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And tbe ataal Panratlvea, I pleasant to tike,
rid will jrn at one the mom pnt.iit and rmrmlem
.Mlfi Innovator ni lesmae-r iht haa vet
beeti brnuiOil to .ultlie iifil'.-a, r foualipsi
lion. Illlloiianve, llriutnelie, IMIe. i,iia
liiwrdtr. uruiAj (row ill nrlil i,J 1it tvilcn,
it m iuwiuiiaia)ilf the btit ruratir. tiiunl. An, id iru
Haii'inn; linen mtiinii l ho nrtii ! lulled fur,
TltOI'IC-l HUT Ll.VtTIVK a put up In
brum,"! tin Iku uiiIv. I rim mi ciiia. Ak ju
dtiivuul fj DeacfluUve I'unir.lilH, nr aildrew Ilia ijio
piielm, J. E. llKTIIKIlINOT'iN,
.16 I ink llace, New fork.
Before Puchaj;no ANY FORM of So-Called
Pant, at Ar'plinrrirwe!frrflnrnreNernti..rrirrriic
ari l lima.).., i,. tot lia- I'I'I.V KHSiAi IIEK
OAI.YANK' CO., Kr V..rk. K,r.,l'iriniiinaii, ,, i,r
haii Fritui-meo, Cl., f.-r llu-ir fr l,arn,lilt arid)
"Tbi Kleetrie lli iitt," atel ji.ii will nave dm, aoiira
ar.d mowy. The I'. O. Co. are I tin miv 'lealt-r. in Oeo
Hut hlvctric Appliancea i. ii m Auji-f i'ri Outinrub
now to cuke.
COLItH, ASTHMA, CKOi'P.
All disease of the Throat, Lungs an J I'ulnionaiT
USE ACCORDING ''O mittXTIOXS
Allen's Lwm Balsam.
WAUTCn WteMT.trtte.l,!l T.v
If Mil I E.U '". Lafc.of I'oxUr, HivD I,.
, tr . I iia.li, lo ra,,l. r-roM
I"-4' 0.11 ilea, raaylal Ta km iWb, u. Unut, Ma.
W Outfit sent free to thone who v,.h to on
i gage in the nioel plcaeaiit ami profitable
ItiuniK'H known. Everything Lew.
ff riital n.it required. We will furuit
v everything, llirt dayand tipward la yet
eaailv mai without arming awiiv frf.m
home over niht. No rlk whatever. Maiv new
workera wonted at oucc. Many ere. matioir fort
uuejr ai me uuainea. Lin r Diue at rr.n, Ii aa
men, and voung bora and irirl" nii.se treat t,y No
" "iiiiui! w worn miia 10 n.rue more
money every dav than ran le tiiadelti a week at any
other employment. Trior- who engii;: at OD'e
win nuri armn roan to ronune. Addrt II
HAi.Lr.ir a tu . fortlantf Mmoe
MRS. LYDIA E. P1NKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints. -
Thl preriaratlnn, aa Iti nam altrruflea, roiulatf of
ertabl Propfrlira that ar karniUaa to the nioat del
Itatelotalld. I'pon ooa trflU tb merita of thla Cora
pauod will fa nenffnJird, aa relief la Immediate i and
wfaea Ita uat la euntlnued, lo nlnetymne eaaea In a hun.
drd, apermaaotesnlaerTeotett,aatlKiariiila lll lit
tlfy. Ob acroaDt of Ita prorea merlta, it la to-day r
iKimmended and prraeribed Ly tb bent phytlclui la
It "111 tur entirely the worn form of falling
of Uat u tenia, Leueorrho-a, irregular and painful
Kraatnutloa.allOTarlanTroublea, InftaaiDiatloo and
riccratloo. Flood taga, all IHsf Urementi and the roa
arqatnt tptml wealmea, and la rapeelally adapted to
the Cbanft of Life, It will diaaolx and eipel turoort
from Uia utenuln an early tlaffe of deTeloptnent. Tlit
tendeDry to canceroua humori then li checked rt ry
tpetdlly by Ita uae.
