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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1850.
THE BAIIjY bulletin.
A' I U usual Purgatives, in plf"nl to take,
f f iri) ,m,. ni nifi'i pim rl Mmilf
ln lU-ue-vitlor niM'lenii,r lii h-n jot
'i Aoiiw'lit u ,,,.i.i, mit'CK. tdi Cuimlllin
"VHUIouani-u. If HiMlnelie, film, ami ail
I'i'M1'. urutny Irmti un Ulrutr t il'ttt i ( .n.lfyt,
" IllCIliiiiu,'ilt)r 0 btU iturnttr tllwl. Avuul in-
'" : in...i in ....... ih.. nnii-li. .h. l..d
I'llf'.t-Itl 1.1X4.111 1 it i.n In.
ll'IIAI-fl In, lu... ....l. I'n,.. Ml .1.. A.I. J,.,..
diu;'ii fur U'Wiiiiiivo i'lim I ! n Mi i lie tro-
l-'iwiui, j. E. HKIIIKil.viiTnV,
ii, Yttk I Itif, New Turk.
BtfcRLii'uacHAsihQ ANT TORSI of Sq-Cuud
hand, ftr Mitiitnctj wftrrtfit'lrti'nrNi'rrr'ilii,rlir'irT!
nl s--i,, bit-aw- "i'l lollif ITI.VKKM.V HUt
'iAI.Va.NIC (o,, Kw V.irli, S. V., C niriMiiuti, i m
Krnuri(vi, ruj., f(.r lin-ir A'" I'diiit-hliit nd
"Tlit Kin trie llvii.w," and will t "H, AMlffc
iil morii-v. Th P.O. r. Mfif thu .iiii-)i-ri in lit-n-"in
tli'i trt Ap.iiiii', a on i'io Ameiiam tuiitnu nk
HOW TO CUKE.
COLDS, ASTHMA, CROUP.
All disease, of tbu Throit, Lur.;. und J'uTmonary
USE ACCOKDISC1 T' IWlECTIONS.
Allen's Lunj; Balsam.
liirtt-f, hkkLt t'oadrr, tltvuriuf l.t
turu. fit., t f tAKifl. (tffiuwl. hri'M
tptt't Im u. bm l. Uwu, Mu.
Oillflt n-iit fri'f to tlli'fo who to en-
i iti.'! lu llie mi.Kl jiktt.in.l nun pronisuie
ritiu'lni-n kuunii. Lvcn'iliitJi,' m?w.
f L'api!l nit n iuin.-d. V wiil fiirui(i
I'vi'r.viliinjf !" tiny and tiirrl 1 yet
usiiv njile wlihimt ntxylui; y from
home over iilt'Iit. No tick whairxer. Many in-w
workiT. w unti l) at oncfi. Many are makitiK fort-
liliui at ll.u kiidln..aa IhiII.'M II.iiL-U M tlltirtl llfl
men. and outiu boy and trlr!" mKi fr-at jiy No
ou who la wtlliui; 'u wurk fail to Hianf mora
nmni'y enry day than ran l.e inadcln awevk at ary
other employ mi-lit. llumii lio tnace , at on
will find a 'ubort road to fnrtnrif. Addri n II.
HA I.LETT ft CO.. I'ortlaiid Maltiw
MRS. LYOIA E. FIMKHAM:
CF LYNN, MASS.
v?7.f-.n .rah. :y..i
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UllTOVtREB 'J -
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Trie Polt'T Cnrn
For all Female Complaints.
ThU vivntliin, a. lu name .lirniriM, mnnlita of
Vn,i-tblo Irumrti Dial ar hornili to tb moat drl
rat laraliit. Vpon one trial tb iwrtt. of thii Com
poond will ba racivnlaxti aa rUi'f la Iremtdkat i and
when It u Ufontlnuiil. In ninrry ninacamln ahun.
