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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1880.
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c Priutinsr Oflice Secrets!.
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etho following reply to an inquiry as to the
uthor of an article in that paper :
Maji "A properly conducted printing office is
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i. orinters are not under oatli of secrocy, but
PJ : almnva fi.l tlipmwlvcs us trulv in honor
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" thtnplc-oathed. Any employee in a printing
( 0Ild. office who willingly disregarded this rule
ja in relation to printing office secrets would
iV : not only bo scorned by his brethren of the
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rv. WomoVc this atatimint liprnnsn it somi'timca
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B ; happens that a communication nppears
" tie newspaper under an assumed signature
?ed which excites comment, and various parties
Wee t find out who is the author. Let all
be saved the trouble of questioning the
employees of the printing office. They are
'aJ 'know-nothings' on such points as these,
i' On such matters they have eyes and ears,
0ii but no mouth ; and if any fail to observe
, g f this rule, let them be put down as dis
' honorable members of thq craft. It is the
jMisamo in job printing. If anything is to bo
',$th printed and kept secret, let proper notice
J pin' be given of tho desire for secrecy, and you
fcVoe might as well question tho Sphinx as one
Jtttabof the printers."
ter 'Itching rilesSymptoms and Cure,
lent The symptoms are moisture, like pcrs-
bled piration , intenso itching, increased by
y.sh' scratching, vury distressing, particularly at
it hi night, as if pin worms were crawling in anil
a 0 about the rectum; the private parts are
hd I sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
, very -serious results may lollow. Ur
U Bwavne's AU-IIealing Ointment is a picas-
i wnantsurocurc. Also, for Tetter, Itch, Suit
tMir Ilheum, Scald Head, Krysipulas, Umber's
Hcljiicii, uioiciies, an scaiy crusty uiuaoeous
ii0piEruptions. Price 50 cents, 3 boxes for $1.23.
bimiBcnt by mail to any address on receipt of
otniPrico in currency or tnree cent postage
Tci0Btamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
aBfp8on, 330 Jorth bixth street, Philadclnliiii
J n d.ij 1 ii a i .
JIU " jirominuni urupgists in
T Cairo and elsewhere.
a Bwavne's Pills arc the best for all bil
i ious disorders. They ward off Chills and
) wd j ever. (1)
4, , Cot'GHS. "Brown IJroncliial Troches
; are used witli advantago to alleviate cough,
viore tnroat, Hoarseness ana uronciuui anec-
f tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing fuvor
tiThcy are not new and untried, but, having
"W 1.. !
fUctu il'biuu nv w juu nun tDiiBiimi use mr
0;cncsrly an entire generation, they have at-
I.tained well-merited rank among tho few
t -ataple remedies of tho age.
"ect, The Thuoat. "Brown's Bronchial Tru
Irtiechea" act directly on tho organs of tho
I oicc. They have an extraordinary effect
I In all disorders of the throat and lainyx, re
storing a healthy tone when ntaxei), cither
urron cold orovcr-cxertion of tho voice, and
ouiaProduce a clear and distinct enunciation.
,'th Speakers and singers find the Troches uso
00;t A Couoh, Comi, CATAiiun of sore throat
1 requires immediate attention, as neglect of-
tcntimcs results in some incurable lung dis-
J eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" olmont
I ' invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ti for sale, many of which nro injurious
v TThe ccnuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are Bold only in boxes.
A WONDERFUL I)Is?COVF.R7.
, For the speedy cure of consumption mii
vi-jdl diseases that lead to It, such a stubborn
u toughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, liay
ur.jJrv hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
.-TnoaracncHs, sore throat, and all chronic or
t... lingering' diseases of tho throat and lungs,
i br. King's New Discovery has no equal
: and has established for itself a world-wide
L!putation. Many leading physicians
'flconnncnd and uso it in their uracticc.
rjTne formula from which it is prepared is
I liighly reconimeuiled by all medical jour
-nali. Thn clerirv and the Dress lmvo com
'Hmentod it in the unwt glowinv terms
3o to your druggist and get a trial bottle
f ' Jree of rost, or a reuular size for t.
alo by Geo.
tlri KUuo'a Great Nerve Itestnrrr la tlio
V ! oanrel of the ago for all Neivc Diseases,
Ulfits stopped free. Heud to tK)l Arch
Jreut, I'lilltiilelphiu, reiin.