in fact It hat prored to ba the freat
eel and beat remedy that haa eer been diacoer
ed. It permeate every portion of the tyitem, and glrea
new llfeand Tujor. It remorea f rdntneai.ftatulenry, da
troya all craelng for atlmnlanta, and rt Uerr weakacM
of the atomarh
curea Bloat inff, rieadachea, Xerrona Prott ration,
General Debility, Sleepleaaneaa, Depmtton and Indl
teatlon. That feeling of bearing down, caoalng pain,
weight and backache, to alway permanently cored by
It uae. It will at all time, and underali clrtumatan
eea, art In harmony with the law that goterni the
For Kidney Complalnta of either tei thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at t33 and SU Wektern Avenne. Lynn. MaM.
Price 1.00. Six bottles for A.oa Sent ty mall in til
form of pUla, alao in the form of Lntenirea, on receipt
of price, 11.00, per bos, for either. Mr. H.NKHAM
freely antwera all letter of Inquiry. Send for pam
phlet. Addrea a ahore Jfmtiua Ihu paper.
So family abould be without LYIHA E. I lSKtUM'
UYZR FILLS. They cure Conatlpatlon, BUlouantat
andlorpldltjof tbeUrer. tS centa per box.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholianle nevnln for LYDIA E. I'INKIIAM'S
Vt'getable ( ompounu.
I mad from a ilmnlo Trophlcal Leaf of ltara
Talne and la a POSITIVE Keuiedy for all tbo dl
eaca that dulse palm in the lower piirt of the
body for torpid Liver Headachca-Juundlcc-DlaalnfM,
Gravel, Malarin, and all other dlfflcultlci
of the Kldneye. Llvor and Urinary OrRune, For
Female; Diriva.oa. Monthly Monatruatloim, aud du
ring Prounancv, It haa no equal. It reatorc tho
rffana fhnt make thehlood, and hence i the beat
Blood l'urlfyor. It ia the only known rt medy that
cure Brlirht'e DlneRao. Hot Ulabuttl, nee War
ar'a Safe UlahoteaCure.
For eule hy DniiKUta and all dealer! at f 1.S5 per
kettle. Lament bottle In the runrkot. Try it.
H. it. WAliNKIt CO., ftocheiter, N. T.
$ Xjt. ntt'j.j.)!
THE DAETiY BULLETIN.
Cua Fowler .J'aducah
Oakland New Orleaua
E. O. KUuard NewOrlcane
Jiime W. G if m Mumpliii
Grand Tower Vli'k'hiirj:
flu Fowler I'adncab
Oiwlaud 1 Hunk
The Vint. Sliinkle had a good trip for
Tlio (iolilfn Crown and Golden City are
both about due.
The Staniird and Grand Tower came in
yesterday morning, and went to the bank.
Anchor line is being rapidly handled,
and three boats will probably be sent out
River ut 1 p.m. yesterday, 5 feet 11
inchea above low water murk ; a rise of 3
inches in the pait twenty-lour hours.
The P, Halliday delivered her cargo
to the Jue Kinney, and ha9 commenced re
ceiving for New Orleans. She will load to
The Commonwealth mhipped 300 bales
cotton ami 1,000 backs cotton seed at the
C. & V. wharfboat, and is filling up rapidly
for Vicksburg to leave to-night.
Charley Kspy is now the agent of the
Mir-sir-sippi Valley Barge Co. at Memphis.
His brother-in-law, James Burdeau, is here
agisting Col. Reardon temporarily,
Pole Hatcher, ut the War Eagle, still
holds his own, and will probably stay
another week. It is so hard for these fat
pussy fellows to get up the levee, you know.
One item of the Grand Tow er cargo was
130 horses belonging to Cooper's circus,
which she took aboard at Delta. They
were rcsbipped on the Illinois Central for
The change in the weather has dispelled
all hopes ol the opening of the river to St.
Louis and the steamboatmen, who have
lingered here, hoping to be able to go
home with their packets, are gradually
melting sadly in the direction ot the trains.
