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Evnry thins of Local Form lo be
Found That ta or Interest.
TheBo ard of Managers of the State
School for the Blind in St. Louis ap
pointed Samuel M. lireen, Jr., Super
intendent of the School. He has been
acting superintendent since the resig
nation of Dr. Sibley.
Major Frank H. Dunlop spent Sun
day in Puxico and came on the new
train this morning. Dunlop says the
road is being put in tine shape.
The brewery stockholders should
tell the candidates for office who send
to St. Louis for beer to send to St
louis for votes also.
Don't forget if you use Putnam
Fadeless Dyes you don't have to send
for a package for wool and one for
cotton. Each package colors all
fibers. Sold bv W. H. Coerver. It
Cape Girardeau will never amount
to any great things as long as tjur
people keep sending their moto
St. Louis for necessaries of life they
can get at home.
Louis Houck is building a short line
railroad from Kennett, Dunklin coun
ty, down into Arkansas. Some time
later on that road will be another
feeder for Cape Girardeau, the metrop
olis of Southeast Missouri.
Stay that barking by useing Ballard
Horehound Syrup. It arrest the
cough, allays irritation of the throat,
and relieves conjestion of the lungs
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never disapoints.
iVl cents. I.Ben. Miller. i"nd
They have a new flouring mill at
Poplar Bluff and the citizens of the
Bluff are as proud of their mill as
that little boy was whose step-father
got him a new pair of boots.
About eighty people boarded the
excursion train here yesterday morn
ing for St. Louis.
Small precautions often prevent
great mischiefs. DeWitt's Little Karly
Ilisers ait; very small pills in size, but
are most effective in preventing the
most serious forms of liver and stom
ach troubles. They cure constipation
and headache and regulate the bow
els. Wm. 11. Coerver.
The trustee's sale that was to take
place at the court house today did not
take place. The projierty was not
properly described in the advertise
ment. On account of the small :i:nount of
wheat coining to market the Union
Mills has shut down. We ivgret to see
this for the I'liion Mills are the big
gest mills in Southeast Missouri ::mi
when in operation jrivc employment in
more hands than any other mill in the
I'riah Jones. Ilezekian ilrownand
John IVtcf Smith will Uglify to the
wonderfj! curative projicrtics of Dr.
Simmons" 'oiiirh Syrup. Sample hot
tier- free. Satisfaction or money re
untied. !'! -al- by alldmrgistr..
ur ice men are out of ice anil from
now on till next winter they will have
in depend on the Cape Brewery and
lee Company for a supply ol ice for
The prices mi wheat arcgoiiiir titiwu
ami the price.- of diamonds are "villi:
up. The farmcrcannnt afford to wear
diamonds this year.
Simmon.-' Sur-aparilla effect
ua'.ly ait's weak, impaired and debiii-att.-u
organ- of both -exes. Its action
i- ijiiick and la;iug. Fifty, cm;- ami
Alhisoii i Mas. ) l hampio::: "'Miss.
Hannah Keitliline entertained iifteen
::--rry young people Tuesday at her
home on South Sixth street, in honor
..f Mi-:- Kuhy Kos.-. who !c!t for her
home at Huron yesterday. Various
games out on the lawn wen played,
after which the young -opie jiii io:iri:-
i! to the parior- v.herc mut ic ai. .1
ihiuciiig passed several hours : : a - -utitly.
Mi-s lto.-s has Keen attending
T .t:rma I ami has ma tie ma ny f rii ii'ir
it living h'-r -hurt -lay in Atchison.
She i- .-a lit to ! tiie pre' ::cst school
' ;::!; ! v.hoattemied the IV!" .-..-slotl. "
if vn.i i i i I ; 1 1 : "i -. try swy-.-v
!.:t!t; Wide Awaic- Fills, you i.il: 'inti
: ., u j : - v i : - i i
-a:!iie. 'i'ir-y u.. ::.; g,;- S..;.i a
M;:ph- V.'i'.l-nn'.- ;!r;ig sto.- .
in'ormed that a r.unilK-r of
:.! .':.!!: vs v. I.o have -hioiicti tin-'.r
'c t. i. ti.i-- year are ;;ie,;
',:.: ' :,;. - ; :.,.e;t:i-e ;L''V :" ::.,,, j
t':,:;n :: en.; V i :, . ..". '. ;' ::.--v
;o t':e mill- here.
