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TIIK DAILF CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ,21, 18S0.
THE DAILY JiULLETIN.
dustrial industries of the world. There tho
uncrowned Corliss was king. N. B. Web
ster in Educational Notes and Queries.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Kild la lk lulrrotl nf th Cairo I'ublle Library .
AN INTKHESTING LETTER.
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Ami the asoal Purgatives U pliaaant to lake,
fl Will rrol't kl niitH 111 lnet rmtioit .r.il I.....!..
Vvatrni Rci.X'iitor .out i l.-iaiiarr i imi l.u r
U-,-n hlf it:hl li, p'llilic (,i.l'--, lr .'ouaf I lilt
Won. Kllliiti-nraa, llrudiu'lif, I'll.-,, ,,i,ii ail
'kmnb.tt ari;ny tftiin nn ntiri tt(t ttatt nj tht luttrm,
II UlC'illlpiU'.t I, Oil' Utt ruril'ii cdml, AviJ .in
IM.ohfc; ii.-i't i.i. ifflttii" Oi- :irl . Ii- rwlpil (nr.
THoi-ir-ruijir i.Avvriv: pm up n
a.lu.J lili txli. "III,. I'iii:b Mllnll. A. J'UI
lfJ!lIIU ,.l4- Ciiiiplili I, n uil'lfmk IIih i o-
J. k. li inn j.ki.njtn.
Buont PufiiHAS sa Ml FOfiU or 8o-Cuir.o
lUr.d w Kiyhkiit-rrtfttntttt In cur ' S rvti,flrnoi':
fetid hr-orial Jiffrry-, h I , U- f'l 'J.VI.ItM A HfcK
itAI-VAM: Si W rU, N. Y., iii'-mnMi, '., i.r
hwi iTMiri-"-... al , u t Hi, n , r trnphti-l an.
"Pi Klwinc It' vi -w' .irnj oi Hill (mi, Vii4
IusCJ ffirwv. ? In- i', (i, l u. v ( li- Vi tt nl'-rn ill 'iHc
bl-' li if Af 'liUli' f.i. --i AiJit-i t- it .'l.lil.fl.fc
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(OLI'S. ASTHMA, (POIP.
All dii un tf tLe Thro:,, I.ni.- kbit i'mii.oLur
UtJJ ACCoIlDI.SM TO DIHKC'JlONS,
Allen's hunr liuk-un.
WAUTEfl ,i'"W''"iW.miil Tea,
If fill I kll ' rv-a.i l.rn.f I.I
flf Th Ki.1 klA, 61. Lii.l, lit.
U, .. Ill l.lllt.lf . tl. I.lu. ... r..M
fk w Outfit tent free to Iho.e howil
Ijtf Uv CJW In the nv.tt pli n.ar.t ami j,
hutui.- known. .v ryUjiii
"I ' -apita! not required We will
Vli ivcrvlhliiy lintginl nnfnv
Omfini-Dt fn-f to ihoK-who wli-h to ci.-
Aitrill itt vol
Ruflf milk' uithlillt L1vlrifr iuhv friim
Lour oti'r niKhl. So rink whaivti-r. Miiiii' nrw
worker MKbtrii it unci. Miiny rp mkii;e fort
me it ibe tiTialiit . 1 dii''niiike n m i' h
n.m. i.d vonM: bo ai.il t'irl iiihk'1 tn.nl pnv No
"br l!u it willing l work feilt to iiitkr iniin:
u.iir. y i Tt ry iltr tiitu c&l bi- uial in a r k m tuy
i)l tt unpliijuii'Dt. Itoir who i-Ltgr tl obip
"J tod u bjfi road to (Tihf. Addrn II.
II ALLK'fT CO.. Portland Mmn-
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAftt
OF LYNN, MASS.
ifi.H OH ll.l i.I.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Tupn-rr jll'.n. It. i.vi nifniflo. rvtiflfl of
nrHtilt l'ru(a-i tint titl we trn.J. tutbr-iiiurt dl-Iran-
InTtUid. l' n i.rw tml th n nt of li.U Com
. bnd viQ rtMiirniAtl, a.rlirf It lifimMUta ; tnd
Ih'B iMbm It rnDiliiii'd, iu nlm ty nlnuriumio hun.