The Cincinnati Commercial having pub
lished the card of the Guiding Star, an
nouncing' her departure from that port, as
an independent packet, the directors of the
recular "O" line have become wroth there
by, and withdrawn their advertisemeet
from its columns.
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort I Ky.) physician writes:
Some months auo the daughter ot one of
our prominent cili.ens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced in flesh; terrible cough, her life
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use "Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
cf Wild Cherry,'' which she did. in a
short time she wns tree from all cough and
other symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 33 cents and fl a bottle or
0 bottles f 3. The large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
& Son. Philadelphia. Sold by druetri'sts.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver aud bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
Commences with a cold, but its curealwav
commences with the use of Sage's Catarrh
Remedy. This old, reliable and well
knowD remedy has stood the test of years,
and was never more popular than now.
Never, Xo Never.
An exchange says Ulyses S. Grant will
never be emperor, hut will always stand
high in the hearts of Ins countrvincn, oc
cupying the position that Spring Blossom
holds, in curing sick Headache, Bilious
ness, Indigestion, et. Prices: 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
A Down Town Merchant havini?
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed
by the agonies and cries of a suffering
child, and becoming convinced that Mrs.
vunslow s soothing fcyrup was just the
article needed, procured a sunnlv lor thn
- ( a . .
child. On reaching home and acquainting
his wife with what he had done she re
fused to have it administered to the child
as she was strongly in favor of Hoimr
pathiv. That niulit the child rmssod in
suffering, and the parents without sleep.
ueturning nome tr.c tiny loiiowing, the
father found the baby titill worse: and
while contemnlatinir another sleenlnss
night, the mother stepped from the room
to attend to some domestic mines, and lett
the father with the child. During her ab
sence he administered a liortion of thn
Soothing Syrup to the baby and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
the little fellow awoke in tho morning
bright and Iibppv. . Tho mother was tin.
lighted with tho midden and wonderful
chango, and although at first offended at tho
deception practiced upon Her, lias contin
ued to use tho the Svrun. and suffering crv.
ing babies and restless nights have disap
peared, A Pinclo trial af the Svrun nnvpr
yet failed to relievo the baby, and over
come tho prejudices of the mother. Sold
by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle. (0)
A Tttstor Made Happy.
I have been creatlv trnuhlnrl with n
kidneys nnd liver over twenty years, and
during that entlro time-1 waa novcr frco
from nnin. Mv inndir.nl billa wr nnnrm.
ous, and I visitor! both tho Hot and Whito
ppnngs, noted for tho cureorivo qualities of
tho water. I Am hannv to anv T mn nnw
well man, nnd entirely as tbo result of
Warner's Safe Kidnoy and Liver Cure.
With such glorious re?iults I am only too
5 lad to testify regarding tho remedy which
as mado me so hnppy.
(Uev.) P. F. IiAitXLR,
Coal Run Crossing, ArkanBai.
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
Qniet Lives. . ....., .
In a valley, centuries ago,
Grew a little fern leaf, green and ilender-
Velulng delicate, and ntirei tender,
Wavlug v, lieu the wind crept down o low.
Itushos tall, aud moil and gras grew round It t
l'laj fill tunhearas darted In and found It;
Drop of dew stole down by night aud crowned It
Ilut no foot of man e'er came that way
Kurth wa ouhb and keeping holiday.
Monaster fishes awamthe client main,
Biaiely foreata waved their giant branches,
Mountain hurled their snowy avalanches,
Mammoth creature stalked across the plain;
Nature reveled In grand myslerlca;
llut tlio little fern was not of these,
Did not number with the bills and tree,
Only grew and waved its sweet, wild wayi
No one came to note It day by day.
Earth, one time, put on a frolic mood,
Heaved tho rocks and changed the mighty mot lot
Of the deep, strong currents of the ocean ;
Moved the; plain and shook the haughty wood;
Crushed the little fi-rn In soft, uiolat clay.
Covered It, and hid It safe away.
Ohl the long, long centuries since that day!
Oh, the cha.-tires! oil, life' hitter cost!
Since the useless Utile fern was lost.