drrd, ap.'rmanenlcurrlii;(TrrtGd.aitbouunil. ill ta
lit J. On avuunt of lu proven merit.. It ! tivdiy r
roninw ndd and pmrrlWd by the but pbydc.au. In
It will cur. tntlrelf th worrt form of falllnf
of th otrm, Lrurorrbva, Imjulu and painful
Mrnrtruation.allOTaiianTroublra, lnluunniatlna and
nitration, noodlnira, all Dlupbwtmenl. and tba ron
aiiiit.plnalraknea,and la Npwlally adaritrd to
Ui Cbanm of Ufa. ItIUdlMOl and ttyrl tumor,
fnun tli utvniiln an early ftmre of diTtloprant. Tba
trndricy to canrrou. humor, tbrre 1. rbeck.d rary
(UJy by IU an,
In fart It haa proved to ba the rreat
out and twit remedy that baa erer barn dlaeorrr
ed. It rrm-U'a ery port km of tba ayiitein, and girt
new Ufa and rigor. JtremoveafiUntneM.riatulenry, da
rtroya all craring for aUmulauta, and rcUtrrea waaluiew
is cure. Dloadna, Jleadaebea, Kerroua rroatratlon,
Utneral Debility, BlecpleameM, Deprewton and Indl
featton. Tliat feeling of bearing doirn, rauatng pain,
waigbtandbarkacbe,taalwayicnnan('ntly cured by
tla un. It will at all tlmea, and under all circunutan
aa, hrt In barmony wltb tba lew that goTerna lb
For Kidney Complalnta of either I bl. compound
la uiuurpaKacd. '
lydia i. Pinkham's Vegetable, Compound
' In prepared at 533 and SJ Wentern Avenu. Lynn. Mae..
Prlee 11.00. Sli bottle for ..). Dent by mail In the
form of pills, alxi in tbe form of Leaenirr., on receipt
of prlro. l.00, per boa, for either. Mra. PLNKllAli
freely auawer all letter of Inquiry. Bend for pam
phlet Addrea aa aliuT Xmtnn fAU jHiper.
No family ahould be without 1.TD1A . P1NKI1AM'
IJV.UPILI3. They cur Contl)witlon, DIUouinctt
and Torpidity of theLhrer. McenUucrboi.
IIICIIAIIDSON It CO., SI. Iui, Mo.
?SV,r.'iiiifJ-'V J-V" '....l'ISKU.-'
I'".? ? 1 i votii NYE IiuniHv for all the .11..
" cMMMimi lu th. 4 V.'.', ? U.L":
i .V ut",KlH" nd all dvslara at $1.85 nor
li'7Pti,i:l.'i"Jl,h0 u"",t- .Try It.
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W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.'
Eiltad Id thelntcroat of tho Cairo rubllc Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND HOOKS.
Tiikkb is not a trouble ho deep nnil swift-
running ttuit we mny not croBs mfVly ovr,
if we liitvo courngo to steer ami Htren-gth to
Wihdom mul truth are Immortal, but
cunninff oml deception, the meteors of the
earth, after glittering' for a moment, must
pass away. Hubert Hull.
Tan "Library" is aguin under many
obligations to Mrs, A. B. Saflbrd for the fol
lowing valuable books sent from London:
Dialogues of rhtohouslaht, by
Juwett, five volumes; Problems
of Life and Mind,' by G. II.
Lewis, throe volumes; The Physical Basis
of Mind, by same, thrco volumes; The
Study of . Psychology, three volumes; same
on Fragments of Science, two volumes, by
"Ty nihil ;' Ptinciples of Sociology, by
It is to make men, not to (ill them, that
we want schools. Our public schools,
therefore, should embrace the science of
man, th'J science of agriculture, the science
of mechanic, the science of housewifery,
and the moment we enter the domain of
naturo our range is Unlimited. "William
Crandle, twenty years ago.
Mint. IIahkiet S. Brook, associate edi
tor of the Omaha Bopublicarj, has been ap
pointed chairman of the department of
botany and vegetable physiology in the
Nebraska academy of sciences.
It is said that it is not possible to get
five lines of authentic information concern-
infr John Harvard, the founder of the
American university which bears his name
The meeting of the Woman's National
Christian Temperance Union, which was in
session during the last week in Boston,
brought together a large band of noble
Christian women from all sections of the
country, w ho arc throwing the great weight
of their associated influence to stem the
tide of evil that comes from intemperance
They plant themselves upon broad relig
lous, moral, and intellectual grounds, and
preform their gTeat work by reformatory
and educational forces, which allies them
closely to the great body of American edu
cators who are struirfiin to elevate the
character ot the vounir at the same time
they are training the mental powers. The
subjects of the addresses, reports, and
discussions of this meeting were of special
interest, viewed from the educational stand
point, such aslcmperance, literature, tern
perance in the schools, juvenile work, etc.,
the consideration of which will result in
much good to the community. The in
fluence of this organization has already
b.'en powerfully felt; hundreds of devoted
Christian women are enlisted in its service,
conspicuous among whom is the mistress of
the white house, who for nearly four years
has, by her example and stcadtast temper
ance convictions, elevated the social stand
ard of the capital of the nation to a degree
unknown for many years.
