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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY CORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 18S0.
Anil th usual Puriratlr.,, h nlcanant to take.
Aijd will T.rh at th" mv.t ,t,.nt nii'l hiriitl'-
htalein K-itVHlr uu l li'unM-r i"t U ti't
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tLvn Urt i,l'.( Ir.iui l'i ','.,1m.I-.I .t.if. i,J the i,l('m,
It l llit-ilj..oitlly l)u.' V' ruttillm riiiiHt, Avoi-1 nu
ll Vm.ic ; ui-t -t nit fell'in- 1 1',, hi H"l,- ' 1 1 1 ell f"r.
1 KOI-n -riM IT UtilVK t 'it up In
ll.,iti"l tin Xtoif.n xti 1 y, Iik'm Hrti,N. A.k '"'ir
Ui Nkr-'iil l"t IJu(;iij)ijV4 I'luut lih't, r H'I'IM'Hh ihi-Yro
piiului, J. K. IlKTIIKIllN'.'I'iN,
:il iiiU i'lm-H, ,S" Vorli.
BtFOdi Pjr.has no ANY FOliM of So-Called
B.ui'l.ftr Ar.l.liaiiei'WWfwnMlneiiie Ni-rvni.,f hr'.rnfj
a., I h'". ,.,l Ii-.-.-,,m, I t.'th.. I'I I.Y..H.(.." IIF.Il
OAl.VASIl' ( ii .NVwV' lk, N. V lii'-lMlmll, ., or
SUI llal.'-IK-n, f'.,., ('I I hvll I'l" iMl..'lili-t nli'l
'111 Kli-cllii ll.mw," nii'l y.,'t w.ll w '', (
ftr.'l ", Tli I'.il. ( .,. i.r.- tin' cl. iil.-ti III -Vttjjrr
I.l.-.;',ri- Al l'lliilK ( uu Am.ni:ull C"UlllUti
COLI'S, ASTHMA, CIKU'I'.
All diica'H of the Throat, I.ui. and Pulmonary
USE ACCORDING TO DIILFX'TIONS.
Allen's Liui Jialsam.
I UTAL A(lE!fnifrritrbr uw!l Tra,
I -L"iip, h-iA-Lc 1'twJtr. tititru.f Ki.
" " i '". nr.. ia tM.i, ic linul. I'font
v4. O.iM lite. l'wj.W'lMtfc,bvliOA(,M.LU, Wo.
W Outfit w-'M free to lliun; who wish to en
i l'sl'.; in the mom pleasai.t and profitable
lillai In',, lll. iuii 1- v..r . f 1, 1 1. .. .,..,
s I Cainta n.it n-oulred. We wnl furnl.h
everything !u day and upwards is yet
eaalfv llia7e without stalHi'.' awav (riiin
home ocr nlflit. No rick whatever. Many new
workers wanted at once. Many arc mal.it,.: furl
alien at the business. I.adii make a much m
mcu.and vonni; boyo aid t!rl mnit LTfat iay. No
one who ii willing 'to work falU to tiiaki; more
moo?? tv.-ry day than ran be niadeiu awetk at any
other employment. 'Hume vibo t-iit;aie at om u
will find a hort road to fnriune. Addrvnt II.
H AI.LKTT Jt CO., l'urtlatid Value
M KMC A I..
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
IbU rrrrtl"n, a In ri.vno iltrnlflci, eonalfta o(
Tci-til.le rn'rtin thnt are barnil.-u to tlw tuott del
traJclnralld. L'i-jn enc truil t!if m. rm of thii Com
pound will b rerrirtiliiil, airrllrf i Imniedlato i aad
when in urn-la continued, In nin.-tjr nlno rawln a hun.
drtd, apfrroancnl.-un.laelTe'td.ajith')UajiiU will tc-a-Uy.