I H. riiPnAiiuioJ, Hac and Fm Agency
nduo Territory, saysi Tho "Only Lung
,'ad" has restored me to health, and I shall
!wgla! to recommend it to any oite.Sce
New York Star.
The Governor's Island Musonm.
Tho first object that attracts the visit
or upon entering is tho Centennial tro
pliv, which was won by tho American
teu'm in 1876, 1877, and 1878. Tho
names of tho contesliuiU nro written
upon a card at its base, together with
their scored, tho first bein:r 3,126, tho
next 3,321, nnd thu last, which was iv
"walk-over," 3,230. To the left there
is Misponded an old, nnd tattered Hag
blue Held, with a white square upon
the corners of which are clover leaves.
In the centre (if the square is' a red fig
"This Hag wits the headquarter (lag
of Gen. Hancock," said Mr. MacC'or
mack, tho attendant, "nnd with its
present staff, was carried nf tho head
of the Second army corps. Army of tho
Potomac, during tho Wilderness, May,
5, 6, and 7; tho'batlle of the To,1 May
10, and Spoltsylvania, also. In it
present tattered condition it was borno
in battle for the last time during tho
assault on the enemy's works at Spolt
sylvania, May 12. A few days after
ward a new flag was procured, and
this ono was then presented by Gen.
Hancock to Gen. Mitchell, who was
with him in all those battles."
Uppon the opposite wall is another
flag with blue field, white clover leaf in
the centre, in which is a red figurehead.
"This," said Mr. MaeCormaek, "was
the battle-flag of the Second army
corps. It was in use from May 10, 18U I
until Nov. 26, 180-1, and saw service at
Cold Harbor, in front of Petersburg, at
Reams' Station, nnd at Hatcher's run.
It was presented by Gen. Hancock to
Col. Isaac H. Parker, ono of his aids."
Near this flag is a guidon of battery
D, of the 1st artillery. It is made of a
strip of red nnd white silk joined, upon
which are tho letters "U. S." with a 1)
underneath. It was carried in the prin
cipal actions of tho Army of the Poto
mac in 163 ami 18G-1, nnd is the prop
erty of Capt. Thomas Ward, comman
der of 1) battery, quartered at the post.
Directly opposite is the standard oi
the 163d Pennsylvania volunteers. Its
field is blue, bearing the arms of Penn
sylvania. This flag was taken by (Jen.
Y isc s brigade nt New Market, in INK!,
but was recovered by Col. Loom is L.
Langdon at the fall of Richmond in
I860, when it was found in the capital.
As the writer stood ami looked at
these silent witnesses of sono of the
fiercest battles ever fought, they
brought back vividly the scenes in
which they played such a conspicuous
:iart. I he headquarters Hag was al
ways a welcome sight to soldiers, for it
gave assurance that the commander
was present; and when the Second
corps Hag was in tho field there was a
feeling of safety among the troops, for
they had faith in Hancock's ability to
As the writer looked at the stand up
on which his hand rested he observed a
quaint old table, with carved, crooked
legs. The top was square, except, that
tho sides were cut in for several inches,
forming a neat curve, so as to permit
four men silting around it to do so with
jrreat comfort. It was covered with red
loth. Kach corner, however, was
bare, to rest cards upon, for it was evi
dently a card-taljle. In front 01 each
player there was an oval-shaped hollow
or bowl, for holding coins. This table
had evidently been used for poker-playing,
and tho attendant was onkcd whose
table it was.
"It was the property of Gen. Wash
ington, ho said, "and was presented
by him to Judge I'errian, of Rocky
liill, N. J., where the general often
used it, we are informed, while on vis
its during 1780 to 1783."
Unon this table nnncarcd the name
of Washington, each letter representing
a neat scene from the life of the lir.-t
president. TpOn the "W" appeared
the home of Washington at Mount Ver-
nol; a likeness of Lafavetto, 111 a stand
ing attitue, was on the letter "A;'.' "S'1
represented Washington's headquarters
at Newburg: "11 tho meeting of
Washington and Lafavotle; "I," Wash
ington at Trenton; "N," his headquar
ters at Trenton; "G," the capitol at
V nshington; "1, tho Washington
monument, completed as it was at oue
time expected it would be; "O," a bat
tle scene, an "N," the tomb at Mount
Vernon. All was executed with a pen
by Lieut, T. Edward Blake, who wus
killed during the Mexican war.
in a glass case is a copy of t'.ie orig
inal order posted on trees, fences, and
other places in Georgia, at the close of
the war, which read as follows:
tiKAiMt'iici 1. t.s, M Acs, ;a ., May 9, 11.1.
