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Fori' the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ
cnza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipicnt Consumption and for the re -I
lief of consumptive persons m advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 2$ Cents.
TO PEESEKVE THE HEALTH
TJao the ' Magneton Appliance Co. 'a
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PRICE ONLY 85.
The) are priceless to ladim, obntlbm in and
eailDHKN With WEAK LUNOB i noCSBe of PNKDMON'A
oa oroof la oror kn-iwn where theia
janneuts are wen. They also provnt and cure
1ABT UrTFlODLTIBa, COLDH. RIlaOMaTlSM, NBUBilr
IA, THROAT TROUBLES, UIPUTHKIUA, CATARRH, AND
ALL KINDRED DISSASg. Will WS any Service
for Three tears. Are woiD over the under-cloth-log.
PATATJRTT 11 needless to describe the
VA L O-LiiLXiLLf syoiptonsof this nauseous dis
ease that Is sapping the life and strength fit only
too many of the fairest and beet of both sexes.
Labor, study and research In America, Europe and
Eastern lands, have resulted In the Magnetio Lung
Protector, affirdlnq cure for Catarrh, a remedy
which contains No buuoomaof tbe Mtstem, ana
with the continuous stream of Manetiam per
meating through the afflicted organs, must bbV
TORI THE TO A BBALTHT -OTION. We PLACE OUR
FRioB for this Appliance at less than one-twentieth
of the price asked by others for remedies upon
which you tike all the chances, and we especial
it Intite the patronage of the many persons who
bare tried Duoaoma thbir stomioub wituout bp-
HOW TO OBTAIN GT0h!0
gist and ask for them. If they have not cot them,
write to the proprietors, enclosing tho price in let
tar, at our risk, and they shall be aent to yon at
once by mail, postpaid.
Send stamp for the "Mew Departure In Medi
cal Treatment without medioisb," wlih thou
sands of testimonials.
TUB MAGS ETON APPLIANCE CO.,
818 State Street, Chicago, III.
Note. 8end one dollar In postage stamps or
currency (in letter at our risk) with else of shot
sually worn, aii d try a pair of our Magnetic In
soles, and be convinced of the power residing In
our Magnetic Appliances. Positively no cold feet
where tliev are worn, or money refunded. 109-ly
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tressesof abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATHAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow! freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
ont, arrests and enres gray
ness. removes dandruff anU
itching, makes the Hair,
strong, giving it a curling
tendency rand keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tlral. healthy Hair is the sure
result of Using Kathatron. :.
The necessity for prompt and efficient household
remedies la dallv growing more imneratiTe and
of these Hoetetter's Stomach- Bitters Is the chief
In merit and the most popular; Irregularity of
tne atom sea ana noweis, malarial levers, liver
complaint, debility, rheumatism and minor all
Bents, are thoroughly conquered by tbla incom
parable famliy restoratr and medicinal safeguard
nd It is justly regarded as the parest and most
comprehensive remedy of Its cla a.
lor sale by all druggists and dealers generally,
"CITY; GUN STORE"
Oldest In the city; established iu
'Oom'i Ave., between Oth and lots. Btav
i , ..!-- ; j if
MAHUFACTCRER A DIALER IN ALL KINDS
RIFLES, PISTOLS, r
Ammunition of all doscr pMons always o hand al
, , BOTTOM PRICKS.
Oaneral repairing ia all kinds of me tali. Key
fall descriptions made to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Olvo me a call, and be convinced for
mrseir, at me a gu oruu uia, .
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
Wl-oa u " ItowUto, Cairo, m,
The Daily Bulletin.