6rnS, tpcrmtiu ntitin i rTitrlau iIioumiiiI. will t
Ut). tti rriuiit of lt ppiTi ri roiTUf, III. u-dj r
Rttoniilnl ud i n.rib J I) tto tmt (ihyiKiaai is
It tll for, f.. ly tl. wnrit form rf ftlllrf
f lh turn, I H,jrrliu, irnvuUr tnd tnful
Mwurtrt)lion,ll(u'iAnTmutilr, iBlUinnutlno tnd
Drcntico. rtuKliuir kll IiUi Uu-rnirnti and tL coo
)WBt tplual ikniM, tad It etiKvUUy tiliK1 to
Iti Chn( of Life. It mill dbwolre and tipi-l tumor
(ram tb uu ruilntn rwj tUmt of dt'Trlopmrnt. Tli
tMKlrocj' Ui cncrou humor thr U chocked try
nmtStfj tj It ur.
In fart It hat prriTrd to L tb (rat
at and lM rftnrxljr that hat rtr bB dltcofcr
Hi It pnnra(r ertry portion of th tjratnm, and f laf
a IUand Tlor. It mnova faintnc Cutukncy, d
ttrnjrt all rrarlOK for nUmulanu, and reilrrot wrakiit
cf tn ttomai'h
II enrr Moating, flai1arhwi, Srrrout rrwrtratlon,
(MMraltM-bilit)r,81pbKnta, tfepmwinn and Indt
rUoo. That frt'Unf of bearing down, (atulng pain,
wnrtt and oackacb, in alwtjv pt'mianrntljr rord by
ltu. HwlllatalllinK, andandertll clnunutan
m, art In hannonj with the law thai gotcmt th
For KJdnryCompltiJita of I'lthrr i tliia rompotind
Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound
Itpn parrd at SB and tIWi( rn Avmuir. Lynn, Haw.
"rkfl U). Ux tKittlit for .'i 09. b. nl l.jr uuidin lln
form of pill. abKilntli form of Iivnri.. on ni-r.pt
of prttT, 11.00. per box, fur i-lth r. Jli. 1 1NK.MAM
fm-ly timwrm all letter f Inquiry. 8" nil fur pain
phM. Adtlmt. M aUiTo Jfnifion fAM pii;vr.
Ko family thouldb. without LYDIA H I'lfKIUM'
Ln"."KPII.La. Tliey cure Constltl.n, Ilillournra
and Torpidity of th Liver. 20 cent ir boi.
KICItAKDSON A I'D., St. I mm, r).
Wholp.nl.' nui-ulu lor LYDIA U. I'lNKHAM'S
Vi'irelaulc t Vmipouuil.
Nmiitle from li almnln Troihlrr.l I.rnf of Knra
Valtli.' mid It h I'OHITlVK Hmnudy for nil tho illn
(nut tlnil rnii.tn tmlnt in Ihn lower mrt. of the
hodv-liir lorplif T.Ivi.t lli'itilurlKit-Jatintllrc
Dlr.r.lmx, (lravi'1, Mnltirlit. nn.1 nil other tlifficultlot
nf ilH! Kidney. I.l'or nnd I'rlimry Orgmii. For
Keniiiln IMm iiM't, Monthly MeiiMruiitton, and tin
lint! I'rtiu'iintii'v, It liii no itinl. It rvMop'n llio
nrir 1 1 'lint niiikv lliu hlnoil, hiiiI hunro it the bett
Jiiood I'lirlfyur. It It the nnlv known li meily lliat
rur't nrluhl't IMenn, Kur ' LUitbeU'i u War
itnr'N Half DlnhutvaCtiro.
Knr niUi hy lirnuiiliiK nnd all ilenlert nt f I A'3 per
biitllc. t,nrifi"t Imllk't In tho market. Try it.
H. U. WA UN UK Si CO., Mwulivatcr, N. Y.
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MEN, WOMEN AND 1JO0KB.
Tiik book to rem I in not lh: on: wliicli
ttiink for you, but the one vliii:h makes
you think. No book in tho world cquala
tile bib'.e for tliat. Dr. MfCohli.