L'seleas? Lost? There cam a thoughtful man,
Searching nature's aecrets, fur aud deep;
From a Ssvure in a r,x ky steep
He withdrew a stone, o'er which there ran
Fairy penclllniis, a quaint design,
Leafape, reining, fibres, clear and fine.
And the fern's life lay in every Hue!
So, I think, Ood hides some souls away.
Sweetly to surprise us the Last Day I
Two Little Wooden Show.
bt Mart a. wooiurr.
'Two little wooden shoes!"
Two little lalry feet.
Treading the Mower and dews.
lever a fuwn so frcet.
Two little brown-howl hand
(lather the hud i,f June;
No seraph 'mid angel-bandi
Could rival her touch and her tune.
Cradled In llly-hed white,
I iu.t on the 'sluggish aiream.
Following the hints In their fllirht.
To wonder, to watch, and to dream.
Stringing the dahy chain,
Trying the white "Marguerite,'
Studying in Joy or In nam
Nature') horoscope, hitler or tweet.
Tired are the tint feet.
Heavy the weary tread,
Huahed Is the voire o sweet,
Bowed the goldeu head.
"Two little wooden aline,"
Two faded rose-bud within.
Laden with sorrowful news
liornetotli banuisof sin.
Oh. men of power and might!
oh, woman of shame and slnl
List to this put e spirit's flight.
And crush the mad demon within!
Principalities, nceptre and power
Fade out in their reiral hues,
While throned In the aunllirht and flowers,
bund the two little woru wooden thoes.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
A leader of a band of robbers in the
Mahratta district, India, was, several
years ago, converted to Christianity,
lie studied for the ministry, nnd is now
the pastor of a church in Watwal.
The first cloth ever made? in this coun
try wo manufactured in 17'JO, at Hart
ford. Conn., by Jeremiah Wadsworth,
and the first suit made out of it was
worn by George Washington.
An iron church, forty by twenty feet
in sie, was sent from London, Eng., to
the Esquimaux, and after being two
years on the way at length reached its
destination, ami was dedicated. .
When Jenny Lind visited America the
famous caricaturist Cham nnmsed him
self by representing an American walk
ing about with his Tiand in a glass cae.
"I do not use it any longi-r, said the
American, "since Jerniv Lind has shook
Olc Bull, by his last will, bemieathei
to tin- Museum of Bergen, Nonvav, a
number of his jewels, medals and decor
at ions, given him in the course of his
long professional career by Kings, Em-
pi'i-ors anil other titled personages. ,, In
cluded in the bequest is the golden
crown, set with diamonds nnd pearls,
presented to him some ten years ago by
llll.ril 111 CVIII ITUIICISCO.
A fanner away down in Maine mnr-
ried u love of a school girl, who didn't
know the lirt thing about housekeep
ing or farming. When lie took her
home she neglected her household du
ties, and went ranging about the farm
"botanizing1 and studying geology.
The neighbor's wives did not like lier,
but before they knew it she had discov
ered on her husband's land a mine
In southern California tho tomato is
perennial. A vine in Ios Angels has
been trained over tho sunny wide of a
house, and is now twenty-live feet high
It has bios .as nnd uUho same time
fruit in all stages of growth. In San
Buencvcntura a grape vine, planted
seventeen years ago, measures forty
inches around the etem, and covers nn
area of about eighty feet. It yields an
annual crop of about ono thousand
pounds, single clusters averaging three
and n half pounds.
II. Currier, of Biddeford. Me., one of
the proprietors of the Biddeford Ma
chine Works, is having constructed for
his own use a steam road-wagon, which.
ii cApccicu to iiisiKe gocm nine on any
ordinary highway. The vehicle looks
very much like an ordinary wagon, ex
cept that it litis no shafts, a net weighs
but 4.30 pounds. It Is designed to run
'25 miles without having the lire re
newed, ami w ill cost about $ 100.
John J.Maeohv, his wife, and only
child, a little girl of 4 years, live in
Philadelphia. They had in their em
ploy a servant girl of Scotch extraction
named Mary Campbell. She professed
to bo warmly attached to tho family,
nnd by her actions led Mr. nlid Mrs.
