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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, .1880.
Aid the naual Purgative, la pleasant to take,
And will jiro u on lh mml ixilmt and harmless
hfmWm Rtsovulor and Ch-anaer tli h yt
Unit tirtiiiutii lo miiir not' f,,r f'uiftallp
ataTtirrl Mi-map rum tt ott'lrwOit tlnU oj the tntm,
il m iucoiiiwill)i in. fcil i-iaii tilunf. Ati-kJ nil
tlalniri. ; iittHI on i'i-Hiiir tin nrliclc -,iU,d l'r.
TKOriCi'lll IT LAKVUVK i P'H up In
hsritwl itn i,i- uuiy. I'm ui runl. Aalc yuur
iitttofiit for Uem-nUivv I'mnplilfi, nr adilri' Ilis pio-litM-tw,
1. K. llRrriKHIMiTON.
Mi I nk New Yolk.
BiroHC P-jflCHio ANY FORM or So-Cuuo
'I Hin-'inl I'iwwm, loll, i, ITI.VfciiMA' HtK
OAt.VANIO 10., Ni-w Vuik, N. Y., iiicinnuti, O., or
too Kfkiirixa, CuI., f.,r llimr l'iiiii'lili'i
"Tri Klrrtric lli vw ," milt Jfiill will save '"
taidmovy. Tli P.O. (. Hie iMfy-d-sI'M id il'-rj-.
tlw.mc Appliance, ou Hi Auicricsii toutiut-Bk
HOW TO CU UK.
Consumption, Coug i is,
(OLDS. ASTHMA, CKOIT,
All disease of the Throat, Lungs and I'uimouurr
USE ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS.
Allen's Linijjr Balsam.
IAJ il lITCf v 41 AfiKkTU ..r,h.r. ki Mil Tm,
II All I ELI " ". tutorial li.
T. "'. nr., t uai.li. I. fia.lv.. frM
oo4. O.ltl Iik. favalrt Tm I, teu SOU, si. Lou, Ma.
w Outfit sent free to those who wish to en
L. gai-'c to the oioat pleasant mid profitable
Inualneai known, bverrtblhe; new.
flCipitaln.it required. We will furui.b
tcrythliif. fin day and upwards Is yet
easily uiauu without ctuvlr. if away from
home over night, No risk whatever. Maty new
worker, wanted at onre. Many arv makim fort-
bLfji at tbe business, l.adli-s make an much a
men. and roung boys and girl make great pay. No
one who It willing to work fail to make mors
money 0T117 dar tliao can be made In iwk at ati.T
other employment. Tbow who rji;e! it onn
will Dud a abort road to fortune. AddKta U.
H Al.LETT 4 CO.. i'onland Maine
MRS. LYDKA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Th PotttT Cm
For all Female Complaints.
Thia prepamtlnn, a. iu hum aiirnillca, eoniuU of
TeUkbk rrortin tout arc barml aa to tbe meat del
kttu Inralid. l'tx,n one trial the merit of tliia Com
poosd will be recoffniaed, a. relief la ImmedlaM ; and
when It. oaela oontlimed, In ulnrty n.ne cun in a ban.
dred, aperniantnteurol.i(Ierted.aatbouarid will tea
Mfy. On aixoont of it. proren merits, It ! to-day r
wnunended aiid preaeribrd by Ui beat pbyaklajia In
1 will rar entirely tbe wonrt fnrra of falling
of tha Menu, Lfucorrba. trregular and painful
enftraaUon, all Orarian Trouble, Inflammation and
tkeTatlon, flootlintra, all riLpUcernenU and tbe eon
arquentapinal weakneaa, and If eapedally adapted to
laa Cnanira of life. It jrtll diaaol'e and expel tumora
from Uw nterualnan early atatra of derelopment, Tb
tandenry to canceroua humor tbera la checked very
speedily by rt. UM.
In fart it boa prored to ba tha great
est and beat remedy that baa erer been dlacoter
ed It permeate eeery portion of tbe fyrtem, and glfei
kewUfeandTigor. It remore faintnesn, flatulency, de
stroy ail eraTlng for atimulauti, and relicTe weaknesf
f tee atomacb
K can BloaUog, Ileadacbc, Nerrona Troat ration,
General Debility, Sleeplrwueii, Depression and lodl
restion. That feeling of brartnf down, caoaing pain,
weight and backache, is alway permanently eared by
Mease. Itwilletalltimea.endundfrall clminutaa
, act In harmony with tbe law that govern tb
For KidocyComplaint of either art this compound
Lydia i. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at VO and Vi Weau-rn Avenue. Lynn, Ha.