Mrs.1 Mary II. Hunt, of Boston, made an
able report in behalf of the committee on
temperance in schools and colleges. She
Hated how the work of temperance reform
had grown from its beginning, which were
efforts to reclaim individual drunkards, to
a broader scope ot work of a preventive
nature, and announced that a felt want in
the shape of a test-book for the common
schools had been provided for by a book,
entitled Alcohol and Hygiene, by Mrs. Julia
Coleman which has been just published.
Wishing these women abundant success,
and bidding them God speed in every good
endeavor to lessen the sin and misery that
curses the world through intemperance, wo
append the resolutions bearing especially
upon the educational phase of the worki
which were presented by Mrs. Mary A.
IJTTritir, mid adopted by the Union :
"Since power to mould our public educa
tional systems and institutions may be
turned to excellent account in tho temper
anco reform, by securing the scientific in
struction of children and young men and
v women as to tho value and necessity of
Vital abstinence, wo hereby plcilgo our
c'cs as temperance women to use the
cducaional ballot for this purposo in all
those st.tes In which it has been granted.
"We wli netition the secretary of the
ntciior to 8furo to the pupils ot Indian
schools a tlior6jh education in scientific
temperance. Wb will urgo the saruo upon
all organizations frncd for the education
of colorod people, arkupon those instrust
ed with tho niansgcmeiof the reform and
Industrial schools."-Natiopal School Jour
nal. ,,, Y.T pcrf(;ct ,ru,h 14 h8 hwn remarked
i ill S av,0,,U(-'S leading to an early gravo
AU Ti ,,uon Pptie(l ''V cough or cold.
L?tnrl Lun AfTections instantly
K,!lL1)r' nul1'8 Coul1 syi-
mamUfS.01"0: N"V" Restorer is tho
Gila Fowlur Padncuh
Golden Itillu Hoiltll
8ii Llan South
I kit DaMham....! South
T. W. MeMia South
Jna. Howard NowOrlcnna
The Howard got all. she wanted on tho
The Gold Dubt got away lato lust night
with a fair trip.
The Ilalliday camo in yesterday noon,
and will be the next boat for New Oilcans.
The weather is getting warmer, and
there is a show for a resumption ot naviga
tion to St. louis.
The Anierioan board has sixteen
;:liiirelie. in Jaiian. four n5W churches
wfre organized and one htinilred nnd
twenty-one new members were added
la.'t year. Twelve of the Mxteen
churclies are self-sujiporting. Thueon
tributions amount to an average of 20.
The nianufiuituro of cartridges, as
conducted by the United Stales Car
tridge Company, is one of the import
ant industries of Lowell, Masaehii.-it'tts.
The eompuny employ, in all depart
ments, about 150 haiiils, and have a ev
psR'ity for turning out 10,000,000 pieces
per month, which find a market all
over the country. Their monthly pro
duet of small (size "JJ) cartridges, for
shooting galleries, is 4,000,(MX). Three
quarters, it is said, of all the large car
tridges used by the United States army
and navy are produced at these works.
Besides this, they supply State troops,
and for the purpose of encouraging tar
get practice in the militia tho Company
are offering team and individual prizes
to such organizations.
Some idea (says the Berlin correspon
dent of the London Times) mav be
formed of the educational status of the
German army and navy from statistics
just published, according to which, of
the 140,881 recruits taken in during the
military year 1879-80, 132,GG0were ex
amined! in tho German language, only
0,004 in another tongue (Polish, chief
ly), while 2,217 were devoid of any
school training. Those who could
neither read nor write numbered 1.67
per cent of the entire number, against
1.80 in the vear 1878-79. 1.73 in 1877-78,
2.12 in 1870-77, and 2.37 in 1875-76,
from which it would appear that educa
tion in the army and navy has improved
at the rate of nearly 1 per cent during
the last five years. The districts which
most require the rigorous supervision of
a School Board are Ea.st and West Prus
sia, Posen, Bromberg, Oppein, 4the Pa
latinate and Alsace-Lorraine.
