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CONSUMl T ION j C 0 UGI1S,
COLI'S, ASTHMA, CYM'W
All diH'-itfid of tin' TLroat, Lunr. and 1'tilrr.oi.iiry
I'SE AC CORDING TO DIKIXTIONS.
Allen's Luiij; Balsam.
UAtJTCn fc'lA'iESTar..iralall T.a,
If All I CU '"' '" i c... -,i.r
IV4. U. 11,1 lUt. I'Nlll'l 1 (., bi (Mil. ai. Utll, Mi,:
Oiilllt cT.l frtf tu lh(ir who Id hi
l Ell."' Ilitto inK pit urni.t Htiil profi'abie
Wm- kuowu. i.crylliiM new.
flt'iiMll n.n n-'Hiir-'d. We will furnish
i'. rytljli.e $:n iiij ami upvtsriln in yet
vhtWy n:(l; without Hayiti "iukv from
home out ulnM, No rink whatever. lutiy new
worlii rii wanted t ouce. Many r maKinit fort
noeit al the bUHitieni. I.adii'n inoke an much Kt
meu, and o:iiii hurt and pir maae ureal pay. No
one who la wiiliuK "to wurk fai to make more
inntey every day than can he made in a week at arjj
omr employment. Ihoce who niraf at otire
will find a hort riad to Piriune. Adurefa II,
HA1.LKTT4 CO.. I'ortland Maine
MRS. LYDIA E. PiHKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Thii frrmtl'n, ha Hi tuuie l(riu(l, eoiuiita of
VryrUble I'rorrtu thut ar hamili m tu Die moat dtp
Irat InrallJ. I'pon one trial the merit of this Com
(wand will tie reeviu'd, urelief la Immcdlute ; and
. brn Itauaeii eontlnued, In ninety n;n.. ceu In ahun,
dred, apTmani-ntcureljeffii ted.au thouwnda will Uf
tiff. On aectunl of It" proTen invrlU, it Is to-day r
emiuiMDiled and preacriU-.J hy the beat pbyaiciani In
It will eur entlrtly the wort form of falling
of the oterxit, Leucorrho-a, irreifiilar and painful
Mrnatruation.aUOvai-iJLnTroublea, Iiirlammatlon and
CWratlon, rkx!lnitr, all MnpUcemrnla and the eon
eqaent ipinal weaknen, and la eaprclally adapted to
tb Chants of life. It will dlnulre and expel tumor
from the at run In an early atatre of deve)in:ent. Tlx
tendency to raneeroua bumora there la checked very
ppeedily by ita oae.
In fart It haa proved to be the (reat
rtt and beat remedy that ha ever been discover
ed. It permeate every pr,rtlon of the ayatcm, and give
new life and vigor. It remove folntneaa.flatnleney, d
troy all craving for (UmulanU, and relieve weaknera
of the atomach
It cure Dloatlnir, nradaclK, Strvon rmrtratlon,
Ueneral Debility. Slet plcautem, bepreuion and Indl
geation. That feeling of bearing down, rawing pain,
weight and backache, i alway permanently cured by
llauae. It will at all tinic.1, anduudcrall clrcunutan.
of, act In harmony with the law that govern the
For Kidney ComplalJita of either at z tlu compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at VS and 836 Weetern Avenue. I.ynn. Ma.
IYice$1.00. Six bottlca for $5.00. Bent by mall in the
form of pllla, alao In the form of Lotenirta, on Meeljit
of price, 11.00. per boi, for either. Br. ri.V'KllAM
fively anawcr all letter of Inquiry. Send for pain
phleC Addrca a ahovo Jntdoa VU jwper.
No family ahould be without LYDIA E. P1NKIUM'
UVT2R TILLS. They cure Conatljiation, BUiouaiieai,
and Torpidity of the liver. SS ccnta per box.
IlICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholeinlc aeeuia for LYDIA E. l'lNKHAM'S
NniiirtP from nlinplo Trophlcnl Li-af nf Hum
Valtii- nml I n I'OMITIVU Uemitdy for all thu illo-
thitt cuuko t aiaa lu the) lower part of thu
body for torpid Liver lleailHchci Jantidlcr-.
Dlailiitva, Urtivol, Mslartu, and all other tUfllr,nltlo
if ihn KliltmyH. Lln-r and Urinary Orjntia. for
lAimnle IJin'iiiiea, Monthly MofiHtrutatliiiia, it ml tlu
rlnu I'toitDtiir'v, It. hna uu itqttnl. H iftori Iho
ort.Hi Hint inuko tho lilooil. and liei cf i tlm boat
Itlood rnriiyer. it i tint only Known r pieu iimt
cunt Mrijrm k i iaenn, rot JllttOH". nau nr
iiiir'a Kiilr Hi itlirtt'M CtirO.
Knr aitlt) hy DniwItU arid nil tlnalnra nt Sl.'Jfi p'ir
bnlllc. l.arjf'.Kt nottipiiiii iiik rn'irKtti. iry .
JI. II. WAKNEit Ji CO. i Knlicitli'f. N. Y
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1880.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Oua fowler I'uilntuli
Junior IIowu rd New Orleans
V P Hthi'iick... ' Cincinnati
Ike Ilunhum Ohio
Gu Towlcr Taducab
n.mhain . South
Bchi'uck Now Orleans
Tlic Helena ami llownnl ftru rupMly
filling out find will fret uwny tn-ni'lit.
dipt. Jtilin Carroll inut KurcMi Stirinyf,
Ark., seekiny; relief from the rlieiiinitti.sin.
lie U iiieiidiny Blowly.
Ciijit. Jiiiueu O'Neil, sujierintcinlent of
tin; New Orleans Anchor line, will leave for
lioiw; to-d.iy liy rail.
The Gold Dim juit off five liiindred hales
of cotton for the e;iht. She follows the
Helena to Vicknlnir".
The Anchor line (,'ohl hinded cajis are
T'-ry coiiiinon on the treet.s ju-t now, Sol,
Silver has not L'ot one.
The U. 1'. Schenek iassrI down curly
yerU-rday uiuriiin. She wante-d frcisjlit,
lilt boats iihend, h.'id cleared it up here.
She will ootain all cottou sh'i wishen below,
Anchor Line freight from St. Louis Ly
r.til has not yet began to inovo in any
quantity, but will by to-morrow be in a
boom i hit condition. The difficulty appears
to be in obtaining cars. This will be ob
viated in a dav or two however.
The "London Hair Color Restorer'
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from all other hair re
storers, beinff entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles tor the hair obnoxious.
"Where baldness, or falling of the liair
exist, or prematurely grayness, from
sickness or other causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
Ecalp from all impurities, dandruff, etc..
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
lumed. rendering the hair soft
and piynble. making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your dru.'gi-t for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle. (1)
Always avoid haNi purgative (tills.
They first make you sick and then leave
you constipated. Carter's Little Liver Pills
regulate the bowels and make vou well.
Cocked up noses are pert ami some say not
Some have none, like a bear when a cub,
A tine stately cose, may some time bide a
And an angel may beam in a snub,
Rut noses of all kinds no matti r their shape,
Are attacked siiie time with disorder,
Catarrh caused by cold, will cause your
head to aeh",
But Klectric Oil. will soon put you in or
der. For sale at Paul i. Sehuli.
To all who are siilTi ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
eariy decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
S"iid 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. Iunjau, Station I), New York City.
He that is surety for a stranger, shall
smart for it. But ho that trusteth in Spring
Blossom for curing Liver, Kidney and com
plaints of it like tendency, shall never be
disappointed, Price: 50cts., trial bottle
Too Sweet for Anything:.
