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freight at 7s.W p. ui... " Sunday.
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JAJAX9 JOHNSON. Agent.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
txpres leaves Calm daily ..-...t " p. m .
l in arrive at Ctairo dully. a. lu.
Aoonmdetion leaves Cairo daily . 1.00a m.
A er.om station arrives daily (eXLpt
Sunday) -.. tl:,,r. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
SJ'JLT- liOUIO i
We Have Come to Stay!
'pilK train nl thin r.imjar,y vntift at t
1 Lu-1 an t Kast kt. Loui, with all other
i.ae t j tti .orll, Iaat and
TIME .( IIKHCLK
.Vrr. re at -t . Louis .
Vi a m
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am at Cairo,...- Croep.ro.
I. L. HINCKLEY, lieni'sl J'upirinter.iMit.
A. WLNTi' iimi lal I'mwrur-T Agent.
V. II. MAI-EAULAMl, Ai.t.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles tho Shortest to
lou::v:l!.2. ::::;iaii ui:dl:h
34 Miles tho Shortest to
iVER Tl! IN '
M ALL OTIIEIt HOADS
Making Samo Connections,
fMasentrera by other route to make
Counketiona must ridea.ll nitrhtwa.it
in if from On to Six Uwurs at
aruall country atationa for
trair a of connecting ruada.
ftamerabar that fact and tako our
C:OJ a. in. Traiivrcaching
Trains I'-ave auJarrit atCai.o. M lollow:
vUil reavi-s '. ' 0 tu
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luilartivc4 ii:'i p. lu.
uii ;-.a- in.
A IlirjuRh t:k-t aii-l i-ln-ck t all important
f. A. MILLER, U. L. MORRILL,
Irt-n I'aiis. Ag't. GfiK-ral Sup
I.. K. I 111 K II.
I'ums. A vent.
J FITS EP1LESY,
rerm:netilly ourfil no luiiubujr by one
f u.ODtli's linage of lr. tioulards t'tlebrat
nl Fit 1'owiltr. To conviuce aurttrcrs
" tliat tlice powder will do all we :luim for
tliwin, we will "nd them by luail, pot
.ald, lro trial bor. Ai L)r. Ooulard is
4tlie ouly phykiaD tbut has ever made this
linear a apeeiu) siu.ly, and us to our
L.oowledj;e thousands "have been perma
ueully cured by the use of tui'6 powders,
we will jranruutee a peruiiitnt eure in
every cr.'e, or reliiud you uil woney ex
pended. All m llVr or. hlioiild K've lliee
1'owders an early trial, utid be convinced
of tbeir curative' powers.
I'rico, for ari,'e bos, $3, or 4 boxes lot
$10. sent by mail to any part of United
tiaUsort'aii&da on receipt of price, or by
express t". O. l. Address,
SiiO Fultou Street, Brooklyn, N, V.
All suQ'erer from this disease that are
anxious to be cure 1 should try Dr. Kiss
tier's Celebrated Consumptive 1'owders.
These powder are the only preparation
known that will cure Consumption and all
disease of the throat aud lunj; Indeed,
so strong is our faith in them, and also to
convince you th it they are no humbug, we
' will forward to every tunerer, by mail
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want your money uutil you are
perfects aatuiied ot tbclr curative powers.
If you life is worth savin?, don t delay tn
giving these powders triai,
surely cure you. A
i'rlce. for large box, ent to uy part
of the Cnlted Slates or Canada by mall on
rceipt of price. Addresi,
ASH & BOBBINS,
330 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N. r.
A BIG SNAKE.
Arris nl of ft Itrfinf ifnl Atmrimrtw In
lie I. XovlBlcl tsitrilfiia.
Mr. I'rutik Iliuklati'I ilesfrilxs in l.tind
nl H'ut'r Hie arrival of a larjre cnake hi
the ZooloiiHl rfardeim : "Willi tin
corumi'tiifiiKht ot the I.oiidou ficnson
lias arrived an illustriom vi'itor from
.South America. II Is oin ol Use larjfet't
ol tli bonvlir family known to otir jjti'1
Tt on. He Is an anaconda ilUmrctt M
runt), which, at I truii?lntc It, in .ails
'the good awinimirig mouse or dear
pater.' 1 his liiiniPiiM uake I now
ciilcly boused in the make houc of the
Zoological pardons, under the p irt ntal
care of Holland, who ha for many
yean to uby managed the Anak'-s,
poisonous and norpoisonou. Our vis
itor arrived in Llverpwl In a Jarire
tox. Intpllijffnoe wa flveii to fr.
liartlett, who proiedoU "to Liverpool to
Inspect him. a matter of poiiMderabls
Uilll' iiltv. It will not do to buy an ex
pennWe snake ot this kind without war
ranty. Snake are very liable to canker
In th mouth. The gurni! pet swollen
ami tlabby, and completely conceal the
feeth, so that the beast cannot feed.
