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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY- MORNING,'.'' DECEMBER 3, 1880.'
THE I)AEAr BUIjLETIN.
Aid the usual Purgative, Is plcuant to take,
AiM w;ll i urn t '.nee tlm m'l iul l lumilm
fcralem llrnovnlor ainl lemiwr ilmi k t
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lloii. lilllouaiirM, llcmliK'lii', lIU . itml uil
liuonkt uruilti tfimi uil vbilructtd tl,itt itj )(';,
it i iiicnuiiarbly the eurnrli r.:tttnt. AV't'l lu
lulu rm: inti'w 'i r't(iri!i lb'- nrin'li ealk-d ( r.
T UOI'lt -I'HI IT LAAIIVK I. fill up In
timuwl tin Im'I" milr. I'm wi cent.. A-k jf'tir
di iiKtii.l ('.if liecntUvir I'aini'hti-t, or leMnr. the i.iw
iirlttur, J. B. IlElMT.IllN.IT'.N,
a I'm U l'le, S V'irk.
DtfCHt PjRCHA5.ua ANY FORM or So-Cueo
Hr. l,or Ap!'lliicwwinf'flnf iir" ST'ii,''hrniiii
Ul-I HM-Wll iJIWHWm, M-ml ! I lit- ITI. V K It M At II E tl
(tALVAMC CO., NrwYink, N. Y ( we.uiuti, O., ..r
u Framivn, I )., I t tln-lr h'ttt I'ani .tj il mi l
"Th Electric Review," uml von will av'.. umt, hinith
wnri. Th K i. Co. ale til mUy di-iti l ill Oen
IL ElrCUiC AppluiKtS Ml th AwrlK'MI C-.Mll.eUl
how to cuke.
COLl'S, ASTHMA, CROn.
All disease of the Throat, Lung" and Pulmonary
USE ACCOUlMNO r(i DIRECTIONS.
Allen's Lung Balsam.
l.Klli(.IT'T.rlir, um'I T.t,
orc, iiftiLf roQr. ttlforibf t.-
HC. . t'f MOjIiI.. If f.Mllll.1. tTl.Clt
U.IU In., l'nWl Im It l buAl, VI. Lewi, Al.
sv Outfit sent free to tnoee who wish to en
L. gage Id toe mii pleasant and profitable
1 luu.itvM known. r."Tvtlilriif new
r I L anital not renulred. We will furnish
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easlir made without' staving anv frutn
home over night. No rink, whatever. Many new
workers wanted at unte. Mmiv are making fort
unes at the business. Ladles make as much at
men. and onus bora aud iririi mow- tri'at j y . No
one wco inwmint: to wiitk laim to nia t more
money every day than rati be tLaileln mreli at any
otlitr employment. luoe uliuoiii'i at ui'
will flurt a fhort mad to funune. .ddria 11
HALLtTT A CO.. l'ortlacd Slait.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIHKHAMZ
CF LYNN, MASS.
. 'I' 4 . '"TW
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
TliU tirrranitifln. a ita luuna alirniflrt, eoiuiata of
Vegetable Itxi rtle that ar hanulru to th moat del
inieinTalM. Vpon one trial the menu of thu Com
pouod will be recotfnlird, a relief li nune41ate ; and
vbn Ita uac ti continued, In nlrx-ty nine cae in a hun.
