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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, ISSO.
And the usual Purgatives, is pleasant to take
And will prove at once the won potent unci barm
It m System Jtcnovator ami cleanser tl;ut has yut
been lirotjjjlit to'ibHc notice,. For Constipation,
Illll!oii-uess, Headache), piles, ami all disorders
a r. sin.' from an obstructed statu of ihu sy.t.eu, It
Ihcoi purubiy the best ruruttvu ux'.ant. Avoid
ii!ilt:itli,u; lnlt on ( 1 1 1 n liiu nrtlciu cuili.n f.ir
TliOi'If r Kl.1T I.AXATfVK In put up in nron.
i tin boxes only. Price mi cent A-k yourilrui.'
Kin for descriptive pamphlet, or address the pro
prietor, J. K. HKTIIEIUNGTON.
V I':irk Place, New York.
Iii't'iipcinD'cliiisiiiy: aiiv form of So-called
Hand, or Appl'anco represented to cure t,ervon,
chronic and sp-cUl fll-.-n-.-i., send to (lie Prl.YLK
MACHEK GALVANIC i o.. New York. N Y .
cii.i imiuTi. U , or nii Francisco, Oil., for their
KKLE parnpMet and "Tin: KIcc'.nc Kovtew" ami
you will save time, In-ullli and hiunev, The 1' G.
O.w-e tin' oiily dealers, in u'enuliie F.lcetri'1 Appli
ances on tho Arnerl" mi continent.
A speedy nnil ttlectual Cure,
Perrv Davis' Pain-Killer
Il-"t'jOi!he tort of IOKTY YEAHs' trial.
D.re'tlot.s with each Dottle.
HO 113 I1Y ALL DKI'OGIS 1H
WtVTHH1'111'11' AGENTS everywhere
' J. 11'. to ;,! T.;u. Co.-.', It'iklht Pow-
oi.i, i-iv. jnTTtxtrai'tH. etc.. by simple, to faini
lien. 1'm:'.( l-'mi.I o mit fme. PEuPLE b TEA
CO.. iox m. Lo-ils. .Mo
1 II bto-s. 1 sets ree.is ONLY
).". PIANnS u!. Paper
TAYLoIt.-A.l l- r.or.iiof family i.m.;e oi TAY
Dorw.il r.teivu in.- r. stii.2 r,d v .unable In-
f'imift:io? n:nU.i address to J . Kii:K TAY-
l.ui;. Jer C'.'.y. N J.
I Low. t rriri'ii ever known
' oo Itri i i' i-Loaders. rirlei
Our s ir Shot Oun
ct dreatly reduced urice
t":ni st.mp for 0'ir New li
I'iS'Mtcil Otaio.ue ill; J", Powell & Son.
Vain strret C luc:ntisti
M'.'t caMn.-t or Parior oratiii In
ti.c w.ir.d. winLi-m of hiii.-n die
I tlnrtmu at fv. ry freat World'!
I Exhibition f"r ltr,rti--n year
l I'rtcv!. J'jI, t'i'i 1' io
I iind upward, i or cacy pay
uieii!. S'l.-'f' a M'ltrter nnu up
ward. ( ataUiL'Ufr- tr-'f. MA ON
( IT' (i ,k 'l:im;iri On;au i o . 1M Tn
' 'JlV'.AilO m"iit ctrvvt. l'.opton: ih E'tM Hth
-((t. M'L'.on S'i'urc.i Ni-w York, 1 .1 Wa!i"h
M A.L T
The New Foul
Malt Bittkks Company.
B I T T K R S.
TIIEKE i no i-rt at. r I!l od I'rodunr M.d lift
A ui'alMii: prmr ip'.r In the world ot tvoA or
rucdicine tii.iti M.xi.i isi n fci'.iv pn-pi.f.-a irom
t'ufeniiefjti-d M.iit. Hop and lninliji'. 'I ht-y f-."l
thi-l odvai.d thir drain, enrich the Mood, colld'.tv
thv huf f. litr.i-ii the mupcVf. ijuict ihe n-rv-p,
rheer the mii.l. iirr!'Ct ili'-t-'.oti. reflate the
c!'i:nach rmd bowelc, Ciene tnc liver and kidnew,
and vtia'.'.e w Ith new life every fluid of t.'ie body.
Bi-war- of ltBl!tii)ii!iml!Hr!v named, Look for
the COMPANY'S Sli.NHTHK which ppeani
plainly on the In'. el of evtrv holtle. foid ev rv
where. MALT IlllTELS CO., Durtor.. Man".
(Foruu rly Vr. t raig'n Kidney Cure.)