Music bath 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 agony endured,
Vou try a bottle Kclectric Oil. and find that
you arc cured. For sale at Puul G.
Women that have been given up by thei
dearest friends as beyond help, have been
permantly cured by the use of Lydia E,
PlNKIIAM's VaoETAIILK CttMI-OLNII. It IS
positive cure for all female complaints.
Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 23!1
Western avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pam
phlets. Ciikist. Gkhiieu, Wholesale Hardware,
Toledo, Ohio, says: The Excelsior Kidney
Pa l has iiciomplished more for my wife in
three weeks than all the medicine she has
taken in three years, Refer all skeptics to
me. See Adv.
The remedy that will cur so many dis
eases peculiar to woman is Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure. Mother's Maga
zine. The Voltaic Belt Co., Mausiiall,
Mich. Will send their celebrat.id Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afllicted upon :!0 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Writo to them with
Ik lito is a flower as philosophers say,
T'is a very good hint, understood iho right
For if life la a (lower, and blockhead can
If you'd have it look frenh you must moist
en it well,
But if moistened to much, and you get a
A bottle of Spi ing Blossom is the best thing
Priced: COc, trial bottlo lOo.
Jacoii Lojckman, 274 Clinton street, Buf
falo, N. Y., Hays he has been tisins Jlr.
Tlio.nnM'Eclectrio Oil for Rheumatism, ho
had such a laniu back he could not do any
thing, but one bottlo has to use his own ex
pression 'cured him up," ho thinks ittho
bent thing In the market. Forsale Ht Paul
HEatS OF INTEREST. j
When a young man fusked an old
Joker the other day what was tho safest
liiHinefis, bo advised him to be a minor.
Within tho hist ten years tho Metho
dists of Cleveland, Ohio, Lave built over
twenty church edilicos, at a cost of over
Liint year the South raised 000,000,000
pounds of tobacco, which exceeds tho
production of any other year by 1-',-000,000
The acid poison of tho cobra Is so
active that one-fifth of a grain injected
into a man's veins woultl be sullicieut
to cause his death. '
Sig. Florelii, in charge of tho exca
vations at Pompeii, estimates that it
w ill require seventy years anil one mill
ion dollars to complete the work.
The most beautiful pearl in tho world
is in Moscow, weighing twenty-eight
carats. In the French crown jewels is
a pearl as large as a pigeon's eggs, val
ued at 8,000.
The first railway linn built in this
country was between Baltimore and
Washington in the spring of 1KII. It
was lirst opened to the public for busi
ness April 1, lSlo.
Thero are at present in this country
2,0.rjy National, 'j-'.i State, (i.'JO savings,
and 2,578 private banks. Of these, 2ti3
have been organized in tho last twelve
An ant, three-eights of an inch long,
carrying a burden of one-sixth of a
grain, moves at tho rate of one milo in
eleven hours. The weight (a small ono
compared to that they can carry) is
eighteen times thir own.
Less than fifty years ago one man
could not make more than 14 pins a
minute; now he can make more than
14 W. Then ono girl could stick on pa
pers about 10,000 pins a day; now a fair
day's work is from rjoO.OOO to 1 ,000,000.
.Serpents, scorpions, and large pinch-ing-auts,
are regarded in Egypt as
transformed villains. It is believed
that these reptiles and vilo insects aro
wickedly disposed, and feel a pleasure
in committing mischief.
Tho number of bibles and testaments
issued each year by the British and For
eign IJiblo society is nearly 3,000,000;
by tho American society, 1,400,000.
Within seventy-five years 150,000,000
copies have ben put into circulation.
Sir Henry Bessemer has taken out no
less than 114 patents. The freedom of
the city of London has just been con
ferred upon him. Before his steel pro
cess was introduced into Sheffield tho
entire make of steel was 51,000 tons a
year; now it is 830,000 tons.
California was called the land of gold,
It is now called the land of grain.
