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THE DAIJjY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Rdltwi In lha Intereet of Din Cairo Public Library.
M UN, UOMEN AND HOOK'S.
OHKIKN OK ILI.LHTHIOi:H MUN.
ColuinlniH wiih tlio son of a weaver.
I'Yiinklh) was the son of a tallow i ljinnller.
AVIiilfleld was the son of a tavern-keeper.
Cardinal Wolsey wustlieson ot n butcher,
liinliop Hull was the son of a faniicT.
Catherine, EmpreBS of Hussiii, was a
ShakHpeiire was the son ot a wood Kt.tp--r.
Virgil was the son of aportt.r.
Milton was the son of a note-broker.
liiriiM was a plowman.
Mahomet was a driver of asses,
Claude Lorainc was the son of a pantry
John Jacob Afetor was an apple dealer.
Cincinnutus was a fanner.
1 lomer was the sou of a farmer.
Oliver Cromwell was the son of a brewer.
Horace was the son of a shopkeeper.
Confucius wus a carpenter.
Terence was a slave.
No one, however rich and powerful be
his parents, shill inherit from them a sin
gle letter of the alphabet, to set him at the
slightest advantage, at tho first start, over
the poorest peasant's son.
Qi;EhN VitToiUA, according to Thurlow
Weed, has a claim to historic recognition,
a the preserver of peace between England
and America. During the darkebt hours of
the rebellion, an English vessel containing
the rebel envoys, Mason and Slidcll, was
boarded by an American ship of war, and
these men forcibly taken and carried back
to the United States in violation of the law
of nations. Of course an immediate
requisition for their restoration was in
cvitable. But when the despatch de
manding the surrender of Mason and Slidell
was read by Lord Palmerston to the Queen.
and the consequences of a refuaual was ex
plained, Her Majesty was startled ami dis
tressed at the idea of war witk America.
Tuking the dispatch to the Prince Consort,
who, then in his laut illness, was sitting in
his apartment, the Quocn asked him to
read it, saving that she thought the language
and spirit were harsh and peremptory. The
Prince, concuring in opinion with Her Ma
jesty, subjected the dispatch to erasures 'id
interlineations, in which amended form it
was returned to the Premier. In relating
this incident to Sir IKnry Holland, the
Queen added, "That was the last time the
Prince used his pen." Thus a bloody and
fatal conflict between the two great Anglo
Saxon nations was prevented by the fact
that a woman occupied the British throne
It is a proof that Woman Suffrage means
A KF.LIC OF THF. AHMADA
The people of Aberdeenshire, Scotland
have just recovered from the sea one of the
guns of the Spanish Armada, in I08S
Philip II, of Spain, sent a great fleet ot a
hundred and thirty ol the largest ships that
then the world had ever seen, hope to Bub
due England, who could only bring thirty
vessels into battle. Before they could at
tack a violent storm shipwrecked and scat
tered the Spanish fleet, and scarcely a third
of it ever saw port again. Then the little
Euglish navy sailed out and fought the rest
bravely, and Spain's mighty effort was a
''I sent my fleet to combat the English
not the elements," Philip said,
"Afliavit Pcus, et dissipantin inimici!
was Queen Elizabeth's exclamation. There
were nearly three centuries ago and now
a great gr.n is fished up trom the bottom of
a little creek on the coast of Scotland
where the Spanish ship St. Catherine was
wrecked. In 1855, and two gnus and an
anchor in 197C. But this last one is sale
to be much larger than any of the rest, be
ing eighteen feet long, and made of
malleable iron. It is not corroded, though
so long in the water.
The gun is mounted ou an embankment.
near where it was found, and England may
proudly remember, at the sight of the
trophy, that he who commands the winds
and the waves fought her enemy for he.
Iteliiiiff riles Symptoms ami Cure.
l lie symptoms are moisture, liko pers'
piration, intense itching, increased
scratchinir, very distressing, nartieularlv
night, as if piu worms were crawling in am
about the rectum: tho nrivato tturta nr
sometimes affected; fallowed to continue
very serious results mav follow.