'A i; l.,;:rt: 11 '. :.o:;is :;iv.y.- ,
to.v.y t.iat the illx.-rview wa- th ' -t ,
i.nt.-l in Soi;;he:i-t Mts-ov.rl.
i. C. Gi-ef.tii-r. Col'iector of Ileve-J
line. i,a !: it i :':: tin- Itanker- in his ;
collection tihtrii-t that it is a viola- !
"ion of the revenue law for then; to
at?;?: stamps or. checks iiivsctitcd at I
i;ei- liank counters.
A cough is an easy tiling to cure if
taken in time. It is dangerous to n-g-lect
one for any length of time. Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrupis guaranteed.
Fifty cents u bottle. For sale by all
Bulldozing works all right with
some people, but there are people who
will not take bulldozing.
Uunning sores, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year's standing, may becuredby using
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
the great pile cure. W. H. Coerver.
The death of A. H. Grant makes a
vacancy in the office of Justice of the
Peace in Byrd township. The County
Court now in session will probably
appoint a man to till the vacancv.
A. H. Grant had his life insured for
fifteen hundred dollars.
The "Bicyclist's Best Friend'' is a
familiar name for DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. While a specific for piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema and all
affections of the skin. It never fails
Wm. H. Coerver.
The council passed a new beer depot
license ordinance last night. Here
after beer depots and beer agents will
havetopayone hundred dollars per
year to do business in this city.
Kelso is soon to have a saloon.
License will probably be granted this
If all the money that goes out of this
county for beer was kept at home
there would be lots of money in circu
Evil after effects never follow th
use of Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chil
Tonic. It is a pleasant liver laxative.
It makes rich, red blood. It makes
stout, sound bone. It makes flesh. It
makes rosy cheaks. All of this cures
chills so they stay cured. Dealers
If the August term of court Grand
Jury does its duty it will do a little
investigating in this city. There are
some bis concerns here that need look
Prof, bcarmont, President of the
Normal Faculty, gave us a pleasant
call this morning. Prof. Dearmont is
a pleasant conversationalist and a
What is if. A cure for Coughs,
Colds, Croup. Whooping Cough.
Hoarseness. Sore Throat, and all
Bronchial Affections of the Throat,
Chest and - Lungs. ."0 doses for 50
cents. Mo.iey refunded if it fails to
givesatisfaction: we mean Dr. Sim
mons'Cough Syrup. For sale by all
The funeral of A. II. Grant at .lack
son yesterday was the largest funeral
that ever took place in Jackson. Mr.
Gran had a host of friends and not
an enemy on earth.
This town needs a got id dose or two
of the elixir of business life. In other
words we need a f jw more enterprising
liifi men who are not afraid to reach
out after business.
David A. Glenn received a telegram
last night from F.ddy viiie. Kentucky,
informing him of the death of his
sister. Mr-. .Martin. Mr. (ilenn lelt
on the ! o'clock train this morning
for Kiidyvi ie.
Moment- are u-ele if tri:'en away
ami they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by tielay in ca.-cs where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. W. 11. Coerver.
A ctrtaia big man in this city is
weaving a .eii around himself that i
goir.g to t'o himself up in liu-iuess.
Tin-Teh-phone Companv will. have
new telephone cards out this week.
Tic work i- being tiol.e at D;-"..V'i-t
I." AT t illiee.
We undcr-tand that a couple of our
t!;e right for
uoi- for :!.
i A : -w (mh; I'ercaU
left that avc. artj oiTcriiiL;
at a low price. 1S1.25
waist for Si.oo and tlic
S1.00 waist for 75 cents.
Take a look at them they
may be just what you
David A. Glenn.
Our ice dealers have received two
car loads of ice from St. Louis this
season. How is this?
-ever;:i counties in f I II- j ri ;.. ' 'iian.i.ei Iain's 1 ollc. v, 1, . ,t :.:t;-ini-;a- at j ','t,'-' thecaiv of three separate schools 1 Tiie fie-; n
;.-is. -( 'heiilic:'.! t vat- j l'ho!e."i ,;i . I 'las-rnoea lieinecy. ' ',' i 1;, ,, pi?i; of .'!'il-'. ,; jn:'.! na.- t.naliy accepletl tr:e i:i;i:;;i;e- o' ,., ;-.