In mi 1 Ml Mici' il .11 nr. lei' In mii I in elarv
of War, a rc-viir't ( t.'foHi) n hereby oltcreil
lor llitt urii'.i m
V.X I' It A 'ill.t.Y SMITH,
It v ro'iui-ainl "I A ;iJ. liun. WilH-m,
K. It. llt'ACM'isT, M.,j.Mi'i A. A. general.
There is nNo air elaborate punch
bowl in the museum which was pre
sented to the ollieer.s of the 2d cavalry
by the citizens of St. Louis. It was
captured and taken south. When tho
war ended it was recovered, and when
Gen. l'itz-Hugh Lee recently vi.-ited tho
island ho recognized it at once, and
smilingly said: "Yes, 1 have drank of
Beside these curiosities are many rel
ies from Jerusalem and from the battle
fields of Waterloo, Mexico, and the
lwo land grants, one bearing thu
signature of Edwin Randolph, 177,
una the other that 01 1'. Henry, I7li,
are contained in a glass case among
other things. On the top of tho case is
tt miniature li'ist of Gen. Grant.
Among the portraits and pictures which
adorn thu walls Is hi oil painting of
Gen. Hancock, cux'tiled just after the
battle of Gettysburg. Ho appears in
full Major Gcnyrd'n uniform, and tho
portrait reprcen s him with a rnusfacho
and chin whisher.-:, which were not un
becoming to him. 't here is also n por
trait of Gen. W. J. Worth, one of (Jen.
Atkinson, aimiher f Gen. Jacob Brown,
who eomnii'inliMl at. lT,Ut ,burg in 1812,
nnd nu uui'mtsliid plctui'i! of Gen.
Scott. Two original painting, one
represent in; the bMlle of CheruliiM:o
nnd the other I he light ol, Molino del
Key, Mexico, both by one A. Tracy, are
hung iipnn tin) wei.t'ciid of thu room.
Leavuijfthe miiHi'iim and walking a
short diMaiico to tho south end of tho
office of tho ordinance department, tho
visitor is shown Gen. Sheridan's famous
war-horse, Winchester. .Sheridan him
self subscribes to this following:
"Winchester was of Black Hawk
blood, and was fouled at or ncur Gimih
Uapids, Mieh., late in tho full of l. :),
according to l!m bct of jny Infirnia
tiou. Ho wah brought into Iho set vice
by an officer of tho 2d Michigan cav
alry, to which regiment I was appoint
ed colonel on the 2oth day of May, 1862.
Shortly afterward, and while the 'regi
ment was stationed at the little town of
Rienzl, in tho stale of Mississippi, ho
was presented to 1110 by Crtpt. Campbell,
in the name of the officers of tho regi
ment, and from that date until tho closo
of tho war, ho was ridden by mo in
nearly every engagement in which I
took part. At the time he was given to
me lie was rising 3 venrs old, so that
lie must have been in his twentieth year
when lie died, on Oct. 2, 1878. He was
an animal of great intelligence, and of
immense strength and endurance. Ho
always held his head high, and by tho
quickness of his movements gave many
persons tho idea that he was exceed
ingly impetuous. This was not so, for
I could at nny time control him by a
firm hand and a few words, and ho was
as cool and quiet under lire as ono of
my old soldiers. I doubt if his supe
rior as a horso for field service was
ever ridden by any ono."
The horse is fifteen and a half-hands
high. Tho coat is quite dark, but now
somewhat faded, with white fetlocks.
Ho was wounded twice, once on tho
left side of the neck by a bullet, and
again by a fragment of shell near tho
left Hank, which he received at Mission
Ridge. The bullet wound was received
at Opeqiian creek. Gen. Sheridan was
at the island recently, and took n look
at his old charger. Ono could see that
there was much affection there. He
patted the animal 011 the neck as he
frequently did when the horse, was alive
and looked up at his hlank'and express
ionless eyes and said: "Poor old fellow.
J could always ih pcud upon you in a
Tie Story of an Umbrella.
