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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1879.
H'ATAUH, THE CAUSE AND CUKE."
A Pamphlet hy Diu Cmwson I'lurr, of SO State
st., Chicago. Or. I'ntlt i tint iiulliiir of tliu Ozone
Treatment for Catarrh, and lu thin in'W treatise Is
rt-vitnlcd Hie secret of his success In tjit treatment
of a disease, to which ho has given the study of a
lifetime. Price of Pamphlet Itt cts. Scud for It.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO".
02 Lake St.
93 Seneca St.
Economy in Fuel, Duva- 1
liility, and Convenience.
Completeness of tlhiyn, anl
l'ci tVctwss of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Work iii? Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABfaS.
AND PROVES A M l CESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
Tor SuJc Everywhere by First-Class Dealers.
l-UEAIEK! BEFORE Iil'VlXU A
PIANO Oil ORGAN
Ho not fall to wiiil for in y latest A) pn'e Illustrated
N.-w',.;nicr with much valuable in.orinuilon Km
N'-.v piano. liV f l.ttand upwards. New Urcaus.
I'StoHt'i. lie nire to write me before buying
cewbcrc. Beware of Imitator. Address,
1MNIKL F. UKATY, Washington. X. J.
M.KNTS WANTED Kor tin: Best and Fastest
"-. llinsj I'll mriel Hooks mid Bible. Prices reduced
A jure- Bt. National Publishing Co., Chicago, lil
Ai.ENTS WANTED f..r Smiths Bible Dictionary
Ptive reduced. Circulars free '
A. J. HuLM AN A CO. Philadelphia,
. the title of a now I'aninhli-t of Tillage. It con
:niii the biography l the President of tin' I'nitcd
-ate from vtasniuglon l nayes wiin mnr por
traits 1W in all i engraved expressly for this work
.ii 12 nortralti ul Canadian nobilities. The Na-
riot.al l-ife will be nut to any address hy mail, on
v til of Set damp. anilre.
11. K. STEVENS. Ttoston. Mum.
rarsons' Pnrgntive Pills mrtke new Rich Blood,
an will completely chanire the blood in the entire
vstem in three months. Anv person who will take
.'pl'leai h night from 1 to U week may he restored
To nound health. If ench a thing he possible. Sent
v mail for b letter stamps. I. .ju.u. st.u
ffii BENSON'S CAPSINE
There Is lio doubt about the great su
periority of thin article over common poroiif
plasters and other external remedies, such a
liniment, electrical appliances, &c. Ask physi
cian in vonr own locality about It." It 1 won
derful. Sold hv all druggists. Price 1 Cents.
It i a Fact that we sell a first clafa
VIXSO 011 ORGAN
at a lower price than anv other firm! WHY! Pie.
eause we have no Atrenta. but sell direct to lumllle
from our Factory at wholoale price. Prove all thin
hv rending our Catalogue, w ith pi ices. Mailed free.
vVe ship lor ten davs trial and warrant for live years.
T. S. PIANO & OKUAN CO.. NtW YORK.
HOW TO (iET THEM In the best part oftbe state.
A.0U0.000 acres for sale. For free copy of
"Kansas Paclllc Homestead," address Laud Com
mintiouer, Sallua. Kansas.
The Great Diuretic Compound
It is a sure, quick remedy for all diseases of the
Kidneys, Bladder, and Irluary Otiiaus. existing
either in male or female. As. Irritation, Inflamma
tion, or I Iceratlon of the Kidneys and Bladder,
(iravel, stone in the Bladder, Itcddish or Brick
dttst Sediment in Urine. Thick. Cloudy or Kopy
Vrlno. Painlul Vrltiating. Bcdwettlni!. Mucous and
Invnluntnrv lllni-hurui.a. Morbid Irritation of Blad
der and Urethra, Chronic Catarra of Bladder,
Suppression. Retention or Incontinence of
I riue. Diabetes, Hrotisy, Omanlc Weiikfless, Fe
male Complaints, and all I'hroule Melodies of the
Urinary and Sexual Oruans,
ThKitsanda can attest tolls wonderful curative
properties In these diseases.