dret, apermaaentrun laeffeetedAsthounanila will tea
tify. On areount of ita (iroren merit., It I. Lvdy re
eommended and preeoriUd by th bet pbydcians In
It U1 rare entirely the wont form of falling
of the utenu, teucorrhira, lrreirular and painful
Jienatroatlun.allOraruuiTroublea, Inflammation and
llreratlon, Floodlnsi, all liUflacementi and tba eon
at)uent aplnal weakneaa, and la eapeelally adapted to
tbe Chang of Life. It will diwole and expel tumnra
from the uterualn an early itaire of deeeloptnent. The
tendenry to eaneeroua buutori there la checked eery
peedlly by ita ue,
In fart It hue rrTd to be tbe great
eat and teat remedy that baa evr r been dlacorer
ed. It permeatte every portion of tbe ayrtetn, and give
new Uf eand rigor. It remove! falntneaa.flatulenry, de
atroyaalleraruig for atlmulanta, and rellerea weakneaa
of Ue atomarh
curea Dloatlng, ncadachee, Srrvoua Proatrarlon,
Oeneral Debility, Sleepleaaneta, Depremion and Indl
geatlon. That feeling of bearing down, cauulng pain,
weight and barlcacbe, la alwaya permanently cured by
Itauae. ItwlllataUtlniea.andunderaU eirrum.tan
cea, aet In harmony with tbe law that gorerna th
For KJdncyComplainta of either aei thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at 333 and Vi Weatern Avenue. Lynn. Mara,
Price $1.00. Six bottled for J.00. (k nt by mall In th
form of pllla, alim In the form of Lnicnm, on receipt
of price, f 1.00, per box, for either, lira. I'LVKRAX
freely antwera all lettera of Inquiry , Send fur pam
phlet. AddreeaaaaJior llentiun thit paprr.
Ho family rhould be without LYDIA E. PINK RAM'
LPnSR PILLS. They cure Conrtlwtlon, Biliuuaneaa
and Torpidity of the Llrer. UccnUpt rboi,
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholomle airetila for LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Ifmailo from a almnlo TroplilcHl Leiif of Dnro
Value and la ii POSITIVE lloniecly for all the din
oac that cnusu nitln tn Ihu lower pnrt of tho
body for torpid I.Ivor lleadiichoa Jaundice
UixxIni'aa.Gritvel, Malurln, oml allotlHirdiniculilea
of the Kldneya. Mvur and Urinary Oriiitua. For
Kumnlo JJitcaa e. Monthly MoiiMriiiitlunn, and ilu
rltK I'reitimnov, It hna no equnl. It reiiorea the
ri;.kiia t lint make the hlood, and lionca ia the boat
Jllood Pnrliyer. It la the only known rimed)' tliut
ciirna Hrlulit'a Dlavnaa, For Dlabulta, ueo Wnr
Bar' Sale Dlnbetea Curo.
For lain by DrtiKulata and oil dealer! nt JI.'J." per
bottle. Lrieat bottle In the market. Try it.
U, U. WAKNKIt St, CO., Kochcitor, N. V.
LoulMnna'fl rice crop fs estimated .
Thfi'o nre eighty-two Monnon
fliurcliiM in Englanil ami Ireland.
It isi said that there are 1,200 profess
ing Christian!! among tho Chinese, on
tho l'lieiHc const.
nroiiNoii Aleolt, tho author, Is a veg
etarian, and has not tasted animal food
for hulf a century.
Moody and Xiinkey singing books
liavu made their upjicarttneu in the in
terior of Africa.
The Egyptians made glass and color
ed it beautifully three thousand years
More money is spent in two months
forpolitienl purposed on each Presiden
tial campaign than is actually collected
for religious purposes in two years.
The Lord stands no kIiow by the side of
a Presidential candidate.
At a Newport dinner-party a lady
guest was so unfortunate as to bnak a
plate belonging to a rare set of French
china. 'The lady insisted upon either
mending or replacing it, but finding
both impossible she was obliged to send
abroad and duplicate the entire dinner
set of over iiOO pieces. .