Last year it produced $20,000,000 worth
of the former and $90,000,000 worth of
tho latter. Agriculture is the back
bone and source of real wealth to a na
tion after all.
Mr. A. Branson Alcott has no faith
in the opinions of the ancient disciplin
arians of New England. "I hold." said
he the other day. "that the man who
cannot govern children, or men either,
by moral means by tho power of his
eye, the charm of his manners, the re
fnuree.s of his intelligence is not wor
thy to control his fellow-creatures.
Beware of all imported candies, they
are universally adulterated. A cheap
article of glucose is now made by a
chemical process from old linen rags
and other substances, which cannot be
detected by ordinary taste or means,
aud furnishes a profitable adulterant
for jellies, candies and confectionery
generally. Pure candy is about a.s rnro
an article as can be found in the mar
ket. As a curious fact, it has been noted
by Sir Samuel Baker that a negro has
never been known to tame a wild ele
phant or nny wild animal. The ele
phants employed by the ancient Cartha
ginians and Romans were trained by
Arabs and others, never by negroes.
It had often struck Sir Samuel as very
distressing that the little children in
Africa never had a pet animal; ami
though he offered rewards for young
elephants, ho never succeeded in get
ting one alive.
' The gross earnings of tho Suez ship
canal for the present year will be
OUG.boO, while the di-luirsements, in
clud'mg .'o per share, have been only
f.'i.T.s;."). CO."). leaving for distribution
among the shareholders $2,280,'JH,') ns
the profits of the year.
In Great. Britain, n appears from a
Treasury return published a short time
ago, the receipts of the Patent Office
during Iho twelve years lSfiH to 1870,
were i'l. 77U.W2, and the expenditure
only i'.r)Ol.:(22, leaving a net gain to
the" public exchequer of i'l, 275,570.
Mary Ellen Chase is authority for the
statcinVnl that women outnumber men
three to one in heaven. Will she dis-
'cl the ugoni.ing doubts in a puzzled
irain by coming forward and explain
ing how, under thoM) circumstances
heaven could be heaven for the men.
Before the year louo the Spaniards
comnieneed to imjiort African slaves
into the West Indies, ami some were
landed on the SpunMi portion of what
is now the territory of ihu United States.
The 11 r.-t slaves landed upon the terri
tory of the original states were 20 sold
from u Dutch vessel tit Jamestown.
Virginia, in l(ili). The curlier slave
trade, nfter New England was settled,
was chiclly in the hands of Massachu
setts aud other New England shipown
ers, who not only brought negroes to
their own purls, out. bold them wher
ever I hey could find a market. Slavery
in Massachusetts was ended by the
adoption of the coiislilulion of'l'N'i,
but Vermont had abolished il three
The English newspapers refer humor
ously lo "1111 alliance of beer and Bi
bles! bricks and mortar." There Is a
great bivwcr nt Warrington, Sir Gilbert
Crcctiall, w ho, upon one side of ono of
his public houses tins built a school ami
oil the other side a church. Somebody
quotes us apropos of this queer contig
uity the old couplet: "Wherever God
erects n hoiisu of prayer, the devil
builds a chnpel there!" This Tory
brewer, they say, has taken a contract
for both. liul. this Is not so good as tho
undent quatrain written upon a church
the vaults of which wero let for thu
storage of strong drink. Upon tho
door of this miscellaneous cdillco some
wag w rote: "There's 11 spirit abovo and
a spirit below; A spirit of Joy and a
spirit of woe; Tho spirit, abovo is the
sjilrit divine, And the spirit below is
the spirit ot wlmi."
1 n t MMtttatMMM
Mas. Winsi.ow'8 Sootiii.no Syhlt Rev.
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in the Boston
Christian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which wc did not know to be good par
ticularly tor infants. But of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup wo speak from
knowledge; in our own family, it has prov
ed a bleasing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, ami
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perfection,
and which is hurmlessjfor the sleep which it
uffords tho infant is perfectly natural, ami
the little cherub awakes as "bright as a
button." Anil during the process of teeth
ing, its value is incalculable. We have
frequently heard mothers say that they
would not be without it from the birth of
the child till it had fini.-hed with the teeth
ing siege, on any consid' ration whatever.