Kor Nervous Debility, with all Its Bloomy attend
ants. Divines. Loss of Memory, Low Spirits,
Ac. it Is a sovereign remedy. . .
SMOLANDKIt'8 BUCHl' buoys tip the enervated
system, Impart Inn new life and vliioroua action,
the whole system becoming strengthened and In
vigorated, B anr nntl ak for Smolaiulrr'i Buchn,
Insist npon having It, and take no other.
PRICE $1.00 SIX BOTTLES 15.00
For sale liy all the Wholesale Draggled lo Chicago,
and Xedicln Dealers generally.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OlUct: Bulletin Bui Mine Washington A venae
Dally (delivered by carrier) per week s!S
By niall (In advance), one yeur $10.
8ii nionllia .
Three montha -'VI
By mall (in advance), one year J.'.on
Three monthn VI
lo cluha of ten and over (per copyi l.jO
rostugu iu an cases prepaiu.
Advertiatnt; lint oh:
Klrat Insertion, per aqnare ..... .Jl .00
tSilhm;(Menl iimertloin, pur (Uhre. :. . ."ill
rurouu wtM-K, jmt pijunro :;.iio
for two week, per iiri) 4. .VI
'or thne week, per ffiiaru li.io
?ur one monin. per iiare 7.1m
Each additional Kiiiarn 4.M
Funeral notice t in
Otillnarleii and refnliilloiia pumeil by roftci U-h
i-u riiin jcr line.
Death and warrinc-i! free '
Klrt lnnertlon. ncr nouure i M
tiuliau.-iieiit i rjtxTtioijx .Ml
r.lL'lit Mlii M or Holifl nonpiirell conrtitiile a inilare.
Displayed advertln'mi.ijtii wiil hecharL'ed accord-
lil! to the Hpuce occupied, at above rate there lie
wj twelve linen of nolid tvne to the inch.
To ri L'ular advertlHera we oiler nitierlor Induce-
mi-lltK. both to ratea of char-jen ami manner of
dlHplaylnit their fuvorB.
Local liotii-eii twenty cenla per line for firct inner
ton; ten cents tier line for each nulibneoueut Inser
Tb I a pnper mav be found on file at Geo. P. Howell
ild.'n Newndaner Advertiflnt! Hiireau (10 hpnice
Mrectl where ailverticliiK contracts may be made
for it in New York
Cominunicatlonti upon anhlecta of general interent
0 the tm'iilc are at all t linen acceptable. Rejected
m .tnnnerlpt will not 'be returned.
Letiern anil l ominniiH KHonn nnouiu nc aiiurenncu
Cairo Bulletin Cairo, lillinolt "
The C.iiro Prices Current.
Ofiicc Washiiiffton Avenue,
(Corner Twelfth Street )
The Cairo Ti.ti ks Cciiuf.st Is pulilibed every
Tu aday and Friday from the office of The Caiiio
Bt'Li.KTiv. aud i intended to i;ive a true report of
the condition of the market on day of publication,
aud the publi-her truts that lull and complete
quotation ill he iriven by the bnaiueni men of the
TEHMS. One cent fper copy. On all orders of
25 or more, of name date, the subscriber a name
will be printed without extra charge. Orders for
extra copies must he received by 10 o'clock A. H.
on day of publication.
TiicitsDAY Evesinc, May 1, 1ST9.
TIic 'iJalioy mouth of May'' opons ilu
ciilcllv cliilly, lmt clear ami rather pleas
The rivr-r is fullinr; stwulilv. but there is
an abundance of water to all river poiuts
The market continues stendv and firm in
nearly all bronchos. Hay alon': show
any inclination to "boom."
FLOUR Tlie maikct rules (piiet but
firm in nil trades. Stocks are moderate.
No surplus to speak of and receipts fair.
HAY Steady and active demand for
choice at good round prices.
CORN Receipts are small aud the de
mand liyht. Orders come in slowly and
the mills arc kept fairly supplied.
OATS Tlie market rules steady and de
mand li'dit. Prices remain the same as at
our last review.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
BRAN The demand and prices contin
ue as last quoted.