Jaeoby to believe that she passionately
loved their little Mamie. Some time
ago Mrs. Jaeoby received a letter from
relatives at Bordentown, N. J., inform
ing her that her mother was lying at
the point of death. Being an only
child she hastened to the beilsldo of her
imrents, leaving her child at homo with
Iter nurse and husband. After spend
ing u week iu Brodentown Mrs. Jaeoby
telegraphed to her husband to come
Immediately. Ho did so. When they
returned homo they found the house
deserted, and ut once Instituted a search
for their little daughter ami tho servant
girl, but without avail. On the follow
ing morning Mr. Jaeoby, whllo making
preparations to renew tho search, had
her attention drawn to a knot tied In
one corner of tho table-cloth, ami upon
untying It, a note In the servant's hand
writing fell to tho floor. It read:
Mamie's lu tho children's department
of the almshouse, and I've gono away."
Tho Jueobys lost no tlnni In reaching
the almshouse, where they found tho
darling, and after a great deal of trouble
succeeded It reclaiming tho child.
I MMHHI ! Met
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::::::::Sold by PAUL G. SCHUH,' CAlMLS." 3
r'w'w t"i':v,v:;',": . Q.....
C0S11 ENKSS::::: :riMPLES AND BLOTCllEaEH
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 billions. fever might have been cured.
If he Spring Blossom hud, procured.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
ft self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station I), New York City.
Geo. Mkukdith, Jersey City, wnles:
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 aguin able to go to school
and is as lively as a cricket. I shall
certainly recommend it to all my friends.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neive Diseases,
All tits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
CriAs. L. Rossitlr. 193 Summit street,
Toledo, Ohio, says: I would not take one
thousand dollars for my Excelsior Kidney
Pad, if I could not get another. I have
gained in three months thirty pounds. See
A Modern Poet.
What is a modern poet's fate, to write his
thoughts up a slate,
The critic spits on what is done, gives it a
wipe and all is gone,
Like Rheumatism from our bodies fly,
When Thomas' Eclectric Oil we try.
Sold by Paul G. Schuh.
It is said that some of the alkaloids
which enter into the combination of Fel
low's Hypophosphities, are 'extracted from
trees which attain to a great age, and that
this fact suggested to Mr. -Fellow the idea
of their employment. Whether the success
of tbe preparation is due to this, we are not
prepared to say, but the idea is a good one.
JOR MEMPHIS & VICKSBURG,
The Fine Steamer
Will leave Cairo for Memphis and Vickuburg on
Wednesday Evening Dee. 1st,
From Xo. 3 tvbarfboat
THOS. W. SHIELDS, Acent.
QAIRO CITY', FERRY CO.
THREE frtgPkC! STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until tnrthcr
notice the ferryboat will make tripe aa folio we;
LIAVIk . LIAVBS LAVB
Fot Fourth at. Mlaeouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:oo a. m. 8:Wa. m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a. m, 10:30 a. m. 11. m.
4:00 p. m.. 2:.l0p. m. a p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:3lp.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 3:40 p.m.' 3p.ra
BOOTS AND. SHOES
Manufacturer and dealer in Cuetom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes for Boys'and
Men's wear to be
found in tho city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. B. All work warranted, and Itopalrlni; neatly
aono on euott notice.
IiMo-litli ttf Between Commercial aud
'jlgJUil Ol., Wanliliiglon Aye.
gOOTS AND SHOES.
All borts, Styles and Sites at
C. K OC H'S,
Manufacturer and doaler
In the finest IUnd Scwod and Pegged Boot! and
Shoes of all the latest ilylci, from tbe belt -
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturer!. Uan tbe largest and beat icleetcd
itock to be found In the city for
Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowest poislbte prlcei. Always on band
a complete alock ufa leather and Undlngn.
No. 8ft Commercial Ave, I Puiivt Til
Bet. ma aud BixtU su, f t ttiTUi 111a
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Meet iiiiiiiliMMItiiii,li ........
tolthMffi&wlVM0mhlC "kcn"'e8 f eXlrcmcly 'h4d " bcfore -terenre. .nd mailed
DR. J. A. SHERMAN
2ol Broadway, Cor. Murray Street. N. Y.. and 4.1 Milk Sfrw p.