A veu'etable preparation and the onlv furc remedy
In the world lor HK1011T DISEASE. MAHKTKS
and ALL K11LNEY, LlVEHatd L'itlNAKY
f .Tei'timoiilal! of the hlbort order in proof of
t U'-xi- tntt-mttitn.
tyFor the cure of DIABETES, call for WAR
NEK'S SAFE MAIlETESt I DE.
rjTFor the cure of HKK.llT'S aud the other dip-ea-e-.
call for WARNER'S SAFE KIDNEY and
I liciiH'tlifs are sold
liy lirnirirists and
iPciilcrs in Mcdioine
II. II. WARNER A CO.,
IlioiiiEcTin, New York.
tf-Hcnd for ruinphlet
Obtained for new Invention!, or for Improvement!
ou old one!; for medical or other compound!, trade
mark! Mid label!. Cavvatji. A!!lLmmeut!. Inter
fi'retice!, Appeal!. Hull! for Iiifriiik'enieut!, and
all c!c urlnliin under tho pateut Lawn, prompt
ly attended to. Invention! thut have been
t)V 1 IV'T VT y ,nu l'atent Oltlt'u may !tlll,
llriiriVvlXj-a'lnmo!tcae!, buiiateuted by
na. Heltig oppo!lt the U. 8. l'atent Department,
and oniraed In l'atent bnrdne!! eclu!lvviy, we can
Make. clo!er tenrcbe, und !iicuru 1'atent more
promptly, and wltb broader claim, than thoce wbo
an- ri'ituiti' from Wa!hlnirton.
1 W WTJfl7 ilJW "''"d f dl or !ktch f
liS fill 1UIVO your device; wo niaku ex
amination! and advUe aa to patentability, free of
rharitu. All c.orre!pondence !trlelly confidential.
I'rirea low, and no charge nnlen 1'aUint la necurtid.
We p'fiT In Washington, to Uon l'o!tma!ter
(leneral 1). M. Key, Rev. K. 1). Tower Tbu Herman
American National Bank, to official! In tint l'. S.
l'atent Ofllce, and to Senator! and Repre!cntatlve!
In C"tiirni!! i and especlallv to onr client! tn every
Btaio lu the union and In Canada, Addreu
O. A. SNOW te CO..
OPP0!lte Pat tit Offlco. Waohlnaton I). C
A WKKK in your own town, and no
capital rl!ked. Yon can itlvo tho
niiaine!! trial without expense
The best oppnrtunlt ver otfered fo-
tnosn wiiiinir tn work. .iii unouio
try noibiua else till you !ce for iir-
I itt what yon can do at the hasliicm wu oiler.' No
loom to explain here, You can devo.o ail your
time or only your !paro tlm to the btimtie!!, ar.
yiaks ureat pay for every hour that yon work
Women make a! much aa men. Mend for apeclal
private term ml particular!, whlcn we mall tree.
16 outfit free. Don't complain of hard timet while
yon have fiicha c.hancn.AddrtM 11. HALLKTT A
CO., Portland. Wain.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCHTION COLU 3LV
Edited In tho Intercat of the Public Library
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
Tlic briglit .Sei)t'-'Di!';r bys, w'Mi thu'r
clour, cool und crisp (kWiisand twillylits,
remind irn; that the lonliy summer Imsi
gone and that soon the lon, cozy winter
evttnin, will Imj here; those evenings in
whitth so much can be accomijllshed ly
ttio liusy worker. How much of whole
Homo knowledge shall we gain during those
valuable hours when curtains are drawn
anil the lamp burning bright? How ninth
of hi.,tory or science, or the arts shall we
gather in the precious, fast fleeting time
which never can return '. What shall the
THE LIWtAHY 01 ML.
BY HOLMES 1IINCKI.LV.
There where book-worms congregate
Over their fohog, early and late,
A young girl sits, with a biu'lit, sweet face,
That seems like a breath of lrc'i u'r in tlie
Steadily writing, yet far away,
Free and unlettered, her gay thoughts stray
Amongst green meadowsalong the shore
Everywhere, save where her dark eyes pore
Over her writing's weary length.
What sweet contentment gives her strength
To fellow her task so cheerfully,
Midst the sombre husli of the library.
Metier than volumes written o'er
With great men's deeds, ami wise men's
Is this living volume of tears and smiles
Of girlish nature and harmless wiles; ;
Melting the heart of the "lull recluse,
And setting his pent-up fancies loose,
As he looks from the shadowy world of his
To that human world that he sees in her
Little the city coffers pay
To the women that measure their toil with
Our sense of justice is slow to learn
That to each belongs what each can cam;
Mut when we study the higher art
Of sometimes taking account of the heart
As well as the head, in filling life's places,
We shall have less brute force and more of
WOMEN IN HISTORY.