BUTTER The supply is large and mar
EGGS Quiet, stocks are accumulating,
CHICKENS Steady and active de
mand for all receipts.
POTATOES Good demand for choice.
A PrLES Scarce and wanted at 3 00
STRAWBERRIES The cold weather
has checked receipts by preventin;: the
TOBACCO Steady market and fair re
ccipts. Sales during the week aggregate
about fifty hbds.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices here given arc for salea from
flrt hands In round lots. An advance Is
charted for broken lots In tilling orders.
ion bbls Cholec
0 " Various
an " Fanev City
ino " Familv
it) " Fanev Country
Jt " Various, nu orders...
200 " XXX
. . . . 3 8.7&0 i
.... 3 ooa-'i .V)
;) bbls City.,
1 car In sa
Mediterranean ..$ "l-ftl 00
White !sf us
itcd vh r
Scars Red Top )
i cars good mixed ,
8 cars Cholco Timothy
1 car Prime
cars white In bulk
4 car white in sacks
4 cars mixed, in bulk ,
jcsrshravT, In hulk
A cars heavy, bulk
JOpkgs chalco Northern packed..
10 " Northern, packed
n Tkgs. Illinois
and lbs. Illinois.........
god lbs. Hoifthcrn Illinois
2 boxes Hull
.1 coopn miii'd a
3 coodh hen
Ocuopa choice liena,..
Per dweii ,
bbla, Cbolrn Varlctlea......
l.'i tibia. Vurletiea
2 0!ii IW
Vbul f no
5 hols peach Blows
1 car I 'each Blows In bulk...
aifl Hi . II nun' ....
: Iha. Clear aldea
St. Jolua Iji 4
bbi $10 oo&io ar,
DlilED Fill' IT.
Pcarhca. halveiand qnartcra ...
Applet, brlifbt -
5hbd.. N O. Super
sreonn llir. .
.. 8 ('. 4 I
. . ! (oriii m
.. 7 fxfti'j sn
.. T ktiis in
...IS rtrSrifi in
.. 4 yi vi
HATES OF FREIGHT.
Xt OtatANR- Flour -r
Pound freight ...19',
VicKsBrnn Flour ai
Pound freights ij.j
Mkmpuis Flour jo
Peund freights 10
Way frcichts below Vlckburg, 5 and 10 cent
City of Alton
John M. Chamber
.... SI l.oul"
Pud u can
Jowpb Warne and tow
C. V. Anderson
City of Alton
lohn M. Chambers,
C. W. Anderson
The James Howard is due up.
The James Howard will probably pass up
The Golden Rule was still to come last
The Nashville ha a good trip for New
The Alf Stevens, from St. Louis for
Dyersburg, has a fair trip. She made some
The C. W. Anderson, from Nashville,
brought only n fair cargo, consisting prin
cipally of pig iron.
The Join! R. Maude, due lrom St. Louis
for Yickbbtirg, had not arrived at darjv.
She probably passed down during the
The little tow boat Joseph Wnrne, ar
rived from the Ohio river during the morn
ing. She has a tow of coal for the South.
She burnt her boilers badly, and Smith
Torrcnce is at work repairing her.
The John M. Chambers, from St. Louis
for Paducah, is in the place of the Desnict.
The latter broke a shaft a few days since
and had to lay up for repairs. The Cham
bers had a big trip the largest from St.
Louis for Paducah during the season. Her
guards were flat In the water.
Captain John Darrah, was in tho city
yesterday. Hi? boat, the Hattic Now land,
on the ways at Mound 'City, will bo let into
the water to-day, aud w ill pass down for
Memphis this evening to resume business.
She has been given a thorough overhauling,
and Captain Bill Hamilton pronounced her
almost as good as new.
Tho Anchor Lino sends out the Centen
nial for New Orleans this evening. She
will want friecht and people. The On-
... , . it
ten 1)1 ill i a good bout, well managed, aim
transacts business entrusted to her promptly.
Captain Tom Sheilds is her agent. His of
fice is on tho Anchor Line wharflsmt.
