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7 Mlrtfc XOV. 2fl, 1871.
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Jrtfttopalmnagtoiinttlligtnt readtrl and
" rttt DOLLAR WKKKLT bullktin.
t. tt nWrlv A Co. have reduced! the ub
.XXL Weekly Cairo ..ll.il. to
Catacaet t;ocs out and GorloiT
comes in, nd it is to bo presumed that
Fish is tPPy-
AN ill-mannered storm-gathered at
Annapolis on Friday, when Alexis ar
rived at that placo and few people,
ever, bis visit to the naval grounds
didn't seem to bo much damped by
THE London Timtt says that Grant's
" consent" to hold office is a benefit to
this country. His consent was so hard
to get that the radical party know if it
didn't nominate him, he would have
taken a nomination from tho democra
cy, if they had tendered it.
"Sn.u.L the democratic party bo
' abandoned in order to secure success ? "
enquires the New-York Day Booh.
"Yes," replies tho Oallaiin Gaxcitc,
and how many other papers 1 Excuso
ut. Our reply to tho question would
be briefer than the Gazetted. It would
contain only two letters.
The dwellers on tho Pacifio coaut
hive prided themselves on the fact that
they have always used gold instead of
currency in business relations. As far
as government business is concerned,
a new order of things is about to be
instituted, the treasury department be
ing about to issue an order that in all
such transactions currency and not gold
shall be used hereafter.
According to the Chicago Trilunc
tho country may not look to see any of
the abuses of the radical party reformed
unless with tho aid of the democracy.
It says that if tho democratic party
disbands and its mcrabcrs " unite with
' the republican party and aid in acconi
plishiDg needed reforms, and in clcct-
ing proper men to office, tho benefit
' to the nation will be very great." Here
is a rather open acknowledgement that
the radical party ia corrupt and puht
to be overthrown that an inconsidero
Lie wing of it i.s honest and patriotic.
but powerless, and if tho democratic
party, abanduuiug its organization, will
unite w'uh this honest but very small
portion of the domitiant. party, corrup
tion may be done away with and great
good will result. This is very much
like asking the mountain to co to Ma
homet, which the mountain will not do,
just yet. Tho democraoy .have not lost
for some years, and it will .yet" absorb
the better portion of the radical party
which feels that it is high time for re
forms in the administration of the gov
ernment. CossibEiuuu journalistic specula
tiou has been extaut recently concern
ing the sending of five hundred dollars
iu confederate curreucy to a southern
iiu,o institution some
hy a Chica
go newspaper firm, which
-iwiiiaDeoui meanness as retaliated
"Pon by a southern postmaster
"nding a fifty dolar confederate note
to Chicago for the benefit of tho suffer
ers. The beginning of tho affair has
been charged upon the Chicago Tribune,
M a at, ltieuinond JJHquinr pub.
hihea the fo!loffin;
Omo,TuK crc4a, nn.ui,L.cA.vll
MT..K.A U,.. ' !". J
O.R.A. y' Aetm'J Secrttary S.
ur rwiueit for a pnn
your request for a contributlonT!0 .j
homes for de.tlt,,.. m.J..U "" l. uild
nouiesfor destltutu ri.iu. i V tuild
forbids ih IcTi f tL "'nern people
it.v,!...' I(iea of conduct nL- il,'...iv
ordlnu: prvl?dP' ?? P of
lth this polic .y-,'dl''lly coincide
tb s policv niJ ,?u,BI,y winch
spprec.au that' lofty y,,U VI1
Vroortetv l.lk. 'V ,en,e Of chivnlr r. I
thesutmn r" a Ul to contributa n
tb iuprt , ! .contribute to
which I. opposed in all nriSt? tWnme
u.vm. loun. KTOI.
Tue venerable M .
ku been interviewed aT.1?. f UU
his endorsement of ih .! ..
He iava th. .1. . 1. 7 . Y011'
and allow tha . " -back
to nomi -"vauve repuDlicans
.w a vttuuiuatn r 4L
denev. But ill .v. U1 prsai -
MdoM and will they nomir
-uui.ie "ot objectionable to n" T
moeraev ? Tf a. . ... 0 10 Ule U0
leal laurnaU (...il.r.ii. . ulc
end th adminiitratlou SLT"
npuh!iD, .hould he U T " j
be nothing more nor long than
wviawu lonunutrauon ( The dem
oerats havo no objection to combino
with the conservative republicans to
form a coalition " openly and nbovc
' board," and say to tho people : " Wo,
1 tho democrats nnd conservative ropub
'licans, agreeing that tho country in in
1 dangcrnnd its safety cannot bo secured
i unless it is taken out ot rauical nanus,
combino to defeat the radicnls, nnu to
'this end ngrco to a declaration oi
principles." But the democrats will
not, ns Scliurz and Blair suggest, say,
in substance: " Ave are miserable po
litical Mtiuers aud ashamed of our
record aud our present position. The
pcoplo, also, arc disgusted with us,
and will never aupport us while
'wo wear the democratic cloak. We in
:n .1 c i :... ..... i.t I
mil, niticjuiL, uiini iniu uiu uu.v i
' and pull the hole in after us ; and
you republicans, who can't' have your 1
1 own wjiv with Grant, mav nominate
' somebody who 'will stand upon our ' pny win. a capital or a mil
... ..Hon dollars.
