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aiureMlor JluiiipLii. 1'kiTiiilili-t, hi aldiciiiia (iio
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rtinii no raail. It rfmr tin
tha h ood. nd h'nc m the lct
It imtie otjIt kr.nwn r nn d ihi
: iieo. For i)ibvUt, uh War-
"or . by Drugcl-t" r.d !i a kT kt $1.25 pi.r
t!c. Ur:'UM'ti" in Di mtrKi't. iru
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MRS, LYDJA L PINKHAM:
CF LYNM, MASS.
, . Dawntea op
LYtJIA E. PINKHAM'3
. -TOETASLS COMPOUND.
For all Female Coiplaint
Thit rmtttratloa. a Iu niuoe rtRnldf, eoudfU of
Vntrrtnfck! l'ropcrtUn that we harmlmw to tb tpot el
RAtotoraUd, V;.n oiw tral tlx niriiu oMhl Com
poiiod will b racognlxnl, relU'f la lmmUat i and
when It well ccntmnd, H nlny nlni fawn In a bun.
ind, apannaaentcurU(rec(tbouianaa 1U tea
tiff. On ofraoiit of IM imrrn mcrlt, It it to-day r
nmmndd and prrurlhol by the twirt (ihyaiclaai In
It wUI cur antlrrly U wont fotm of fatting
cf tha ntnu, Iouorrhira, irrtfular and painfol
KeMtroatlon.allOrarlanfronbloa, InfJammattoD and
Ckuation, tloodlngn, aU DUptenmcnU and tna con
roientapinalwaaknaa.andla nprUll7 adapted to
thaChaniraof Ufa. It will dlawtr and prl tumora
from tha utrroaln aa oarly ta(re of dertlovmwt. Tha
tandancjrtooanoanuakumonitiwra la chocked ytrf
tpaadltj by fu aaa.
In fact tt bm prorrd to ba Um treat
at and lost nnvdy that baa ever been dlarorer
d. It permeate! trrry portloa of the qratora, and gtna
-v all craTtnf for atlmiilanU, and relleTca mkneai
oatlnf, IWdacbea, Kemrat frost ration,
aity,B3cj4wieai, DTinaion and ladl
fFBllns of bnartac farwn, causing pain.
backache, la ahraya ptrmaiwoUy cured bjr
In harnoay wttb the law that (overM UM
KldvrOoapUint of either aei thli compound
E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound
rad at 19 and t3C Western ATenoe. Lynn, Maaa.
$1.00. 8U boUJee for $5.00. Sent by mail In tha
of pUli.olao latba form ofLotwucea, on receipt
i, S1.W, par box, for either. Mm. FUOtHAM
ly antwen all letten of laqniry. 8 nd f or pain
Addraaa aa abora JfrnOon 1AM paper.
.40 family ahould b wltbout LVDU K. P1HKHAM'
IJTOt 1'IIXS. Tbey ours Oonitlpatlon, BUloosnua
andTurntdlty of tha Unr. U centa par box. a
RICIIAUDSON & CO., St! Louis, Mo.
Wholcaale sst.-uia for I.VDIA K, PINKIIAM'S
, A WKRK in yonr own town, and no
capital riakod. Yon can give tha
khiiaincnR a trial whdoui xpcne.
FTbo bKt ouDortunlt ver oBVmd for
thoto wllline to work, i mi motuo
try tiuihistf cIkb till yoa sec for yonr-
l If what yoa can do at too baalncaa wo offer. No
t.iom to explain here. Yon can dryole ail your
time or only your aparo time to the buaineta, nr.'i
make Rrent pay for ?very boor that yon work
Womea uinko as much a men. Htmd for apuclal
private tormi nd pnrtlculara, whirh we mall tree.
& oatllt fmo. Don't complain of hard tlmea while
yon have nnch a chance. Addrvii U. HAIXBTT
ta.Portiand. Ualnt. '
V Cent! 1'Uitnoi.VY
j4T',:J p. m.: hui
. Ueori. pastor.
st'.K WILL llAPTlrt'
jCetwen Walnut and Oerjf
litii i a aid ::.) p. m, I'
Vntit t;rt; sty BLBEQ
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Kdltri la th lnlwt nf U16 Cftiro I'ubllc Llirftry.
MEN, WOMEN AND H00K3.