In the reign of Charles VII., ot France,
when his kingdom was in imminent danger
of being divided, an humble peasant girl,
Joan of Arc, took command of the Frencn
army, and led it on to victory.
During the absence of Erick of Pomera
nia, King of Scandanavia, Copenhagen was
assailed both by sea and land by the troops
of the great llanseatic Ttepub':cs, with
whom he was at wtr. Queen Phil'ippa,
wife of Erick and daughter ot Henry IV4 of
England, by her example and exhortations,
roust"! the garrison and burghers to rtsist
nnce, and savc-a the city from destruc
tion. W lien the royal robber. Frederick the
Great, of Prussia, invaded Silesia, Maria
Theresa hastened to Presburg, and, in an
eloquent address, besought the Hungarian i
nobles to support her just cause. Magnates
ami deputies sprang to arms, shouting, " let
us die for our King, Maria Theresa." She
afterwards rode at the head of her atmy,
her presence exciting the greatest enthusi
asm in her troops Although unsuccessful
in her attempts to recover her lost possess
ions, succeeded in having her hnsband,
Francis of Lorraine, elected Emperor of
Germany, in spite of the igorous efforts of
Frederick to prevent it.
During the war of the Moses, when the
King of England, Henry VI, was defeated
and taken prisoner, in the battle of North
ampton, his wife, Margaret of Anjou, fled
to Scoltand, and there raised a large army,
with which she defeated the Duke ol York
in the buttle ot Wakefield. A few weeks
later, the great Earl of Warwick suffered a
defeat in a battle with her. She then re
gained her possession of her husband, who
was confined in the Tower of Loudon. Her
troops were afterwards overcome in the bat
tles ol Towlin and Tewksbury; but her
example; and tho others referred to, are
sufficient to prove that, in the historj of
nations, women have, with their stronger
Moved boldly on, to do or die,
Which , is the chance of war.
(in! Fowler Padneah
Citv Providence St Louis
E. M. Norton New Orleans
Polar Slur Hale's Point
(ilia Fowler Taducah
Cltv Providence Yiekslmrir
Bedford ..New Orleans
K. M. Norton st IaiiiI!
PolarStar St Louis
. GENERAL NEWS
Tho Annie P. Silver passed up for St.
Louis at noon yesterday.
Tho Tiitum is duo to-day for Paduca
from St. Louis. Tho latum is a fixture in
tho TaducBh trade, and is making money.
Capt. John N. Shunk died in St. Louis
Friday morning, after nn illness of not
quite a week. Capt. Shunk was well j
known at Cairo, and was highly esteemed.
The Mergers family were passengers on
theGus, Fowler yesterday from Paducah.
The W. P.IIalliday will bo found at
tho wharf this morning. She will leave
late to-night for New Oilcans.
Capt. Joo Fowler came down on the
The Florence Meyer, Captain Nichols,
from Cincinnati to New Orleans, struck a
snag ot Mullet's Mayon, 12 miles above
Natchez, Friday, and sunk to the hurricane
deck. Total loss and three persons miss
Oh do leave off tensing, said she,
Your "too freh altogether"'
My limbs with Rheumatics doathc,
I'm considerably "under the weather''
Well don't get "on your ear''
To the drug store I'll hurry I'm sure.
Get a bottle of Eclectric Oil,
Winch for Rheumatics is a sure cue.
Pacl G. Sciivh, Agent.
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wneu the community isllooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
ami pure. So conscious are the iiroorie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery lor the
Consumption of the worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. 1 his certainly would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkablecurative powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of the throat or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy a trial
by calling on Geo. E. O'Mara, Dru jurist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,! 1.00.(1)
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts to the alllicted upon 30 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Couons. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial atlec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested bv wide and consant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have nn extraordinary effect
in a.l oisonltrsol the throat and lainyx, re
storing a healthy tone wiien relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use!
A Colon, C'oi.n, Catarrh of sore throat
j requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
As Elegant Toilet Preparation, hair
dressing and restorative is tound iu "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore gray or failed hair to its original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hair is
checked by its use, and it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy
ami luxuriant. It certainly is the most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Marrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr.Swayne & Son, Phil
adelphin: Gents I enclose a postoffice
order for eight dollars; please send me one
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It
has stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It lias proven
satisfactory in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer ' can be obtained at all
the leading druggists at
cents a bottle.
A YEAR and
MChl.lt i, AuKiiftn,
Newspaper Advertising Bureau 10 Spraeest.N.Y
CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL.