The latent stories told of the King of
Havana do not indicate that be is no
longer eccentric. His present idea is
to resemble Louis XIV., and he is hav
ing a imlace built copied after that of
Versailles, and which will cost 75,000,
000 marks. Some time Kinco he caused
a certain General of his suite to be
aroused at 2 o'clock in the morning to
play a game of billiards. The General
was sleepy, and was unable to keep
from yawning during the game. The
King said nothing, but the next day the
General was placed on the retired list,
"for having been wanting in respect to
According to the Lyons (France) Mtd
icale, the marriageable age in Austria
is 14 for both sexes; in Germany 18 for
men and 14 for women; in Belgium, 18
for men and 15 for women; in Spain,
14 for men and 1 ii for women ; in France,
18 for men and 15 for women; in Greece,
14 for men and 12 for women; in Cath
olic Hungary, 14 for men and 12 for
women: in "Protestant Hungary, 18 for
men and 15 for women; in Italy, 18 for
men and 15 for women: in Portugal, 14
for men and 12 for women: in Russia,
Romania and Saxony, 18 for men and
1C for women.
In Tallahassee and other rvmthern
cities, it is usual, durinj: the Latching
sea-son of the mocking-bird, to steal
young birds fmni the n-l, to be train
ed ffr singer. As only about two in a
hundred live, an early extermination
of these birds is probao'.e. A Florida
paper Mtgge.ts t! at a law be enacted
ca'.;::- ol young moclt-
Few men die of age. Almost all die
of disappniriini! nt. pa:un. mental or
bodily toil, or aod h-nts. The passions
kill men sometime, even suddenly.
The common expression choked with
pa.sio?i has little exaggeration in it, for
even though n t suddenly fatal, strong
passions shorten life. Strong-bodied
men often die young: weak men live
longer than the strong, for the strong use
their strength and tin' weak have none
to use. The la'.'.er take care of them
selves, the former do not. As it is with
the body, so it is with the mind and
temper. The strong are apt to break,
or, like the candle, to run, the weak to
burnout. The inferior animals, which
live temperate lives, have generally their
prescribed number of years. The horse
lives twenty-live; theo'x fifteen ortwer
ty; the dug ten or twelve; the rabbit
eight; the guinea oig six or seven.
These numbers all near a similar pro
portion to the time the animal takes to
grow to its full size. But man, of the
animals, is one that seldom lives this
average. He ouglu to live a hundred
years, according to the physical law,
for live times twenty are one hundred
but instead of that. 'he scarcely reaches
on an average four times his growing
period: the cat six times; the rabbit
even eight times the standard of meas
urement. The reason is obvious man
is not only the most irregular and the
most intemperate, but the most labori
ous and hard worked of all the animals,
lie is also the most irritable of all an
imals; and there is no reason to be
lieve, though we can not tell what an
animal secretly feels, that, more than
any other animal, man cherishes wrath
to 'keep it warm, and consumes him
self with the lire of his own secret re
flection. During an excursion to the White
Mountains, made in July, 1879, Mr. V.
II. Pickering visited a moving mass of
snow in Tuekerman ravine, which he
describes as presenting many of tho
phenomena of an Alpine glacier, only
on a greatly reduced scale. The sur
face of the snow was convex, being
highest at the middle; where not expos
edto the sun it was very hard, and dif
fereed from ice only in color. Stones
previously placed upon the surface of
the patch showed that tho middle had
a motion of about eight inches per day,
the sides moving more slowly. In Mr.
Pickering's opinion it corresponds with
tho upper portion of a glacier, and
might, perhaps, bo called an incipient
A frcc-lunch liend was fatally pois
oned in Boston bv eating some cheese
on tho bar which he afterward learned
had been compounded with some rat
poison. Neither the man's name nor
tho saloon arc known, ho having died
in a drug gtore before un antidote could
When a tribe of Bedouins goes out to
light It is their custom to place ono or
two young maidens on tho best horses
at tho front. These dusky Amazons
encourage the desert cavaliers by their
cries and gestures, and plunge into the
thick of tho fight. Wherever the dam
Bols load tho Arab chivalry follows, but
if they are killed or captured their fol
lowers lose heart and retreat.
It. T. Dexter
C, W, Aailcjon...
Golden Crown ...
Gin Fowler. Paducah
Jenulo Wltbrow South
Aanle Kelley St. I.ouli
Ptonard St. Loiili
War Eagle St. I ojU
Com m on weal t b N ew Orlenna
C, W. Andcraon Nnvbvillu
Golden Crown NewOrli'&Di
The Commonwealth had a good trip for
The Golden City will be hero to-day for
The War Eagle and Jdc Kinney started
for St. Iuiaycstciday.