Tub o!d(bt living grsiluhto of Harvard
Col Inge is said tube Mr, Joseph Ik';ni, of
New YDrk, who graduated Jn 1804. To
tliow how ininitivo was tho cducHtionsl
nyKtiiin of tho country at that lime, it is
outy ntciM-hury to tUto tlmt Mr. Head is
wholly ignorant nf base-bull, and bus but a
superficial knowledge o! bout racing.
Okokok Ijanchoft, tho hibtorian, cele
brated LU 80th birthday at his homo in
Newport, It. I., on Sunday, October 31.
The event was signalized by the completion
ofthegrcht literary work of bin lite, "The
History of tho United Slates from the Dis
covery of America to the Adoption of the
Federal Constitution in 1789." Mr. Han
croft received present and warm greetings
from admiriDg friends in all parts of the
country. Though 80 years of sge, he iH in
good health, and may yet live to bring his
great work down to later fpoths iu Ameri
WOMKN IN hnUCAHON,
To-day, th moat ln'P'.'ful foatur f
American HOcitty is this ron.iog to the
front of the fluent Auiericnn womanhood in
every grade of the American school. The
presence of the noble Hi iny of school mis
tresses (and a nobler body ws never seen
on this earth) in the school rooms of the
West, more and more taking the most re
sponsible places of instruction and supervi
sion, almost monopolizing tins Suaday
school and religious work of tho church, in
God's bow of promiic bending above that
wild waste of savage conflict we call weal-
rn business and iu politics. New T.un.
ur education which was ample (or our
icrs is insufficient for their sous, who
tbe better pquiprwd for tho tharper
litis and rivaliies of modern life, or
5,r.l.:.,";.t!lure awaits them. Men who were rela
tively prominent fifty or seventy years ago,
could win no success to day. The business
and industries of tho country ami of the
world involve tar more application of
science anrt skill than v$ demanded then.
The supreme court ot IHiut.is Um iecid
cJ that a Cfteen minutes' reading of the
Biblo each morning, in a public .cho.l, is
not "sectarian n liiou instiuctiuu,'' and
not contrary' to the spirit of tree govern
ment in that vigorous commonwealth. It
la ft llMln l-4Tli!!e t ttvsAn. ' -.firl ' li j. . ' It .)
on nhich Mr. Kohtrt Ingersr.ll. himself,
vtou'd object to this decision. II the Ten
Commandments, the Sermon on the Mount,
the (iolde.il Kule. and the Lord's Prayt r,
arc '".sectarian" and unsuitable reading for
American school children, the
question might coine up, Is not a pub
lic Fchool in which these words can
not Imj read a public nuisance? The people
who most ihoronghly reject this kind of
"sectarianism" are largely found insifle jail
limits. When Abraham Lincoln was told,
just after tho capture of Vicksburg, that
General Grant drank too much whisky, he
said: "If you can tell me what brand be
drinks I'll send a barrel to each of my gen
era's; perhaps, with the help of that par
ticular stimulant, they may gain victories
like General Grant." The particular thing
this country needs, just now, is tho brand
of public and private morality that Wars
the seal or the Ten Commandments, the
Sermon on the Mount, the Lord's Prayer,
and the Golden Kule. London Schoolmas
ter. THOMAS Eirso.".
It is conceded that Edison Is the greatest
inventor the world has ever known; and yet
he isotily of mi Idlegu. One of his school
mate, now n reporter on the Kansas City
Express, thus speak of him: "Edison and
I lived in the same town, went to the same
school, aud amused ourselves with boyish
sports on the satne playground. At that
time Ellison was not considered a bright
boy, his mind run to drawing uncouth
figures on his shite, or using bis lingers for
a brush and his ink-bottle for paint in
making cabalistic designs on his desk
mate's books. He was a
sandy-hu'ned, red-faced, freckled
boy, and .hc dunce of the school room.
Such was Edison, the man that discovered
moro about electricity than Morse would
have thought possible. The hoy without a
thought of future during his school days,
has become a man whose name will be
handed down from generation to genera
tion, and if his preceptor, that 'steady aud
woll-mcnt Scotchman, who ruled his schol
ars with a heavy rod, and always had a
healthy hit with his torrulo for the tardy
ones, could urlsc from his grave to-day and
witness the wonderful doings of a scholar
that he always considered a loser in all
educational races, ho would wonder. After
I left rchool, I met young Edison
serving employes in different capaci
ties, fiast as an ico-crcani and lemon
ade vendor at hU father's observatory at
Fort Gratiot, Mich. ; then hi pea nut veu-
deron the Grand Trunk railroad; then pro
moted to a nowsdcaler, and finally tho pub
lisher of a daily paper printed on the train.
