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TWF. DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1879.
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OFFICIAL PAPER 07 ALEXANDER COO'TY.
E. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
' The Chicago Iater-Ocoan throws vitriol
at the National Board of Health. It snya
the Board ha9 solemnly declined to Rive
the Washington pres3 any new9. The value
of the news it might give should it unhoS'
oni itself can well be surmized, the later
Ocean says, when it is known that tho first
intimation the Board received of the out
break of the fever in Memphis, wa9 through
the newspapers. The Washington Post's
comment on thla fact is that ''the National
Board of Health is a small dog under the
bind axle of the wagon."' But to be, in
times like theso, is to be abused.
It is charged that Hutton, who is the
editor of the Burlington Hawkeye, stole
23,000 last year, from the Iowa Republi
can campaign fund. The defease is that
the campaign fund didn't amount to $23,
000, and that, as a consequence, Hutton is
not cuilty of stenlincr 23,000. The
Springfield Bcgister shrewdly thinks that
this is the only defense that can cover the
caso. Hutton may have stolen $22,800;
but as that sum is not 23,000, the chargj
that he stole $23,000 falls to the ground,
and Hutton stands forth .a vindicated man.
It is not pretended, we believe, that Hut
ton did not steal all the money in sight.
No gentrahitsue is presented; but the in
dignant special plea is filed that he didn't
steal as much money as the "vicious copper
' Leads ' say he stole, Wheretore the copper
heads lie, and Hutton is a slandered Repub
lican. Ik, us many Republican sheets dishonest
ly allege, Congress adjourned without ap
propriating any money for the payment of
United States Marshals, why in the name
of common senselid the Wl Jte House fraud
send out his veto declaring his reasons for
withholding his assent to the appropriation
for paying the U. 9. Marshals? There is
manifestly a Republican lie out, somewhere.
If the Republican papers tell the truth, the
man Hays was guilty of the inexcusable
stupidity of vetoing an appropriation that
was never made. If Hayes, in arErmin?
t that the appropriation was made, but
couldn't receive his sanction because a por
tion of it could not be used in paving Re
publican ex-convicts and crop-haired bruis
ers for bull-dozing Democratic voters if
in affirming this he told the truth, then
there is no escape for it, the Republican
papers he. We Democrats are not parti
cular which horn is seized upon.
TnE dismissal of sis cadets from West
Point for "hazing'' the younger students of
the Institution, is an act the country will
heartily applaud. Hazing is a violent end
brutal ordeal to which nearly all the fresh
men of the leading Xew England colleges
were at one time subjected, and the devil
ih cruelty cf the processes often resulted
In remitting the victim a cripple for life,
and, on tevcral occasions, resulted death.
Secret orgunlntH.ts are effected among the
older it adeutj, into which all new comers
must bj initiated btf j; they ere recognized
at of "the bnv." The ft ring cf initiation
ro not only f.'igl.tf jl. but excesdlngly dan
geroti. The candidate, blindfolded, it,
precipitated fiu'n high platform, caught
oil k blanket below, and then ttwd, until
the fiendish cru? Ity of the torturers is r.ti
fled. Hooting the victim by the hot!, and
winder him, head downward, until the
blood jfuthes from note and (art, it another
"funoy procf dure." Rolling the candidate
with great violence down a steep declivity,
t I.- J!...l! l' i . l ... ,1 .ivV.nuafri1 In
no januwij mm, iicuuu nun uuni
a vat of Ice-water, create excruciatiug mer
riment. At ono time every new accession
was compelled to submit to this toiriblo
and dangerous torture, desigatcd in tlio
Blang of the juniors, "hazing." The iucar
nate devils who can find sport in subjecting
their fellows to such diabolical torture,
should not only bo expelled from West
Point and the other schools of the country,
but be made to feel the cutting twang of
the cat'o-ninc-tails on their naked backs,
The Springfield Journal is ironical. It
says that Senator David Davis must not be
robbed of tlieglory of his Senatorial achieve
ments. The Senator was the autlior oi ono
measure. He caused he removal of the
duty off Quinine, pud siraightway the price
of that drug went up, fifty cents on the
ounce. If any proof were needed of the
wisdom of the measure the Journal ascribes
to Senator Davis, it is furnished in the very
fact the Journal employs to bring ridicule
upon the Senator. All American Quinine
is manufactured by three firms, aud the
fact that, in a spirit of resentment, those
firms can add fifty cents an ounce to the
price the article, ami that tliero fs no
power anywhere to prevent them from doing
so, show what a dangerous power was con
fided to their keeping. It shows that they
licld a complete monopoly of tha buincss,
and that the people were completely at their
mercy. The advance of fifty cents m
ounce, will be maintained by them uni'l
supplies can come ii from abroad, nu.l no
longer. Then the piice wi'.l tumble to loss
than ocd-half its present figure. The Pow
ers and Wightmans control fjr the mo
ment the Amcncan market; but th.-y do
not and cannot control the market of the
world; and, ''i less han fix months from
this time, the pjor of the country, to whom
quinine is a necessity, w;'l obta;,i it at less
than half its former rate.?. No! idy is de
ceived by the sudden increase in price. It
is simply an indication of the complete
mastery the throe American firms have
over that branch of productive industry
and nothii's more.