-Qulncy News: "Congroaanun Miller
mado a speech on the river and harbor bill,
few dare ago, in which he charged that
Tut mmi of money appropriated for the
improvement of the Mississippi were
"filched" by interested parties. It to hap
pen! that the money lias to pais through an
army officer's- hands before any outsider
can teuch a dollar of it, and he promptly
called upon the gushing congressman to
specify an instance where any of tho funds
had been "fllolied" or in any manner mis
applied. The congressman slips out oi the
dilemma by declaring he didn't mean
that it was only a figure of speech. He
will probably eschew crow hereafter. This
is the presidential year, and that dish is
not palatable to the average politician." :
Reliable information is given ef the
appointment of a committee representing
the metropolitan press now in Washing
ton, engaged in lobbying to secure the
passage of a law by Congress to copyright
news matter for forty-eight hours after pub
lication. The attention ef Mr. Thomas
should be called to this, fact. The inten
tion evidently is to legalize a gigantic
monopoly of news, ant) to make it unlaw-
ful for the minor newspapers and country
press to reproduce current news during the
period when it has much value. . It will
readily be seen that the projected law would
injure and almost destroy the weaker news
paper! of the country, and. put them at the
mercy of the great overgrown newspapers
of the large cities. - Thie' is a matter in
hich the general public have a deep inter
est, and it is very desirable that Mr. Thorn-
' attention should "be called to it, and
that he should use all his influence towards
the defeat of the would-be monopolists.
Judge F. Broti returned Friday from
Galetburg, Ills., where he had been to at
tend a meeting of the directors of the Odd
Fellows Mutual Benefit association as a
delegate from Cairo. The object of the
meeting was to dispose of general business,
and the delegate from Cairo distinguished
himself for good common sense so we
learn indirectly from one of the fraternity.
For years it haa been the custom at these
meetings of the board to preface the work
of the , board with a grand "blow out"
which, being interpreted, means, in more
classic lingo, a banquet. , This would be
given at the expense of some member of
the board and every member would attend
and spend half a day or a day in a very
pleasant manner, neglecting for . the time
the business of the board which he was
sent there, under pay from his lodge, to
transact. . The same programme was inaug
urated at the meeting of the board last
week a rich feast was prepared by one of
the resident members of the board and all
present invited to attend. All did attend,
except the member from Cairo who respect
fully declined, replying to many solicita
tions that he had been sent there to attend
to business, not to feast. This, coming from
a member who had been and was as promi
nent in the order as Judge Bross has been
and is, naturally threw consternation among
the other members of the board, but they
went "on with the dance" all the same.
When the board met afterwards Judge
Bross was appointed chairman of the com
mittee on salaries.. Here again he
exhibited his . good judgment to the
surprise and ultimate approbation of the
board. The president was summoned be
fore the committee, on salaries. ,Tbe pres
ident is a Jina man in every way. Genial in
disposition, honest . as the . day is long, a
self-made man and well up in the world
financially, also thoroughly competent te
hold the important position of president of
perhaps the most powerful insurance organ
ization in the world.. But he is aatively
engaged in business for himself, and from
answers to questions asked by Judge Bross
it appeared, that he did not give the affairs
of, the association the personal attention
they ought to have. Being asked why this
wu thus, he said that the salary allowed
him a president, $300 per year, would not
justify him in neglecting his own business,
or hiring a good man to attend to it, in or
der to give the affairs of the association
more attention. Judge Bross asked if he
could afford to give the association half his
time if hie salary wore raised to $1,000 per
annum and he replied In the affirmative,
The committee reported in favor of the in
crease as suggested, which astonished the
board; but the chairman of the committee
made oue of hia characteristically vigorous
JJttlo speech! which settled all objections
and the recommendation went tnrougn
The treasurer was also summoned before
the committee. He had applied for an
increase of salary .' ,' "How much do you re-
ceive,':, uked the chairman. "$300 per
annum. "How much money, 90 an average
do you have in the treasury t"-"$50,000."
"How much interest do you draw on it in
addition to your stipulated salary!" "None."
"Well, you're, a said the Judge;
"send the money down to my bank at
Cairo aad youll get two per cent. Send it
U Chicago and you'll get the same. Two
per cent, on $50,000 Is $1,000 per annum
Ton, might have $1,200 instead of $200
per year." It ii neediest to aay : that the
treasurer's salary, was not raised. This is a
Uttlo of the inside buttery of the proceed
inge, which will probably so appear la
the) bltaho4 pntogTor the board.
OAIKO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1884.