On aro.unt of lt prore n nurlti. It It to-day n
romnwndfl and preaerllwd by the beat fhyalclani In
It will rur entlrrly tho iromt firm of falling
of th uterua, Uurorrhoa, lmiular and i-ain-'ol
alrnatruatlun.allOrartanTrnublea, Inflammation and
Clreratlon, FIoo,llni,, all MKplarementa and the coa
equent aplnal wvakm-aa.and la eapevially adapted to
the Change of Life, It will cllwolre and cit l tumor
from the uterualn an early flag 9 of derelnpment, Tlx
tendency to canceruua liumora there la checked very
apeedily by Ita nae,
la fart It ha (irnred to be the treat
eat and beat remedy thnt ha erer been diacorer
ed. It permeate every portion of the ayatera, and g-lve
aew llfeajvi rigor. It remoee falntneia.natulcney, de
jlroy all rrarlng for atUnuJanti, and rtlletea ncaknea
of the atomarb
Iteureanioatlnir, Ileadachea, Serron rrottratlon,
General Debility, SleepleatneM, Depreaalon and tndl
(eaUoo, That feeling of bearing down, raining pain,
weight and backache, la alway permanently cored by
Itauie. ltwtllatalltlmef, anduadtrall circunutan
eee, act In harmony with the lair that goTcroi the
For Kidney Complaint of cither aei tula compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at MS and M5 Weatern At enue. Lynn, Mas.
Price 11.00. Sli bottle for t-VOO. Rent by mad in the
form of pllla, aim In tlio form of Lotcngea, on receipt
of price, 11.00, per box, fur either. Un. I'Ui'KILVM
freely anawera all letter of Inquiry. Bend for pain
pijai Addreaa aa abore Jtfenti(in lAia pa;vr.
tU family ahould be without LTDIA E. PINKIIAM'
Lr"tt PILLS. They cure Contliatlon, BUioiutiuaa
and Torpid, tjr of the Uer. is cent per box.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholcaale itL't'tilK tot LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
lamBili' from a elmttlc Trophlral Leitf of H.trs
Vnltie and In a 1'O.Hl W VK Kmnndy for all tlia dlx
ea'' thnl cati.ne tmlua la tun lower part of the
body for torpid l.lvcr lloadiich' Jamidlce
DIbkIu'-mh. Ornvul, Malaria, and allollier lillllculllea
of iho Kliltieyi. 1,1'er i nd Urinary Orpin, Kor
Ki'mali liHena. Monthly Meuctruntloii, anil dn
linR I'rciinuncv, It ha no cqunl. U reetonw t ho
irg.in Hint tnako the blood, and ht'ttco in the heat
Blood I'urllyer. It I lltnonly litiown nmrdy that
rorna Hilhl'a t'laeaan. J'or l)lbU( u War
lar'a 8afo DlitheteaClini.
For aalo by DriiKuixti and nil ilealora at f I.Bft per
ktltlu. Uri'Mt buttlnaln the nitrkot. Trytt.
U. U. WAKNBU CO., Kichntcr, N. f,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ja W (iair. .
Js W Onff
Miko Kt'llcjis in town.
Tliu lliili.-na lnul a loconrntivo and tender
Tin; Dcxttr hud a lilit trip from Evans
villu lust niylit.
Tlio Helena yot away with a good start
at dark lust night.
The Gold Dust, Captuin John McCord,
will leave Saturday for Viekbhurg.
The track leading to the new warehouse
is rapidly beiny; laid, and Col. Talbott will
bo glad to see his friends under hiB own
The big J iiiK s Howard leave toine time
to-night. The proposed dance on the
Howard last ni;t fniled to come oil". It
will take place, however, on her return
Mi Lord Palineratou, before leaving on
the Gall", boarded the J;iines Howard and
expressed himtelf delighted with the gigan
tic steamer and her officers, and especially
her big cylinders. He didn't buy her,
Itcliin? Piles Symptoms and Cure.
The symptoms are moisture, like pers
piration, intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum; th private parts are
sometimes aflfi.-ct.ed; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Swayne's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch. Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, IJarber's
Itch, Ulotches, all Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 00 cents, !J boxes for $1.23.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or tnree cent postage
stamp?. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
Son, 3.'J0 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all pn niinent druggists in
Cairo and e:sewhere.
Swavne's Pills are the best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off Chills and
Wo.mf.x that have 1m cn given up by thei
dearest friends as beyond help, have been
rermantlv cured by the use of Lydia E.