I'KN-I'OH'I'UAIT OK TKNNYSO.N.
Mr. Tiiniiyson, who in sijvpnty ytiim of
oj,"', was soon walking in q Lomlon park,
tliii other tiny, by ioini: one who thus
hkt tchet his- appearand: I
lie lookuil tall, Koincwlial htoulur, roitiil
hboulil'Tuil, and hi; wnlk"d with it Mick, as
though the ,'otit were lianinj' about Ins
I'o'h ui- fc t. He had a lnii beard wliiuli
iilinot burii.d hiti faff:, and wore a pair ol
lar,", louij ), (Jhwi' fe lookiiiir fpectach-.s.
He had on a very brimd-brimmed,
weather-worn f' lt hat, dark trousi rs. ,'ait
ers, Hevtrul utid'-tcoitts ol ji.i ki ts, eovered
over all by a thin, shabby-looking, nil
tweed dust-coat, buttoned very tightly, as
thoali it wen- inueh tm) small for him.
Danlin' outside, from what hhoitld have
been n clean white shirt front, wu.s a pair
of large, p;old-riiniued nasi fiieotaeh's. lb;
wan one if tin Mhk"-t-lookini,' m atures I
have ever seen out nf a Mormon iiioetirij,'.
SiPhi kk ('AiiiKtJiir.M. in Iloim. is the
largest thureh in the world. Its architect
ws the faiiiou? sculptor, Michael Angelo.
It height is 4C4 feet. It was begun in tho
reign ol Julius II., in l ami was com
pleted in 17si taking a period of two
hundred and seveiity-eiht years fur its
erection. In les-s than that time, by many
years, the United States have been changed
from a wilderness to a country whose cities
rival those of the "Old World" iu popula
tion and wealth, science and art.
Tobacco was generally used as money in
Virginia up to 1 000. lil'ty-seven years after
the foundation ot that colony.
The oldest reigning sover-ign is William
I., kingof Prus-sia and emperor of Germany,
born in 1797, became king of Prussia,
January 2nd, 1 SGI, and emperor of Ger
many, January IS, 1871 . No other reign
ing monarch was born during i within) the
The sovereign whose reign has been the
longest is Dom Pedro, who became em
peror nf P.nzi I, April 7, The next
longest uign, except in two sniiil Oeinian
ftates, is that of Victoria, who has been
rjiecn of England since June 'JO, 137.
NeM in ordi r comes Massr ed-Dcvn,
Shah of Persia, since September 10, lSf,
and Francis Joseph I., emperor of Au-tria
. ... . . , .
mow a iistro-nungary ) since in'cemner ,
The youngest sovereign is A1ihc") NIT,
born in 1857, and king of Spain since
December .JO, 1874. The last king crown
ed is Humbert I., who became kingof
Italy January 9, 187S.
Edward III, of England, was the com
mon ancestor of the ail the present
sovereigns of Europe except the
sultan of Turkey and the kingof Sweden
and also of the only emperor in the
western continent. It is noteworthy that
Dom Pedro, of Itrail, is more nearly re
lated to Edward III. than any other ruler,
being of 15th generation, while Victoria of
Enulaud is of the 17th, as are also Al
phonso XII. of Spain. William I. of Ger
many, Christian IX. of Denmark, and
Humbert I. of Italy. Lewis, king of
Portugal, and Francis Joseph I. of Austro
Hungary, arc of the 10th generation from
Edward III., and Alexander II. of Russia.
Leopold II. of Uelgitim ami George I. of
Greece, arc of the 18lh.
Tiik longest reign recorded in modern
history iu that of Louis XIV of France,
which was seventy-two years. '
The longest English reign was that of
George II!., who ruled sixty years. The
reigns of Henry III. and of Edward III.
were each nioru than half a century.
Victoria of Eugland and Kuan.u of
China, rule over more than one-half the en
tire population of the globe.
Not only is the gracious ijUeeu of Eng
land connected by ties of consanguinity
with all but two ol the sovereigns of Eu
rope, but also with several who would like
to bo kings, as (.'hamboril of France, who
bides his time to be called to the throne as
Henry V., and Ferdinand Philip, duko of
Orleans, who came to American and served
for u while on tho stuff of Gen. McClellan
during the lute war.