Price I.M. Sli bottle for $5.00. Sent hy mail ui the
form of pill, also In the form of Loavnire., on m-eipt
of price, per box, for either. Mm. HNKllAM
freely answer all letter of Inquiry. Bind for I am
phlet Addrcea aa above Jfrndon I hit puper.
No family should be without LVP1A K. PINKHAM'
UVTR PILLS. They euro ComUpatlon, Blliouaneat
andTorpldlty of tho Liver. IS cents per box.
RICHAUDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholr.ilo acrnl for I.TDIA E. PINKHAM'S
U VaV U
IftaailP from a alninlo Trophlral Leaf of Kitrs
Value ami Is a POSITIVE Heiunly for nil tlifl dl
ac! that CHtitu piilna In the lower part ir th
body for torpid l.lver Ilcnlitcbna Jauridlno
DUzlncaa. U ravel, Malortn, nnJ all other iMDlcultluM
of tho Klilncyi. Mvor ttnd Urliiary Orj;itin. Kir
KemiiU) D'.near e. Monthly Mciiftruiitlouc, nnd du
rlnn l'rennuncv, il hun uu I'qtinl. It n 'tun tho
org.iiip 'lint tnuku thu blood, mid lieiion ih Out heat
Wood Piiriryur. It I the only known n mectr IIih
core i;nxii' i icrt"ii. tor iriannu. tme vvar
nar'a Hate DlulietnaCnre.
Kor ale by Dragalata and all doitlcn at It.lJTi nor
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' WVlllv. O.IKIT, lilkiva in 11IU Himnwii .1 II.
Il, U. WAIINEK A CO., nwhvatvr, N. Y
THE DAIIjY 1JDT.LETIN.
AN INTEKKSTISO LETTKR.
BINOB OV A OHATKKIJI. IIKAUT ANO UIVIiK
IIOKOK W11KI1K HONOR 18 DUK.
Mr. 8. W.Cupph, ffHcottsvillfi, Macoupin.
county, ill., writes, under (into ol Au;'. m,
lfciWO, to Dr. Swuyno & Son: "I scirt to
ou lor t irt'O boxes 'All licalf r Ointment.
hitviiii IihiI the Itcliino; 1'ili'g for nliout
twenty-thrwo yearn, ami have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
Hive paid out at least 11 vo liuntircd doi
itrn vcp. I would be safe in savin? one
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed roe almost to
eath. when I became warm, particularly
at niht, the itchinir would begin, and the
only relict waH to bathe in cold water,
trc-timcs os often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
ebult is a perfect cure, and I will say that
t is the best Ointment in the world, anil
will recommend it to one urn all as such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
Mr. George K. O'ilaia, the live druggist
f the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet (he dtmninls of his many
customers. lie has just received it supply
ot that wonderful remedy that is iibtonicli-
ng the world by its marvelous cures. Or.
Kind's New Uisrovery for consumption,
cough.", colds, asthma, bronchitis buy
tever. iihllusic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling iq tin; throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection ot the tluoi.t and Jungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testify. If you do not believe it call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol-
ar. As you value vour life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4) "
Too Swept for Anything1.
Music hath power in the city's din, how
passing sweet to list,
Amid the busy hum of men, to the barrel
Or when ramping with the Earache, you
have agonv endured,
You try a bottle EclcctricOil, and find that
you are cured, ror sale at raul G
Dr. K'ine's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neive Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, renn.
Ca rtkr'b Liltlt: Liver Pills never fail to
cure sick headache, often the very-, first
dose. This is what i said by all who try
Chaklks IIaktmax. Toledo, Ohio, says
I know it cured me. and I hope others simi
larly troubled with paiu in the chest may
be helped by the "Only Lung Pad" as 1
have, hee adv.
If lile is a flower as philosophers say,
T'is a very good hint, understood the right
For if life is a (lower, and blockhead can
If you'd have it look fresh you mut moist
en it well,
Dut if moistened to much, and you get a
A bottle of piing. I'lossom is the best thing
Prices: 50c. trial bottle 10c.
To all who are sulft ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
snd a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station I), New York City.