I sal- by 1. i 1:1 I-liilcr. i'V,. - - ';.-nt of the old Huron school, where j fyj. A.SCOTT,
j 1 ::re are ct". .. enipt;. nv.e.,,:iL.r 1 1-0. r- .-u.i,. :!. .o..i: .n.o .Tnii.e -tr;:.-,: a tv,:a . t :.t.:!' ...
I l,.;:-.-s '..: li;!- city for ivi.t. VV.- hear gets nto:- Inm-Ics that: :.t.y otl.. r , S; vi::ct nt's .'..': ie-e e-t.-ruay ami ' :l!i'' l:11'-
j . t ai - .-very i::;y ."or ilu-i !I:i- !;o:i.--. men in tovvii. but h-'s a 1-. 1. -tie.- a 1 1 ; , . t siilinters iroii, ti.-- to; to .I.ei 1 ' i-ral raI;roat; vill . . ,,;.V
j 'e-tain'y yoa t.'on't war.t to .-uff-r th.- i-op!e v.-.,:i;.i just i-av.- ni::! al.-n-j v..l.;ll iIt ti .- viein- j r'M cxc.ir-Ion ti-s-.'.n fnitn tiii- city . -' . --. v VSl
:ui;:, tiysi'ii-i:i. consiipatio!:. sick in- va.uiu he or. . : i . ii !;-.. ,,,-K-,i !.'v the iijl.ti!.-. ; x" ,'-'':i-1'' M:j::t -i:tI. The fare; , , v: : -i'M
i hea.iae.'.e. sallow .-kin :i!d io of ap- .is o:;,-s. ! ... , , .. ., ':' li:'' '''';!-li trn- wil', lv only live; .il"...5
I l"!;' .' . ' Y' 'i'i. - ;-' i i.t., ' 'j'' , - " -v . ,i--u' 1 "'''cf- will be -i.ioi' to iv i,r--.j'. l.ii'itf 1
icou.j.laint-of you uould have b..tn uortiii. i,a;l u.-on trlf .i ,,..- !,';, V;n ;;, ::: -.;,..:;.'- saw ' t." ZKViK "'Q .l
icii:vt',. Th-vare siual! pilis but -.vat r.o,e business !,-:, . i, ' v . T.,- -arnrise partv atl'hariev Iilatt-j ftM llWZiAtm-ht --.
I !" :.;:'::::..::;:i;l , -x : r ! c,ti:Bi:::.::x -zh. " "'" " ' RlPffl
ilv'ii'w:l-'lli----- e,-l f","-rV'-'- -1 - A- : ;V- J. &jPB
I ''" "' '" "' "lei.. They have purcha-ei'. a :;rw!t:,;.v r.rrl.t - it - ;.. i ti'--ca:; . '.'' J 'WtfVS ''if
I a ,.:.s ;,...!. bii--y for the boy.- t.h.i k-,-p th- llr.e.-; t, in. the .i.oriun.' train. ' : :. it ;!al,.-i,-ci.iiil is sin-iaiiu- the j g j
Th-; Cairo st.ee: FaL- will cc held
October l' 11, 1?? I and 14. The
business mea of Cairo are preparing
to make the Fair better than any other
street Fair in Illinois.
The Kelso saloon keepers are here
today purchasing an outfit for their
saloon. Kelso is near enough to the
Cap-for the saloon to get it supply
of U.-cr from t'le Cap-.
Mr. ; oyer, the rubber goods man,
is in Vie eitv. Mr. Gover is a clever
gen'i-m:n and he represents a good
Ar - you lacking in strength and
energy. Are you nervous, despondent,
irritable, billious, constipated and
generally run down iti health. If so.
your liver is torpid, and. and a few
doses of Herbine will cure you
Herbine has no equal as a health re
storer. I. Ben Miller.
William Burgess came up from
Commerce last night on the steamer
Th.? Cape Brewery A Ice Company
is now furnishing the supply of ice
for the market in this city. The ice is
made from distilled water. It is clean,
clear and pure.