W. P. liaHBDiM. river editor of fs Biiubtim
and atuamboat paseenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job prlntiug solicited. Office
at Bower's (European Hotel, No. W Ohio leva.
1 ' IIIII ITEMS.
The intelligent, "deyil'J typo, who set our
rivor column backwards in Sunday morn
ing's issue, is now setting up a column of
conundrums, sod you but' he will make a
success out of it; for when he gets through
no one will be able to make it out. Yes,
our doyil it lainio'iasf. , V
The weather has moderated greatly in
the past 80 hours.' Yesterday was a damp,
disagreeable day, and a regular breeder of
pneumonia, rheumatism and all the similar
ills that flesh is heir to. '
Business on the wharf yesterday was
lively. The Annie P. Silver was receiving
freight all day, and .loft for New Orleans
at 10 p. m. "
The Ella Eimbrough left net for Mem
phis at 12 p. m. yesterday. She had a good
passenger trip and all the freight ehewanted,
as she had engagements below sufficient to
load tier flat , '
, The wife of Capt. Vinton, of the steamer
Andy Bauih, was a passenger on the Yint
Shinkle yesterday from Memphis. She
went from here to Kvtvnsville by rail.
From the tone of the St. Louts Republi
can we are led to believe that steamboat,
barges and all classes of floating craft, will
be in great peril when the ice breaks up at
Navigation in the Ohio at Cincinnati,
Pittsburgh and Louisville, is still iu a para
lyzed state and the rivor tailing.
The Vint Shinkle, with 600 tons, passed
up for Cincinnati at 4 p. m. Saturday.
The Henry A. Tyler went into Memphis
with a good trip and departed for this port
yesterday morning at daylight.
, The big "O." line steamer Guiding Star
is ovordue and should report here to-day
Capt. Carter of . the Schenck and Capt.
Stein of the Wyoming were at Evansville
last Saturday, consulting which boat should
turn back for Cairo and reload for New
The passenger business, for railroads as
well steamboats, is exceedingly light. The
fact of the business, the traveling public
have taken a sensible view of matters, and '
are only traveling when compelled.
The Gus Fowler arrived at 8 p. m. yester
day. She had a very good trip.
Cipt. . Rudman, on ,, wharf boat No. 2,
took a trip by rail over in Kentucky yester
day for the benefit of his health. He was
only gone a few hours, but after his short
visit to his "native heath," he looked much
improved. . , .7 , t -
The John A. Scudder will be the next
Anchor line steamer to load here for the
south. . ' .
Henry Pell, the "purty" clerk of the
Fowler, was at his post yesterday. He got
left at Paducai) lass Saturday because bis
"sweetness" was in town.
Tho W. H. Cherry from Nashville is ad
vertised there to come through thie week.
If she docs she wilt report here to-morrow.
For threo years Mr. R. C, Wright, of Gas
ton, N. C, had been an mtenne sufferer
from Rheumatism. ,v His friend, J. A. War
wick,' of Petersburg;' Vs., writes: "Before
the first bottle of Athlopeobos was fin
ished be was able to walk, and now goes
about all over his farm." - In this case,
which the friend of Mr.- Wright regarded
as desperate, a test was made of Athlo
fhoros. It surprised friend and patient
by its prompt and thorough action on the
blood and diseased parts, and won the em
phatic opinion that it waa truly a specific
for Rheumatism. .-..i . , uf. 1
NEW WEST FOR JANUARY.
1 We have . just ; received from Jas. F.
Aglar, general agent Union Pacific R. R.
St, Louis, , a copy of this, really valuable
publication.:.. The. New West is published
in Penver and in. the future will be pub
lished monthly. Ths edition is rich in
valuable statistics and information not only
in relation to Colorado, but the whole great
west principally Wyoming and Idaho. The
latter territory ia now being opened up by
the Hew Oregon Short Line of the Union
Pacific R. R., which runs through the center
of the same and ' passes through the best
mining,. ; farming and grazing lands In
the world. Parties desiring copiea of this
paper can procure the same by addressing
Mr. Aglur. - '
How they found out. On a train two
gentlemen wore dinctiHsing tho' nativity
of a third who sitt near them. "I'll bet
he's a Southern man:" "No, ho looks
more like a Westerner. ' "Wefcan toll
by asking him a question,' can't we?"