Nothing so quickly and surely dispels
confidence as disappointment. Dr. Bull's
Baltimore Pills never disappoint any cno
using them for such diseases as Liver ami
Blood disorders, Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Flatulency, etc. Price only 23 cents.
Don't go to tub Seashoke unless you
are able; but if you need atonic to over
come the depression caused by the summer
heat use the celebrated Kidney-Wort. It
has wonderful invigorating properties, but
acts on natural pneciples us it is prepared
without the use of liquors.
Is it Tul'e. Is it true that a remedy lias
been compounded which will do away witii
the mineral anil drastic purgatives of the
past ceuturiM, and which, while entirely
efficient, will leave the system in its former
healihy condition? Yes, the remedy is
Tabler's Fortaline, or Vegetable Liver Pow
der; a cure fir all the disorders arising
from a torpid liver, and as innocent as spring
water. Give it a trial. It will do what it
promises. Price 30 cents a bottle. For
sale by Barclay Bros.
Out at LAT.--"Gooa morning, friend
A., I am surprised to sec you out, and look
ing so well; I heard you were confined to
your room, and bed, by that pest of human
ity. Tiles." "Yes, Mr. B. I had been long a
sufferer when I heard of Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment. It proved a blessing to mo
indeed, one bottle having so fir restored me
as to enable mo to be about ray business
again with case and comfort. You can rec
fiinmend it ns a genuine remedy." Trice
a bottle. For sale by Barclay
Out Present Banki.vo System is a vast
improvement on that of twenty years ago,
as every one must admit who remembers
the trouble wo had with wild cat money.
Any man who is so bilious tis to deny this
should take a dose of M'Xt's Liver Pills,
and recover his normal briliiary condition
a3 soon as pissible.
A Search Waiuiant allows an officer to
CP through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Liudsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through yov.r system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, B;iils, Pimples,
Ac. we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom cf the wrapper.
R. E. Sellers & Co., Trop'is, Pittsburgh,
ra. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save your children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
Oue teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 231 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Beiij. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver. St, Lou!?, Mo. Sold by nil drug
gists. Priee 23 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Eard.v Bros.. Agents
The Tnrni is mihiity and will prevail.
Thousands who have used ud been cutciI
are living wltncfscs to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Tills will cure
tho vorst cases of liver complaint, billious
n"M, headache arising therefrom', costive
rjes, constipation! dizziness and all disor
den resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by nil druggists. Price 23 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Eros., agents.
J) ANKKITTCY NOTH'B. ! )
In tbo matter of touts D. Thome, Bwkrupt,-In
Bankruptcy. t,ur0) I1UloUi July Wi A n m
To Lou' D. Tboms m)J whom H mny concern,
notice l kenby ejveu: That by order of thuDlh
trlct Court of tie fulled htute lor the SoulUora
DUtrSctof IllluolH.tlie cecond and thW Imeetipgii
of the creditor of, m ft .bankrupt -will be held at
Mt. Vurnon. Iuiid JJJstrlct, on the 13th day of
Aimut A. 1). ISJ'J. ui 10 o clock, a. m. at theolllce
of John Q. JJermati. KfQ., one of the Reglmer In
Buuknipicy In M'd District for the purpose named
In noctlou ym-i uud Wk3 oi the Revised Statute of
the United HuiU'f. at which meetinn you.Ibe mid
Louli I). Tbuni, are rcuulred to be present by laid
order of court. Unoiwp Fihiibh, Aufdgut'o.