I have no more doubt of the beneficial
effects of Warner's Safe Kidney nnd Liver
Cure than I have that the Genesse river
empties into Lake Ontario.
Rev. J. E. Raskin, D. D.
Washington, D. C.
Coughs. "Urown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
beeu tested by wide and constant use for
nearly au entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
Thk Thuoat. "Brown's Rronchial Tro
ches'' act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when nlaxed, either
from colli or over-cxertiou of the voice, and
produce a clear nnd disfinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Coic.H, Coij), Catahhh of soro throat
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.
Jaooh Loxkman, 274 Clinton street, Buf
falo, N. Y., says he has been using Dr.
Thomas' Kclectric Oil for Rheumatism, ho
had such a lame back ho could not do any
thing, but one bottln lias to use his own ex
pression "cured him up," bethinks it tho
best thing in tho market. For sale at Paul
The Voltaic Bki.t Co., Maiishall,
Mich. Will send their celebratod Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon HO days
trial, speedy curcit guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
out delay. .
Moth Kits 1 MothkhsI! Morin;us!!!
Arc you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and cry
ing from tho excruciating pains of cutting
teeth? It so, go at onco and get a bottlo of
Mrs. WinBlow's Soothinc Syrup. It will
relievo the poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; thero is no mistake
about it. Thcro is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at onco that it will regulate tho bowels,
and givo rest to thu mother, urn! relief and
health to tho child, operating like insgic,
It is perfectly safe to uso in all cases, and
pleasant to thu taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest nnd best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. Tweuty-Hvc cents a bot
Now York Letter to Cincinnati Commercial
A woman can do things one would
least expect a woman to accomplish,
If slio sets lier licuu 10 it. u was my
happiness last Niiminei' to see a lady
In New York city who has succeeded
nobly in a career few women would
adopt from choice.
Her utory reads like a romance.
One day. tiuur twenty years ago it
must have been, a lady landed from a
ship in New York harbor. She had
come from over sea to make her for
tune In the United States. When sho
loft the ship she had a sixpence, and
110 more in her pocket. She dropped
it into the seamen's charity fund. The
lady had letters to influential persons
in New York, and recommendations of
the highest order from his ilajesty,
Victor Kinniaiiual, King of Italy.
Ono of tho gentlemen to whom she
had a letter was Iloraco G reel jr. She
was admitted tolas private office and
presented her note, likewise a modest
request. It was that the founder of
the Tribune should give her employ
mcnt on his paper.
'What can you do?" said he.
She answered iu a very ludy-liko
and earnest way tluitshe could report
horse races anil agricultural fairs.
Horace Greely never could understand
a joke, or he would have seen one
here. Also, he had a sort of general
contempt for the female intellect, and
he probably saw 111 the young lady
before him a mild sort of lunatic. He
merely glared at her over his specta.
From flint day to this Mis Morgan
has steadily declared that there was
only one person in America she thor
oughly detested, and that was Horace
Give I v.
"He is the meanest person I ever
saw," euit she. "He never even asked
mc to take a sent."
The great editor dismis.icd the as
piring young woman iu short order.
JJut somebody about the office, whose
name is now lost to tradition, heard
the story and thought it would be a
good joke to send the lady who want
ed to write about horses to the Sara
toga races, then about to come off.
Quite in the way of a jest this was
actually done. It would be such fun,
certain jolly un ler-editors thought.
But to keep matters all straight, and
get a proper account of tho races the
young man who regularly reported
such things was sent as usual. Ignor
ant of this, tho intrepid Middy Mor
gan wrote out her story of the famous
races and scut it to the paper. The
regular reporter sent his. Then it
was that the joke turiie L Miss Mor
gan's account wns ued instead of the
regular reporter's. It was iu the na
ture of a stunning surprise to the pro
prietors. It was so well written, so
lull of spirited life, ami showed such
entire acquaintance with the subject
that from that day on this brave girl
found no trouble iu getting work.
Sho was sent everywhere to report
fa u s and horse races. Ihat was her
regular work for many years, when
she exchanged it for live stock report
iug. She now only reports the cattle
market. New ork drovers call her
the best judge of horned cattle in tho
country. Sue cau tell the wcightof a
beef on foot in the twiukling of au
eye. There is this pViuliarity about
her, that whatever work slip under
takes she does it better than anybody
else. That is why she succeeds so
well. She now reports the cattle mar
ket lor soiiio four New York papers.
