
One of tho oldant schools In the West. Reputation
as a first class school iinquesiioned. Superior ad
vantages for Knelisti and llasstcal Edncation with
Music. Dran lni;. J'umtiutr and Modern Lanruages.
Opens (epteiiilier l((lh. ir catalogue, apply to
MISS llAMll. X. UAbKKLL, rrlnefpal.
lMs a haruilei" veRetrille syrun, very delldous to
the late. ltelleres at mice ami la a positive cure,
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured hy till r xcelhyit reined-.
yXrciwu hi hit lunijuigri owyxiiiv titty buttle.
' ABSOLUTELY CURES !' 1 ' "
At f, tutaofs r.t tiir ni.oon, MrtMAni,
J.ner, llmv,lsaihl Kldm yn; fcr all dlius urlvln
nttnirln linpiiii im-nl iiftlio Usl. h. Annnila, Sit
lliitdiiclis.Ni rviAisiirM, l-Vnuds WfiikiifMies. Uvi-r
(' nui'liiiiit, l) iiiHi, Jaiiiidlco, UitUtiHti'.n and
K I'ln.-v- Ikcs,,, tVl.4 ntrdlclne Is nl'nhiti'lv sure.
'lhbuii'dhiiuoliicH ni t cuiunln any mineral. Ht
Kululi'ly venf tiil,h, irstnrea the lifmd t a liijliy
ciinditliiii, rcuulattiiM exi-csis and auci'lylng d"
litlt nt it's, uiiJ pruveiils Jlsvn..
Dlraiiutu ia ttn lun j,n,jtt actomyany any tmili.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOB BALI B ALL PHffOSr9TB. '
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For Salo bv . '
PAUL G. SCIIUH,
Snccial Aicets. 'in" ih! citr.