Commodore Kountz was in town Monday
on bis way to St. Louis.
The W. P. Hallidny will probably j;et
away some timo to-night for New Orleans,
She is rapidly filling out.
Anchor line shipments by rail from St.
Louis have been suspended for the present,
the opening of navigation rendering it un
necessary. The Golden Crown had a fair trip for
New Orleans, and would fill out in Madrid
bend. She was aground thirty-six hours at
River at 1 p.m. yesterday, 10 feet 1 inch;
a rise of 38 inches in the past twenty-iour
hours. Rivers running into the Ohio are
Dipatches received hero yesterday even
ing, state that the river is gorged at Ruth
Tower, forty miles below St. Louis, with
but three feet at Cape Girardeau. The
Annie P. Silver had not reached the gorge
at noon yesterday, but the Rucker had been
forced back to Chester. As the river is
rising rapidly at St. Louis, the obstruction
will be temporary only.
The great Golden City came in from New
Orleans at 1 o'clock a.m., and follows the
Golden Crown back. Captain Hegler says
the Anchor Line is a great school. Every
thing is done on shore except carrying a
cargo, and all tbe captain has to do is to
pull the bell-rope, in the performance of
which duty he has had time to study a
number of new and graceful positions, some
of which he expects to have photographed
for the benefit of the craft on the Ohio
river. Cincinnati Times-Star. Captain
Hegler has a few of the above photos on
hand, which lie will have on sale at the
wharfbeat to-day. Applicants should put
in an early appearance, as the demand is
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:
Some months ago the daughter ot one of
our prominent citizens 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 was tree from all cough and
other symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 25 cents and $1 a bottle or
6 bottles f j. The large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
tfc Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druggists.
An occasional dose of "Swayne's Pills"
should be taken to keep the bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Sold by all the Cairo
Wm. II. Pvixen, Fowlcrville, Mich.,
says: I have not rested better for months
than I did last night. The "Only Lung
Pad" has helped me wonderfully. See
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is a remarkable remedy for all those
painful complaints and weakness so com
mon to our best female population. Send
to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
The Cairo Prices Current.
Office Washington Avenue,
Tm Cairo Pbicis-Cubuent la published every
Tuesday ond Friday from tho office of Tub Cairo
Bulletin, and la Intended to Rive a truo report of
the condition of tho market on day of publication,
and the publisher trueta that full and complete
quotation will be given by the business men of the
TEHMS. Ono cent per copy. On all orders of
IS or more, of samo ditto, the subscriber's name
will be printed without extra charge Orders for
xtra copies must be received by 10 o'clock a. .,
a day of publication.
Thursday, Evening, Dec. 2, 1880.
The weather is warm and the atmosphere
clear. In place of the snow and ice of last
week, our streets are now a sea of mud.
The river is clear of ice to St. Louis, but
the water is so low and navigation so un
certain and dangerous, that largo boats will
hardly attempt J run above Cairo.
Wo noto aOTidvancc in trcight rates that
took place last week.
FLOUR Tho mnrkct is steady, but very
quiet. The bulk of transactions is in fill
ing orders for tho south.
HAY Receipts have increased, and tho
market is fairly supplied with all grades.
Tho demand continues good and prices
CORN Tho market is bare; not enough
white comes in to keep tho mills supplied.
Prices are steady and firm. '
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f.ttt.tett ( ( Mtt I tttttM
OATS Receipts are light and the de
mand steady and active. Prices are firm at
MEAL Firm, scarce and in active re
quest. BRAN None received on consignments.
Stocks arc all held at the mills.