"AH right, for' the cignrs, now he's a
Westerner, and I'll ask him the' ques
tion." , So he went across tho car and
politely said: 'I beg jour pardon, sir,
but what time is it?"1 'Well, sail," he
replied, looking at bio watch, 'St is fo'
minutes. bofo fo'." . That; settles it
Cincinnati Trawler'. :
The Bank of .Commerce, of Cleve
land, has a rule that no. ofiicial con
nected .therewith' shall speculate in
stocks. President S. T. Everett hav
ing violated that rale has resigned by
request, though' he- and the Directors
savhe used onlv Jiia viwn mnnnv in
speculating. The bank is wisely can-
tlOUS. :' lT" ' ' o:R.n.;. i
' In (ha hrtnkt' ant'nrniial' ll. t.it
tation to comforta6ll exposure "yields its
fruit in most pernicious cough and irrita
tion of the throitv, Dr., Bull's Cough Syrup
stand un rivaled aa a nmody for throat
and long dlsoseat. -Si eeala a bottle. , ,,- ''
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. Stb ft 6th 8te
Juat received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he war i 1 1 sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
ctwnprlses the best of ST. I,OtHH HANI) MADK
and of HOSTON MANirrAOTlTKKH, l.AUIKH'
and CUM.DIUN'S HilOKS, and UK NTS' KUI1
UKIt HOOTS and SHOK8.
fcVWe also make to order anything In our Hue
of the best matorlal and workmanship.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. ,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
, Highest Cah Pri Paid for Wheat.
PKOFKHSIONAL OA RDM.
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tho Homeopathic treat
ment of snriclcal dlneaa, and diseases of women
OKHCK-On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Av., Cairo, 111.
VAFOIt, KLKOTHO-VAPOH and MKD1CATKD
A lady In attendance.
QU. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OFPICK Klghtk Street, near Ooratrerclel Avenue
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
OmoB No. US Commercial Avenne, between
SBfctiiand Ninth HtreeU
rjIDE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois).
71 OIIIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, m 1 00,000 !
A General Banking UusinoHS
JfJNTEKPMSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. DA. Y,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSS, President.
II. WELLS, Oasnlor.
IP. NFF, VlcePres'ut
I T. J. Kerth, Ass t cash
Cairo I William KIbio. .Cairo
I William Wolf.... '
CM Osterloh " I C. O. Hitler
Oini 1. oil ... .,.,
B. A. under FI. Wells
. : i- i, Y. Clemsoo, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS OOSB.
Exchanxe sold and bought. Interest paid li
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all bnelnoss promptly attended to. ,
3 m H
The Ideal Caligrraplu
THI PERFECT WRITINQ MACHINE.
iKverv Machine warranted. Ad-
rnstable typo bars, perfect auUK
matte paper toed, aven anvariav
di tension, no lost motion, bev
eled platen, light carriage. All
work oj throo sums, wnntt aeatar aad taoro)
' M t5
"Wm. Lndwie &! Co.,
NO. 110 COMMERCIAL AVEN UKf' CAIRO, i ILL.
lliitfliest Market Prlcei Taid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Lndwig & Co.
Riillevcd and cured without soriiiolnl operation, truss toi-lurn or dnienllnu from labor liy l)r. J. A.