After awhile I again found him on a currier
of dispatches for tho Western Union tole
graph company, and then as one of its chief
operators. Through all those years that
were made bouyant lor him by his aspira
tions to be a limn among men, there was
s'uouldering in bis breast a desire to ac
complish something great, and bow well he
has carried it out the world now knows, and
the sleepy boy Ims made bis mark
in indelible writing on the pages of his
tory." RIVER NEWS.
(In I'nwltr I'adacah
Annlii I'. SilviT
John N. Macomb,. ,
IJ. T. Di iter
C.iifl l'uttl. t I'mlticah
(Jo'.d Duet, Vlckaburg
Mwurnu ....Mound City
Hihur New OrleHD
War K,')e St. I.oiila
The Joe Kinney is the Memphis packet
The Golden Hub will be here to-day for
The Ste Genevieve added fifty tons for
Memphis laht night.
Hi ver at 1 p. m. yesterday 16 feet 5
inches, a rise of 10 inches in 24 hours.
The Commonwealth will tow the barge
Anchor Line to St. Louis with a 150 ton
The Annie P. Silver is still at the wharf
adding for New Orleans. She will get 01
Thad Conant. an old river clerk, has ac
cepted a position at the M. C. Central office
in this city. i
The Golden City will not return to St.
Louis, but go through to Cincinnati. , and
enter the New Pool line.
The War EaL'lo had a fair trip let St.
Louis. She returns on Tuesday, and will
remain in the Memphis trade for the pres
Cruin, of St. Louif, was a p&sseu
ger on the Silver yesterday from the Capo
and returned to St. Louis on the War
The Idlewild will enter the Evansville
and Cairo trade at once. The river has
ri-vn suflkieutly. The Dexter, IJlcwild
and the new boat, now being built at Pitts
bnrg, will compose a daily line, the coining
season to Evansville, the company having
made up their minds that Cairo is the only
proper and legitimate terminus of the line,
The river having raised to about 10 feet
ou the gauge at Cairo, the City of Green
ville wa.s enabled to seek her natural ele
ment once again, and Capt. Hill 15. Y. Hi Icy
brought her iuto port at noon yesterday
looking none the worse for the fifty-six
days which she has put in on the bar at
The new Anchor Line uniforms add to
the already acknowledged beauty of the
Silver's officers, and while we regret that
Capt. Green Shields failed to obtain his
suit betoie leaving St. Louis, it is perhaps
just as well, for beauty unadorned is" gen
erally in greater demand than when bam
pered with the taggery of fashion. Capt.
Greyu is the twin brother of Capt. Thos.
W. Shields, aud don't overlook it.
The ''London I air Color Restorer"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from all other hair re
storers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor tho hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely grayncss, trom
sickness or other causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from all impurities, dandrufl',etc.
at the same time a most pleading and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
fumed, rendering the hair ..soft
and plyttble, making it an inV
ueiibaon; in every unit i
Ask your druggist for London Hair CWbr
Restorer. Price 73 cents a bottle. (1)
No More Nauseous Drugs.
For nauseous drugs, no use there sooa will
For Salts, Magnesia, Senna no pretence,
Dispensing Chemists, all men will agree,
To view, ns things with which they may
Hut when Dyspepsia assails, then is the
time to try,
Spring Illossiim's virtuo as a remedy.
Prices: 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
"Malt Hitteiw" are Brain, Nerve and
Hlonod food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggists
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousucss, Sleeplessness, EmncieMnn and
Women that have been bedridden for
years have been entirely cured of female
weakness by tho use of LydiuK. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
K. Pinkham, 2113 Western avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
A witty mail nan make a jest, a wise man
can tako ono. It docs not take either to
find out tho virtues of Spring Blossom in
curing disorders arising from impurities of
the blood. Constipation, Indigestion, etc.
Prices: 50 cents,, trial bottles 10 cents.
. . . . i i (fit , tttati t (
MMniiMi e aaaaa
CuiiE Yovix Hackacjie.