' piauorm ; men we win como oui oi
our holo slyly and help you elcot your
4 man with our principles, and the peo
' pic won't know anything about it."
This is a scurvy policy a cowardly
policy a dishonest policy. Tho dem
ocrats havo nothing to conceal noth-
ing. Wo stand by what wo havo done,
by tho principles wo have advocated.
Wc will join our hands with any con-
sidcrable body of men ontortaininc oth-
cr ideas of government nolicv. but tho
- - i
nnnlilinn U m.,i In ...nl, n mnn.
ner that tho democratic party will not
suffer in its own sclf-rcspcct or tho re
spcci oi me nation.
Mr. Arthur C. Uummlngs, of "Wash-
Ington county, Va., is named as a candi-
date for Speaker of the House of delegates I
of that state. Tho conservatives gain
seventeen members in the logislaturo.
Tho Wyoming Houso of Represent
atives on Monday last week voted to re
peal the woman suffrage act. The dem
ocrats voted for repeal, and the repub
licana against it Tho council has not
acted upon it.
Colonel John Screven, mayor of Sav
annah, appears to bo the most popular
democratic candidato for Governor of
Georgia. He has been mayor of Savannah
three years, is a faithful-officer, and will
receive the votes of many conservative re
Tho National Republican Committee
will find whon they assemble in washing.
ton, January 11, that the settlement of
the Question whero to hold tho national
convention is not easy. Tho report that
New York had boon selected has excited
a brisk opposition in othor cities,
Tho latest ticket for President and
Vice-President it Mr. Sauford E. Church,
of tho Supreme Court of Now York, and
Governor A. Grate Brown, of Missouri.
Tho ticket would bo stronger if tho names
wore rovcrsed ; but It 1 not likoly that
Judgo Church will bo a candidate for olth-
1 ho political doctors disagree. Some
of tho faithful udmlnlstrution Journals
havo supposed it to bo their duty to abuse
Vice-President Colfax because his namo
has been montioned ns a candidato for
President. Others deny that ho is n can
didate, and assert thnt tho nbuio is mis
taken, ns ho is in favor of General Grant's
renomlnatlou. To save his character, Mr.
Colfax ought to ''dotlno his position" onco
A correspondent of tbo Cincinnati
Commtrcial snys that If a half dozen inde
pendent Republicans in tbo Ohio legisla
ture refuse to attend the legls'alive caucus
and to support Mr. John Sherman for
Senutor, othor Republicans who are for
him will vote for Mr. Themas Ewing or
Mr. William S. Grocsbcck, In order to
beat tho independent cundidato. Tho En-
quxrer, however, declares that "this trick
is easily seen through, und it will not win.
The Democrats uro not to bo dlvldod by
any such artifice. They will go iiimnl
mously for an independent man against
Sherman, and no such expedient as that
abovo alluded to can divort them from
AVoread in tho Paris Palric : "feir
Richard Wallaco, tho English millionaire
whoso generosity the Parisian population
had a good opportunity of appreciating
during tho sioe, is just now occupied with
the erection of un immense hospital for
bis fellow-countrymen in the Routo do la
Revolto. This hospital, tho construction
of which will cost about 700,000f. ($140..
000), will be callod Wallace's Hospital,
ill pay the
whole cost of maintaining it.
expenses, says tho Steele, uro estimated at
"l 'CM tlmnlfl00f' (,000).
AT HOME AND ABROAD.
Oswogo N. Y., has never had a baao-
Baltimore is still
troubled by mad
cents apiece at
Apples cost ten
North Carolina has fiftv.four thnna.
"J "1,"iro m"M'
ULII-J.it.i. . .
iuimueipniais to uave seven more
Louisville, Ky., bopos soon to have a
I .-..T" auy is editing the Laramie
I -co has formed at Charleston two
Ti. v . -. .
1 ' wauonai Hoard of Trade meets
I at St. Louis Dectmbor Cth.