Hlioriusn's synliim. I'stlmils rrinn ahrnsd c-iii recolvu traaimoiit and lesve for homn nanie uay. Hup
lure ami tru..i'S cause luminal, klilne and bladder afflictions, hiTmI the ncrvniu hynu-in, Impair
m inliood and hrlim on liiijitriu-.r and othr diiploreMe ailm 'iits. All thee troiiiiios ri-niovml and
prlniltlvn s.inniliiii.a rxalurud liy Dr. Khermaii'a treatment. Hunk, with oonhiiiioiis inrtorsMiuoiila for
the pant tlilrlv-llvnyeirs from iihyalr.lans, merchants, clurvriiiim, farmers umt utlmrs who huve been
cured, nullcut for ion cent. One Hinvthe, al the Vienna Institute, hi. I.onli. Mo., liu. allur d the like
ness of cure I mtiluiiti iu Dr. Hluiruirtu's illustrated pamphlets, hired nitin to personate Itniin, and pub
llMhes thorn aa patlnnU lo bu cured. This bold fraud to dune the einicte i Is Mlly inid In an llliis
tratuil circular which Is sent to ail' one who writes for It. Hlnne thn ruiliii'llnn of turin. pnilmiis ere
dally I'omliitf from a 1 parls of the country for treatment. Day of conaiiltnllun al Now York oillce. Ml
Broadway, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday each week.
'.IT H 13
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1 883, Under (lie
Law of 18B3.
Sucnmmir to Widows and Orphans Mmnal Aid So
clety, oruanlsiirt July 4lh, 1877, under
liio laws of lH7i.
JOHN H. noiUNHON,.
WM. ST It ATT N
3. A. UOLOSTINK
C. W. DCNNIMl
BOARD OF DIRECTOIH fou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton.Strntton ft ttlrd, uro-.or, Cairn, III.,
J, A. (lOUlHtlne, oKioldntlnu It Itosunwater, whole
sale anil ret ul (try good; O, W. Dunning, M. D.j
I'r. Bd. M-1 Kit., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
ciiinimni-lo nuicliant ; J. H. lloliluaon, county
in (I no an im l ii ry pulillc; Wm. F. Pitcher, com .
broker and mmirance aofent; R. U. Baud, city
street anuervlnor: M. I'hilllus. carpi titer and build
ar; Thomas Lwl, attorney and secretarvj K.V.
Pierce, attornny-at-law, Diiquoln lll.jK. C. Pace
cashier of Outennlal ItunK, Ashley, III.; Albert
liayuen. cashier or uoorjje t;onneiiy a uo., spring
Held. Ill : B. M Mnnn. attorner-at-law. IU Kaa-
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Koht. A. Hatcher, at-torney-avlaw,
Charleston, Mo.; II. Lelgblon,
cashier f irst national nanic, oiairt, lows.
A Dew and Complete Hotel, fronting; b, Levei
Second and Railroad Streets,
The Passenger Depot of the Chicago, St. Lonli
and iiaw Orleans: Illinois Ceatral; Wahacb, HL
Loois and PactAc; Iron Mountain and Hontbern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Loots Railways
aro all Just aoross the street; while the Steamboat
Lauding Is lint one square distant.
This Hotel is heated by steam, has steam
fjinndry, Hydraulic Elevator, Klectrtc Call Bells.
Automatic Plro-Alarma, Baths, absolutely pure air,
pnrlect sewerage and complete appointments.
Haperb furnishings; perfect service; and an an
Xj. P. PAHKKK Ae OO.. Tjnmmm
A. N"K3 W
A Practical Telephone for Social and
1 Business I'nrpoHcs, Dneqnaled for
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Outright for 8S.OO. No B3x.
They are In every wav far superior to the many
Amateur Mechanical Terephonei Bow being told
throughout the country. They aro tho only tele
phones having an Automatic Line Wire Tlghtner
and they are toe only Telephonso that an pro
tected by on Outdoor Lightning Arrester. Alt
sounds are delivered In clear and natural tonao.
They are the beatest, moat durable and reqaire leea
attention aad repairs than oar other TeUphoma
mads. Send, lor our llluatraud circular. Ageota
wanted. TBK U. B. 1KLKFHOM1 CO .
" Was 'aO A M Wmmk Ht' HtST ?
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I V U Si
i V jK il
ny addressing (IICO. P. ROW KM. CO, 10
Spruce Ht , New York, can learn the ei act rost
of any proposed Hue of AOVKHTISfNtl in Amnr.
loan Nowepapiira. fWl0 pege Paiuplilut, l'c.
1 on JaimiK Hlver Vs., Iu a north -
em sutllomenl. Illustmted r.ir-
ciiinr Iree. J.