Ando!) (lle&o (,f tiic Kidney, Bladder aad
l.riuary Orsuna tiy wearing tljs
Improved Kxcclsior Kidney-Pad
It in a MAKYKI. of HEALING und RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
ItCfKKH wli.-rall tire falN. A HKVEI.A.
TION and KEVOI.LTIuN in Medicine. Abaorp-
tein or dirort aptdir: .tion, a oppnaed 'O iin
putufaitnry lut-riiil iinilioli.e. Stnd fur n'.ir
tn:atmc on KMi.iy trosblfa, rent Tree. Hold hv
drtiKVi"'". or nut 'oy mail.ou v ci.-lpt of price, .
J HATES k HANLFA',
ulna Kidney lad 13 I Mddixon Street,
Auk for it and CHICAGO, ILL.
take oo other.
Managers tot the Northwest.
Eclectric 011 Eclcctric
Worth jts Weight in Gold.
CUKES NEUKALGIA AND TOOTHACHE.
CUKES NEUKALGIA AND TOOTHACHE.
CUKES ASTHMA AND CATARRH.
CURES ASTHMA AND CATARRH.
CUIllS AX V KITD Oir LAMENESS
CURES ANY KLIISTD OF LArEiSrESS
Sold by all Druffffists.
Go to PAUL G. SCI1 I'll, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Grand Opera House.
After an extended tour through the
British Isles, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Knight
were welcomed back to America last night
at the Grand Opera House by a crowded
house. On his appearance, Mr. Knight
was enthusiastically applaucd. The
play presented was "Otto, a
German,'' by Fred Marsden, which
was first brought out at the Broadway
theatre, The piece contains several good
situations and proves a pleasant vehicle for
introducing the Knights in numerous speci
alties, and a good company. Mr. Knight
did some effective acting, besides giving a
splendid dcliniation of a German emigrant.
Ono of his specialties is the rendering
of several difficult airs on the har
monica. Another, which brought down
the house was a recitation a parody on
Barbara Frictches. Mrs. Knight, as Lizette,
a silly, thoughtless girl, was perfect. Bhe
also sang several songs, the best of which
was "Dos Wasserfall," a duet, in which her
husband joined. Truth, New York.
The company will play Otto at the
Atheucum to-morrow night, when every
seat in the house will be occupied.
A STANDAHD household remedy of un
doubted and acknowledged merit is Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup. And it costs but 25
cents. All druggists keep it.
Ecleitrie Oil Amongst the Base Ilallists.
Joseph Durrinbcrger, Broadway, says he
hnd the misfortune to severely sprain his
ancle, confining him to his room and caus
ing extreme suffering. His brother, "Lessee
of the E. Side B. B. giounds," who always
tisns it in such enses, induced him ttry it,
and ho says that the application of the Ec
lectric Oil half a dw.en times enabled him
to walk round, and before he had used
half of the bottle he was quito recovered.
Sold by P. . Schuh.
For impaired digestion, and, in fact, for
debility from any cause, I know of nothing
equal to Fellows' Hypophosphltcs. Its di
rect effect in strengthening the nervous sys
tem renders it suitables f.r the majority of
diseases. Wm. 8. Howe, M. I)., Pittsfield,
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the,
marvel of the ago for all Neivc Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Scud to 0.11 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penu.
Outfit non t free lothimci who with to cn-
W In the moid pleanmit and proAtablu
u.inuaa Known, f.w.TVtUlna new.
atiiulnnt required. We will fllrulsu
avnrvthlnir. ttiln ilnvnnd nmvardh la vat
itaHilr uiailo without Muvluir uwbv Irnm
homo oer nlhl, No HMt whatever. .Many new
workers wauled at coco. Many nro makiti fort
unca at thn hiitlnnaa. Ladle ninko aa much tit
nioii, and von n a Loy and girl mna great pay. No
ono who In ttlllinirto work fail to makn moro
mmiey nvory dny than ran he mmleiii awoek at any
ollior employment. Thoao who eiignae at oih-o
will And a churl road hi fortune. Addreaa II,
HALLKTT CO., l'oriland, Maluc.
' HI'HINO P.LC6H0M.
mmm a ,
aa. ..,, , , ,
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
A 11 LUNG DISEASES,
I ITHKOAT DISEASES.
ItDKIVKK I N TO the nyauni cnralive agents
and hclirq mrdlrinca.