Swavno's AU-IIealimr Ointment is a dIohs
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, all Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
eruptions, rnce ou cents, j boxes tor f 1 .2
Sent by mail to any address on receipt i
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps, rrepareil only by l)r. Swayne a
Son, 830 North Sixth street, Philadelphia
IM. bout by all prominent druggists
Cairo and olsnwhurn.
Swayne's Pills are tho best for all bil
ions disorders. They ward off Chills and
Dr. Kline's Great Norvo llcstorcr in tlm
marvel of the age for all Netve Diseases,
t ii i,, . i ft . . . .
ah ins Bioppcu nee. tieml to UUl Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 18S0.
WIT AND HUMOB.
A frlrl may bo too busy to dust down
tlm niuiitul-bhclf, but always han plenty
of tinio to devoir nn hour to tying a
(TosH-li'i'-ivd howknot in a wide pink
ribbon with bluo cdg'.
The son of a clcrgunaii was deliver
ing a college vnliidit'tiiry, when, in null
ing out his handkerchief, )m pulled out
n puck of cards. "111111011!'' ho said,
"I've gut ou my father' coat.
A bitlil-heiid is said to be nn evideneo
of curly liiety, but it requires a great
leu 1 of that or Kiiiiio other suit of piety
to keep a buld-heiidod man in good
humor when n blue-bottle Hy perits
in dancing a honipim on the place
where tho hnir ought to gmw,
Dr. Swing predicts th;it a woman will
continue to grow in sweetness and
beauty until tin; difference between her
and an angel is less than one-half of
1 per cent. This may be true, but
somebody is going to get awful tired
waiting for tin; coining of the millen
nium. -Vo- Orleans J'imrs.
A few days ago u very hand-omo
woman entered a. dry goods houso and
inquired for n bow. " Tho polite clerk
threw himself back and declared lio
was nt her servieo.
"Yes, but 1 want a buff, not a green
one,'' was the reply.
The young maii'wcnt on measuring
"Any letter for nn;?" asked a young
lady of the female po-tiiiuier, in a
country town. "No," was the reply.
"Strange," said tho young lady aloud
to herself, as she turned aw ay. "Noth
ing strange about it," cried tho f. p.
through the delivery window: "you
ain't ans'ered the last letter he writ
It is astonishing how completely s mm
people can be absorbed in their own
thoughts. A prominent candidate, who
gives up the whole of his mind to poli
tics, met a prominent church member,
w ho remarked that his church had just
got a new organ. "I hope it will sup
port the regular nominees," was tho
Mrs. Dobbs is troubled with dyspep
sia, and ha.s hail dreams. One morning
at breakfast she was complaining, aud
described her svmptons to her sympa
thizing husband: "I was all tho time
climbing up, up, up hill, every littlo
while stopping to rest, and then up,
up, up! Oh, I was so tired. Tho fact
is, I had the real nightmare." "My
dear," said her affectionate husband in
reply, "why, then, didn't you get on
"Pet," said a.fond wifo to her bear
of a husband as they drove along the
broad road, "so that farm house is your
old birthplace and home. How von
must love every bit of --it! That dear
old window'' "I fell out of it once."
"That dear old mos-covercd well"
' Water's mean, and I fell down it
once." "Tlmt romantic old fence"
"Cot licked for tearing my breeches on
it." "That long emerald sweep of
meJow " "Used to have to rake it
all day." "That tall, purpling wild
cherry tree" "Covered with ivy that
poisoned my arms ami legs and laid mo
up for two weeks." "I spent my vaca
tions over the lake, pet, ami remember
yon picturesque, vine-clad church"
"Yes, that's where I first saw you."
Worth in His "Studio."
Dross with Mr. Worth is a fine art,
worthy of calling into exercise the high
est human faculties. Ho knows every
body and seems to be an acute judge of
character. Ho is a great inventor, and
even at his dinner table a sheet of pa
per is often by his side, aud on it he
draws designs" for new costumes calcu
lated to fill the sex with envy. His fa
vorites are the American ladies, ami
they are his best customers. For thcai
he exerts all his talents.