Sold by ull druggists. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. . (5)
Thu Elegant I'mtet.
BiM CITY OF HELENA.
McKEE, : : : :
WALKER, : :
Will leave for Vlckeburg on
Wednesday Evening Nov. 2i
At 5o,clock without fall
For freight or passage apply to No. 2 wbarf
boat. THO'S W. SHIELDS, Ajent.
YOU NEW ORLEANS
The Anchor Lino Steamer
SSi JAMES HOWARD
JAMES PEPPER, : : : : : Master
ARCHIE WOODS, : : : : : Clerk
Will leave the Cairo wharf for Stw Orleans
Thursday Eve'g, November 25
For freight or paf sage apply to
THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Cien'l Agent .
The Anchor Lino Steamer
SUi GOLD DUST.
JOHN Mct'ORD, : : Master
HENRY DEITRICII, : : : Clerk
Will leave for VIcktbnrgon
Saturday Evening, Nov. 27.
At !i o'clock without full.
For frelcht or pat-rage apply to No. 2 wharf-boat.
THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Agent.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, .lone 7th, andontll Inrthcr
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
LBAVM LEAVES LEAVES
Foat Fourth St. MlMotirl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00 a.m. S:TOa. m. A a. m.
10:(i0a. ru. ln::a. m. 11a.m.
v!:(KI p. m. p. m. 3 p. m.
4:W) p.m. 4:;t0p.m. 5;00 p.m.
i p.m. IMp.n. 3 p. in
LLOYD & McKEAN
No. 34 WALL SWEET, NEW YORK.
We hut nnd sell at current rates:
I.'. 8. (iovernmetit Honda
( - nlrnl I'aclfk Land ( i runt Honda.
Central l'adftc Flr't Montage Oold Dotids.
California anil Oregon do
Sun Joaquin Valley do
Wtsioru l'nclllr. do
Southern rarit!crif Oil. do
Clii-supiiiki' OhloltW. Co, Bonds and bond
unit stock scrip and roupnus.
We have for auletho Chefiipeake A Ohio Series
A" 6 per rent, Honda, at i. and Intt n-st.
We buy anil sell on r'tmuilasion tho securities
denlt lu ul thu Stock Exchnugi'. aud nuiko ad
vatici'" thereon to responsible jinrtti-t-.
We also htiy and sell on coninilasion nil clum
(if securities not qtiotud nt the Slock Kxcbaugo
We rocglvu deposits and allow tucn-st on dally bal
A Y KAK and expenses to
agents. Outfit free Address. I'.
O. VK'KLIU', AugUHtu. Mtilu
AKlegant Chromo Cards, New Styles, 10c. Agents
i vwaiued. L. JONES V CO., Nassnn. N. Y.
THIEVES and DETECTIVES.
Th most thrilling, exrlllng, fBsclinitlug book
cv r wiltii-n, Taken from ptlat recuril nm-ur
before puMMi '. Ski till if the Amle r, the
yreateit llvlni Detective. 1 Milling Illustratlontt
BY ALLAN PI XKK.lt TON.
Low In price, No f'-nipetlilnn, Outsit I all
other hook , 0 snlil immediately.
T( A fJFXTSJ ' KuhrrrlstliHi only. Apnlyat
A" ' 'VUlil XO ( once fur teinis ai rt territory
O. W, CAUL ETON CO., Publishers. N. . cily.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
Oft OHIO LF.VKK. CAIKO. II I.H.
John T. Kenriie,
HAVIN'O establishes his work at thu shove men
tlotird pltiro Is better prepared than er for
tunniifarlurlng Hteam Knglnas and Mill Miwlllnery,
Having Steam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manufacture of all kliuls of Machinery, Itnllroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Forging made trteelalty.