The society known in New York as
the Central Co-operative board, the ob
ject of which is to establish a system of
co-operative stores in this country simi
lar to that in operation in England,
propose the following plan: After tho
payment of legal interest, that is,
6 per cent per annum, or 1 J per cent
per quarter, 5 per cent of the remain
ing profit would be placed to tho credit
of a reserve fund to be disposed of as
the members would desire. Two and a
half per cent of the remaining profit
would then be placed to the credit of
an educational fund, while tho remain
ing profit would be divided equally
among the full amount of wages paid
during the quarter, the full amount of
sules for the quarter, and one-quarter
of the amount of capital invested at the
beginning of the quarter. The divi
dends on all sales made to unknown
persons and one-half of the dividends
on sales to non-uiembers, however,
. would be placed to the credit of thu re.
serve fund. This system, the oomruit
teo adds, has received the approval of
many of tho leading authorities on co
operation. Many of tho leading orchard proprie
tors in Northern Italy and Southern
Germany are cultivators of tho com
mon black ant, which insect they hold '
in high esteem a.s the fruit-grower's
best friend. They established ant hills
in their orchards, and leaving the po
lice service of their fruit trees entirely
to the tiny colonists, which pass all
their time in climbing up the stems of
the fruit trees, cleansing their boughs
and leaves of malefactors, mature as
well rus embrvotic, and descending la
den with spoils to the ground, whore
they comfortably consume or prudently
store away their booty. They never
meddle with sound fruit, but only in
vade such apples, pears and plums as
havo already been penetrated by tho
canker, which they remorselessly pur
sue to its fastnesses within the very
heart of the fruit. Nowhere are apple
and pear trees so free from blight and
destructive insects as in the immediate
neighborhood of a largo ant hill 5 or 6
years old. Tho favorite food of .ants
would appear to bo the larva) and papio
of those creatures which spend the
whole of their brief existences in de
vouring the tender shoots aud juvenile
eaves of fruit trees.
Itching riles Svmptonis and Cure.
The Bymptoms are moisture, like pers
piration, intenso itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about tho rectum; tho privato parts are
sometimes affected; 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
Hheuni, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, all Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, 3 boxes for f 1.25.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or thrco cent postago
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayno &
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo and elsowhcre.
Swayne's Pills aro tho best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off Chills and
The Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will Bond their eclebratod Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho afflicted upon 80 days
trial, ispcody cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to tlicm with
1 itai aaiai.
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Never, No Never,
An exchango says Ulyses S. Crant will
never bu emperor, but will always stand
high in tho hearts of Ins countrymen, oc
cupying the position that Spring Blossom
holds, in curing sick Heailacho, Bilious
ness, Indigestion, et. Prices: 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Mas. Winslow's Southing Svkup Hev.
Sylvanus Cobb thus writes n the Boston
Christian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
winch wo UkI 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 coiic pains, quiet sleep, and
tho parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perfection,
and which is harmless ;for the sleep which it
affords the infant is perfectly natural, and
the little cherub awakes us "briirht as a
button.'1 And during the process of teeth
ing, its value is incalculable. We have
frequently hard mothers say tlmt 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
Coco ns. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advuntage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions, ror 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 Thkoat.-"Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs af 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 the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Cough, Cold, Catarrh 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 are injurious
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches'
are sold only in boxes.
Here lies one who lately died, nobody sor
rowed, nobody cried ;
Where he's gone, or how ho fares, nobody
knows and nobody cares.
His billious fover might have been cured
If he Spring Blossom had procured.
A Down Tows Merchant having
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed
by the agonies and cries of a suffering
child, and becoming convinced that Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup was just the
article needed, procured a supply tor the
child. On reaching home and acquainting
his wife with what he had done she re
fused to have it administered to tho child
as she was strongly in favor of Hoiiicn
pathiy. That night tho child passed in
suffering, and the parents without sleep.
Returning homo the day following, tho
father found the baby still worse; and
while contemplating another sleepless
night, the mother stepped from the room
to attend to some domestic duties, and left
the father with the child. During her ab
sence ho administered a portion of the
Soothing Syrup to the baby and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
the little fellow awoke in- the morning
bright and happy. The mother was de
lighted with the sudden and wonderful
change, and although at first offended at tho
deception practiced upon her, has contin
ued to use the the Syrup, and Buflennp; cry-
ing babies and restless nights have disap
peared. A singlo trial at the syrup never
yet failed to relieve tho baby, and over
come tho prejudices of tho mother. Sold
by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle. (6)
JPOR MEMPHIS & VICKSBURO,
The Fine Steamer
W'iU leave Cairo for Memphis and Vicksburg on
Wednesday Evening Dec. 1st,
From Wo. iwharfboat
THOS. W. SHIELDS, A tent.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Mannlactnrer and dealer In Custom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of CuHtom
Made Boots and
Men's wear to be
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. B. All work warranted, and Rnpalriog neatly
dona ou thoit notice,
ViivlirTi fit Between Commercial and
Xilglllll Ot., WsihitigtonAye.