When a lady goes to pose for a cos
tumo she stands on a pedestal, and he
caUs his eves over the work that others
have produced after his direction, ami
tries the effect of pinning tho trimming
on here and there, until the strikes
something tilted to the lady's own par
ticular stylo. He then stands off look
ing at Ins work, resuming the pinning
and unpinning again like a sculptor
engaged in putting the finishing touches
to a statue.
"This dress should bo taken in here
and let out there," said a rash American
lady once to Mr. Worth, who was gra
ciously pleased to superintend the mo
mentous operation of trying on.
"Madam," said he, "I am obliged to
you for your advice, and your ideas
shall be carried out." And so they
were, but she never aw Mr. Worth
again. One must uot dictate to the
A French Breakfast.
From the London c; lobe.
Of all the delightful pages of Bril-lant-Savarin,
none are nioro delightful
than those in which ho recounts the
breakfast he gave to his relations, two
old gentlemen, one a doctor, the other
a captain, of tho respoctivo ages of 78
and 76. Tho hour appointed was 10
o'clock. The old gentlemen arrived
punctually, ami smiled when they saw
the table lnid with snow-whito linen for
three. Two dozen oysters were before
each guest, accompanied by a lemon,
shiny and golden; lit each end of the
lablo a bottle of Sauterne carefully
"Alas!" says tho host by way of pa
renthesis, "f have seen tho Inst, or
nearly so, of those oyster breakfasts,
formerly so freouent ami so gay, when
one used to swallow them by thousands.
They disappeared with tho abbes, wlu
never ate less than a gross, and with
the nights, who never left off." The
oysters wore followed by kidneys a la
brot'hdte, a pntcdcfoie "grns, anil final
ly by a fondue which tho host niado
himself on tho table beforo his guests.
Fruits of tho wiison and sweetmeats
followed, aud then coffee and liquors.
Surely there is elegance nnd simplicity
here, and It is us good a specimen of
what it French breakfast ought to ho us
can be found.
Tickling, induces laughter, except tick
ling in tho throat, which causes coughing
at once removed by Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. 3.1) cents a bottle.
Think ot taking six bottles ot horrid
"Bitters" or nauseating "Discovery'' to im
prove tho complexion and relievo bilious
ness when ono vial of Carter's Littlo Liver
Pills will do more good and a pleasure to
COSTn'ENESS;:::::::::::::;v:::;;:::::::::PIMPLES AND liLOTCliES
The Chnngo in the Frog.
Nowhere in Hie animal kingdom is
there so favorable opportunity for peep
ing into nature's workshop as in the
metamorphoses of the frog. This ani
mal is a worm when it comes from the
egg, and remains such for the liit four
days of its life, having neither eyes iir
ears, nostrils nor respiratory organ''. It
crawls. It breathes throng!) its skin.
After a while a neck is grooved into the
flesh. Its soft lips are hardened into a
horny beak. The different organs ono
after another bud out; then a pair of
branching gills, and last a long limber
tail. The worm has beeome a fish a
pollieoogcr tadpole. Three or four
more days elapse, and the gills sink
back into the body, while; in their places
others come, much more complex, ar
ranged in vascular tufts, - in each.
But they, too. hnvc their day, and are
absorbed, together with their frame
work of loi.e and cartilage, to be sue-
cec-iieii hy an entirely uiucreiit Dream
ing apparatus, the initial of a second
cort'-hited rroup of radical changes.
Luni's are developed, the mouth widen
ed, the homy beak converted into rows
of teeth, the stomach, and abdomen,
the int-htihe, prepared for the recep
tion of animal food in place of veget
able: four iimbs, fully equipped with
hip anil (boulder bones with nerves and
blood vessels pu-di out through tho
skin, while tail, being supplanted by
them as a means of locomotion, is car
ried away piecemeal by thn absorbents
and the animal passes the balance of its
days in an air-breathing aud flesh-feeding
batraehian a fro?.