The City of Altou arrived at nine o'clock
Wednesday night, with all tho freight the
water between St. Louis and this port
would allow her to bring. She made addi
tions of about 400 tons here, and got away
for New Orleans last evening with engage
ments between here and Memphis that will
put her flat down in the water.
Why will you allow a rold to ad
vance in your system and thus 'ticotimg"
moro serious maladies, such as Pneumonia.
Hemorrhages aud Lung troubles when au
immediate) relief can so easily bo at tailed.
Roschee' German Syrup has gained the
largest sulo in the world for tho euro of
Coughs, Colds and tho severest Lung Dis
eases. 1 1 is Dr. Boschee's famous German prc
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fi.ar nWil 1)C entertained in ad
ministering u to the youngest child, as per
directions. Tho sale . if this medicine is
unprecedented. Sineo first introduced them
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do its
work m any case. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Largo size 73
cents. Try it and be convinced.
The New Stock Si-utlatioxs. The
new combination method of operating in
stocks which .Messrs. Lawrence & Co.,
Hankers, N. y.( lliVo inaugurated, is at
tracting unusual utteiition in financial cir
cles, by reason of its remarkable success.
A customer in Providence, invested nine
times, and made over fj,l)00 in three
months, by iming from f0 to $500 capital.
By this system, orders from thousands of
customers, in various sums, are pooled into
one immense capital, and operated as a
mighty whole, thus giving to each share
holder all tlie advantage of vast capital and
shrewdest skill. , Profits are divided every
thirty days. Any amount from 10 to T3
000 can be used in Messrs. Lawrence Si
Co.'s combiuafiou with equal proportionate
success. 15 will make $73 profit in the
month, if 200 -will will return l,C0O, or 8
per cent on the stock, and so on as the mar
ket varies. The new circular gives "two
unerring rules for success," and shows how
any one can operate profitably. Mailed
tree. Stocks and bonds wanted. Govern
ment bonds supplied. Apply to Lawrence
& Co., Bankers, 37 Exchange Place, X. Y.
No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
conuncud Cousnins' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a cure for Rheu
matism, Lame Back, Neuralgia, Bruises,
Sprains, Corns and Bunions. It is also tin
equaled as a remedy for the ills that com
monly alllict horses, such as Spavin, Ring
bone, Galls, Scratches, etc. Waits and
Knots, being easily removed by its use.
Tgy Coussens' Lightning Liniment, and yon
wiil want no other. Price 30 cents a Ixittle.
For sale by Barclay Bros.
Dear Bei.i, Our commencement ex
ercises are over. I have received my di
ploma, and am now ready to enter with zest
into the pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure white lobe, Mich as
angels might love to wear, I took a prom
inent part in the musical exercises in the
evening. Although I had contracted a
severe coid a few days before, I was en-
allied Ijv the use of Coussens Honey of
tar, the best remedy in the world for
coughs, cold, and all diseases of the
throit and lungs, to sing so well that I
completely er.raptuied a large audience.
Tell uncle John that the use of that vidua
hie compound, Coussen's Honey of Tar,
will cure his cough. It is only 30 cents
bottle, and can be bought at Barclay Bio's,
drug store. Yours in haste,
A X.N IE
1 1 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
5'i " " " Xote Heads.
" Linen Letter Heads.
22' " Linen N'ote Heads.
The hkst quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5J2' pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at The
Why will you suffer with tho Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and cts. For sale by Barclay
3 F. THISTLEWOOD,
Horses boarded by tbo week at rcasonuUo rates
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES
At prAea to suit the times, Give moo call , ,
Obtained Tor new Inventions, or for Improvements
on old ones; fur medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
i-....tn.,n. A U..I... ..... f .. I'.T .- 1
ici,-,,,.-, ,i.viiif, f-uon ior iiiiriojieiiieuis, sou
all cases arising under the l'Blent Laws, prompt
ly niieiMit-fi io. uivfnimns tniu nave oeen
1 V. 1 VVT V 1 1 b' tllu i'u'ul t)mt0 "y ""i'
JUJOliUl l' lu most cases, he patented by
us. Holtig opposite the I', S. Patent Department,
and engaged in Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
IMV h'NTflVW "eid model or sketch of
lil f till J. VUVOyoitr device; we make ex
amination and advise a to patentability, tree ol
charge. All coriespondci.ee strirlly ronrtdentlal,
l'riees low, and no charge unless Patent is-secuiud.