Especial attention given to repair of K Mnosand
lira Caitluir of all klnde made to Oidei
Pipe r ttlnv iu nil 1U branthee. i -
U 1)1)1 T1 DTACICIAiri
f)!t. J. A. SHEK.MAN-AND TIIK ONLY DM. SIT Eli Man known to iho public, for tho past 35
i' or more for his tjuecesatul method of treating Kuptnre without the an" onci and lulu?? trt.7si
l et. n.ny bo consulted at hi- oOU-e, St. Louis. Mo., until tho jt)ih of December, after that at hll
lorkolllce. Olbee udnre-s in tho St. Louis city newspapers -t-iuoi.r, aner iuai at ni
.m,r.' !!3 f:c"r,TA at hi st.
"'"V " " ' tiiu "".u vour mi nimi treatment, and having been perraiimntlv cured I
spoken highly or it merits nnd recommend It lo my friends " pt-nuum uuy curtu, i
Dr. Sheiuiuii I the illt-ciiverer ol the only known cure for liupturc by local external tronlment.
.No mur. i sale who has a Rupture, no matter bow lnslL'illn.ni ho may cotisld r U. for every man
has died from It onto ImteteU himself that It was hut a Inlliug ailment; and every man ShS Z
f.. .'.Tl, ." ',h0. "Jl!ry "f t"":,,l,,, 10 wh "'" t Wo has no enjoyments, once rewrded
L u i . ' , 1 11 " af'snn-stiii
"l.-otii comcsVpon him" Dect,ear-' ,,,:' 10
ofll';lOv,!'!'.ir?,lU,,r:,i'"! tan rl'TUa "-eiitinent and leave for homo same tiny. During treatment any
?. "'".V 'l;r '.u,',','"r can be pertormed without Interfering with the treutment. anil with a
....... ...-j u .TO-Ti ui siruiiKuiaiva Ktipturo ills hook ON HCPTUKK elves the most rell
prt.ols Irom rVt ngnlshiri proR ssional genilemen. clergymen and merchants oY hls uecssful Dril
iinil poiMilurlty tlieiefrom throughout thia country nrri thr. w
to those rhsenTo wms.,"'r''r,,'IC nkeU('''tet
DR. J. A. 8HERMAH
251 Lrondway.Coi. 3f array Street, N. YM and 3 Milk Street, Boston.
Bewareof certain confidence men and Impostors who represent themselves as Dr. Sherman
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OP IT.
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, P., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 140 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken wit
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at ha
I becau pivinrr it accorilin ff tu (iirpftiiirm, anil It irilVU trnmudi-itn ruUnf' nn.l tlm nlfi
O -"fi s- . . ...
slept well the remainder ot the night. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUII, Druggist,
Dyes. Jror brightness and uurubihly
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cure Your Backache.
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It Is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CUltKH where all else falls. A REVELA
TION and RKVOLt TION In Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, as opposed to un
satisfactory internal medicines. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free, bind by
druggists, or sent by mail, on receipt of price, Ji.
This is the RATES & HAXLEY,
KS'EiS K 131 Madison street,
Ask for it aud CHICAGO, ILL.
Managers for tho Northwest.
I7XCrssiVE ANXIETY, or I'ROLONC.ED
J STL'DY, wlil produce Infirmity in tho Nerv
ous System, iu pniHortion us tho strength of the
system Is expended upon the mind lu troubled
thought, so nretho oruans f illeestion, naslmiiia
tlon and nutrition rend- ted Inactive- and slneglsli
iu proportion as the system hecrmcs iuilrin. Kv ry
iutiivliluul hass'iiuv one organ that is weaker than
the rest, and this Is always the Hr-t to snfl'er durinit
nervous prostnitlon i for exumple, alllinlug uewe
somollniiia rattier tulal aiispeuunn ol the nincu
litr aetlntt of the he irt, when the patient li dchll
iiateit, producing siidduu Iteinorrhage und neath.