A Young Husband's Troubles With Lim
burger. A young gentleman of Fairbault a
boy among the boys who occasionally
visited saloons and sampled lamb's
tongue, pig's feet, tripe, and actually
educated himself to like Limburger
cheese, after a while married, as such
men will. His wife is a cultivated aiiu
sensitive little creature, as lovable as
she is sensitive. Well, Robert that
was his name, Bob for short shook tho
boys after marriage, as he ought, and
stopped around home, for two or three
weeks, every evening: but there were
times when he had an awful hankering
for his old relishes, such as hcreinbi foro
especially the cheese, and one evening
being tlo'wn on an errand, he thought,
he would take a Limburger homo and
have an old-fashioned lunch before re
tiring. He got the cheese and started
for home, but as he neared llie house it
struck him that it was the rankest
cheese, even for Limburger. iu all his
experience. People held their noses as
they met him, and every dog in tlio
froiit yard went around behind the
house lis he went by. Before he reached
home his courage gave out, and ho
slipped bis bundle into a hole in tlio
gate-po-t, thinking he would go in and
interview hi- wife -sort of prepare her
for the meeting, as it were. Hut he was
scarcely iu the houe before his wife
gave a warning sniff, and looking at him
sharp inquiretlif he was sure he hadn't,
stepped in something. Bob mistrusted
what was the matter, but innocently
looked at one foot and then at the other,
and said. ' No, my feet are all right."
Mrs. Bob gave a sniff or two more, got
up, opened the door, closed it suddenly
and then went into the rooms leading
toward I lie rear of the house. .She was
gone about live minutes, and in the
meantime Bob became satisfied what
thu trouble was, but for the life of him
did not daro to tell her. What would
she say to learn that he had eaten such
stuff? She never would forgive him,
and would probably apply for a divorce.
She speedily returned, and said, in a
business sort of a way, "Hubert, we
must have the sewer cleaned and tho
scavenger here. 1 can't stand it. any
lon'n'r. It is getting to be perfectly
awful." Bob said he would attend to
it iu the morning, nnd nt the tirt
opportunity slipped out, got a spade,
took the cheese into the garden, and
buried it. But he had to have the sew
er, etc.. cleaned all the name, and the
job cost him five dollars. A few months
later Bob told his wifo about it, but de
clared thn cheese was given hint to try;
Lu had never eaten any of it himself.
The Jlu'tr tells the following: A
society hello was sitting with a parly
of friends on tho balcony of a hold.
The conversation turned on Hie guests
of the house, aud one attractive oung
lady, a recent arrival, was criticised.
'I don't know how' you can call her
handsome," said Miss S . In re
sponse to the opinion expressed by Mr.
1 , a gentleman of tho party, "sho
is so insipid; then sho wants to bo
thought clever, and docs nothing all
day but read I hose horrid French nov
ids' ami other trash." Tho group soon
afterwards broke, up. "1 beg your
pardon, Miss S , but you left your
book on your chair," said Mr. 11 ,
presenting the forgotten volume. It
was a bound copy of 'Nana!" ono of
the trashiest of all tho recent French
mm in m I '
(iodin, a Paris iron-inasier, lias com
bined community of work nnd the co
operative store in a palais social, ho
founded at (iuise, near Compeigne, in
lxiKl. fiodin makes his workmen asso
ciates in bis business, giving them '2'
per cent of tho net profit, and houses
nis whole community of twelve hun
dred persons in a largo malislon of
three wings, each four stories high.
There are cxtenslvo pounds Hnd gard
ens, a hospital und a store where every
thing of the first quality can bo had at
nearly cost prices. The factory also
employes womeu, suiting the hours to
those caring for children! takes tho
boys as apprentices when they leavo
school, ami boards; and lodges thn aged
and incapacitated for tho good lliey
Mendelssohn Piano Co.
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nZ L Z iWlvelywc ofler the nea In, ".". ?"