The Forty-eighth annual term begins
Thursday, OctoDer 14th, I8S0, nnd con
tinues seven mouths. Terms, f 00 first year
$:;0 second year. For catalogue or circula
address the dean,
Jacob 1). Cox, Clnolnnrttt O.
(treat cnauceto m axe mon
v w e need ft iurson in
every town to take mhscrlp-
lion! ror the lariiest. Cheap
est and best illlustrHted
family publication iu the
world. Any one cin become a successful aireutj
hix eleuaut work! of art piven free, to !iib!crlbers.
The price l! so low that almost everybody sub.
scrlbus. One ncent report! takltiff P.M subscribers
In day. A lady agent report! makliiK f'JiHi profit
In ten (lay!. All wbocnpieoniaKcmoney fust. You
cau devote all your time to'the butdncss.or only your
spare time. A on need not bo away from homo
over nli;h. You ran do it as well aa others. Full
direction! and term! free. Elcirnnt ftndoxpensive
on tfH free. If you want profitable work send us
you r address at oncu. It costi nothlnu to try tho
business. No one who enfawes fulls to make treat
uay. Addtesi OEOROK bTlNSON it CO., Port
We arc th Inrirent exnortern In the Fnlted
NtMe, and we win pay tho lilnhest market price
In ruah for ftuy quantity,
m- R. A. Holden & Co.'
67 Vint Street CINCINNATI.
Tho estraordinary effect of this lluchu. u pre
pared by Dr. lLivdock, upou the Kidneys and L'rl
nary Ort'ims Is without a nerall.1 lu tbu history of
medicine, and ltn result fnrjheyond any of the
Kidney remedied of tbu day. It stimulates Dices.
Hon adds tone, to the system. Invigorates the De
bilitated, and is infallible for the cure ol Dia
betes In its worst form.
One trial of a teuspoouful in a wine-i'lass of
water will convince the most i-ceptlCiil within from
ten to twenty minutes
Disorder of tbcKidufys.
In all dl.eionjs all'ectlng these ormns. whether
they secrete too much or too llttlo water, oi
whether they he alV.icted with none or crave), or
with ache and pains rcttlcd iu the. loins oyer the
region of the kidneys.
Will five almost Immediate relief, when all other
means have failed. The most powerlul existing
medietas Tortile cure of female, couiplaitits. Fifty
years expi rieneelncoute-tahly proves this remedy
unriva led for the disorders incidental to the female
sex. No family should tie without it. and it may be
taken by yount; or old. as It will red ore health when
every other means prove unsuccessful.
To" the stomach we truce dyspepsia, headache and
general debility to the liver, bile, jaundice, and
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dysentary,
constipation, piles, and fistula: to the lures, con
sumption, etc.; to the blood, scrofula, scurvy,
and all cutaneous eruption, liy keeping these
orcunsand vita! fluid pure anil healthy we may
safely defy tin nttucks of disease, and no medicine
et prepared for tU purpose tun equal the ac
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
"It haa tnaJe me a new man."
"Dr. Unydock'n Buchu Las lccreaevd my weight
".My wife would not .be without itjfor any
"Our little boyli ranch better, I enclose one
dollar for another bottle."
' "I find It as easy to take a milk "
"We have told thirteen bottles thl! week, and
shall want three dozen next order."
"My morning 8gony Is fote thank to your
Want of space compels me to conclude.
Any Invalid or fuflerer aft'.ctea with any Kidney
disorder who will write me as to their complaint,
will be treated humanely and kindiy. It is my
rails' earnest desire to Investigate all forms of
Diabetes, and to sivo relief at all times. It you art
too poor to purchase, write me any way, arid your
case w ill have immediate attention.
C A V T 1 0 N.
Observe thit the signature cf Jos. Uaydock Is
acres the month ot fuel; bottle.
Price One dollar for large, and fifty cents for
UAYDOCK & Co.,
7 Dey Street, NewYoik.
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer AVooil .ami Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five ceuts per loud.
At one dollar per loud.
The "trlmmlnes"are coarse shavlues and make
the best summer wood for cooking purpose a well
me cneapest ever sola in Cairo, for maris
mitb'i use In settiuc tires, they are unequalled.
Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard
LI T A? P HEALTH.
A "Wonderful Kemedy.
The Great Internal ami External Rem
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. MALARIA,
Diphtheria, Ptieiimo lu. Sore Throat, lullam-
million of me tunes, .vc, i.inie naca, iiiuamnia
lion of the Kidney!, Backache, lllca, Bunions or
borenens of the Feet from whatever cause, Bnrn!