No doubt any longer remains of the piartlhlllty of
restoring tho nervous system, and t trough the
nerve the niur,lr of the Impaired ortmns. HOL
LOW H' COMPOUND HYHl'P of IIVIOI'IIOS-1-IlrtKShan
been proved to jiossl-ss snr.b power
lu numerous lusiances. U will linpurt strength to
overr.omeaillletton. Persons who are ar.cnstouiad
to look upon the dark sttln. and who so no pleas
ure In IWiiisTi on using this Syrup soou learn to
vnlne anil eujity llfo, and those who study deeply
during long hour will fit d In the Syrup a pro
moter of thu power of endurance In thu braiu.
There Is uoHinurdlty in tho fact that an Impair
ed Nervous System causes Consumption. Neural
uln, llronrhltls. Djspepsia, Asthma, KitlU plIc Fits
WhiX'pltig Ci-ngh, lli-art Disease, and a ho-t of
olhersi then why is II absurd that Kellowa' Hyro-
rhosnhltes, which effec tuiilly cures NervoU Dulill
ly, should cure there disease also, "rtomuvo the
cause and tho complaint w'll cease.
fyf-LrMik nnt for Ihu name and aildreat. J. I.
LLOWS, Ht. John. N. B.; im tb wrapper In
water mark, which li aavn by holding the paper be
BOLD BY ALLDKUCOIBTS.
yS COMPOUND 3YRUP
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nlllHtion: It Is steadily progressive, even nnto ill
'ually relieved of ItLforo tho day of iHflorln J
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oxtremy bod cases before and aftcrcuro, and m
everything he has ever tried forRheumat
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat d
- f-, - liillliv-viljiv, 1 V 1 1 V 1 VliU VI
have used it in my family with comp
TRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New Naticl
ct color are unequalled. Color from 2 t
Cnrcs by ABSORPTION (Nature's wtf
4 11 LUNG DISEASES,
1 1 THROAT DISEASES,
It DRIVES INTO the aystom cnratlve ageJ
uii iivBiiu iii(-uiuiurn. i
It DRAWS FROM the diseased parts the poise!
iuai cause ueain .
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES
You can be Relieved and Cure
Don't desDalr nntll von havo tried this ,.naihf
r.BIIIJ -irueu ana AAUIUAllliI J&.
F K C T U A L Remedy
Sold by druggists, or sent by mall on receipt
price, .).oe, by
Send for Testl-P. ATF.S & TTANT.V
monialBBiid our04, .'K? !iL .
hook "Three 134 Madison Street,
MIlllonaaYear" CHICAGO, ILL
Sent free, '
Managers for the Northwest.
A NEVER-FAlLIHe REMED
For Chills and Fever, Bilious and I
termittent Fevers, Dumb Aguef
and all Malarial Diseases.
Stop tuklng I'olaonou I)ru;(t
Stop taklnc deaf-prodnoiog Qulnlnal
Stop taking bonc-destroj lnjr Mercury
Stop taklDir dmiKorons fulaona!
Stundunl Cure oontalns no Quinine t
Stundurd Cure coutln:i no Mercury I
Btandurti Cure contain no Poison!
Standard Cure la ptoastant to take I
PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOX.
Standard Cure Co. 114 Nassau stNA
And by Drugglat. J
Bknj. F. Guakton, Stort B. Lai!
Haijikht E. Paink.
Lale Commiaaloncr of Patenlt,
PATEN T S
PAINE, GRAKTON St LADD,
Attorneu at Law and Solicitor of AasarlcaaaV
411 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON. O. (
Vractice patent law in alt lit (ranch I r
Patent Offlre. and In tho Slpre aa4 t
Courts of the 1 nlted State. ranpkM aat .
on receipt ot stamp lor pviajr