The Nachriehten of Basle tells a story
which may give the bold purchaser ft
hint of a new method of protecting him
self against fraudulent shopkeepers. A
young gentleman bought a silk um
brella from an umbrella-dealer indefi
nitely characterized aa C . The
next'day was rainy; the umbrella was
put into use, but tho silk tore in six
places during the first hour of its con
tact with the rain. The purchaser
went straight to the shop, exhibited the
ruined article, and demanded a sound
one in its stead. C 's silk umbrel
las, however, were made to sell, not to
endure use; the dealer smiled politely,
and observed that purchasers ought to
be careful when they made their selec
tion. The young man took home his
umbrella, painted around it the follow
ing inscription in big letters: "This is
how an umbrella looks to-day which
was at C 's shop yesterday," and
hired a commissionaire to walk to and
fro before C 's shop with the opened
umbrella for a whole day.
This unusual form of advertisement
naturally irritated Herr C , and
could not have been without a deterr
ing influence upon possible customers.
C sent for the police, and asked
them to arrest tho bearer of the um
brella, but they declared that they
could sec no legal crime in the com
missionaire's proceeding, and declined
to take him off to jail. Early tho next
morning, the imperturbable umbrella
carrier appeared again, and he kept
sentinel in this manner in front of
C 's shop for nearly a week. At the
end of this period, the shopkeeper saw
that he must give way, and calling the
man, asked him to go to his employer
and say that everything should be set
tled according to his wishes. When
the bold inventor of the stratagem en
tered the shop, the dealer offered hinia
sound silk umbrella in exchange for
the sickly one. The purchaser agreed
to accept it, but added the further de
mand that the dealer should pay the
commissionaire a week's wages, to
which suggestion ho was also compelled
to assent. London Globe.
The American Girl Abroad.
Here is a pen-and-ink sketch of an
American girl, which is interesting as
showing how a Yankee girl seems to
French eyes, "Stylish to the backbone.
Independent as independent can be,
but very pure. Is devoted to pleasure,
dress, spending money; shows her mor
al nature nude, just as it is, so as to de
ceive nobody. Flirts all winter with
this or that one and dismisses him in
the spring, when she instantly catches
another, (iocs out alone. Travels
alone When the fancy strikes her she
travels with a gentleman friend or
walks anywhere with him; puts bound
kss confidence in him; conjugal inti
macy seems to exist between them. She
lets him tell what he feels, talk of love
from morning till night, but she never
gives him permission to kiss so much
as her hand. He may say anything;
he shall do nothing. She is restless;
she gives heart and soul to amusement
before she marries. After marriage
she is a mother annually, is alone all
day, hears all night nothing except dis
cussions about patent machinery, uu
cxplosive petroleum, chemical manures.
She then will let her daughters enjoy
the liberty she used without grave
abuse. As nothing serious happened
to her, why should Fanny, Mary, Jenny
be less strong and less adroit thah
their mother? She originates French
fashions. Parisian women detest her.
Provincial women despise her. Men
of all countries adore her, but will not
marry her unless she has an immense
fortune. Her hair is vermilion, paler
than golden hair; her black eyes are
bold and frank; she has a patent shapo
which 'tis forbidden to counterfeit,
spreads herself in a carriage as if sho
were in a hammock, the natural and
thoughtless posture of her passion for
luxurious ease. When she walks she
moves briskly nnd throws every glanco
right and left. (Jives many of her
thoughts to herself and few of them to
anybody else. tSho is a wild plant put
iu a hoi-house. ,
It is related that while Wagner was
nt Naples he wusshuvid by n barber
who bargained iu advance, with certain
admirers of the composer lo sell them
locks of ids iron-gray hair. To his con
sternation, however, the composer's
wife carefully gathered up exry hnir
which fell from tho sheurs. ITie iurnir
went homo in despair, but his wife, was
equal to the occusl-m. "The rua -tro is
a groat composer, no doubt,1' said she,
"but Ids hair and that of our neighbor,
tho butcher, are miic-h aliki'." Tim
barber took the hint, and llir.si' who
Lad contracted with him received locks
which they religiously phiecJ under
jjIiukI for ct'oriiul preservation,
45 Years lieore the Fubllc
Dr. C. MoLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy " for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, ami in nil bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they arc unequalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The Rcnuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, Mi LANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fi.kming Uros.
8 Insist upon having the genuine Pit,
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa,,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
Hoots ami shoes
JJOOT.S AND SHOES.