Ohio lacks .11. . . n 1. ..
ared thousand do-js.
Eight thousand men are conitantw
ftMrti..i , .... ,., .
-"I'lutu rcuuiming unicago.
Surveys for a new cut through Uor.r.
"in, a. j., aro muKing.
Little Koi)k, Arkansas, has a charter
d street rallway.-on paper.
Calico ikatlni; Iarlle aro fashionable
i uio worth Carolina links.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY,
Tho tax valuntlcn of Ohio has been
Increased over sixty-two millions.
An inconibtiitiblo wood factory was
burned nt Son Francisco last week.
A citizen of Washington has collected
nliicty-viglit dineroiit-coloriu cuts
Thero Is r cnt nt Norfolk Va., which
rntolics tlsh. So there Is at Washington
Thero havo boon sovonly-dvo mur
dcrs In Jnokson county, Fla., slnco 1808.
Florida hopes next year to bo able to
supply tho wholo country with bananas
Seymour, Ind has a beech-tree frdm
which ten men have already been swung.
A whltopartrldgo was recently killed
by Mr. Edward Clark. In Prlnco "William.
A dcaf-muto was a witness In a case
tho superior court at Portland, Me.
nt.. . ...
nro was communicated irom ono
houso to another by . clothos-llne, in
Richmond, Va., wants a now Are in-
.... ... ....
The negroes on the west coast of Af
rica aro roportod to bo dying of smallpox
Tho gas at Now Urunswlck, N. J.,
cannot be induced to burn on either a
dark or a moonlight night.
Members of tho Tennessee legislature
pay their respects in a body annually to
3lr' - Ja. K. -Polk,
Tho old guillotino of the town of
Purges, France, was recontly sold at auc
Uon for dolU"-
, . , ,
"l,cr ,om:0 " lUgUV 101 tOO SO-Cai
wristjoints, is chiefly produced by tho ha-
bit of washing tho hands in turpentine,
It is probable that it is not the turpentine
alone which produces the fatal result, but
chiefly the particles of lead or xinc paint
00 the hnde whlcl,i by tho turpentine,
ftro brought in condition to penetrate the
skin moro readilv and to be absorbed
thorofore, painters should avoid as much
as possiblo tho uso of turpentine for wash
ing the hand
ART IN EUROPE.
A statue of the late Lord Dorby is to
bo erected on a site near tho houso of par
A famous picturo " La Gloria," by
tho late John Phillip, R. A., is to be en
graved by Mr. T. O. Barlow.
A fine collection of British pictures
was opened early in the presont month at
the Dudloy gallery.
An exhibition of art works, to include
paintings, sculptures and drawings, is to
be held in Uaicutta in Jjccember.
-The best works of Hogarth are to bo
reproduced by means of the camera, and
published with now descriptive text.
A marble portrait bust of tho la to
Earl of Carlisle, by J. II. Foley, R. A
has been placed in tho town hall at Mor
Tho celebrated" Holbein Exhibition,'
which was opened at Dresden last summer
a said to havo attracted visitors from all
parts of the world.
An exhibition of cabinot pictures by
British and continental artists Is now
open at tho gallery of tho now British in
stitution, Old Bond street.
Tho building erected for tho Interna
tional exhibition at Dublin, a fow yours
since, is to bo convorted into a muieum of
art on the plan of that at South Kensing
ton. The Art Journal, of London, for the
present month gives a lino engraving of
'Tho Coronation of tho Virgin," by Da
Udine, from tho celebrated ircsco in the
church of St. Giovanni and St. Paolo,
Tho now school of art and science re
cently erected at Birkenhead was opened
last month by the Earl of Dorby, who do
ivorodan address on tho subjoct of Art-
Education. The building was erected at
tho cost of Mr. John Laird, M. P.
Two new courts havo been recently
flnishod at tho South Kensington museum,
for displaying that grand piece of archi
tecture and sculpture, known as tbo
" Portico da Florin," from tho cathedral ef
Santiago, and other large works.
-Classes fur tho study of difl'orent
branches of art havo boon formod at the
workingmcn's college in Groat Ormond
streot, under tho direction of Messrs W.
Clavo Thomas. II. W. Brower and 0. Ros
enthal. A series of lectures on porspect
ivo wns begun last month.