Piskham's VanKTABLE COMPOUND. Itisa
positive cure for all female complaints.
S-iid to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233
Western avenue, " Lynn, Mass., for pam
Here lies one who lately died, nobody sor
rowed, nobodv cried :
Wh re lie's fone, or how he fares, nobody
a l.l 1
Knows ana nouony cares.
His billious fever might have been cured.
If he Spring Wossom had procured.
II. Rirn.umsoN, Sac and Fox Agency
Indian Territory, says: The "Only Lung
Pud has restored me to health, and I shall
bi triad to recommend it to any one. See
A. Rociikkoiit, Fayette, Mich., writes:
Your Eclectric Oil gives good satisfaction
in this place, please send me ten dollars'
worth bv express and oblige. Sold by
Paul G. Schuh.
Coughs. "Brown s Rronrhial 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
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial 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 relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of tho voice, nnd
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches uso
A Cough, ('old, Cataiijui of sore 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 nre injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches''
are sold only in boxes.
JUST WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS!!
HERE IT IS AT LAST 1 !
MAGNIFICTENT EXCURSION 1!
Xkw Orleans and to Texas Via New
On December 2d, 1880, at 8 o'clock a.
m., Col. U. S. Collins.lhc old excursionist,
will start from Cairo, Illinois, with another
one of his magiiitlcient special trains, first
class nt every respect, including palace
sleepers and refreshment coach, and run
through to New Orleans, over tho Chicago
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad, mak
ing close connection nt New Orleans with
tliu Str and Crescent Line railroad, for
Houston and San Autonio, Texas.
Fare for '.he round trip to New Orleans and
return from Cairo, $12.00.
To Houston and return from Cuiro,
To San Antono and return from Cairo,
Tickets will be on sale nt nil stations on
the Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans
railroad, between Cairo and McCnmb City.
Tickets good L'tdnfj only on special train.
Good returning on all regular trains, up to
and including December 17th, 1880.
Special arrangements nt reduced rates
have been made with the hotels and thea
tres, for the benefit of the excursionists.
Tho attention of the ladies is . penally
invited to this charming trip to tho Sunny
South, nnd tho gay city of New Orleans.
For further, information, addres,
E. A. Collins, U. L. Collins,
Gen'l Correspondent, Gen'l Mauntrcr,
Milan, Turin. Milan, Tonn
Attend carefully to details of your
Bo prompt in nil things!
Consider well, then decide!
Dare to do right! Fear to do wrong!
Enduro trials pntiently!
Fight life's bufth) bravely, manfully!
(io not in tho society of tho vicious!
Hold integrity uttered!
Injuro not nuother's reputation or
Join hands only with tho virtuous!
Keep your mind from evil thoughts!
Lie not for any consideration!
Make few acquaintances!
Never tiy to uppenr what you ore
Pay your debts promptly!
Question not the veracity of a friend!
Rcspeet the counsel of your parents!
Sacrifice money rather' than prlnei-
Touch not, tasto not, handle not in
Use your leisure tiino for improve
ment! Venture not upon tho threshold of
Watch carefully over your passions!
'Xtend to every one "a kindly sulut-v
Yield not to discouragements!
Zealousy labor for tho right!
& success is certain!
The Pleasures of Business.
No human mind is contented without
occupation. No human soul is satisfied
without an aim or purpose in life. The
greatest success in life consist not in the
mere accumulation of riches, but in be
ing able to acquire wealth with a dispo
sition to apply it in such a manner that
it shall be a comfort and blessing to
others not in tho mere giving away of
money, but in putting people in a way
to labor and help themselves. - There
is no pleasure in oppression. There is
no joy in grinding and exacting gold
from the poor; but there is a gj'eat deal
of genuine satisfaction in being able to
offer steady and honorable employment
to tho many willing hands that have
nothing to do. One of the greatest en
joyments of the prosperous business man
consists in being able to comfortably
provide for the many employes in his
house or manufactory. In doing this
he is fulfilling his obligations to socie
ty; he becomes a useful and honored
citizen; business to him is a real pleas
ure; he enjoys his successes, when they
are fairly won because he feels that ho
When a business man has the right
kind of a purpose in life he enjoys his
occupation, he feels a just and worthy
pride in his prosperity, he is pleased
with the respect and gratitudo of those
whom he directs and controls in tho
management of his affairs, and ho feels
that in benefitting himself he is confer
ing a favor upon others. Criterion.