Al! hart, Siylcn uud Size" a!
c. ;k o c :hs,
Macufiicturir and dealer
In the fiticM Ihind-Snvcil and Tiyt-cd Itoot? nl
boe of ull the Ulei-t atylic frt,m tt.u limi
St. Lons andIioston
Manufacturer, lln tl.e lnrp'i-t find hot e!ecll
etock to be found iu tbe city f, r
Jleu's, Boys', Ladies' und Children's
wear, at the lowest poalble price. Alway en hand
a complete clock of hatber at.d tludiui;.
It libber, etc., etc.
Vo. ("0 Commercial Ave. I , . '.i !. Ill
Bet. Flftu aud Sixth St, f t-dllU. ill,
Manulacturi'r and dealer in Cnntom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes for Boys'and
Men's wear to he
found in the cily.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. I!. All work warranted, arid lli pairirg neatly
uoue on snott uouce.
Eighth St., toruffi
Cairo - - Illinois.
YOCUM it P.UODEUICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIHO - - ILLS
, VAKIKTV STORE.
N W Y0KK STORE,
"WIIOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIEIl & CO.,
Or. Nineteenth street) P'lirft Til
. Commercial Avenue J Vv(U II, llli
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Iltehent Ca-Hh Price Paid for Wheat.
8TUVB3 AND TINWAKK.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AND STYLES,
Manufacturer of and Dealt t iu
TIN', COrrKIt & SHEET-IKON WAR!
AU, KINDS OK J0 WOIIK D0NJ". TO OIIDKH
NO. 27 EIGHTH HTUEET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
Without niudlnlneii. ALLAN'S HOI.UUL K MRD-
JUATKJ HUVUIKA. 1'utentod Octuberltl, 187(1.
No. 1 will euro any cane In four Any or lea.
No. 'J will euro thu mnat olitliinlucaj. 110 mat
t r of liow limit eUndn
N ijuiiNi'OiiH (l,,cu of eiihiba copaiba or oil of
anilk'vnoi, that art) cortulu to produi-e d.vpopHla
by (lo-trnyliiff tho roallnt; of the Htomiich. No
yrtiiRe or atrlnirnt injection to prodi co other
i'rli$I.M NOLO BY ALL DHfGUlSTS, or
mailed on receipt of prlro.
Kor f.irllier particular aend f ir clrcolur.
1'. O. Ilox 1XS8 J, (J. ALLAN Id., 83 John
Street. New York.
We uffur $.71 ruwiird for uuy cune th. y w ill not
tuick, aufo and aure cure.
that iicndH no
k will receive
0111 1' th 1 11 u 1'rei' l,v Mall.
tl ftt may prove the ale ppln t,ine to a llf i'of uc-en-.
It ih 1'cpccinllv nda'.'led to thiwn w' o lmo
reu In if thu foot ol the lit, I. AddrcaaM. YOl'.Nli,
17S Oreuiiw kit Strei t, Ni-w York.
'PIIK I'A.MII.V HANI) 1IOOKI
I OH, lti:i KIIT1 AMI PAl IS J'i'll Til K million ;
lnilipi ni.hle to Parmer, Mechanic, Merchant,
I'mP "Hluniil. Mudcni. or the Mck, Dchlllmied,
IMmiMi'iI. lloui-keepi-r. liici.t pane, specimen
Copy Kn e. Addre J. 11. MOSKLK V, 111 south
htru t. llrookiyw, N. Y.
I he c.'truon'.inarv clVi t of till Huclm. a pre
pared l.y Ilr. IIuiiIik k, upon the Kidney and I rl
nury Oritana I without a iiciulh I In thu IilMory !of
ii,,', Hi in.-, and it rcmiltH fur'ieyouil any of the
Knil.iv rctnedii a of the IV. Ii Hl'lmiilntc llleea-
lion ad'i tone to Hie M-Hti'iii, liivitrornte the lie
hliloiti d. uihI i Infallible for the cureofjllu
1 1 tc in i 1 1- word fin in.
One trial of a teratiooiiful In a wlne-elae of
wiit. rwi I convince the inoi-t M'cptlrul within (rum
ten to twenty inlnuti ,,.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all ill-csi-o aftVclluK thene orhii. whether
they Hecrcte too much or too llillo water, or
whether the? he afflicted with Hone or gravel, or
with ache and pain ettlcdio the loiu oyer tbe
region oi tne Kiuney.