A correspondent at Borne, In
describing a rccoption at tho Vatican
writes : " To tho group of Amcrieans the
popo showed spoclal attention, and ex
pressed pleasure at seeing strangers from
uch a distance 11 Thero havo been many
Americans hero this season already," said
ho, in excellent French. " Your country
s now experiencing great suffering through
vast conflagrations. I don't refer merely
to tho destruction of Chicago, but to tho
creat fires in tho woods boyond it. This
is all very sad, but romomber, we are all
n the hands of God." Pius IX, is repre
sented as being in excellent health for a
person of his advanced years, and thero
was nothing in his action to denoto phys
ical weakness or anything approaching
I The Stato department has just re-
jcoivcd copies of the London papers, where-
n minlstor Schenck appears In glowing
typos thus: "Major-General Itoberl
bchenck, director in tho Unitod States
Mining and Emmigratlon Co., and Ameri
can Minlstor to London." Minister
8chonck will bo given an opportunity to
explain and if ho admits that his position
and tnlluenco havo thus boon usod with his
consont for speculative purposes he will be
re-caucu at once. Tho uenoral linuro.Blon
in "Washington, based on othur Inform
ation, is that tho ndvortliemnnt is
muii..u uy ocuencit. luero is a very
considerable feeling over It In Whlto-
llouso circles in consequence.
I. Tho system of partial desslcatlon
by currents of rcfrlgcratod air, which was
so successfully applied to the cargo of
Texas beef on tho stoamor Firefly, has been
employed with equal succoss for tho pre
servation of poultry, game and dellrato
fruits. Peaches in midwinter and cheap
poultry In midsummer may ere long bo
confidently looked for.
MET" Tho grand pictorial treasures of the
Louvro havo been restored from tho
Arsonal of Droit, and tho saloons are again
open to public inspection. Tho two great
halls of statuary are also in order and
present to view, as of old, all of tho noblest
masterpieces of tho Grecian chisel.
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JKA.NS, EXTRA,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
II la EssUMHtock Xw CImIbb eat
VERY LOW FIGURES.
eoRNiR 8th st., and couukxcial-ay.,
MRS. ANNA LANG,
XIQItTn-BT., BET. WASHINGTON AND COM
la now reectrlng a beautilul aasertrntnt of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including Hats and Shapta of th UUal atjrlo
Hlbbern, Flower nan Feather.
Mra.I.aog will also uliow customer the large
To be found In the city.
WE have re-opened the Central Elevator, and
are now prepared to handle grain witb dia
patch at raluceti rales, aa follow i
For receiving bulk grain, weighing in and out,
including five days' aturage, ,''c per bushel.
For Rit'jkinc and transler une.half tent ail ill.
For each ten days after the first flvo one-hall
cent per bushel.
J. at .. HUCKiriUllAM.
Cairo, HI., Nov. 8, 1871. nov-CUt.
NOTICE IS IIEIIEBY GIVEN. Th.t the Co.
Partnership heretofore' existing between W. II.
Thomas, k. w. Green and (1. M. Aidrn. umUr
the flrm name of Thomas, Ureen A Alden, has
this day been dissolved, bv tho mutual consent
of all the parties concerned. The business will
hereafter be conducted by W. II. Thomas and O.
M. Alden. under the firm name of Thomas fc
Alden. by whomal' tho business ot the old firm
Will be settled. W. 11, THOMAS.
E. W. GIIKK.V,
O. M. ALDEN.
Riiao, III., Nov. 10, 1871 tf.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Decorative Fnperhana-lnir, KalsoruiB-
Done iu the hlghckt style ot the art. and a
rates timtdely competition.
SHOP IN PERKY IIOUBE, CORNER OF 8TH
STREET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Farnter'a Yard assd Htabllag
Cor. WAshington-av' and Twcntieth-st.,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete atook of
8C0TCU AND IH1SH WUI8KIE8
U I N H,
l'ort, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Wlnei
T 8M VT1I CO. sell exclusively for caah.io
,-S-V. whloh fact they Invite the espeolal atten
tion ef close bargain buyers.
f)cirtl attention yirei to Filling 0,'dtrs,
NOVEMBER 29, 1871.
COMMISSION AND I'OUWAltIl.
CIlABIiKS M. iiowir& coM
No. 61 Ohio Lovcc,
U. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED mOM TEnRT HOUSE
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
orrostTK wiNTEn's block,
rTB han greatly itnrroYpJ his stock, and has
i i now on uanu aw ainus 0
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
o the loareiit lirina; flgiirfa, and he inrltes the
paironaieoi ine iniuuc.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN ATKN, Proprietor.
KM Commercial AYenue, CAIRO, IM.INOIH
Best brand of California Cigars Just recelred,
uILLIARD aaloon rurnlahrd with 11m tat o
13 tables: and bar aunnlled with wines, linuors
mua riaara oi ine nnea. oranue.