WHEREAS, William W. Thornton nnd Martha
M. Thoniiou, by their certain Trut Dted dated
t!u iMh. A. D. lJ7nud recordeiliu tbo Record
ers office in Alexander County, in Hook "V." J'ate
4S1, 'J and 3 did convey to the undorlnuedas Trustee
thn nomine hereinafter dcncrlhcd to lecure the
payment of (even promliory cotes for the mm of
oue luou.-finu tuwMm"'"-' emu uuu uifyuoje re
(poctlvcly in four (4i rive (5) ix i) evea (7) eluht
() nine (.i) and ten (10) year from date, with Inter
ent at the r,ue of ten per ceut per annum, payable
Huml-auuually from i!ute aud wburca dvu (5) of naid
note are now due and unpaid with interest on
tame from the th of May A. D. 1ST-1 to this date.
And vihercaa the U'm holder of euld note hue
culled upon the uudornlRned to ull the premle
hereinafter described to saticfy caid note and Inter-
Now therefore In urmiance of tbo terms of
euld Deed of Trut the underused will,
ON WEDNESDAY TOR 13T1I DAY OF AUGUST,
A. D. Is7.
between the honr of ten (10) o'clock A.M., and 5
o'clock 1. M. of eaidday. on the nrcmUci herein-
after depcribed In Die city of C;vlro, 111., proceed
to oll at public vendue to the liluhvtt bidder for
M?l). the following described Koiil Eatutc, to wit:
I.nr uumbur nriiu ('J)ten (UDulevvn (II) tHolva(ia)
nnilthlrtuen fVi) in block number fixteen (I'O iu
the flrft addition to the city of Cairo, Illinil, a
Dialled bv tha Trutcec of Culro Cl'y Trouerty,
fitunted in the County of Alexander, Illinois and
all the risbtii uud equity of redemption of the Mid
wtiu.im . Ttiornton auu .Marina m. inuruiDn uin
wife, their heir, executor. adnilriic'ratoM, oud uk-
eUu therein, to ifaiir'fy said trust aud all coms and
espeune of csi'ftitiiift theamo..
SpriDsaeld, 111., July 0th. IsT'J.
State op Illinois. I Circuit court of Alexia-
Cocntt or Alcxanuhk, I der county, Septexer
lerm, a. u. is,j,
J. M. rMUIps.vs Caroline E. Horrid, executrix, etc.
Caroline fi. Morri. Caroline W. Morris I'ri'ifcr
Ick 3. Morri, Chnrle E. Moiris Marpiret Mjr
rU. On hill for Foreclosure.
Affidavit of tbo noa -rcatdencc of Caroline E
Morris, Executrix. Curoline E. Morns Caroline V.
Morris, Frederick H. MorrU. Charles E. Morris Bid
Murcurtt Morris, the defendants above nanud,
haviujbeen died in tbooillce of thu clerk of s:ld
circuit court of Alexander county, notice is hereby
given to the said non-resident defendants, that ta i
complainant has flled bis hill of complaint In fid
court on tbo Chancery side thereof on the Hist uy
ofju'.v. A. D. 18 j Now, therefore, ualecs )ei,
the said Carolluu E. Morris. Executrix, Carolines.
Morris. Caroline W. M'rris, Frederick S. Morris.
Charles E. Morris, and Manr tret Morris shall ihi-
eoi.ally be and appear belure the said circuit co;irt
uiAivxanacr count? on tnocrnt uay oi tue lust
term thereof, to be holden in the court house In tie
ciiv of Can", in said county, uu the 1Mb day of S B
tember. A. I). 1ST!), ui:d plead, answer or (lemur 10
Ui.t said complainant's bill of couiplair.t. the sum;,
and the matters aid thir.es therein churned sliI
s;a;eci, v,i,i do tsuen as conieseeii. auo a uecrce ej
tered against you accordini to the pnm rof aid
bill. JOHN A. KEEVE, Clerk.
K S. Yociim, Complainant' Solicitor.
July aint. 1S7J.
PUBLICATION NOTICE CHANCERY.
Stats he Illinois. t Circuit court of Alexander
County of Alkxandeh, county, September tern.
A. U. 1K:i.
Yil!iam Tweed Parker
Elizabeth Linker, William
Linker, Dy F. Parker, Jode
Parker, ltobertll. Cuiinim;
bam, Lizzie R. Hushes
on bill for partition.