Agaln.lt Knake arc injured lu the cap
ture; they frequently die in consequence.
It la iieceisary to examine the fnake ai to
the two point. Ilayinir been
shut up for eveiul month! without
lood and in the dark, the ana
conda was not in irool temper. When the
lid was opened Mr. liartlett caught him
ti?ht around the neck with both hand?;
ii is not necessary to open the mouth,
and the savage beat did that oou
enough himseif, in true anjrer. A mo
ment's Inspection showed he hand no di.a-ea-:
cf the gum. It wa with Fom
difficulty that Mr. liartlett got his head
back into the box, without letting out a
looter two ot hi body. The anaconda
lias not poisonous teeth, hut has great
and dangerous powers ot crushing. The
box with the make weighed over two
hundred pound. 11 wa with much
dedglnir that the anaconda waa conduct
ed by two keepers to his new quarters,
where he Jat once retreatPd Into a
bath of warm water, from whic'i, a yet.
he has only emerged once or twlrp. "It 1
difflcult to give the exact length of
the snake, an Ins is not to be
measured w ith an much lacility as a fath
om ol rope. He is now lying in three
parallel fold In his bath; we know the
length of the hath, and we calculate his
length to be between eighteen and twen
ty left a tremendous fellow. It was
lmpo"ibie to get a tape measure around
him. but having measured his diameter
on his thickest part, we conclude that he
i two ti-et around the body. At present
he is thin, and his skin "lit him very
looeiy. It i hoped that he will soou
begin to fird. Air. Eartlett, with his us
ual ingenuity, has found out how to
make .Mr. Anaconda feed. He corers
his hath over &t Light, and puts therein
with the make a duck. The duck is al
ways gone in the morning, and the suakc
appears tatter. Anaconda is decidedly noc
turnal and aquatic in his habits. Like
onr own British snake, it Is found in
marshy, damp places, and lie feed upon
animal w hich come down to drink at
night. Mr. liartlett has ascertained that
the last fnake had consisted ot a young
peccary, the horny parts of the hoots
having been discovered in tha (tones at
the bottom of the cage. Then; are also
the hairs of another animal which has to
be diagnosed by microicopisU.This trop
ical American snake. is also called
the Aboma. The provincial name Is El
tra'jj. utniUu, or the deer swal lower. He
never Interferes with men, although, of
cour-e, h will tako his own part if at
tacked. It Is greatly to be hoped that
this magnitlceiit make will in time get
his appetite and recover from his travel
worn appearance. His color may be tie
stribed at hull', w ith very dark markings
ou tho upper parts. Ills companion in
the cage is a magnificently reticulated
python ( I'lair salfn), caught at 1'enang.
Ii has been at the gardens since August.
1 S7i. and has not eaten anything since he
arrived. He shed his skin on Sumlay,
February :!", and Is now most lovely to
behold. ' It would he Impossible to de
scribe the tints of the new ikin (a splpn
did lacing ot bronze, bine, gold and
black), except by saying that they are
quite as gorgeous as the jieaooek's plum
age." Lock H:rfi:ii
t liarti-nsl r.y the
fStutu of Illinois
tor the Xrv.a
nuriio.se ot k iv i n if
-iWi limiifslmle ruin I
o all cases of private, chronic, ami urinary di-
suases in all their coni)ilicattsi forms. Il is well
known that I r. J units has stood at the head ol
the profession for the st ;K year. Aire and
eiprrU-nrwareall-inipnrtant. NemliiHl Unk
leas, niKlit losses by dreams, pimples on the
face, lout isii'jhh1, can ikihIIhIj lie cmeeil
Ladies wautiiiK the most ilelirare attention, call
4; write, t'leusant home fur patient. A hook
tor the million. AlamnKe Ouule. which tells
you all about these diseases--who should marry
whv not lo ctnts to pay postage. lr. James
hss to rooms aud parlor. You see no one hut
thedovtor oilicehours, w a.m. to 7 p. hi. miu
duvs, H to 12. All businras strictly conlMtn
tal". s-'-s -dw-lv
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A bottle costing 25c, 60c. or 91
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First Female Lobuyist at Wasiiinaton.