Sho ha saved her earnings and is quite
"Humph 1 she ought to be," said an
impertinent young lady with pink
checks and banged hair. "She ought
to be rich. Two thousand dollars a
year and no clothes!"
The young lady did not mean it
literally. Micoiily meant to allude
to Miss Morgan's simplicity in dress.
Del phine Gay, a French novelist, wai
the daughter of a French official in
one of the departments, and of his wife
Sophie, who was the authoress of a
number of works both in poetry and
prose. Monsieur G:y was doomed to
experience one of the penalties which
sometimes attend the possessors of
clever wives. Sophie having written
a witty sally against a prefect of tho
department, her husband was depriv
ed of an appointment which he had
enjoyed under the victim of his wife's
satire. Their daughter, Del phine,
married Monsieur Kinile do Girardin,
the well-known journalist, a really
good and conscientious man, Intone
whoso temper also had been soured
by early misfortunes. His young,
beautiful, and witty wife was as great
a favorite iu society as ho was the re
verso. Her rooms were tho constant
resort of tho most celebrated literary
characters of tho day : Lamartiiic, Al
exandre Dumas, Balzac, Victor Hugo,
Mery, Thcophile, Gautier, Eugene
Sue, and sometimes Alfred do Miissct
Among all these celebrities it is fear
ed that tho husband was often for
gotten : and though Dclphiuo occa
sionally met him at dinner, nursed
him when ho was ill, and wns ready
at all timos to help him out of the
difficulties into which his quarrel
soino disposition had involved him;
ho inhabited his own rooms, and nev
er appeared ut his wlfo's receptions.
This, however, is a matter of small
moment iu France, the marital lies
sol very loosely, and Madame enjovs
herself to tho fullest extent to mako
up what sho has has lost as Mademoi
selle. m 1 m
Tho crown jewels which the French
government is anxious to sell, consist
in part of objects which have neither
artistic valuo nor historical associa
tions. Tho minister of flue arts stales
thiittiio sum of $1,600,000 which it is
estimated they will I'olcli would enable
him fo form a rt'servo fund for the oc
casioiml pui'chiioo of works of art for
tho national museums. At nresciit
tho administration of lino arts lias tho
disposal of a sum of $60,000 voted by
the chambers every year, but the forco
of routine is so great that the minis-tor
is obliged to spend tho wholoof this
within tho twolvo mouths, whether
there me favorable opportunities for
buyin;r or not, nnd can not execod tho
s'lui bv a single fmno when thero are
several Important &alot during the
lit II I 1 1
The Uivonac of ihe Head.
BY COl.. TIIK.'ipOIIE O'HARA.
Tb muffled drum's sad roll lias lcnt,
The soldier' lut tultoo!
No more on life's parade Khali meet,
Tlio brave and fallen few.
On Kuine'a r-tf rnul ruinpinK ground
Their ilent tont ure pread,
Wd Klorjr Kiiai-'lB w 'ln solemn roiuiJ
The lilvoiise of the dead.
No rumor of the foc'i advance
Now dwells upon the wind,
Nor troubled thontrlit ut miilnigbt hnunti
or loved one left behind.
Ho viniun of the morrow'" 'itril'e
Tho warrior' dream alarm",
No braying horn, no .creaming fife
At duwn .hull rail to a run
Their .liivered awordiare red Willi nut,
Their plumed heads re lowed.
Their haughty Uinncr trailed in duat,
Il now their martiul iliroud
And plenteous lum rul te:u liuve washed
The red "lain from each Irow,
And the proud form by Iwttle gashca
Are Iree 1 rum anguish now.
Tbe neigliiug troop, the flashing blades,
Tho bugle' itirrlnn Mant,
The charge, the dreadful cannonade,
Theilinand thout are passed,
Kor War' wild note, norGlory'i peal,
fchal) thrill with fierce delight
Those brcaMi that nevermore) may feel
The rapture of the fight.
Like tbe fierce N'orlhcrn hurricane
That iweeps hi great plateau,
Flushed with the triumph yet to gain,
Come down the serried foe.
Who heard the thunder of the fray
Break o'er the field beneath,
Enew well the watchword of that day
Wa "Victory or Ueathl"
Tliui 'neath their parent turf they rctt,
Far from the gory Held,
Borne to ipartan mother'! oreast
On many a bloody shield,
Tbe sunshine of their native iky
Smiles sadly on them here,
And kindred eyes and hearts watch by
The bero'i sepulchre.