Affidavit of the non residence of EU.ubeth'l.luki r,
WilHuin Linker. Drag F. Parker, of the the defend
ant abovtf named, havii been filed In the office of
mu ciers; oi saw circuit court or Alexander county,
notice Is hereby aiven to tha said non-resident de
fendants, that the coniDiuinant has llled his bill of
c XTimaini in sa:'i conn on ir.e cna:icerys;uB mereol
on the l'itu day oi .liny. a. u. aow, tnererore,
mile-s von. the sail "Elizabeth Linker, William
Llnkei. Dva F. Parker shall norsocully be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of Alexander
county on the liist day of the next term thereof, to
be ho.deu at the court ho ise lu the citv of Cairo.
iu -aid county, on tho lita day of September. A. D.
aj'l plea i, answer or demur to the sain com
plainant's hill of comidalnt, the same and the nat
ters and thliiL's therein chursod and stated, will bo
taKen as cnm-fspit, ana a decree entered acalcst
you accordinto the praverof (aid bill.
JOHN A. KEEVE. Clerk.
Oiiekn A (iiuiKitT, Complainant Solicitors.
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
Wo will sen ono of onr HEALTH RESTOH
INii PADS to ar.y Invalid afliicted with Liver,
Complaint. CHILLS and FEVEK, INDICES
1'ION. COSTIVENEr-S. Nervon Headache.
Dyspupslu, Nervou Debility and Impure Llood,
11 they will seed us their vn.itoii: and lid-
dress and uzreo to send u SJ.Oi) if It effects!
a cure to their entire satisfaction, otheiwifj
thcro will be no choree. Wo will do tb's to ton
vince the public oi the superior vuUio a i
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all wu say. A thisotTi.:
will nects-arlly be limited In number, we hope
therefore, an early application will be made. A J
drei.s, ery Hepectfii!lv Yours,
Vi Elm street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
riiysiclun speak lu Torni of Praise lu favor of the
Cincinnati. June 2?. IsTG
Il'ivlna bad somoconslderalileacoiialiituncewlih
the ojieratlou of tho Pad, I cau coucleneiii'jf'y
recouuneuu it as an excellent reoeey in an tne uis-
eafes for which Dr. Forbes counsels its ur.
DK. J. IIALLOWELL.
270 George Street, Cincinnati.
What Kev. Joteph Emery, the weil-known City
Cincinnati, Jut:o 30, lfTO.
Ilavln i hud a Ion? acquaintance with Dr. Forbc,
I urn satlsiled that whatever herecomiiieyds he doel
so coascleLciously, and will prove nil they rrnmlse.
DEV. JOSEPH EMEKY.
Extracts from a few of the Many Letters frequently
received at the Uttlce.
-"I feel that your Puds bavo sovod mt
Another ys : "i our Pad ba Just reocheO
my case. It has entirely remove I my costlvenes
and coimqueut Sick Headache." AnitLer write!
"Your Pail attended strictly to Imsinvs, and in
forty-elifht houis I felt as well as ever." Another!
"Your Pud ha cured me of Iiiihotitues and a tor
pid Liver. I am better than 1 have been in twenty
years." etmanoiuer say: i tavu endured all the
horror prowlnu out of a torpid Liver ni.d Dyrpepsla
After uiii(! your pad all these Ills hit me.'' Ono
muru: "I bavo used your Pads with terfeetlv ut
laetory restil., 4nd cheerfully reconiend them to
XfOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
r STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
93 OHIO LEVEE. CAino. His.
John T. Rennie
HAVIXG established hi works nt the abovo men
Honed jilace I bettor prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engines uud Jllll Machinery.
Ilavlua a bteam Hammer and umplo Tool, the
miuiai iemru oi ii inn oi Jineliliiery, Ha Iroad,
Hti'imiboat and Bride ForRlnijs made tneclalty,
Especial attention iflvun lo r,.ii,.u...f t . .......
flrass CastlnBSofal) kind made to ordei '
Pipe Fitting lu all It branches,'
TAMES MEYER, Jn's
The Most Effective, Powerful and Cheapest
Disinfectant and Deodorizei
Destroys and Neutralizes the Most Offensive Odors and Poitcnous Oases, arising
from Imperfect Sewerage or any other Source of Infection.