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Arieriiiis W aisl's Character and FecnlurlUes.
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A. ft. 8 AFFORD, President.
S t) TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. U YSLOP. Sec 'y and Treasurer.
P. W. Barclay,
F. M. Hto SrLSTM ,
li. II. CCXKI5nAJt.
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percent per annum, starch 1st and Septeiu- (
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4.viua uieiu coiiuiounu micreai
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Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every business flar fron.9a.in. to Spa.
ai Saturday evening lor savings deposits only
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W. HY8X.OP. Traaaurer.
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J. Neff. Vice rreVt. T. J. Kerth, Asst. ahr
tlllltSlBlSI VMS I UMStS
Corner Commercial Ave. ajid bt Street
r'. Bross, Cairo. Wru. Kluite, Cairo.
I. Neff, Cairo. M m. Wolfe, Cairo.-
A . Susauka, Cairo. K 1.. Hilhnirsley , vt. Louis
K. Illi'ler, t airo. H. Wells, Cairo.
V . it. lirinkman, St. Louis,
J. Y . Cleiuson, Caiwlunui.
Ueneinl Banklnf Bualnesa llonr,
t y-Fxrliaue solj aud boupht. Interest paid
n the ux in f Department. Colle4tons nuvte,
nd all business promntly attended to.
City National Bank
W. P IT ALU DAY, President.
HEN UY L. I1ALLIDAY, Vir Preat.
A ll KVKKoKl), CAsbiu,
WA'IKlt UYsLOP. A ss't Cashier.
S. stTAArs Taylor, R If. Ccoinuuam,
II L. II A1.LIOAY, W. P. Uali.iuav,
U I. Williamson. hrseiiiM Iuhd,
A tl. Saffohd,
Exchange, Com and Unitod States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
K POSITS received and general banking
Dealer in Fresh Meal!
Betwttbo Waahicaton and Cumruercla
Avenues, adjotriinsr Hanny'a.
YtKI'H for sale the beet Keef, Pork, Mutton
ii. Veal, lainih, baiiBaire, Ac. . u I is pr
rSil U serve 1'an.iliea in an amei.iahl n.s ie
I. II. MriKEY, D. T. Liskcah, J, M. Lamsoi
MULKEY, LINEGAR L LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
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Mo l2 N. 8th St.. St. Luis. Mo. t lul. m;
-TM. R. SMITH
Physician tb Surgeon.
Ofliee in Winter's Block.Tcorner Seventh snd
Commercial Aveaue, (entrance on Seventh.
Residence Thirteenth street, west Of U afliiiif ton
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ELOCUTIONIST'S JOURNAL ?ive, KlMr
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JKSftK HANKV A CO. lis Nassau St. N. Y.
Whereas John H. Philiis and Uachel J.
I'hillis his wife, did by a certain deed of
trust ;bearir.jr date Alarch the 1st ISTti,
convey unto Charles A. Scofield, guardian
of the minor heirs ol William it. sjcotield,
deceased, the following real estate situate
in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and State of Illinois and known and des
ignated upon the recorded plat of said city
as follows, to-wit: Lots numbered in and
2u in block numbered 2'J, and lots 5, C and
7 in block 74, and lot ten (IO) and the south
half of lot uuiubered 11 in block numbered
one in the tiist addition to the city ol
Cairo aforesaid, in trust, however, to se
cure the prompt payment ot a certain prom
isory note ot that- da'e, duly executed
by the mid .lohn 11. Phlllls, for the sum of
J,i;wi..riet, and made due and payable to the
said Charles A. Scofield, guardian as afore
said, twelve months after date with inter
est theireon from date at the rate of ten
per cent per annum. And whereas said
note is now past due and no part thereof ha
been paid and the sail John 11. Phillls has
made delimit in the payment nf the fame.
Now therefore, 1, tne sid Charles A. Sco
field guardian as aforesuid do hereby noti
fy the said John B. I'hillis and JtachelJ.
Phillis and all whom it may coueern that
by virtue of said deed ot trust and the
power therein conferred on ine, I will at
the hour of eleven o'clock, a. in. on the
21t day April, A. I). 177, at the westerly
court house, door in the city ot Cairo m
said county, sell at public out cry tor cash
in uunu ins anove nieniintieu real estate or
so much thireof as may be necessary to
pay aud discharge said promissory note
and the interest thereon and the necessary
expenses of executing ssid trust.