Kor Many licitNoiiH.
nnnson's t'anclnil I'linnn I'lmilura oral all
other citernal remedies. Prompt, hljhlv medici
nal. 2ft cents.
1 have a pmltltn rmnndy fur t he Imi iIim.ss ; hy lis
naa theuaanris l mm nf the wurt. kind ami el fon
JlanmiiK ha.e bora cured, lndmul, .nalrnng la niy
nil ti lpTtefflnur,tliat I will a.i1 TWO Iton i.hfl
KKKK, toantliar mllli a V A I.U A 111 .K Tit HAT I H K m
fhla awM, to any auttrr. i I Ive eatireaa and I". k
addrsas. Da. T. A. HIAJOU at. 1H1 Pearl otNi Viirla
of Vulum a yrar, The rholrcut llleiuin e of the
world. Celalogue flou, l.owcat prl i s ever known.
Mot suld by deuli rs. Kent, lor rxiimliiiillon before
payment ou nvideucoof eond fultn,
- ' JOHN II. AI.Dl'.N, I'ulillxhnr,
P.O. Box UV. IB V. iiy St., New York
Whn I say enre 1 do mt mean mornly to stop tli.tn
for a tune and than hata l lieui roi urn ain
rad oaionre. 1 hr made thediaeattfinr blln, JUT
I.KPHT Oft PA ),Lt NO H ICK N KNH a II fa-lnng study,
1 warrant in. ramadr toenra the worateaans, iliviaua.
I nava tiieui rniiirnaifnin, ni"n r
otliars liara failed la nurnnann lor not now rwiatvlns- a
nir& Hf,nd ak nfifla for a 'IWI lu and a l-'raa lint tie of
my Infallible ramadr. Olve ICijiraM and I'naUallwk It
ouata Too noriunir lor a trial, ami iwuirorayoe.
Addraas Uli. li. O. MOUT. let Poarl St.. NawTork.
617 It. Charles ttroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. i-aoriilar rrnfliiailM nf tw nipiltnl
ooiipgva, II a. neen innir.-r rugngeii iu I
!ient of Cliraiiif,, N.rvoii., t-U
Hood Dlavaaaa than any other )liv
t, IjouU, as rlty paier aliaw nmlafl
eollegea, ha. lieen Innir.-r rugnged Iu the traat-
. r-ulu ciiul
livali-lmi In '
all olil ra.l
dents know. tniiM"lnt!"ii ..I i'ill.-e or It mall.
free and Invited, A friendly tnikor lila oplnlim
coals nothing. When Itlafiwiuveulimtlovlalt
the city .or treatment, luedleliica run In-soul
by mall or exprean vervwhere. ('urii)ile ca.ei
guaranteed i whera doolil ul"t, it la frankly
stated, tailor Write.
WBrron Proatratlon, Debility, Mental and
Physical Wealinei, Mnrurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Uonea, Blood
tTf'tiaa and Blood Pononin!? , Skin Affee
' tlon' or"i r'Pc,,r' Impttl'tnenU to
Marriags,' 11 Rhsumatl'fra, Pile. ' Special I
Mention to cms from over-worked brain. '
SDKCHCAL CASES receive upocial attention.
Diseaaea arising from Imprndsnena, EioeaaoB. :
Indnlgenojs or Expoaur',a.
i It is sslf-evldenl that a ihyli'ian pnylng .
particular atlenlloii to a elnia of raws allslna
great skill, and pbvalniaua In reirular lu-M-tlce ,
all over the country knowing thl, IVeiuen,ly
recommend raaeato ill oldi i ofrli-e In America,, ,
when every known aidliiuce la rewirtcil lit,
, and the proved uotxt i-einxdit-a of all
ages and rountrlea are uard. A whole linns l
u..d forefllce iiurpojies, end all aretrraled with
skill In a roaiiectnil manner! and, knowing
what to do. noexi'erlnieiiiii are made. On se- .
rount of the greet iinrritir aidylng, tha '
charges sre kept low, often lower than Is
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