Celt on, embalmed and saintel dead I
Dear is the blood you gave
o Impious footsteps here shall tread
The herbage of yonr grave.
Nor shall your glory be forgot
While fume her record keeps,
Or Honor points the hallowed spot
. Where Valor proudly sleep.
Yon marble minstrel'! volceleM itone,
Iu deathless song (hall tell,
When many a vanquished year bath flown
The story how you fell;
Nor wreck, nor chpge, nor w inter'! bliga t
Nor time's remorseless doom,
Can dim one ray of holy light,
That gilds your glorious tomb.
Sarah Winnennicca, Priucess of the
Fiutes, has been provided with a com
fortable little house in Oregon, with a
yearly pension of $000, as a reward for
her services during tho last Uannock
Drunkenness has been decided not
to be a crime in Massachusetts, accord
ing to tho ruling of Judgo Tillson, of
the First District Court of Southern
Worcester, who ordered the discharge
of a prisoner arraigned for drunken
ness. This decision which has created
quite a sensation, 4s based upon tech
nical points and complications grow
ing out of a repeal of au ild law and a
failure to make proper provisions in
The spider has never beeu at school
a day iu his life ; he has never learned
a trade or read a book, yet he can
make tho straightcst lines, most per
fect circles, beautiful littlo bridges,
and many of his family can spin ami
weave, some of them cau hunt and
swim and dive and do mason work al
most as well as if they had a trowel
aud mortar. There is a spider iu my
garden that makes so many Hues and
circles you'd think it had been all
through geometry. It makes circles,
every one a little larger than the oth
er, about twclvo of them, and then
from the smallest circles begins and
makes about twenty-eight straight
lines going to the outside circle, lilio
the whalebones in an umbrella. It
makes this web so perfect and regular
that it is called the geometric 6pider.
You'll see late in summer clusters of
its eggs on bushes and hedges. When
hatched the spiders all keep together
in a little ball. You touch this ball
and the spiders will scatter iu all di
rections; but ns soon as they can
they'll get together again, ns before.
I left my silk dress last night hanging
over ft chair near the wall, and this
morning 1 found that Mrs. Spider liad
been there in tho night and made a
beautiful littlo bridge of silk between
my dress and the "wall. The sp.der
that made this bridge for me had eight
eyes. It can't move any one of these
eyes; each eye has but one lens and
can only sco what is just in front of
it. It had ft pair ot sharp claws in
the fore part of its head; with theso
littlo pincers it c itches other smaller
spiders. When the spider is at rest
it folds these little claws one over
tho other like parts of scissors. This
spider bos eight feel; most insects,
you know, have six. At tho cud of
each foot is a moveable hook. It has
tlvo little spinners, or spinnerts. with
which it makes its web. Each of
those spinners has nil opening which
it can mako as large or as small as it
Jikos. Thero is at 11 bo like a littlo hall
communicating Into each of those
openings, in this tube thoro ore four
little reservoirs, which holds l ho
"gluey substance of which tho thread
is spun." Jta soon as this liquid
comes to tho air it becomes a lough
and strong thread. 1 supposo tlu air
act upon It in noino way.
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SPRING BLOSSOM !
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kit. J. A. MIKHMAM AND TH K ONLY 1)K.
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Dr. nb'Tiuun I the dincoverur ol the mil v knnan
or mora lur ni aucccHmui imjtuou or troullne Knpture without tha annoyance and Injury tmeses li
fliet. uiy be conHtiltejUt hi office. Ht. Louts, Mo., until tho )U December, after Unit at hi Set
York office. Office aildrem In the tt. LoiiIh city newr-pupcr.