It UKAWS Flio.M the dict'f d purt the poitonn
that caiin li aili
THOUSANDS TLS'j IFYTO ITS VIKTfKs.
You can be Kelieved and Cured
Ii'in't despair unil .von have tried thl m-ri tbif,
Fasiiy Aprlied and li A I) 1 (.. A L I. V E J'
K K ; T r A L It.'im-dy
ho d Iit drnifir.itii, or f , nt hy mail on rece'nt or
prioi.-. ;.oe, bv
.Send for 'IV tl t, tTIi' A If T V V
monialaand our ', w V- u. ' .
bonk Three 1,:1 Madison Street,
Miiitr.Maye.r- CHICAGO, ILL.
M.ii)m:r. f.'ir the Northwcet.
PRICE 50 cents and 81.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frecmans' New National
of color arc unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
h NEVER-FAILiN REMEDY
For Chills and Fever, Bilious and In
termittent Fevers, Dumb Ague,
and all Malarial Diseases.
Stop taking I'olMinom Drnga!
Btop taking deuf-produrltif; Ooinlnol
Stop taking bon-dcBtroylo," Mercury I
Stop taking dangerons lViNnnal
StndnrJ Cure oontulriH co Quinlnnl
Standard Cum coutuinn no Mcrcurj-i
Standard Cure contalna nu rniaonul
Standard Cure la pleasant to take!
PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOX.
Standard Cure Co.114 Nassau st.N.Y,
And by Druxglata.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ieo.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car .Loads a Specialty.
OFFI C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Bkn.t. F. Ghafton, Story B. Ladd
Halbkrt E. Paine.
I.ile t'ommlfi'lonor of l'atcn:a,
P A T E N T S
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attorncyi-at Law and Hollcltori of America and
m Kimi STRLK r, Washington, r. c.
rractlca patent law In all tit brunches In thn
PaU'Bt Oltico, and In the Supreme and ( Irrnll
t'onrls of tho t'nltcd States. I'ampUlct ent free
ou receipt of stamp for poatnsc.
A rrHE W'omwI
( a n,(, miwim
MMtltaH .-iihiH.h iaa attta,
ai..lt t a . . aettt nhiMi HH,iMiMtf
' -a a - MiHii fJ M
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LLOYD & MoKEAN
No. ."H WALL Si IJKKT, iNKW YORI,
Wo nny and il at current rales:
I... S. Wuvernui i.t n.inile-
l-'eLtml I'aciiio L:md (irut Hor.d-.
'etitr.il I'uellln Fir.t Moriijuge (ioht'l!ond,
t.'nilfwrnla and (iruu'on do
Suu Joaquin Valley do
VVe-iern I'lie.ille d,,
Southern l'ci;j' ,( t'! ,j(i '
Cheniipi alii! A Ohin ItV.' . :i,. lioiiilii mid boad
and Hindi acriprnd c.j ip .na. v
WV havo fur eiitoihn i hcaapc'ike t ihlo84He
'A" fi per cent. Iloni'ii, lit and ii.ti.rcfartg
we buy anil ':ll on 'e.'iuiminiiim
11 ty ijlrttlM
neail in ai tin: Mt.iek Kieiiun'.
vunre. therein! Li ri'NiioniiiolR narilo
WusIho Imy u.id well ou comnila-i more '
of otcorilks not iiiouii ai tho Ku . MiiK.
w5 reee.lv.. rlinilt, n .1 a i.. ve v -- h.l
0 H H 1 v y ;A K
tS i i i '."jnti-. Uniflt fre
o. vicKr.uy, Ar-t
J AKIejiint Cliroitio f: irdi,Ni!w S'l U
1'Vu'HlilKil I. .IllVkH I'll K 1
In rw.rrVrilr niK,.. PrononnrM ti Uio tmt hrihn hif'h
it nif dinl f'ifdijriii! in Ki w rl4 tvia Hiftnj
MurrtUna nimu. ' ,
r Nerve Restore l
foraV BtIM Nrvi)iHaiiri4. CMTjwra
cur d,T t'Js. I'mltvrj and titrrr, JflrrUtm,
Ikfh i'im a If Limn u dlivct-d. A'n Fittnflir
i irif.( n'iu-. Tmllwi and i trill tKittlerriwt
Vitiatli-nta,thcT wlrnrcxpri'iiwite. i-nd r.auiiv
p. o. and rtnrrna aitiirwa in iia., i i.i n
aiui at. rtlicim ra. cccmni.iiwvi.
mon lin Uentra to reao
a clentinc tn.!lfe lb
Spi'rmatnrrhin.1 Mid . .
ual Debility, loyntl.-r
nh auiitittletia aa to
ih bent UK.MKDIKS and method of trentmeiil,
mould wnd for tlio nf w patnihti:t. I) J a phyalclaa ol
Uiirty years t-xparleoca. l'rtcc, 10 ctula.