Henry Havard calls Scheffer "that
great and sombre painter," and says he
might have been an artist of the robust
tvpe, but while C'uyp, Bol, and Mass
dwelt in their own country, in vidid,
brightly tinted Holland, and sunned
themselves in its scintillating light,
Scheffer went to another country, to see
other sights, to become the interpreter
of other inspirations. An unfinished por
trait, which belongs to tho museum at
Dordrecht, shows us what he might
have been. Never was there a head
more boldly drawn, more finely model
ed, more purely colored, painted with
more masterlv'breadth and freedom.
Only Frans lials could have equalled it
in vigor, life, and expression. It is be
cause that head is all made of impres
sions and sensations, that it is so power
ful and so beautiful; it is because the
painter had not time to finish it, to sub
stitute a sickly interpretation for his first
fresh and vivid inspiration, to efface its
pristine vigor by touches which should
make it haggard, pale, and meagre,
more poetical in short, according to his
notions of poetry. He had not leisure
for this once to produce' idealism, and
so ho simply produced :t true and fine
painting. This beautiful and exception
al work is tho most interesting picture
in the Dort Museum. Boston llcrald.
A singular sort of compliment was
once paid to Tom Playside in New Or
leans. At the end of a much-applauded
scene, when "bravos" rent the air and
flowers were falling thick around him,
a carpenter's broad chisel sped whizz
ing from the "flat"' a few inches from
his head. Tho offender was speedily
discovered and brought before tho in
dignant, actor. "What have I ever
done to'yoti," he said, "that you should
attempt "my life?" "Attempt your life,
Mr. Playside," cried the honest fellow
with tears in his eyes, "I never drenmt
of such a thing. "But they was all a
throwin' you things, Mr. Playside, and
I hadn't notion' but my old chisel to
show how I liked ve, Mr. Playside, and
solthrowed yer "that." "All right,"
said tho actor, laughing, "hero's your
chisel, but next time let mo take your
liking for granted." Hour.
Tho majority of the people do not
have any opinions. They have simply
notions, impressions, ticntiments, feel
ings; they have prejudices, a desire to
see this "thing prevail, or that. But
how many men are there that, concern
ing any great problems of the w orld,
have earned tho ri'rht to say that they
have an opinion? llow many men are
thero that have studied the question,
that have weighed opposing claims and
probabilities and testimony, so that
their opinion is worth tho breath it
takes to utter it? Thero aro thousands
of people who aro like looking glasses;
they have a shadow of whatever hap-
lens to be standing before them. They
lave an opinion so long as they are
talking with some positive person who
believes something, but let that person
go away, and it is ready for another
We record tho fact, on the authority
of tho Journal of tho Telegraph, that
there are now in working condition 97,
668 nautical miles of submarine tele
graph cables. During tho piwt year
11,1)1.3 miles wero added. The Engin
eering remarks that tho cables still re
quired to complete tho .olographic sys
tem of the world are; One across tho
Pacific, two between tho United States
and Uio and Valparaiso respectively,
nnd certain minor cables to connect
Cayenne, Columbia, New Caledonia,
the Philippine Islands and Chinese sta
tions with tho world's telogrnphio sys
e e iHIII.OMilitMHei
MM p f (
feet tii. tt -.
- f I
JlltS. WlNSLOW'b SOOTHINO SYRLT Rev,
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes in tho Boston
Christian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
which we 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 bleusing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perfection,
and w hich is harmless ;for the sleep which it
affords the infant is perfectly natural, nnd
the little cherub awakes as "blight as a
button.'' And 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 finished with the teeth
ing siege, on any consideration whatever.