In nil America there is but one crowned
head, Dom Pedro, ruler of the largest coun
try iu South America, anit all who witness
ed the opening of the centennial exhibition,
nnd the starliug of the machinery in tho
machinery hall, saw him standing by the
Bide of tho president of tho North Ameri
i cau republic, and both waiting tho com
inuud of an American mechanic-lo un
throttle tho stomn arteries of tho giant en
gine, nml set in motion tho mazy acres of
lo ui", I ithi.s, spindles, saws, and hundreds
of tools and lutiehines, illustrating tho in
IT ItlNOSOK A (IIUTKKll. IIEAHT A SI) 01V1.S
HONOU WI1KHK HONOIt IS l)t,K.
Mr. h. W. L'apps, cf Scottsville, Macoupin
county, 111., writes, under ditto of Aug. '0,
1880, to Dr. H way no cc Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-healig Ointment,'
having had tho Itching Piles tor about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in saying ono
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed mo almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and the
only relief was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to try your Oint
ment, and have used two Ixixes, and the
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, and
will recommend it to one and all as such.
S'vayne's Ointment is sold by nil druggists.
Mr. George E. O'Hara, the live druggist
of the town, U always up to the tiroes and
ready to meet the demands of his many
customers. He has just received iv supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by iu marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay
fever, phthisic, croup, whoopingcotigh, tick
ling in die throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of I ho throat and lungs,
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 coit or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. As you value your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been 4 )
Jai ou Lox k.man, '214 Clinton street, Buf
falo, N. Y bays he has been using Dr.
Tho.-nas'Eelcctric Oil for Rheumatism, he
had such a lame back he could not do any
thin,', but one bottle has to use his own ex
pression "cured him up," he thinks it the
best thing in the market. For sale at Paul
The Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich.- Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon -JO days
trial. pccdy cures guaranteed. They
mean w hat they say. Write to them with
out delay. '
Dr. K'inc'o Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neive Diseases,
All tits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Peun.
Oaktkk's Little Liver Pills never fail to
cure sick headache, often the very; first
'lose. This is what is said by all w ho try
Ir lite is a (lower as philosophers sa-,
T'is a very good hint, understood the right
For if life is a flowr-r, and blockhead can
If you'd have it look fresh you must moist
en it well,
But if moistened to much, and you et a
A bottle of Spiing Blossom is the best thing
Prices: 30c trial bottle. 10c
I ii ave suffered from a kidney difficulty
for the past ten yeats, accompanied with
nervous spasms. Physicians gave me but
temporary relief, but alter using three and
oui'-half bottles of Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, ray nervous spasms were
entirely relieved. My age is 1 7 years. I
recommend this great remedy to all suf
fering from nervous troubles.
Easton, Pa. JIns. Mauy Bef.se.
I PTHOSoi.Y recommend the use of Fel
low's Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites
to all who suffer in any way from disease or
weakness of tho Lungs, Bronchial Tubes, or
J. F. Newcomek, of Toledo, Ohio, says:
I have been greatly benefitted by wearing
an Excelsior Kidney Pad, and would rec
ommend all persons troubled with weak
kidneys to try it. See b1v.
Mothkus! Motheks ! ! Moth Kits!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and cry
ing from the excruciating pains of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Wiuslow's Sootliinp Syrup. It will
relieve tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever ued it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best tomato
physicians nnd nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. Twenty-five cents a bot
weakness by the use of Lydiu E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, Wo Western avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
JlsT heard from Tom Harris of Virginia
City, Nevada, he w rites, that tho doctors
had given up all hopes of saviving hun,
ho had Albumenaria in the worst form,
was induced to try Spring Blossom ho is
now bossing his stamping mill as usual.
Prices: 00c, trial bottlo lOcts.
Cocked up noses nro pert and some sny not
Some havo imne, like a bear when a cub,
A fine stately, nose, may soino timo hide a
devil, .. "
Ami nn angel may beam in a snub,
But noses of all kinds no matter their bhapc,
Aro nttacaud some time with disorder,
Catarrh caused by cold, w ill cause your
head to nche,
But Electric Oil, will soon put you iu or
der. For salo at Paul G, Schtih.