We refer lu Washington, to Uoi Postmaster
fleneral D. M. Key. Hev. K. D.Power. The German
American National Bank, to nmYlsIs lu tho I . S.
Patent Offlco, and to Senators l.(l Representatives
In Congress: ind especially to ou clients lu every
State lu the Union mid iu Canada. Address
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Ofllce. Washington, 1). O.
rj0 INVESTOnH AND MECHANICS.
PATENTS ond how to obtain them. Pnmplet ol
DO panes frtte, upon twetpt of Stamps for postage
Addtesa GlLstOHK, SMITH 4 CO.,
Solicitor of Patents. Bui 81..
Wksblugtun. I C.
A Specific Remedy For All
BIADDEE it KIDNEYS
For Debilitv. Loss of Memory. Indisiiosllion to
Exertion or Business. Shortness uf Breath.
Troubled with Thoimhts of Disease. Dimness of
Vision, l'ain in the Bark. Chest, and Head. Hush of
Blood to the Head. Pale Countenance and Drv Skin.
If these symptoms are allowed to im on. very
frequently Epileptic Fits and Consumption follow .
w hen the constitution liecomes atlcetco. It requires
the aid of an luvigurutiug medicine to slren'-thcn
and tone up the system w hich
DOES IN EVERY CASE..
By any remedy known. It is prescribed by the
most eminent physlci&t-s all over the world, iu.
Aches and Pains
General 111 Health
Female Complaints, etc.
Headache, Pain In tho shoulders. Cough, Dizzi
ness. Sour Stomach Eruptions, Bad Taste In thn
Mouth. Palpitation of the Heart, Pain in the re
gion of the Kidney's, aud a thousand other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulates the torpid Liver. Bowels, and Kid
neys to healthy action, in cleiinsiiiK the blood of
all 'impurities, aud imparting new life aud vigor to
tnew noie system.
A slimle trial will be sufficient to convince Hie
most hesitating of Its valuable remedial iiiallties,
PRICE sl PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for 85.
Delivered to any address free from observation .
"Patients" may ennsiilt hy letter, receiving tho
same attention as by calling. ,
Competent physicians attend to correspondent.
All letters should be addressed to.
H. T. II ELM BOLD.
Druggist and Uhemlst,
See tliat the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Iouis and Chicago
TH E only mail runnlnijtwo daily trains from Cairo
making direct connection with Eastern lilies .
TI1AINS I.EAVB CAIRO.
1:10 p. m.! Fast express, arrivlnii in St. Lottls 7:55
p. m.; Chicago u:5o a. m.
1 :10 p.m. CISCISSATI & LOUISVILLE
Arriving In Cincinnati at 7:H) a. m.: Louisville.
T:oo a. m. ; Indianapolis, 4:15 a. m. l'a.i uer by
this train arrive at above points
12 TO U(J HOURS IN ADVANCE
of any other route.
7 10 P. I'ast Mall, with sleepers attached, for
I . I'" ST. LOUIS mid CHICAGO, arrlvluir lu St.
Louis at lijl) a. In.: Chicago at 10:40 n. in. . connect
I nir at Oillu or Etlingluim for Cincinnati. Louisville
FAST llMtj tuWI,
I K SHiVXi'Wti hy thl" ",,u through
AOorjUriJiO to the East ttitUoul any
delay caused by Sunday intervening. The Satur
day utleruoou train lrom Cairo arrives in .mi iwa
Monday mornlngat 10:i'. Thirty-six hours lu ad
vance of any other route.
IW Advertisements of competing lines that they
niiike better tlmu than this mm are issued cither
through ignorance or n desire to mislead the public.
Kor iiiroiigii tickets ami lniiitiiiaoou uppiy in Illi
nois Central Kullroud depot, Cairo.
TUAISS AUKIVE AT CAIKO:
Express 3:00 p.m.
.1 As. .lOHSsoN.Oeu'l Southern Ag't.