Capt. John F. Schuchert and family
returned home from lied Bud, III.,
yesterday, where they had been for
two months visiting relatives. Capt.
Schuchert says he had a pleasant
Cheatham's (.'hill Tonic is peculiar
ly adapted to persons in enfeebled
health and invalids. It assists di
gestion and is a perfect strengthener
adpetizer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both tasteless and
bitter styles. 50-cent size.
The Board of Pension Examiners
examined some of the edd veterans
Crash suits worth $3.50
closing price $2.00 a suit.
A lot of thin cool coats
and vests at about half
David A. Glenn.
The local freight train 0:1 the South
ern Misioiiri .V Arkan-a- kiiieti a
horse ami mule that belonged : Mr.
Tucker on tiie Co:Ie;je farm ia-t we.-',;.
The e;:iin; has !vn :oiju-ei;
1 gt : i. .yo:. .is- i '. ":;am
Fa- - ;.-- ou :;on': have -.-:;d
for .; woo, ami ,.i;e fur
co, 'rac.Cag- eo.or- a!!
Ii; e ,y W. li. 1 oerver. r
Vert i-: tig fa Kir .-trtick
ami no t
a:;,! the i
stin on .i,e ti'.va r;: t,e
efv.'lio sells i'.t)'.'.- iviii not
w.-ar diatnonds this year.
Will li. Ilei.-sercr ar.i", 'barley
"i-ot'it of Denton were iiassenei--tlown
on the steamer (ieoreia Lee
Tht- new Kelso saloon made a con
tract to Use Anheuser-Busch Itcer.
Another slap on home industry. It's
a d d shame.
There is trouble in camp aaiti in
this city in the way of a family row.
Too bad that man and wife can't pad
dle the same boat.
have purclia-cil viv. ,:. . . . o!ii-,a-hto:.e. ;c.i.e . at .,-1 :: !: v; v.ei-.-:. 1 a it. ii: con-ctjUcticc sl.e ha.- neeu Ion-j ;. .-ter - Sn
We have as good plutnbers here as
. they have in St. Louis or any other
city in the Union, but some of our
! people do not seem to know this and
! when they have plumbing to do they
i send off to St. Lou's for a plumber.
! Ballard's Snow Liniment. There is
no pain it will not relieve, no swelling
it will not subdue, no wound it will
not heal, it will cure frost bites,
chilblains, and corns. 23 and 30 cents,
1. Ben Miller.
There is only one way to do busi
ness and that is the right way. The
man who undertakes to do the other
way will go up sooner or later.
Of Calico, Lawns Do
mestics, Canton Flannels,
Ribbons, Silks on sale at
about half price at
David A. Glenn.
Theo. Zeirath was in town today.
He had no dogs with him Wonder
how many dogs Mr. Zeirath has'.
The colored Masonic Lodge has
elected Henry Rowan as a delegate to
a meeting of the Grand Lodge. Mr.
Howan is instructed to use his best
efforts to get the next meeting of the
Grand Lodge in this city.
We are going to lose one of our
sf.orps. We will not lose much. It is
one of the traveling stores kept by the
Arthur L'hl is now assistant deputy
postmaster. Arthur is a nice young
We are inforuied that the new lieer
depot ordinance passed by the council
last Monday night is not what it
should be. The object of the ordi
nance is to protect a home brewery
ijainst the St. Louis breweries, but j
it is so worded, we iinder-tantl. that
tli- home brewery will have to pay as
nr.;.-",! as the St. Louis breweries.
Tiie passenger trains on tiie South
era Mis-ouri ,v Arkan-a- arc now ail
Tile new telephone card- aremo.v
t ';i v euieiit than tiie oiii c.t!
1". A. Kain has opened tip a .iicion
and fruit store on Mai.i street. lie j
informs us that he is gol.:g to ,:.' a j
big -Too; o! all kind- of iru'i.
Th- C:r.i- itrewvry i- turning out '
the p:vt?ie-: ic -. Vt-r so iti i:i this city. .