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kmiiiiiiiiuii.i.. i t ' a
PAUL G. SC11UII, CAm ILLS 7 E
B U P T
T)H. J. A. MUEHMAN AND THE ONLY DH. SHERMAN known to the pobllc for tho paat 35 Tears If
J' or inor for hiaaiiccimful method of truallim litiiture without the tiunoyance and lulurv trtiepca 1 a ,
Mr. a V. (.fori-e. Attoriiey-st Law. Kent, Union i n., Iowa, treated by l)r. S
onico, wrllea: "Ilavltiir tmud your Hupturo treatment, and liavluir leva Dm
poki'U hlchly of tin mcrila and recotutnend It to my friends."
-- - . v..iu i... i,ii,iihij ur iiiihj cAiirruni treatment. jr.
Nomijn iH.nfe whohaaa nupture. no mailer how lindcnlnc-iint he may consider It. for every man who
f .".".' ?tta,:d hin""!lf 11 WM hl 'rilllnK ailment ; and every man who now in
run. front Itand the Injury of tniHaea, to audi 1111 extent that lift) liua no enjoyments, oneo regarded It u i
unworthy aiieeia attention. It ia not a stand-mill aflltnlon ; It I. li.adllvVroiw W
Sloom come.Uupou him' th n,!Ce,ry 10 1,0 mutually relieved of itk-lore the dny ofaHilcrlni; and fO
i VuP'f , ahr0,na, CM) welve treatment and leave for homo same dav. During treatment any kind T
ol aaiysMcrclae or labor can be ; performed without Interfering- with thn treatment, and with aafety M
of. rmm dT.urli' fn,Bulil ,""l'"'re HLSHOOUo'n Hl'l'TURK Rlvea tho moat rel.at.li -J
"iifofni t h 'mwdv". ,nrou!nout 0UDlty "d
It Is Illustrated. with photographic llkcncaaoi ofoxtrumelv had enat a hefnm mwl fi,,r,A .A m.O.d f
i those who .end 10 cents.
DR. ,J. A.SHERMAN $
251 Broiulwity.Cor. Murray Street,
Hcwuruof certain confidence men and Impostors
BCLECTBIC O I L!
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT.
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, P., 6itys: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion.
W. N. Palmer, 140 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken with a
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas'
I began giving it according to directions, and
slept well the remainder ot the night. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freeninns' Kcw National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to S
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cuke Your Backache.
And all dl.eaics of the Kidneys, Bladder and
Vrinary Uryutia by wearinn the
Improved Excelsior Kiduey-Pad
It Is a MARVEL of I1EAL1NG and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It fJUKKH where all else rails. A REVELA
TION and REVOLUTION In Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, as opposed io un
satisfactory Internal medicines. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by
tlrugKlets, or sent by mall,ou receipt of price, i.
This is the BATES IIANLEY,
shleKid'neyd 13t Madison Street,
Ask for It aud CHICAGO, ILL.
Uku no other.
Managers for tho Northwest.
XCKSSIVE ANXIETY, or PROLONGED
STUDY, will produce Infirmity In tho Nerv.
oils System, In proportlan as tho alrotisth of tho
thonuht. aoarutheoriiaua af dliresllon, asslinulii
syslcm la eipetiuuu u
pun tho mind tu troubled
tana af dliresllon. asslinillii-
lion aud nutrition reudered Inactive aud altiL'tflsh
lu proportion aa tbeiyatem becomes Infirm. &y ry
Individual has some one organ tnut is weaker tnau
the rest, and this is always the first to sillier during
nervous prostruilnn; for eiumple, afflicting now a
sometimes causes total suspension of thu mn-cu-lar
action of the heart, when thu patient M detill
Itated, producing sudden hemorrhage and death.
No doubt any longer remains of the prautlblllty of
restoring the nervous system, and through (ho
the muscles of the Impaired ortran. ful
LOWS' COMPOUND SYRUP of HYPONlOS
PUITE8haa been proved to possess such power
lnuumerouslnstauces, It will Impart strength to
overcomealtllctlun. Persons who aro accustomed
to look upon tho dark aidn, and who saenn pleas
ure In living, on using this Syrup soon learn to
vnluo and enjoy life, and those who study deeply
during long hours will find In the Syrup a pro
moter of thu power of endurance. In tho brain.
There la no ansuruity in tne fact mat an impair
ed Nervous System causes Consumption, Neural
ela. Bronchitis. Dvsncuaia. Asthma. Epileptic Flu
Whooping Cough, Heart Disease, and a host of
others; thun why la It absurd that Fellowa' llyno-
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