BUTTER Choice is in active demand at
EGGS Receipts are large and stocks are
accumulating. Prices are getting down to
a reasonable figure. '
CHICKENS All kinds are dull, and
especially is this so with live which nre
TURKEYS The market is overstocked
APPLES Prices are not quite so good
as last week. Choice continue in good de
mand. POTATOES Choice table potatoes are
in demand. Very scarce and command;
GAME The market is overstocked with
deer and game of all kin 3s. Prices are
low, owing to the change in the weather,
making it difficult to preserve stocks.
HOGS The demand is good for both
live and dressed.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. Tbe Dnrci Here Riven are tor tales from
first bands In round lota. An advance li
charted for broken lota in nllingordera.
M) bolt Patent - 7 00
3do bbla Various OOfcn r.0
100 " country tancy ; 5 50
4"0 " various grade 4 S0S 00
100 " choice..... 5 SO
100 " choice 5 255 35
SO " XXXX S 25
4 cars prime Timothy......
8 cara choice Timothy
6 cars gilt edce
2 car choice Ked Top
2 curs good miied .........
1 car mixed tn sacks
2 cara mixed, bulk
2 cara white, in lulk
1 cara white, iu lacks
2 cara In bulk
2 cars in aitcka
4 cara choice in bulk id
Red, D. r tu 1 001 f5
Win to 1 10
3U bbla City....
2 15&2 91
5X aacka, delivered.
Ti'O pounds 'Northern roll
& J pounds Northern
4K) pounds Illinois
5no pounds choice roll
) pounds choice roll
3U0 pounds Southern Illinois...
500 dozen 28
aiw " - 2s
3u0 " 28
80 dozen live, perdoz
Live per pound
r ocas oo
l,5uu pounds Dressed, per pound
5 coops pood mixed chickens....
30 dozen, dressed
10 " live geese
12 " ducts
5 " Hens....
.1 502 00
.1 75412 00
Per head SXg.10
40 bbls.- 3 75
5') barrels 2 25
51 bushels U
Perbbl 7 50
50 bbls choice 2 25
CO bhls. fancy 2 25
50 bbla. varieties 1 75Q2 50
SO " choice Wine Sups. 185
Per barrel 5 50G8 00
Venison carcass 5
" saddles.. 8
Wild turkeys each - 40 50
Qnaila per dozen fi W.1 00
Half do 9
Pressed bone, choice 5
Live ' "
Dressed, " common 44
Dry salt Shoulders 5
" Hams 0
" Clear sides
' Clear Rib Sides
A ounce burlaps. 2Vi bushels
Oat sacks, ti bushels
Peaches, halves and u.uarters
, 1 b)
f) B It-i0
V lb...... W'o
Calf, Green 12
Dry Flint 18
Dry Salt 14
Green Salt 0i7
Green - . A
Sheep Pelts.. -.... 10&10
...ti 50tf&5 00
6 MK& 5 bO
.. 5 V,t 50
.. e ml 1 40
,., 8 OIKu, 8 50
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Memphis New Orleans way
15 eta Kkcts 22ctt
30 " 35" 45 eta
40 " 50" OTHCta
Hay per Cwt
Pork per bbl
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snEllMAN-AM) T IE ONLY Dlt. SHERMAN known to tho public for tbe pant 85 yeors
for hiaaiii-craaftil method of treating Hupture without the annoyance and Injury trnsaca In
a conniilted at bU olllce, St. I.ouli, Mu until thetfitnof December, after tbut at hl NeW
OIHre adorer In tho St. I.ouls city newapupera.
George. Attnrnev-at-Law. Kent. 1'riliin i'n . Inwn trnnturi liv rw Ktni,mnn . v.i- c t..i.
flirt, may bo
YorkolhYe. Olllre address In tho ht. Louis cltv
Mr. B V. George, Attnrney at Law, Kent. Union
rtl -1..-. ..ii' ... . .. I . . . " - - -
lice, writes: "Having used vour Ittit)tur treatment, ami Imvl n (f tn'CTi ruirtnum ti 1 1 on wt,A T I. ....
spoken hl-hly of its merits anil recommend It to my
l)r. Kherman la the discoverer ol the only known cure for Rupture by local externul treatment.