'.! icu dealer.- j they :.ev r -.am'.ieii j
tiuer ice. j
'I'..- City Co-U.cii i- iii-c.i--il.g aj
( c-h-.or ordinance. V,", iimr the j
eo'i.icU will ::!-- an ordinance :a on !
old :.:.ci!eior- so luuli ti.at 'an
ho" at:, in; to ivmai.'i bachelor-.
: .e::aiig - saw mil. na- no.
operation tills WeeK. 'i hey
iiv.-a.c now:-, iu -oni-- o'
( o.:::ty 1 't.urt :.- -til:
; i v 4
i zi Men' odd crash J: ;
: pants worth 75 jr j
i cents. C losing
i : them out at 50 j
; :1 cents pair. Boys jj-j i
crash pants vvoth
35 to 5o cents.
Sale price 25cts.
DAVID fl. GLEJS.
When the melon season in Dunklin
county is over the bull fro;r season
ojK-ns up. Dunklin is surely a great
--.t ..: at
It is street taltc that a new dry goods
store is to be .opened up in the old
Banner store as soon as the Jews pull
The editor of the Demockat wishes
to return thanks to the band that
serenaded him last night. The music
The Western Poultry and Game
Company is shipping an average of
ten thousand chickens per week from
this city to St Louis. Every cent of
the money for these chicken remains
The new management of the South
ern Missouri & Arkansas has made
many changes in train service that
will prove beneficial to the business
men of this city.
Justice Wilier held court today,
Some parties from the Bend had a
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
gives instant relief. It allays intlams
mation and heals. It is prompt in its
action and positive in its effect. It it
the kind that cures without pain or
discomfort. It is for piles only 30
centy. tubes .. cents. 1. ana Miller.
Mrs. L. W. Vandervoort and pretty
little daughter Hazel are visiting
friends in this citv.
Mr. F. W. Pott, accompanied by his
two daughters, Alma and Ernie, left
yesterday on steamer Hill City for
round trip to New Orleans.
Clarence Grant was in the city yes
terday and called on the Democrat.
Clarence has been in poor health for
some time and he will take a trip be
fore long to try to benefit his health
KIDNEY DISEASES are the most
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
Cure is a guaranteed remedy or money
Judge Burrough is contined to his
room. He was quite sick yesterday,
but he is not feeling so bad today.
A tine lot of black walnut logs are
being hauled here for shipment to St.
The Police Court was in session this
morning and a hung jury was the re
sult of a trial.
Henry Kowau will leave Monday to
attend 11 meeting of the Grand Lodge
of colored Ma.-ons at St. Joseph.
Wheat is still holding in the sixty
two cent mark. It gets no higher, no
People at Advance and Puxico can
now come to the I "ape on the morning
trait:, do their trading and return
iio:.ie ;;e s;u:,l day. This is good for
o :: merchants and at the same time
convenient for the peopie of those
llr. Franklin id liutc htowu was in
the city this morning.
Weather Bureau has predicted
'er weather after Totiay. We hole
in - Weather Bureau'.- prediction- will
That parrot over at tiie St. Charles
iiotei must in- a Spaniard. It is
aiwajs tailing for he!;.. "Help,
help." is ai! it cares to say.
i";e. T,-: 1, i- 'JV.vnlY-ilvc Iioiiar.- a
wetK benefits iii case of sickness comes
very handy to the housewife when t'.ie
i::;-:ia: n i- unable to earn any money
to pay 'or the neit .-arles of iife.
Get yo:, at y o:;e of abi ve policy,
tielay ;- i;ai.geroiiS.
Mi.-.- Kr.by i loss lias passed with
high honor.- at the Ka.isu- Norma':. I
a ;e li: coii-cij '.a. :;ce she ha.- "cei! ten
,:i I. il tiiecare'.-f iiiiee separatesfhoois
a;v.i ha.- finally accepted the liiutiage
;ient of the old Huron school, where
j id'n v
v. ;i li.-t i-l UT., ia;iiif.i
at tt:.- i
W 'I a r
t i.pi- oiri.r i- ai. .