GKOCKKIEH AND DIIT OOODR.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAl'8, ETC.,
Has Juit received a heavjr stock of Boots an
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
He alio has a One stock of Family Oroceries ot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
DOURN, SANSS, ETCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13 TENTU STREET,
Doora, Raab, Bllada, Sfonldlngrfi.
I-avc Onttcrs, (wood) Window and llooj
rrnuie. Flooring-, Lath,
Nhlnglea, J lazed Nnali, Glnaed Nlde
I.lglilii, Glased Transoms,
Naah WelglilN, Nnali I'ulllea and Conls,
Illlnd I'nNleiilnKN, I too tin g-
f'ell, ItoolliiK Cement, IMaaterlng
l'nper, Carpet Fell, M'lilto
Lead, Untied Oil, American Window
GInaa, KiigllwU nndFrcncli
Plate GlnoH, I'lUty, Glnzlcr Folnta
Newer ripe I'nteut Clilmncya,
AOENTS for ltock Itlver Paper Company'n
Sheathing Kelt and Quarli Cement.
11. W. John's Improved Hooting always on
IIOOTN AND NHOE8.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Iletween Washington Avenue and l'oplnr Street,
llooli and Sknea Made to Order,
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP. SKIRT FACTORY
sola asexcy roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
sasnerclal Avenue, Corner of Elgbtb
partioclar attention l'aid to all or-
I)KR VOR BOOl'SKinTH AND SHOIS.
SIOMt Hiiccennrnl, Popnlnr nntl l'crfcct
Ul llio period are our wclHinwn
Ilnth are of the altnniett eonitrnetlnn. nndl no
easnr managcu mai we guarnniee mem 10 give
Aa no article In the household haa a trrrater In.
fluencn In promoting the health, comfort and hap-
pinrss ui iiid innui circin man ine cooamg
atove, it Is economy ns well as policy to net the
very best j ndd In biiyinsthe
You can rely on netting tho most success fu
ular and perfect cooninn atove ever m
ion are always sure of havinsJiilcv. Tender anil
uciiviuus ucciBiitKr.i, unieaen, nam, i;nops. etc
Excelsior Manufacturing Company,
Ol'iandCll N. Mam-st.,Bt. J.ouis, ifo.
AND ALL LIVE BTOVE D ALEOH.
C. W. HENDERSON, Agent
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
CAOO, i EW 1 ORE, 1I0ST0N,
Passenger tratna arrive at and leave Cairo at fol
Aaaivt - 3i3lta.m . 3i30 n.m
Diraav lli3 p. m .. stiasp.m,
Both trains conncet at Centralla with train on tn
Pans. Decatur, IllonmlnRtcn, El Paso, I.a Balls
Aiennoia, rreeport, usi-na. uuuuque, anu
all points in Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wl.roniln and
Iowa. And with
Lines running East and West lor
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Cincinnati, Imaanapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central. Mlchlga
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and Chicago llailroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
.Magra Falls, Krie. lluflslo,
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SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1S7I, trains wll
rua as tollqwsi
Tanas ootxn soctiiiast.
Leave Virginia Ciliia.rn .. 12.U p.m.
" Hpnngtleld - 9i"J 3.00 "
" THjIorvllle 1U;5'J 4:M "
Arrive at Pann 11:10 m 6:17 "
Leave Pana ....4:Aia,m J. Jio. in.
" Taylorville ..4:S 4:26 "
Arrive at Hprlncneld-KjlS " C.i) "
Leave SpsiiiRfleld 0:23 " 6:10 '
Arrive nt VlrKinla S:M " ........filS "
thuss ooiN'i sei'tuatsT,
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" Flora . 8:25 " - 11:10 "
Arrivo nt bl:awneetown3:S.1p tn ... A:1S p.m
TBAINS 001X0 KUITIIHni.
Leave Khawneetown ft:IS a.m S.SOp.m
" Flora. - 2:M " 7:00"
Arrive at Kdgcwood i:l0 " S:2U "
ThnfrW n.tn. train from F.dKcwoo.1, runs only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and :' a.m.
train from Hhnwneetown on Tuesdays, Thura.
days and (Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Hiilroad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, and all noints west.
At Bprincfield. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lor
Moomington, Chicago, aud all points north, north
west anu west.
At Tana with Ind. and Ht. Louis, and Illinois
Central Railroad lor nil points east, south and
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
entral Hal I road.
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhawneetoan, with steamboats for Clncln.
tl, Padlicah, Cairn and St. Louis.
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1, Cures Fevers, congestion, lnflammationa.24
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Cures colic and griping
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DR. HIOHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR
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U the only reliable diuratic. ... ,
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