No munissafo who has a Rupture, no matter how liisiu'iilllcant he may consider it. for every man who
has died from It once riatteu-d himself that it was hut a trilling ailment; and every man who now Buf
fers from it and the Injury of trusses, to auch an extent that life has no enjoyments, once regarded It as
unworthy special attention. It is not a stand-still alllicllon ; It is steadily progressive, even unto death,
and he Is wise who takes tho necessary steps to be t llcctuully relieved of It before the day ofsailerlne and
gloom comes upon him
Patient from abroad cun receive treatment and leave for homo same day. During treatment any kind
of active exercise or lubor can bo performed without Interfering with the treatment, and with safety
from the (lungers of strangulated Rupture HIS BOOK ON RUPTURE gives the most reliable
proofs from distinguished professional gentlemen, clergymen and merchants of his successful practice
and popularity therclroni throughout this country atd the West Indies. The afflicted should read it and
It Is illustrated with photographic llkenessc of extremely bad case before and aftercurc, and mailed
to those who scud 10 cents.
DR. J. A.SHERMAN
251 Broadway, Cor. Murray Street, N. Y., and 43 Milk Street, Boston.
Beware of certain confidence men ind Impostor who represent themselves as Dr. Sherman
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY.0F IT.
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, O., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 149 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,
slept well the remainder ot the night. I
Sold by all Drug-gists.
Go to PAUL G. SCHUII, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cents.
Cure Your Backache.
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder uud
Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It is a MARVEL of nEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It CLTIKS where all else fails. 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 tronbles, sent free. Sold by
druggists, or sent by mail, on receipt of price, f'J,
This is the BATES & HAKLEY,
Kidney d 134 Madison Street,
Ask for it and CHICAGO, ILL.
take no other.
Managers for the Northwest.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CURES
Congestion of tho Lungs, Bronchitis, Consump
tion, Nervous Prostration. Shortness of Breath,
Palpitation of the Heart, Trembling of the Hands
and Limbs, Physical and Mental Depression, Los
of Appetite, Loss of energy, Loss of Memory. It
will rapidly Improve the weakness, f'lucllons and
organs of the body, which depend for health upon
voluntary, seuil-voluutary and Involuntary nervous
It act with vigor, gentleness and subtlety, owing
to the exquisite harmony of its Ingredients, akin to
pure blood itself, It taste pleasant, and It etl'ect
D BB1LIT Y.
St. Joint, N. B.
Sir. Jamc I. Fellows, Chemist, St. John, N il,
Dear Sir: Having used your Compound Syrup
of Bypcpbosphltes for soma time in my practice, I
have no hesitation In recommending it to my pa
tten' who are suffering from geuerttl debility, or
any disease of the lungs, knowing that even In
cases utterly bopelrss, It aflords relief.
I am, sir, your truly, U. G. ADDY, M. D,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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Co.. Iowa, ti
- , - - - , - ..... - . .v ...-,... n,,H inn nfc. Ajiiuin
everything lie has ever tried for Rheumatism
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of 8
Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at hand,
and it gave immediato relief, and the child
have used it in my f'imily with complete
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freeman,' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
I Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
A 11 LUNG DISEASES,
A I THROAT DISEASES.
It DRIVES INTO the yteni curative ajenti
and healing medicines.
It DRAWS FROM tbe diseased parts the poisons
that cause death.
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Pon't despair until yon have tried this sensible,
Easily Applied and RADICALLY EF
Sold by druggists, or sent by mall on receipt of
price. $2.0, by
ni,! ..$' n "ATKS & HAKLEY,
omuls and our r.j.. 0l. ' ,
134 Madison Street,
book ' Thrco
Millions a Year'
Managers for the Northwest.
Obtained for new Inventions, or for improvements
on old sues; for medical or other compounds, trade
mark and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
ferences, Appeals, Suit for Infringements, and
all case arising under the Patent Law, prompt
ly attendod to. Inventions that have been
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