Addrum Mnrny Hill Fob. Co.
1 K. 15th STurrr,
ft. V. IITY.
Ontfit tnmiilieii true. wail. full itu
trneiioii for eonntiutini; tbc moat
prorttab'u! ti'i'ineaa thai uuy ooo can
'.tvKe In. 'lh jnlnc. ta iicay
tu Irarn, and nnr Inatractmr.a trt n
umpie and pli.ln, that any one. cat
make n""'1 1'rotit" from the dirt. No on? eta fall
who In willing to work. Vnioen an: a (.ugeehnfat
as men. llova ud nirln i nn ecru lari,v aiuna.
Many have made at tl.e Imaiiii m ijver jn n hundred
ilollnrti ie a ninle week. Nethiu;: liko it ever
known before. All who rnesro ar mji ji!rd at thr
eni-u and rapidity with which they aro aiile to makvoi
money. Yoa enn encace In thin bUHlin'iia dnrinx
yonr npare tlrnn at great profit. Yo tido rot have
inven capital in It. We tako all tho rik. Thoao
w ho need ready money, should wtlm to ua At once.
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Tho extraordinary effct ofthla Itnchu, u pre
pared hyDr. Uaydoek, npou tho Kidneys and trt
unry Orcaua la wlthont a noralltl In the history lof
medicine, and ita reatilta fari'ieyond an of tha
Kidney remedies ofthe dny. It slimiilatef Dlfffs
tlon adda tonu to thu arlcm. luvli;orates the De
bilitated, and la infallible for the euro of !)!
I ere In ita worst form.
Ono trial of a tepoonfnl In a wine-clno of
wate.rwill convince the moat sceptic.! within freaa
ten lo twenty ruiiiuten. ,
Disonler of theKiilnt-ys.
In all diseasea arTectlkR ihco orpnna. wbetkor
they accrete too inoeh or too little water, or
whether they be afflicted with atono or prate 1, or
with ache, and paina nettled In the loins oyer tat
region of the kidnoya. .
Vitalized Bucjiu. i
Will nlve almot Immediate rellof, whan all other
means bave failed. Thn moi-t powerlnl existing
niedlclna for tho cure of feinalo complaints. Kifty
yeara experienceincontestablr prove this remedy
unrivalled for the dlsordors IncideiitKl to the femate
sei. No family ahould do without it, and it may bo
taken bv youn(orold,a itwill restore health when
every other means prove unsuccessful.
To the stomach wc trace dyspepsia, beadache anc
general debility to the liver, bile, jaundice, and
yellow fever; to the bowels, diarrhoea, dyacntary,
constipation, plies, and dsoila: to the Inngs, con
sumption, etc.; to the blood, scrofula, scurry,
nd ail cutaneous eruptions. By keeping theee
organs and vita fluid pure anil healthy we may
safely defy the attacks of (license, and no medlrlce
jet prepared for thta purpose tan ru,nat the lo
HEAR WHAT IMAID.
"It has mate nieanew roan."
"Dr. Ilaydock'a Bncbu hailncrean d my weighi
"My wife would not be without It for any
'our Httlo boy la much better, I endow cut
dollar for another bottle."
"I find It aa easy to take aa milk "
"We. have old thirteen bottles thla weok, ta4
shall want three doaen next order,"
"My mornlnu Kony Is gobc-tbanki to yonr
Want of apacocompelsnie to conclude.
Anv Invalid or sufferer atBctea with any Kldnay
disorder who w 111 write me as to their complaint
will be treated humanely and kindly. It la mr
must earnest dttslro to Investigate alt forma &
Diabetes, aud to give relief at all time. II yoa ar
too pour to purehakc. write me any way, and year
caau will have Immediate attention.
Observe ihit the ilgnalnre of Jos. Baydack H
across the mouth ol each bottlo.
Price One dollar for lartto, and 11 fly cent for
trial aixea t ,
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