C lIAKLV S) A. SCOFIILl),
(iiiurdlan of the minor heir ot William II.
Cairo, Ills,. March llUh 1(77.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
looting and Outtering a Specialty
Slato Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
VSHIi rt STORK.
WHOLfcflAT.H ANP RKTAlt..
IN TFB CITY.
Good Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. aad Commercial Av!
C. 0. PATIER A CO.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Bank Building, tip-stairs.
?h Oldest Eetabliahftd Atrenoy in South J
m IUinola, repreasntinar ovsr
S65 000 000
BIKE AND LIFE
Policie-s an Issued on the most favor
able terms by
General Ixscrance Aoknt.
ouc tint Nonutl snd II intent Com
Or"Fi :K-r.i he Alexander CountT Ttank,
'. Uuukfl I Hitler Hlne of Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold leet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lastitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing ol the body, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purityini; the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent black spots tiying before tho eyes
with temporary sumsion and loss of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. K. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enioyin? health who have Used it. Take
only K. K. Kunkel's.
tuware of counterfeits and baso imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it ofl to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in U bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph ou the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
eraph on the outsiJo, and you Will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for t'. Sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. K. Kunkel's Worm r5yrup never fails
to destroy Pin Seat aud Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kuukel, the only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with held, and no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches Unit it Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
de.stroed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kuu
kel, No. iioil orth N'iuth street, Philadel
I hi ,Pa or call on your drut'tjibt and ask
tor . bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup
I'm i- il.OO. t never tiils.
H til; Colics
St. Louis, Mo.
IHOS, A. RICE, A. M. L. L. B.l
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THO. A. UICk;, A. M.,L. L. B.,
The Centaur Liniments na
pain, subdue swellings, heal burns, and will cure
Rheumatism, finavin. aud anv flesh, boat or
muscle aliment Tlw A ll I VV rapper is for
family use, the icliow Wrapper lor auimais.
list of the Ingredients aru contained around
each bottle. 1 key are cheap. lecdy, aud cer
The certain, speedy and haxiulM
remedy or children, is PitoW'aCaetoria. It is
as pleasant to sis as nancy ard as certain ill Ue
tracts as Castor oil . t'or W lud Colic, Worms
Sour Stomach, and Disordered Boarels, there
Boluln- like CastorU.
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Orders for Coal by the car-load
J,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
WTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
OQonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CXTT COAL C0M?AKT.
t"IIalllday Bro.'e .fflne. No 70 Ohio Levee,
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nAt Kiryptian Mills, or
tfAt the Coal Uuiup, foot of Thnrv-Klnhth
tjS-Post Ofllee Drawer, aai.
JOHN H. MTJLKKT,
4ttorney at Latv.
orriCE : At residence on Ninth Street, lietwoen
Waahingtoa avenue and Walnut Street.
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Room and Board. 1st and 2d
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Boom and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
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ltock" reduction in priws, the table will, as
usual, oe jinerauy snppiiea witn tne very beet
v. .m.wiuH uw, uau .Mi louno in maraec,
'ine larire sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on a-round floor, tree of charge .
CyAll hairxKireot yueats conveyed toandlrom
the hotel without charire
R. R, KO.SiEW,
Mark These Facts.
The Testimony of the Whole World.
"I hadnoaiioetite : Hulluwav's Tills eave me
a hearty one.''
lour rills are marvelous."
' I seud lor another box. aud keep them in the
' lr. Hollowuy has cun-d my headache that
"I gave oue ol your fills to my belie lor chol
era morbus. The dear little thing got well iu a
"My nausea of a morning Is now cured-"
''Your box of Hollow j 'a Ointment cured me
of noh.es in the head. 1 niblied some of your
Ointment behind the ears, and thenouehaa left."
"eud me two boxeet 1 want one lor a pour
"1 enclose a dofluri vour tirlce ii 2' cents, but
the medicine to me is worth a dollar.''
' Send ine Ave boxes of your Till. '
"Let me have three boxes of your Tills by re
turn mail, for Chills and r eeer."
1 have over ttJ such testimonials as these, hut
want of space con pels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders '
And all eruption of the skin, Jlhe ointment is
luoit invaluable . It does not heal externally
alone, but penetrates with the most scauhiuK
elleetsto Uie erv root of the evil.