: An -u-t !. i -!:!.:
:i'lii!.-. 1 1. A:j-'l:i'if. I. "i:i-
Atk.i..-. li l;u-l!t..rd. r il
It xlin:-. M I. IT. -ai.. I A
i iav .V I... II s K.iw .ir.-. .n.l.i.
r'.i.-'.t-r. ii.rt:i. t,,...li;i!it. Tayi.r
liiu . Cliarlii- ilonnar.l, l'aui"
luiiiiMHi, ii 1 Knit. Louis
Kail. Mi.-' Zvlu I.oIti.n. .1 M
Mil lain. -la-i t-r nal. W'ml
tvali.4-. .Jaiiit-.- it'-ynt.l.i, Louis
Swan Mairit- liiomiikins Or"
slifklumse, Mrs Murv Vnpi. Mr "ti-lia
Vest. Mis- Ito-v Wilkin-tiii, .luliau
Wilkt-y, W L " VonnK, Mrs .1 II
W lien ratlin? Ir sanir, jilcase ttate that they
t-Te a'lvt rt:5f.l. An; . Kiehwiktii,
Acting P. M.
( rouq and Wlioupins Cough.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup will
promptly relieve Croup and Whooping
Cough. It will cure the worst Cough
or Cold. It never disappoints. Try
STRAYED From the fUngittr house lot of
. Andenoa Jk Wuner, about JqIt tth, oq
large red cow. marked aa follows: One horn
off and the tip of the other hore broke off. A
liberal rewarl will be paid for the return of the
cow or for information leading to bet recover.
ASDKKSOX It Warxib. .
TRAVELERS can add (free) samples on
which several earn sJoe and .1uo each sea
son (now approaches)- Protected ground,
cash corns, on season's trade. P. U. 1371,
WASTED Healthtal persona to travel for
old noose. Straight, bona lid salary
S70M a rear and expenses. Reference. Enclose
self-addresred stamped envelope. A. J.
BinneOB. Secretary, Chicago.
WASTED Ladies to sell World's Silver
Polish. Can mdke mm S-? tn 13 nr dav.
Polish, Can mdke Irom 3? to 13 per day.
Sen! S5e (stamps, coin or money order) for
ver PoliebingCo,, iitt Eighth street, Cairo, IU.
Heart-burri from excessive smoking,
or from any other cause, is relieved
by the first dose of No. 10, Dr. Hum
phreys' Specific for Dyspepsia. 25c
Book on Diseases of none.
Book on diseases of horses, cattle.
sheep, dogs, hogs and poultry mailed
free by addressing Humphreys' Veter
inary Specifics, corner William &
Sts., New York.
S. M. A. It. It. TIME TABLE.
No. 1. daily, except Sunday. Willow
Springe. Springfield and Konasa
City lupress..., f.H) a. m
So. 5. St. Lonis Expreea, daily 11 s. m
No. 7. Paxlco Accommodation , for
Advance, Bloomfleid and Pnxieo,
daily except Sunday SMp.m
No. i, Springfield. Kansas City and
w. urais naii, aaiiy excenji son
day 6:0J p, m
Mo. 6. Cairo and Texns Express via
ueita, a any except snaaay i:psm.
No. 4. Poxice Accommodation, daily
except santiay 9:03 a. Si
No. s, St. Lonis ExTTess. Sunday
onlv 4:33 p. m
No. 1 makes eloeeooi-nections at Brownwood
for Bloomdeld, at Williamaville for points
north on the Iron Mountain and at Hunter for
Grandin, Springfield and all points west.
No. 5 makes direct connection with the Iron
Mountain north bound at Delta.
No 7 makes direct connections with Iron
Mountain and Cotton Beit south bound train a
A Happy Home.
As manv of the little friend's of the
K. S. Wathen children are making
inouiries about the pi"irress thev are
making at the Urphanaire we publish
below a poem written by I orienne,
wno 1- nut twelve years olu:
All tildii an Tainted.
U colds are tainted with Gird
wnen ,rn urevaus. '",. breatcs up
(riu anil t'oltis that
Mice and residence in the Caspar
I loth build on Broaway. ort-98
CAl'K fJIHARDKAl". MO.
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When You Comt
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Vi'. uld be c.r.sidcrt.d a small sun to pay
ftr an absolute cure for Itching Piles,
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Tlu y say it will cure 90 out of 100 cases.
Price 50 cents. Sample sufficient to give
ri lief , for 4 cents in stamps.
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