Itr Manilla n,wl all lull tin. tniilnrv IHaimtfi.H. l'rtrlflv
li..... it n .11.. ......... nf ,i... . 1.4. Tl...!
ii.ibi. II Uliirira miu nil uir-eniM-a ui iuu pbiu, 4111
all female complaint! and weaknesses ll has no
eipial. Thousand! have been laved from an un
timely death by III use. Do not delay, hut try It.
It Is a household necessity. Full liartlcular!. in
our Illuminated card! and circular!, cunt free,
upon application bv mall.
A trial will benefit yon, We guarantee satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price, Nic. and f 1 per
"Kittle. Trial bottle! HV. Hold hy all druegl.li.
HAMtlll. (iKIIIlT A COMPANY,
Proprietor!. 17 Broadway, New York
A week In your own town, f!i outfit nee. No
mUhrlsk. Reader, If you wsut huilnes! at
v whlrh neiKoti! of either lei can make ere!
ty nil the time the work, write for particulars to
UALLiii i' vu romanu.
Jirjuss ami L0T(:iIES:::::::::::::z:LIVJt COM PL'
Al ,, v -".-f :.4pi.,:rwrtSf' I
GExlND piano company
."ill mill PI inn Sti'Pt rnu.hniati hli.A
' ' Mi w vv - iiivili lilt I Ay VJ1AU
MAN LT FA C'T TJ I i 12 14 S OK
GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
durahHRy'm '",l0I1, ,,w,!e,IJl!'", Pum'r and brilliancy of tone, and 8rea
A flp.it -"I H . Ill 111 fl la t It .. rtl.l.,it. .mif,.. U,...ll.. JI1.-..a...a I . . .
H1 u uK'utmir nii.r,
Eclectric eclectric Eclectric
Oil. oil. 0iL
"WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD.
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUII, Druggist,
Dyes. For Lrightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOril, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiirliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES.
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF .101) WOKK DONE TO OBDEH.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois,
NEW YORK STORE,
WIIOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX T1IK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEIt & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street and 1
Commercial Avenue, j
cruu iur uit.i"truu'n raru off m.
(.RAND PIANO CO.
nnd MIM Plir.n Stroot, Cin'tl, O.
-PRICE 50 cents anil $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecmnns' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
CENTS TO JAN. 1.
will be tent, postpaid,
from date to Jan. 1st
next, fur 10 cents. Thin
trial subscription will
enatile readers to be
come acquainted wltb
the cheapest metro-
Colltan weekly In tho
.S. Independent In
politics, all the new,
correct marKet report!,
tlx completed ttorlea
In every Issue. A favor
ite family paper. Send
IU cent! (silver) at
once and Ret tt until
t CJfVM ft Rtn InttnifB'iitfc tW Fnrnnn of 81. H
m,. Iw :u- r"uxr 1'tMi'hfH, L'ram-Mtgwi' Oiiitlu.lUu, Ep
Lftir;r, Shi 'iii. Ontf.u, Uiou on orcinbltif tnd ConJurtinf
hiiiai Vaiuktil Iolonuiioa furMukiia UaikdhMk.
XrCtahS OuLl for AmiUor Pinfl. u4 Putnim1! Dratft-Miloci
fkcuu, lwok of w wt msiiltti fur 10 ototi.
L i('.' L lli.ALV. Mourov umt istntf 8u CHIc OL
(JRAY'H SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK. The Great Enfillsn 1KADE MARK
Kemedv, au UB
failiiiK cure for
' Spur ni a t orrhoea,
(UseaseB that fol
low as a conse
quence of self
"Df, T.W..""1' ai loss or
jjoxuio iiuuuEtuemory, universal
lassitude, palp 'n tho back. dlm-& m.tj
ness of vision, prematnro old aije. w in&
and ninny other diseases that lead to Insanity or
consumption and a premature, irrave.
Full particular! in our pamphlet, which we d
slre to send free by mall to every one. The .pe
el He medicine is sold by all druggist! at ft per
package, six for t", or will bo sent free by mall on
receiptor tho money hy adilreMlne T11E GRAY
.MHUictlNis cu o. 8 xccnanic niocK, iretroi
Sold in Cairo by Barclay Broe., Paul (J
Scbuh and Geo. E
To Nervous Sull'erprs The Great European Rem-e.ilv-Dr.J.
H. Simpsona Specific Medicine.
Dr. J . B. Simpson's Specific Medicine Is a pott
tlvn cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Wcakneif
und all disease! resulting frnru Self-Abuse, aa Ner
vous Dehllltv, Irritability, Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude, Depression ofSnlrllsaud functional do
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