Sold by all druggists. Twenty-five cents a
Geo. Mkredith, Jersey City, wrilcs:
The Spring Blossom you sent me has had
the happiest effect on my daughter, her
headache and depression of spirits has van
ished. She is again able'togo to school
nnd is as lively as a cricket. I shall
certainly recommend it to all my friends.
JTOR NEW ORLEANS
Tho Anchor Lice Steamer
SStf JAMES HOWARD
JAMES PEPPER, : : : : : Master
ARCHIE WOODS, : : : : : Clerk
Will h ave the Cairo wharf for New Orltani
Thursday Eve'g, November 25
For freight or pacsage apply to
THOMAS W. SHIELDS, Gen'l Agent.
The Anchor Line Steamer
JOHN McCORD, :
Will leave for Vlektburgon
Saturday Evening, Nov. 27.
At 5 o'clock without fail.
For freight or palace apply to No. 8 wharf
boat. THO'S W. SHIELDS, tieu'1 Agent.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and nntll further
notice the ferryboat will make trips aa follow:
LEAVES LIAVES MATES
Foet Fourth at. MImouH Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00 a. m. 8:30 a. m. 9 a. m.
in:00a. n. Id:) a.m. 11a.m.
2:oo p.m. ::)p.m. 3 p.m.
4:iX)p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 3 p. m
HOOTS AND SHOES
gOOTS AND SHOES.
All borta, Style and Sir.it At
Manufacturer and dealer
In tho finest Ilar.d-Sewed and Pepped Hoot and
Shoe of all tho latent ityli. from tho bct
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturer. Ha the largeat and beat lolectcd
stock to be found lu the city fi r
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at tho lowcat poMlhlc price. Alway on hand
a complete dock of leather and flndluu.
No. HO Commercial Ave. I , Til
Hut. Fifth und Sixth Sts. I LitllU, 111.
Manufacturer and dealer in Cutom-made
BOOTS Aim SHOES.
Finest and Neatest f
stock of Custom f
Made Hoots and I
Shoes for Boys'and
Men's wear to he
found in the eity.
No other shop can
compare with it. -
N. D All work warranted, and Ttcpatrlnii neatly
. done on ihott notice.
VirvlifTi Cf Between Commercial and
arm i m ti r ac?aiti"-"'
IV i I r h i iAii i
by PAUL 0. SC1IUII, CAIRO, ILLS.E::Er'E::::::::":::": g-
B U P T U-B E
TUt. J. A. SIIKHMAN'-ANl) THE ONLY Dlt. SHERMAN known to tho public for tho rm.t 85
J or more for hlH.i.rcia.rul method of treat in,- Httpture without the r. iinoyanci and InlurvtruM.
Iltct. may be conau'.ted at bin o'llcu, St. Loul, Mo., until tho -JOlU of Decemlier aftr tl t hu
Vorkollfro. Offlec adtiren In the St. Louiclty ilt'w"pa,IorV ' tUt " hl
Mr. 11 F. (ieoriL'. Attorucy-at-Law, Kent, I'jilon To , Iowa, treated by Dr. Hherman at hi St
onieu, writ.-: "1 avinit u-,.1 vour Rupture treatment, ami having been permanently cured 11
epoken highly of lt merit and rectimmetid It to my friend." pirmui.u.iy curtu, i
Dr. -.heruiaii W lh discoverer ol tlio only known cure for Rupture by local external treatment.
"" " """ i i .in.., no inniii-r now insii-Mui ant lomay con i er It. for everr man
has . led from It once flatlet, d himself that it was but o tridli.a ailment; and every man wbiPiiw
fers from It ami the in urv ot trm.u,n .- nM, a,, v.... ur" i ' , ' - 1 u wuu
unworthy special attron It Is no, a MllTanii.Mlon ' . Is dl vK en ZlFl
and he Is wipu who lakes tho neeess.irv at. r, in 1,.. ..fl,.,.,ii -..n-,i ,,. V J. 1 "1"'.