Beware of certain confidence men and Impoetors who represent themaelveg an Dr. Sherman
EC LECTBIC OIL!
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OP IT.
Geo. Mutchlcr, Marion, P., says: It beats everything he has ever tried for Rheumatisw
- Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion, Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of f
W. X. Palmer, 149 Morgan street, Bufitlo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken with a
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at hand",
I began giving it according to directions, and it gave immediate relief, and the child
slept well the remainder ot the night. I have used it iu my family with complete
success. ' " I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go toTAUL G. SCHUH, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, rmce 15 cents. .
"Cure Your Backache.
And ill tiinr'ttrtg of tho Kldneve, Bladder and
Urwary Organ by wearing the
Improved .ExjIsior Kidney-Pad
It la a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple Sensible, Direct, Pain
It C'TJIiKS wbere all cfaofalla. A KEVET.A.
TION ami REVOLUTION In Mefllrlne. Aborp-
iu ur uirvct application, aa oppoaea to tin
eatlHfttctory Internal medicines. Send for onr
truatlee on Kidney trouble,, ecnt free. Sold by
dructriata, or sent by mail, on receipt of price, Si.
niuu Kiduev Kd loi Madison Street,
Ank for It and CHICAGO. ILL.
take no other.
Manager! for the Northwect.
'.'.COMPOUND SYRUP OF
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CURES
Congestion of the Lungs, Bronchitis, Consump
tion, Nurvotii Prostration. Sbortnesi of Breath,
Palpitation of tne Heart, Trcuibllngof the' Hundi
and Limbs, Physical and Mental Depression, Loss
of Appetlto, Lou of energy, Lost of Memory, It
will rapidly Improve the woakneis. funcltoni and
organs of the body, which depend for health upon
voluntary, semi-voluntary and involuntary nervous
It acli with vigor, gentleness and subtlety, owing
to tho exquisite harmouy of It Ingredlonti. akin to
ptiro blood itself, It taste pleasant, and Iti effect
St. Joiik. N n.
Mr. Jamei I. Fellows, Chemist, St. John, N.B,
Dear Sir: Jlavltiir nied your Cnmnound Svrun
of Byp)plioihlte for sometime In my practice, I
have no hesitation In recommending R to mv pa
tient who are sufferltiB from general debliltv. or
any dlaease of thw lungs, kuowiag that even ln
cases utterly Oopelesi, It affonls relief.
I am, nr, youra truly, II. u. AOU V, H. D.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
, . w . "'I t MmHM
.Me rr;( .
"... . )
tea 1T"i II H alt
PRICE 50 cents anS $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Frccmans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 6
Cnres by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
It DRIVES INTO the intern cnratlve agents
and healing medicine.
It DRAWS FROM the diseased parta the poisons
that ranse death.
TUOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't despair until yon have tried this sensible,
Easily Applied and RADICALLY K
F E 6 T U A L Remedy
Sold by druggists, or lent by mall on receipt of
price, t J.Oii, by ,
book ' Threl lo4 JIadison Street,
SentZe1'"'' CHICAGO, ILL.
Managers for the J?orthwct.
h NEVER-FAILING REMEDY
For Chills and Fever, Bilious and In
termittent Fevers, Dumb Ague,
and all Malarial Diseases.
Stop taking Poisonous Drag!
Stop taking deaf-producing Qulalst)'
Stop taking bone-letroylng AUionryt
Stop taking dangsroui ruiionst
Standard Care) contain no Qolnlaot
Standard Cure) eontalni no Mercury I
Standard Car oontaln no Poison I
Standard Cur Is pleasant to take I
PRICE 50 CENTS PER BOX.
Standard Cure Co.114 Nassau stN.Y,
And by Druggists.
Benj. F. Grafton, 8tory B. Ladb
Halbrrt E. Pains.
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TAINE, GRAFTON & LADD, 1
AttornoriatLaw and Solicitor! of A Baric sad
Foreign Patents. t
412 fiftii street, wasbIkutok.d.o. ,
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