J. H. JONES, Ticket Agent.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. 8AIXTIIKKS. Jitfoiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo I(i:ia n.in.
Through Kxprc arrive ut E.St. Louis.. ii:lop.m.
Through Expre-s leaves E. St. Louis,.,, S;:iii,iu.
ThroiiL'h Express urilve ill ( nir ,'j:r ii.ni.
MUl'piiysimroaccomiiioiiatlo'i leaves alio -Li.ip.m.
Mtrphvshoro Acc.ari-iv- at Murphyshoru S:V p.m.
Murphysboro Ace. leaves Miiiphysboro. .. ::."! p.m.
.Murpnysiioro ce. arrives ut Cairo i ;w p.m.
Phi- Calm .. St I on I. Hall Hoad Is the-only all
Kail Koute between Cairo and si. Louts under one-
management, therefore there are no '.'lavs at
wnv station" nwuitlug connections from other l.nes.
Close and sure connections at St. Loill- w. til olhcr
lines for North. Eust and West.
A. NAltiLE. E M. JOIINSOX,
Audit. General Munil'.'er.
CAIRO & VINCKNNES R.R.
w w .
f1 "fll"KVTHE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
17 "UIT TV THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS
4 JULfjO VII.I.E, CINCINNATI. BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
J I "Uri Vil THE SHORTEST TO IXDTAN-0-4
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trains of ill other routes makiug tbe same
r" Passenger hy other routes to make connec
tions must ride all night, waiting from one to sis
hours at small country stations for trains of con
T? V TT? r R VRTH E FACT and take eur 4 :4.'.
1Vaj11j'11L1i Si m. triin reaching Evaua
vlllc, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville same
day. Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as follows :
Mall leaves :. a.m.
Mail arrives 10:00 p.m.
Through tickets and checks to all important
F. A. MILLER P.OSWEI.L MILLER.
Oen'l Pas. Agent. General Sup't.
I B. CHURCH. Passenger Agent.
FEVKRAND AGUE PAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
"Without Dosing; Tlie Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
R0DY & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot Baths;
These remedies which are the sole exponents or
the Cure by Absorption are otmoscd to Doslut; have
been proved the cheapest anil Mo.l Effectual Heme-
dy for nil Diseases Arlslngfrom Miliaria or a "dlsor
dreed Stomach or Liver, ami ll Is a well known fatl
body eau ho traced directly or Indirectly to tucso
ft Is known hv net mil experience ilnil there Is no
disease that attacks thevoiilh mid nilnltof Imili ser
es that can even he modllled hv the use of drug,
hut that can he acted uti In a far more satisfactory
and perinsiienl manner by Ihu HUL.MAN Ll Kit
PAD CO.'S REMEDIES.
know led itnl to lx
itoiu-K of Mwlii'ini., hiy Vhkmi Hhv
twl wilder th Mild Ai-tlon of 'rhsie
If questioned, send for our pamphlet, "Nature"
Laws," giving extended Informatiou anil testimo
nials from the first people of the country. Mailed!
Tho remedies are sent hy mail, post pain, on rw
chtpt of price, eieept the Halt, which la sen I hy t
press at purchaser's exuense.
Consultation free, and solicited at nur efike, or
by mall, giving full description of your caie.
DK8CKIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
REOLLAKPAD-$0n: Incitilent diseases, flrsS
... . "ages mills and Kever. etc,
SPECIAL PAD-3 00; Chronic Liver and tom
... ,.. cn UIorder, and Malaria.
SPLEEN BELT)5 00; Enlarged Spleen and
, Liver and Chill Cake.
INFANT TAD-ll 80; Preventative anil cure or
I holer Infantum and i hammer
Auxiliaries for Servoas
and Clrcu'atlve Tronic
lea throwing elT o
structlous aud remuv
Itit palna. . .
Augillars ftir colda, Sklc
hiodarhs, numbuest ot
BODY PLASTERS 50c
FOOT pair 50c
ABSORPTION HAI.T -1
boxiiftc; boxes, fl.W
For further Informalloii as to rtlu-ises reached br
tbe Pad aud it Auxiliaries, consult our pamphlet.
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