Kloom comes upon him ' '
Patients from abroad enn receive treatment and
oi aeuveeierciseoriaiiorcan De perlormed without
""Mt"" eiruiiKuiaieo mi poire ii in uuoiv ON RLI'TL ItK ffivi's the mnt roll
Ind'im r' "-Th' ' ';r"r "'"! K"'-tl- nun. cleruynien ami merchants of hi ZSh p?J
h ' form t h . mielves Urouphout this country ncd the We.t Indie. The afflicted should read id
to thoVo who's cnV W Jlpn1;;,u,craI'hlc Uteuesie of
D R. J. Jl. SHERMAB
2.i 1 Broadway, Cor. Jlnrray Street. X. Y., and 43 Milk Street, Boston.
Beware of certain confidence men ami impostor who represent themsolve as Dr. Shorman
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OP IT.
Geo. Mutchlcr, Marion, P., says : It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 149 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken wi
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas'
I began giving it according to directions,
slept well the remainder of the night. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
i;vcs. ror ungntiiebs anu uuraoiiity
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cure Yorn Backache.
And all disease of the Kidney, Gladder and
Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It I a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CUHKH where all else fall. A REVELA
TION aud KKVOLLTION In Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct apidicttlnn, a opposed to un
satisfactory Internal medicines. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, eent free. Sc. id by
drui;uist, or sent by mall.ou receipt of price,
Thi. i. the BATES & 1IAXLKY,
OrlKinal and pen- , . . .
Hin. Kidney pad 131 JJiulison street,
Ask for it and CHICAGO, ILL.
Manaucr for tho Northwest,
TXCESSIVE ANXIETY, or rROf.ONOED
IV STUDY, will prudiicu Inilrinlty In the Nerv
ous System, In proportion a the strength of the
svsietii Is impended upon the mind in troubled
tlioiinlit, o aruthu ori!u f dlu'esllun, ntsimula
tlon and nutrition reiid-red lnai tivo and vhiui'lsli
In proportion a theijslem hoc me Itttlrm. Kv ry
inilivliliiul has some one orpin that Is weaker limn
the rest, and this I always the tlrrt tnstiiTer durliiii
nervoti prostration; for example, uinictltu new
oitietlmes rniise total suspeusiou ol tho nia-ru-lar
action of (lie heart, when tho patient U delill
llated, prodtieliiK sudden heinorrtiaitit and ceuth.
No doubt any lotiRer remain of the praellblllty of
restormu the nervous system, aei) t iroti((h the
nerves tho muscle of the Impaired nrirans. r EL
LOWS' COMPOUND sYRtT of livroriios
I'll I TItH lias been proved to possess stirb power
in numerous instntices. r, win impart siren urn to
overcome affliction. Persons who aro accustomed
to look upon the (lurk side, an I who see no pleas
ure in living, onnsinit thi Syrup inuu learn to
viiluo and enjoy life, anil thno w ho tludv deeply
durlnu Ioiiq hiinra will fit d In the Syrup pro
moter of the power of endurance In tliu brain.
Thero I no absurdity in tho fact that an Impair
ed Nervoti System cause Consumption, Neural
gia, ttronrhltl, 1) .pepsin. Asthma, (epileptic Fit
ivnoi-ping oi'tiitn. itearv iiisrasc.anu a nnsi or
others i then why lMt absurd that Fellow' Hypo
phosnhltes, wklrh effecltially enrea Nervnu Dubll.
Ily.tliould euro lliore disease also, 1 Remove the
cause and the complaint wll cease.
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leave for home same day. During treatment any
.Interfering with tho treatment, and with 4
extremely bad case, beforo and after euro, and n
everything ho has ever tried for Rheums.
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat
Eclectric Oil beinr the only remedy at h
and it gave immediate relief, and tho c
have used it in my family with comrt
TRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freemans' New Natij
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Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's w(
A 1 1 LUNG DISEASES, j
A I Itiiroat DISEASES1
It DltlVKH INTO tho system curative aj
and healing medicine. i
It DRAWS FROM tho diseased part the pols
that raiisii death.
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTCE!j
You can be Relieved and Cur,
Don't despair until you have tried thi sensl"
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fitop titklng roUoiiuu Draxat
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Stop taking bone-destroying Metou
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Standard Care le pleaeant to take I ,
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