ARRESTS AiND PREVENTS CONTAGION,
And U Unrivalled for the Dressing of Offensive Wounds.
Compounded from Metulic Salts, Zinc, Copper and Ilarytu 1(1 Ileauine
By JAMES MEYER, Jr., Sole Manufacturer in the U.S.
BIX YEARS SEVEREST TESTS.
J.M. VANDEGRIFF, President of tho
19th. writes: "The Oirojcdin has been fully
durinL' tho last epidemic, and it is their ?encral opinion that it is the bct preparation of
the kind that has ever been offered to the
"I therefore consider it my duty to recommend its uc, not alnnc during epidemics.
but as an article that should be kept in every
New Ohleass, November 19th, 1ST?.
"Having freely used tho Giiiodin Disinfectant in my rrivate practice und for the
Howard Association, during the past cpidimic in this city, I can testify to its claims as
a disinfectant and deodorizer. In my opinion it is without an tmial."
TRICE SOcts for Quart Bottle,
which it may be applied.
H0LMAFS FEVER PADS.
. ii ' . i o . i
e are awnonzeu special
Hingstons Poison Fly Plate
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS,
Will kill more Hies in less time than any other poison ever
offered to the puMie.
QLOSS OIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
178 Prince Street, New York.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Damar and all other VaniMie
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Glovs Oil.
Our cheap Gloss Oil Vr.rniih. frr the price, has no cjual In the nmtket.
OUR DUYEHS ARK TIIK HE ST,
Dry quick and will m'.s with ell kinds of oil.
OU3t VAHXISUKS AUK TJIK 13 EST
And have no equal; so coi;eed'd by the traJe.
uc navo every; fad, ;;y to tr.aLufacture jooils fT frst
yiuiiiju cuu uL.j, hlj nuve iar,Te eipirHLce in me n.Less i.na )v tLe s un.e e:fotiil uttentiiiU.
SAMPLES and quotation sett with pleasure at any time. SclicitlnK your ordtr we reiinin.
.NEW YORK ENAMEL PA1XT & VARNISH CO.
AREYOU GOITG TO PAINTP
THEN USE NEW YORK
( i:ea.tyrjr use in hltc alia over pun nundrfd
u..u i.iiiLcvu v.i i.i.-ujjiuii. MPjui;,ifu. uniij.Ti'u iijut ii ii ii n x 1 ii i ( r I: I. a L'-'i-l'tT and lo ''it TAKE
A- I.ON'.'i ns i.Dy other PalLt, It hn ten the I'lIIST l'KIMIVM tt twenty of iae State Fairs of the
Uribti. i.ai on the flicst house, iu the country. St. J-eLrchuru .Jan. K-tb. Jj"7
Nji VVuIlK ENAMEL I'AIST CO: (.entii men. Wc bae soid luifu (jiiiin'i'iei ofvr,t;r Entiriel
r.i::.t in th.s sectlun oi the ccmntry. aLd ail parties hnvitp utd the siin,e ft t ale Lij;L )v cf'i's durability
ui.J .liiifh; cud they And the cuius aud mixture Just 6. vm n-pr't-lit. TLnecm be to U-'U-t v'vt
I'iresposaru t j heat and co'.d, and ncy unensingit oLce nlll stiitiy do so Benin Yon Pave pr-ili ei to
use our r.ancs for relerencs. Htsncctlaliy. ( H LFANT & (jRaFF
0 , ., Address, KV YOKK K.VAMF.L PAINT ( O.,
Samplo card free. r. hiuee Mreet. New Yerk.
LIFE ASSDEAFCE SOCIETY
ASSETS?, Ja.ncaky 1, 1870,
(No Premium Neten )
SURPLUS over Seven Million Dollars.
Washington Avenue, Cor. Twelfth Street,
Howard Association, New Orleans, Nov.
tested by the memt ers of this Association
MONTGOMERY BROWN, M. D.
Call an '.I get pamphlet giving l lie various ties to
Exclusive Agents, Cairo, Illinois.
i i n .1 . ,
.Agents ior me proprietors.
c'.nvs finality at 1he lowtrt prices. t we bur for
DirToront ('ot. ff.ide ot tr:ct;y pure 'Vhi" Lead.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO. .
GiJLakoSt., 93 Seneca St.,
IX POINT OF
Economy in Five!, Dura
bility, ami Convenience.
Completeness! of (li'slfjn, and
Pei fectness of Construe tion.