To all who nro suffering from tho errors
nnd indiscretions ofyouth.norvoUB weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
Henclarecipo that will euro you, free of
rharse. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self iiddiTsseH envelope to tho Rev. Joseph
T. Inmun, Station D, New York City.
.lilt I) Parker .
Con Mlllur . .
I'm! ui All
St. I. on
I'm ui ah
1 1 im Hu-lun
(..'apt. Branch left by rail for Evansville.
The Sam Roberts and barges got away
The Howard will be bete to-night for
River at 1 p. m. Ill feet above) low water
mark, a decline of 8 inches in 24 hours.
The City of Alton has gone to the bank.
Captain Bixbyand Marsh left for St. Louis
The War Kaab has decided to lay over a
few days. She will lie the first boat up,
The Grand Tower returned from Chester
yesterday evening and got away during the
night for Vicksbur?.
The Scudder came out yesterday noon,
towing a barire containing about 300 tor.s.
She will get away some time to-night.
The Helena brought cotton for the Cairo
and Vincennes railroad, and will, like the
rest of the '"boys," choke a stump tempor
arily. WIT AND Hl'MOR
The beehive is the poorest thing in
the world to fall back on.
There is some good left in the world
after all. The man who invented
spotted stockings lost money on them.
A little girl, noticing the glittering
gold filling' in her aunt's front tooth,
exclaimed : "Aunt .Mary, I wish 1
had cop per-toed teeth like yours.''
There is ii fortune in store for the
genius who shall produce a holier-iron
shoe for the small boy. Something
warranted to last two weeks is what
Two ladies meet. Says No. 1 :
"Why, do you know what I heard
about you?'' "I've no idea." "I heard
that when your husband was sick and
not expected to live you went to u
picnic" "-', ft-vile slaip.b.r; it was
only an excursion."
Boarding bouse chicken soup can be
made, it is said by hanging up a hen
iu tho sun so Unit her shadow shall
fall into a pot of salt and water. The
only trouble is that on r cloudy day
the" soup is Ih'blc to bo weak.
A gentleman who married ft widow
complained, to her that he liked his
beef well done. "Ah! I thought I
was cooking for Mr. Brown," said
the, "he liked his rare. But, darling,
I will try ami forgot the poor dear.
A gentleman saw an old darkey
down on a Galveston wharf fishing.
"What luck, uncle?" he asked. "No
luck at all, bos?. Fish is giitin' skur
ser and skurser cbery yeaiir." Tlinn
they used to be more plentiful?"
"You bctdey was. In 1812 1 cotched
in (ialveston bay sometimes liftv rcd
fUh in an hour, and when dar wasn't
any fish at all dar, 1 iicborcoielio.l less
It is well to look ut all side of a
subject before you indulge in aiiopiu
ion. Ctirrau onco said to Father
Leary : "I wish, reverend father, that
you were St. Peter, and had the keys
of Heaven, because then you could let
me in." The shrewd ami witty priest
saw the sarcasm, ami turned its sharp
cilcon tho skeptic by replying : "By
my honorand conscience, sir, it would
be better for you that 1 had the keys
of tho other place that I could let you
She wept, the poor laundress, on re
turning five shins, where her natron
had intrusted her with six. tunl con
fessed that she hail burned a hole in
tho shirt while ironing. ''Never
mind," says the customer kindly:
'Christinas' comes but once a year, and
that will be all right. How much do
1 owe you?" "bix hiiu 'tit twelve
and a half cents seventy-livo coins."
"But y oil burned ouo ot them up."
'Well, suppoao 1 did? Hadn't I wash,
ed it before 1 burned it? (o along
wid ye, trying lo chute u poor disso
A certain young Boston bachelor,
wealthy but 'modest, was taking his
b all ouo morning when his telephone
culled him. lie sprang from i lie tub
and was horrified to hear that u lady,
wife of a distinguished New York
bunker, wasaulio oilier end of tho
wire a mile away. It would never do
lor him lo carry on a con versa lion
with a lady in his present condition.