Mr. B K.ficorce. Atu.rncy at Law.Keut, Union Co., Iowa, trented hy Dr. Shermnu at hi 8t. Looi
office, wnlo. ') juviuir iiaiid your Huptun; treatment, and having been permanentlv cured, I bav
utioken h L'h V Of lt mtrOa anil r,.,.,.m,niH I, In , r.l I " 1 ' '
no man in bhiu wuo una a Kiintiirt;. no manor how Inaiitnlrlcant he may consider It. for every man wb
haa (lied from It once II at tried hlmm'lf that It was hut a trifling nllinent; anil every man who now en
kt irom 11 auti ine injury of truo, to such an extent that Ufa hun no pnlnvniunii. mien rn,,r,tH it J
unworthy special attention. It In not a stand still
,. ... u , ,r0 .,- Ulu uci:ueriiry step to nc
gloom conies upon him
1 aoents irom uhroiiil can reeelvo treatment and leave for homo same day. Ptirlni? treatment any kin!
of active en rciso or luhor can bo performed without. Interfering with thu treatment, aud with Bafel
ruin imj tmiiuiTB 01 sirunfuiuted ittipture II
proofs from dlstlnsulshed professional gentlemen,
and popularity therefrom throughout this country
It Is illustrated with photographic likenesses of
to those who send 10 cents.
DR. J. A.. SHERMAN
251 Broadway, Cor. Murray Street. S. Y ami 43 Milk Street, Boston.
Bcwaroofccrtaiii confidence men and Impostor who represent themselvu as Dr. Sherman
I OIL "
Worth its "Weight in Gold.
CURPIS NEURALGIA AND TOOTHACHE.
CURES NEURALGIA AND TOOTHACHE.
CURES ASTHMA AND CATARRH.
CURES ASTHMA AND CATARRH.
OUR1CS ANY KIND OF LAMENES'
CURES ANY IvESTl) OF LAMENE8
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cure Your Backache.
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Urinary Organ by wearing tho
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It Is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CUKKS where all else falls. A REVELA
TION and REVOLUTION In Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, aa opposed to un
satisfactory Internal medicines. Send for our
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This I the UATKS & HAKLEY,
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Manager for tho Northwest.
pXCRSSlVK ANXIETY, or I'ROLONfiED
J2i HTI'IIY, will produce Infirmity In tho Nerv
ou System, ln proportion nsthe strenuth of the
svslein is expended upon the mind iu trouhlud
thought, to re the orgHns f digestion, assimtila
tlon and nutrition rendered luui tivu and eltigglsb
iu proportion ns tho eystetn becenies lullrin. tv' ry
InUlvliiual has some one organ that Is weaker than
the rest, and this 1 always the arm to suffer during
uervoti prostnillou: for example. Illictlnit now
sometime causes total suspension ot tno muscu
lar action of the heart, when the patient ii debil
itated, producing sutlcirn hemorrtiugu and death.
No doubt any longer rcnialns of the practihllity of
restoring thu nervous ayatctu, aud tarongh tho
nerves the muscles of the Impaired orcun. FEL
LOWS' COMPOUND SYRUP of HYPOHIOS
PUlTESha hceu proved to possess such power
lnnumcrons Instance. It will impart strength to
overcome affliction. Persons who are accustomed
to look upou tho dark side, and who se no pleas
ure In living, on using thl Syrup soon learn to
value and enjoy II ft, and thoso who study deeply
during long hour, yvlll find In tho Syrup pro
moter of tho power of endurance in the bralu.
There Is no absurdity in the fact that an Impair
ed Nervous System cause Consumption, Neural
gia, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia. Asthma, Epileptic Fit
Whooping Cough. Heart Disease, and a host of
othr-a; then why II It absurd that Fellows' llypo
phoMihlles, which effectually cure Nervou Dohll-
tiy, suoiiin euro mere (iisessea ano. uruiuiu in.
cause and the complaint will eca.e.
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water mark, which I seen by holding the paper bo
forotbelivht. HOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
COMPOUND SYRUP 3.
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T U R E
run, r,,r T.'imin.,. l.v ir,.i .ior...i i.Dn..
affliction : It is lendily progressive, even unto deatl
eneciUHiiy relieved or It before tho day orHflur ntr ail
111 IlOOlv O.N KUPTURK zivca tho moat relmb
clergymen ami merchants of hi auccesnfiil nractit
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extremely bad case before and after cure, and maiU
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Fiecmans' New Katio
of color arc unequalled. Color from 2 ti
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's w
A 11 LUNG DISEASES.
1 1 THROAT DISEASES
It D1UVK8 INTO the system curative ageJ
ana nennng meaicines.
It DRAWS FROM the diseased parts the poiri
mat cause neat a. i
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES
You can be Relieved and Cuij
Don't despair until you have tried this enalj
lastly Applied and UAUUAlilif
F K C T U A L Remedv
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412 FIFTH STREET, WASBINtiTOIf,
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