Invariably cure the fulloWiug diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diaeasea affecting' these organs, whether
ther secrete too lunch or too htpe Water; or
helher Ihey lie a 111 ic ted with stuns or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these Tills should be ta
keu according o the pliuled directlous, aud the
Ointment should be Well rubbed into tbe small ut
the back at bed time. Tbia treatment will give
almost immediate relief when all oilier lU'-uns
For Stomachs Out of Order
No medicine Will so eflectually improve the
tons ul the atoiuaeu a these Tilia; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance r
improper diet. 1 hey reach the liver and reduce
it to a healthy action;tbev are wonderfully nlii-a-cioiis
iu cases of spasm iu fact they never tail in
curiiiK all disorders o. the liver and stomach.
Hol.LoWAY'S Tl LU are the best known in
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Asthma, liilious Coiuplejuia, llloiche on the
Skin, bowels, Consumption, IVbility, Dropsy,
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fevers ol au ainus, ilia, i.out, iieaaacne, in.li
irention, InllJinmuiiou, Jaucdiw, Liver Com
ulaiuli. Lumlauto. Tiles. Ulieuuiatixm. Iteteu-
tiou of uriue, scrofula or King's r.vil. Sore
throats, istoue a ml c. ravel Tio-l'ouloiireux,
Tumors, I leers. Worms of all kinds, Weakuess
Irom auy cause, etc,
None are genuine unless the signature of J.
Haydock. as ageal for the Called States, sur
rounds each box of Tills, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such iulorruation a may lead to th.
detection of aay party or parties rouulersriling
ta medicines or veudiug the sauia, knowing
theai to be spurious.
Sold at the mnufactory of Proressor Hot,.
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lai-tfi r.u.'r .
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XT A T'TTnTI mn 10 travel and sell our
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Addree MOXITOH LAMP CO ., Cincinnati. O.
Wus ewarded the highest prize at Centennial ex
pos, mm Sept. XT, is77. If you want liic let
tolstcao evrfr made a.k your grocer for this, and
see that "Jackson's ltest" ts on every plug.
Sold by all wholesale dealers. Any oue cn gee
a sample by applying to C. A. .IACKSON t CO.
Jinnuracturers. r.-teraimrg, v a.
CJ11 A DAY. How to make It. Something
PAX new and saleable. Address (OK, YON or.
4tU lh and Walnut su. St. Louis Mo.
Consumption, that scourge of humanity. Is
the great dread ot the human family, ia all civil-
I feel confident that I am in possession of the
only sure, infallible remedy now know, to
the profession for the speedy, positive cure ot
llutl dread dtsea,, and tta unwelcome concom
itants, visi Catarrh, Asthma, Uronchitls, Ner
vous Debilitv, etc., etc. lam eld fogy. 1 be
lieve ia medicine. Twenty-eight year expe
rience a a busy practitiouer in the beat con
sumption hospitals ia the old and new world.
nas taugiii me tne vaiue oi proiier iuriicsi usi
I .oth local aud constitutional iu the cum of this
r rest enemy of our race. I have found it Hut
am digressing. 1 started ui to say to those
siitl'erlng with consumption or any of the above
maladies, tout by addressing ma, giving symp
toms, they shall lie put lu possession' ol this
irreat boon, without charge, and shall have the
iwiieUt of my eanerience in thousand of cases
successfully treated, hull particular. Ui.ec
tions for preparation and use, and advice and
Instructions for successful treatment at your
ow a home, will be received by you by return
mail, free of charge, by addressing
DM. JOllN S. UL'KXETT,
w tlly l7.1cn"ersou flreet Louisville, Ky
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A a4 ha-.a. Sc. g aUa
t liaarery BTotlf.
Charles Thomas defendant U aetlAeil last oa
March 7ih, lsrT7. Fauute Thomas Complainant,
ai.d bar bill la rhaaecry, ta the AleaaaOer
rouniy circuit oourl, UU of Illinois, fug di
yorco and that said suit is Bow peadiug la said
court: That thereupon a auasiuons was assuad
out ot the clerk's ulUt-e of said eouit against
rou returnable on the third Mouslay ia May,
77, to a lerm of said evurl then to be kuldsra al
the court house ia Cairo In sail ouwaty aasl
Dated Match 27, UT?, , .
T. C. rhaver,cmplsJaaat'ssolktttra.il
r; 7 ;
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