Will tlvc almo.t Immediate relief, when all other
mean have f .l.'ed. Thn mod powcrlnl csMlei
uiedicln - for the cure of female complaint. KMy
year experleiieeinconteaUblv Prov. thl remedy
unmancii ii.rtno uiconi, r incidental to 'he lemale
h i. No family fhould oe without It. and it tnav be
lki n Ii v voihik oruld. a It will n-hl.ni liialtu when
every other mi am prove UPHiicceehful.
I o the htoinnrh we trace iypepia, headache and
L'etierai dcMlitv to the liver, hili. Inuudice. and
yellow fever; to the bowel, diarrhoea, dieciilary,
roiiHtipatioii. pile, and batula; to the lupj, con-
numptlon. etc.; to the blood, croni!a, scurvv,
ami a l euiapeoua eruption. Hv keeuiDL' tbcue
or'.tnand vita' liuld pure aud healthy we may
paP'iy Hi ty tin-attack of dt.caae. aud no meilkice
)t prepared for thl purfoe cau equal the ac
HEAlt WHAT IS SAID.
")t baa male me a new man."
"Ilr. llaydork'a Uuchu ban increase d mv wei"bt
'.vy wiie wotim nit ne witnout it for any
'Our little bovl much better. I cLcloe one
dollar for another bottle."
"I lh.d it a eay lo take a milk
"We have fold thirteen bottle thl we-k. and
hall want three doxen r.i'St order."
"My inorninK tony f pon tlauk to your
ant of apace compels me to conclude.
Anv invalid or ntl'erer afllLlua with any Kidney
(!!onli r w ho will write me a lo their complaint,
will In- tretited humanely and kindly. It I my
rim" euimt deire to ' inveMicatu all Inrm of
iJialicte. and lo L'ive repel at all time. Itvouare
too pour to iiiirchiike. write me anr war. audvour
caee wiilhae immediate attentiou.
Ohaerve thit thn tlenature of ,lo. Ilnvdock 1
aero the mouth ol each bottle.
t'rlce One doliar for larue. and f.ftv ccnla for
HAYDOCK & Co.,
7 Dey Street, New York.
To Ncnous SutTerers-lli Ureat V'.uropemi Keui-
cilv-I r. .1. Ii. Sliiipsiiii'aSpecillr Jleilleine.
Ilr. J II. HmpMin' Specific Medicine Ik a noi.
Ilv- cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotcncy, Wcaknepi
and all dieae reniltine Irum Self Abue. a Ner
vou llebllitv, Irritability. Mental Anxletv, Languor,
j.Hnuoe. iieprcMon oi 'irn linn iiinctionai ne
rnnitenienta olthe Nervuti Svtein ireuerallv I'aln
in Hack or Side. I.onf Memory. Premature Old
Al'c anil riacaaea
that lead to t on
u in pi Ion luaii.
ty hiiu au early
prave, nr both'.
No mutter how
ahr.tteri d t h e
ijunn may he
mini eiccPe of
any kind, a rhoit
course of thia diohiciuk will rei,,re 11, e lnl lunc
tlun anil procure lieaUli and happine, where lie
fore wu despondency and ploorn. The Sper.lllc
Medicine I ben.n uaed with wonderful anc
cer. Pamphlet ent free lo all. Write for them and
Ret full partlcnlur.
1'riee, spi-cltlc. Sl.tflper packiipe. or lx pack
aye for Jii.tio. Will be (.cut by mall on receipt ol
tnonoy Addre nil order.
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No. VA and PKi Main St., Hutl'iilo, N. Y.
( HAY'S .srW'IFIC MKMCINK.
TRADE MRK.The(ireatEnRlihlUADE MARK
Kemedy, an un
failing euro for
Sperm a torruoca,
Itnpotency. and all
dleaea that fol
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quenco of elf
D t rp I.1 auune; un iua oi,
colore Xttiuugmemory, tinlveiaal
luKKlludo, palr7u the buck. dlm-ifVg- ToVini
neaa or vtelon, premature inn ac, -
and many other dleae that lead to lnanltyor
conaump'tlon and a premature pravc.
Full particular in our tmrnphlet, which wo do
lr to end tree hv m nil to every one. The ape-
title medicine I old by all dnn;t;lt nt fl mt
pHekugn, ix for t", or will ho cent Iree by mail on
receipt of the nioiiRy by addrelne TIIE (iltAY
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hundred have been already. We ball be pleacd
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AIo cure all form of llioune, prevent Conntl
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