"Exouso me. A thousand pardons P'
he cried, aghast. Ho donned his dressing-go
wn and then repaired to the
telephouo and conversed without fear
Llttlo Robhy, nged H years, has at
tended Sunday School ouo or two
months. Ho Is tin apt scholar, nnd
gives early promise of bearing rich
ethical fruitage. At play villi, an
older brother, tho other day, his orig
inal Adam so far gol tho belter of him
ns to cause him to clinch his liltlo
fists and strike his brother. Brother
Tom whs about to retaliate with his
more formidable wonpon, when Bob
by cried ou t s ' "No, no. no I Teacher
say oo mu't strike buck when oo ir
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Vi i i. . in ""' '"t-touiMCitynewepatieri..
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t)Vi'ii hl ! ?v nf it n rill - ti '("Dturo treslme,,,. , having bee.,, pcrmnm nllv cured, I hj
p iKcn dirtily or it tnerlit and reenmmeiid It to my irleml '' j
Dr. f In rnian I the (llnrovorer ol the only known mru t'urlhipliiru bv lnea) externa! tn-atninnt. 4
hat ' fed I frTl ' i0i",',' t''l'V''-u '"'"' InslCTltlcum he may consider It. for cv"ry n w?
era o n uZ l H .nf,? r ,di,,,n",,f '""V1 w" '"" ""IIiib nll.nenl ; and every man wbV now J
Kra iro n u aie the .n.in yot truce, to tuicli an extent that Hi., Im no I'tiiovmunt. once re.- mleii li
unworthy I.-.I attention. It It not a tiand .lll !)ir,lon : It !. Meadllf i.
""...momiTu;!;;: Ke ,,,u ,ry "-i" ,o "- ' MUZotZCi
I'aiient from ubrnail cun receive treatnient and leave for home Mine day. Darin" Iroatmeiit anv kl
... "".".m.'.-'i i.N jiuia un i.woivu., kli iLJff. u vea the mol r ha
?n7t o HZl """."b"' ',r"lV7i""i t-'entlemen. eler,, men k.,.I nbm ofhi prirti
I "fornl I Ihoinii Mv' Ulr,",K,""" co"fy aid lh.4 Wfj.t Indie. The Hlirled should read a
tohoe whoVtnd Ui,0S olcum-m-dy bad ea,, beforB and atiercure, and mai
DR. .J . A.SHERMATS1
23 ' I-roii.lwiiy.Cor. Murray Street, X. Y., and 4:i Milk Street, Boston, j
Beware of eeriiiU; coofdenee men and Impotiort who repreeut themt-elvet at I)r Sherman
I) li.'THOM A S
Eclectric oil Eclectril
" faMMfM i
Wortji its Weight ix Gold.
CLKEaS NEUItALdIA AND TOOTHACHE.
CUKES NEURALGIA AND TOOTHACHE.
CURES ASTHM A
CUKlilS A.N'V KIND OF LAMENESS
CUKES A "X V Iv I Nl ) n ? I . A A i -KTX7 -vr.cJi
Sold by all Dniists
Co to PAUL C. SCIIUH, Druggist,
Dyes, ror Driglitness anil iluralnlity
pirei.os. pru-e Ij cents.
Cure Your Hackaciie.
Acdall di-eanet of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Vrinury Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It it a MARVEL ofHEALINi and HhLIKF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CVlt KB where all cite fall. A REVELA
TION and HKVOH TION In .Medicine. Abrup
tion or direct application, at opnoted 'o un
atifactory internal medicine. Send for our
treatiru on Kidney trouble, ent free. Sold by
dru-i;lt. or tent by mail, on receipt of price, $.
Tbl 1 tho p.iTFN Jt-H4l FY
Original and v'.n-'UV'f ,.'A ...
nine Kidney I'ad 1 Mlldlson StrCt'f,
Ask for it and CHICAGO, ILL.
lake; no other.
Manager for the Northwest.