Sinililicity of Management, and
General Workln? Oualitiea.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
STOVES and a
I.N THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE.
AND PROVES A St'l'l ESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For tale by C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
Acdhjr Elrst-CIsn Drains Evi.rj where.
YfrUTlAc!'v0 rrties tu it i.
AaI JL JjXteril '"'ate A;if. (i r
iu, tain u. uui r y ,it .
B;:slttfs rtHpcctab.e. (,fod nil rap;.. ;.
We tiav A tk.it tilurT si.it rtr.. ... .
tral ceniiuislon to s.Us. r'ti ui :n t
IXO a moLth cjU Xm mtd- tv live u.i u. Kire
chance !ur ttakii.j mo-ev KtvrrriFe mi'ji'ed
LAudre-s, 'TFiiL Ml II MF i CO.
KSMtruesl. thiia;o. X.I.
5 CENT COUNTERS! !
TO THE TRADE: The Busiest nd nio.t S;.,-ce
ful nierchuL'.s il the day ie smrttLg 5 t tit C , .li
ter. A trial will convinre. We Le t:., . t'r t o
exclusive D cvnt Juhiii.s llonses In tte V. S
lyetd f ' r Cutilocse ti.d pirtittiitr.
J 0 A M Rtcdoifh St.. Ctkh. .e ,
IA3o i Cla incy St., 11, ston. Ma,. J
FEVEH AND AtJl'E PAD.
CURE BY ABSORPTION!
Without Doin?TI:e Better Way.
LIVEK k AGUE PAD
S f .Medicinal Absorptive
BODY & FOOT PLASTERS
3Iedicated Foot Baths.
These remedies which are the sole ex,:omn cf
the Cure by Absorption are ( pneftd tuLi.s.tc have
h'.en proved the chupe"t aC(l .t Effettimi Rt n,
dy fir il Disease Arii-inefrdm .MiiTarTa cr a d.n.r-
Or-ed Mvmiieh or Liver, ai.d it is a well ki.uwn fj, t
that iiftr'y sii the d.reases that attack the .:u:uAx
bouy u:u be traced dircctiy or Indirectly to thise
it is kto-.vn hy actual experience that i)-ere is to
disease thut attacks tie vouth and adult oi t e'h n-x-stnat
can even he ruo'iifled by the u-e df(i:i;ts,
hut that can be ac'ed on in a far mure sutWstMry
and permniient n-anter by the liOLMAN LIVE.'i
Xxtjuberlfeisi Cawesj, j-'inally
knowlfdged to be Heyoiid t h
Keoh of Mpdirine, have bf-en tr'av
ed under the Mild Action ot Theso
If qnestloncd. send (or our pamphlet. "Nature'
Law.." K'lving extended information audtestinio-
L.OIS from the fiffl lli-i'i!. t... rnni.tru V...'..l
The remedies are sent bv muii, post-pain, tm ru
chlpt oi price, eiet pt the sfait, which Is sent I y cx-
j.iv.o , L'urvnuftr s exuense.
roilSllltalillli friM' rr l .nHMfi.il nt ..... ..IV
by uiuil, Kivlug Iiiil di tcrtption ol your case.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
REOl'LAR TAD-S'3 CO; Incipient diseases, first
. . si.ik'e thills and Fever, etc.
SRECIAi. TAD-Ji (si; Chronic Liver and fctuin-
SPLEEN RELT-J5 w, Eclurced tpieeu and
1 1.....l.r..l fi.!!) J ..!...
INFANT PAD 81 W; Preventative aud cure cf
luuiviu iu.ai.uii;i auii OUUinilT
, i iniiiiiuries mr iservoui
PC'InTLASTERsi-Wc I and Circuiallve Trouti
Me thruwIiK' fl uli-
FOOT " Pair !c I stnictnms uud r mov-
rt . . niwi.iirv lur euiuf, pick
ABSORPTION 9ALT--1 Vhemiachs. numbness uf
bos i'-c; euoxes. fi.wj extremities, etc.
the Pud and Its Ai.xllluiieii, consult our pauiBtiet.
11ULJIAX T TVFTf PAT) Pft.I
Rooms 3 ond 8, usit Rmldlnc, 8t. Louis, M.
P. G. SCHUH,
Solo Acent ft r the sole of the HOLMAN LlVEft
PADI O.'S HEMEDIESIn