T.XCKSSIVE ANXIETY, or I'KOI.ONdED
Vj hTl'DY, will proilucu InHrifiliy In :he Nerv
mix System, In proportion u tho ttretiglh of tho
vtlrin U etpendeil upon the mind iu troubled
tlioouht, so are the organ af dl;'ellon, nlniiHa
tlon and niitiltlon rendered inu tne and liitvlh
in nroiortlou a tlieylcm becune liuiim. liv ry
Individual tin some one nr'.-un that I weaker I hull
tho rert, and Hit I niway tbu ilrr-t to tn)er durnii
lienou prottrallou: for exuuiple, utltirtlnu iiciv
foinotiine eiuiet totul nptti"ioii of i lie muscu
lar action of tho heart, when the patient Is debll
ItNted, producing tuddeii bemorrhiigu und Couth.
No doubt any longer reiunltia of thu ptactlhiiiiy ol
rvatorlns the nervou ytem, art! l irough tho
nerve the mittclr of the Impaired organ. FEL
LOWS' CO.MI'OfNI) KYrttT of IIYI'OPmiH
riHTKShii been proved to poMecs aueb power
lunumeroulntnnve. It will lniiniiltrenj,'th to
overcome affliction. Persons who urn urcuioaiel
to look upon t'i.e dark tide, and who ve no pleat
ure In living, on lining Oil Hyrup miiti learn to
vulilu nnd enjoy Hie, and thoto who rludy deeply
dorliiR long hoiiri will Unci In tho Syrup a pro
motor of thu power nf endurance In the bruin.
There I no ansurdlty in tho fact that nn Impair
ed Norton NvMcm cuues Counitntitlon, Nuurut
irla, IlronnhltU, l).vnepin, Atthniu, EidUptlc Kit
Whoeplng Ciiiigh, Heart Dieae, Hint a bot of
other: then why i It abtnrd that Fellow' llynn
phoBplilte. which effepltiallt euros Nervous I Mill-
lty, liould cure there dieatet alo. "ilehiovo the
caiie and the coinnlalnt ceaui.
Tlonk out for the uamo and ftddn1. J. I.
FKLLOWH.St. .lohn.N. il., nn the wrapper In
water mark, which. Is teen by holding tho pnper bo
SOLD BY ALL DRUUGIbTS.
i a 5
ypl COMPOUND SYRUt M
, It,, f
T U l E
1'KJCE ro ceyts nml $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New JfatioJ
t color are un, ("nulled.. Color from 2 to
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's waj
i 11 LUNG DISEASES,
A JlTIIROAT DISEASES,
It DKIVKH INTO the lyttem curative agen
and heallntr medirinea.
It DitA WS FltOM the dlceatcd parti the polaof
mm. raun oeai n .
THOUSANDS TKST1FYTO ITS VIKTCKa
You can be Relieved and Cure
Don't dftpair until you have tried this tonaibl
r.asuy ppnea and KA111CALLY ii
V EOTUAL Kemedy
Siold by dniffcist, or eut hy mail on receipt
price. $-.'.oo, by r
hook Three. M4 Madison Street,
Million a Year" ('IIICA0. IT.T,.
Manager for the Northwest.
ftiia ati n'iri
A EVER-FAiLIHe REMED
Fnr Phlllo incl reuoi Rllinno nnA In"
VI UIIIIIJ U'lU IvVbll UIIIUUO UIIU III
termittent Fevers, Dumb Ague,
and all Malarial Diseases.
Stop tttklnc rolsonouii Drut; 1
Stop tuklnp deuf-prodtielni; Uulninat
Stop taking bone-destroj laj Mercury
Stop taklnp; iIan((erou9 rolsonat
fitundurd Core conUina no Quinine I
Standard Cure eontulns no Mercury!
Standard Cure contain no 1'oisonst
Standard Cure la ploaaant to take I
PRICK BO CENTS PER BOX.
Standard Cure Co.114 Nassau stty.V
And by Druggist.
Benj. F. Obakton, Story B. La:
- 'Uai.beiit L. Paine.
Late Couimltsloner of Patenlt,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attorncrt-at lavt and Solicitors of Amertcsia
Foreign Patonis. .
41 J KIFTII STREET, WASHISUTON.D. I
Practice patent law in all Its Branch tn i
Palent Otfici), and In ins Snrrems and CUT
Court of the United State. Pamphlet, seat t
ou reieija oi tiouiy lur yotiajs.
laa HI II mil in at
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