HI? (l A I Our "l'nrlf.r Cirniifi Jubilee Oman," atylo SS, in Ibe fineet and ewreteet toned Reed
UltllJili0 ''l'"" ever dfl.red Die niiimnil iiiildic. It con taint. Five Octavee. Five eete Herein,
firm,,, n,.,. vi ,,"70fS(-'c,vee earh.aiifliiuo ,r three Octavee. Thirteen Mi.pe with (.rand
VuZ T? "1on;.ML;1,!ri'"- Vu.la Hiite,Cdot. Miket. Kiho, Mel.lia-Forte. I'eleMlna, Vlolina, Vlole
t : K .' h ,"1 n ,11 . :rBdT1 ' Knee Htmi. IHijht 74 inrhee: Lenitth.45 in; Widths
-' li .'i r l . Vilh. 'heca-eleof .olid walnut, veneettd with choice wood., and 1. of id
f t X p '"( C """".l tlTvn F al"'r'",,'y cam''h ' r"'iiele. n.uelc clow t. lamp standi.
iI.m ih hpiMi . '.i u'''?"'"'' ntiisnctl l t.eeeeeeitbolateetai.il beet Improvement., with unlit rower,
tbpth, hrillm icy anil eMiiiiit,ciir .ttiahty of tone. Heautilul eolo efiVrlH ai d perfect etop action
1"!-'"' "'P'5-.. '1r ho)ea!et,et c.e,,,riceto have It Introduced, with et.ml at, ri book,
huvlfii'uo., 17 u'''UV"U,'rH- '"ly, deviation it, price Kopaimeiit rtqulnd mill you
V. I ', !? 0,.'.U !r ,,Wn bntnei V.vn'1 "" t"T'" ' 15 duva t-et trial and pav freight
. ' ' tvV'ZKm.fA- ''"llVHarraiilMlforf. year Other mica-Salop or-
l-fuetioti. llluntralvd circular mailed tree. Factory aud wareroome, STtb M. and Kit h Ave
SHEET MUSIf1- '0",t-,1'lr:1Pric.- Catalogue of SMI choice piece, eent for 3c .'amp. Thin
' ' 1,1 kJJ'-- Catiilosue luclnde. moet of tlio popular mueic of the day and every variety 0r
mueicalcompo.sitlnu, by the beet autbore, Addreee, ,"rltl'
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 2038, New York City;
ciuiomon, anil were iit.niiliiiiiiii -
Cuke Volt. Backache.
And all dleeaefa of the Kldueve, Bladder and
I'rinary Urgnna by wearing thu
Improved Excelrfior Kidney-Pad
It la a MARVEL of nEAMMi and UELIKF
Simple, Sensible. Direct, Pain
less, Powerful .
It OT'HKH where all eleefaile. A REVKtA
TION and HKVOI.l TloN in Mcdlcln. Absorp
tion or direct upi lici tlon, ae uppoevd o un
satisfactory internal medicines, fend for our
treatise on Kidney trouble, eent free. Nnid hy
druL'ists, or aeut by mail, on receipt of price, Si.
Thla is the BATFSA IIWTFV
Ordinal and pen , ;.l-1ll.
nine Kidney Fad i JlHtllSOU Street,
Ask for it aud CHICAGO, ILL.
Inko uo oilier.
Managers for tho Northweet.
E U P T TJ E E
T)K. J. A. slIEHM.VN AN 0 THE ONLY DR. RHEItMAN known to the public for the past .15 yearl
y ot more Ur lil.eiiccceeful method of In-uilne Kuptnre without the annoyance and Injury trmeea la
flict. mav be consulted at hi ollkc. St. Louis, Mo., until tnc liOth of December, after that at hie New
i ork olbce. Olllce adnress iu the St. Louie city newepapere.
Mr H F. (.ieori;e, Attoriii'v at Law. Kent, Union i o , Iowa, treated by l)r. Pberman at bl. St I.onia
otlice, writee: "Iluviiic ueed jour Ruptiiro treatment, and havlni; been permaneotlr cured, 1 have
spoken blahly of Its merits and recommend It to my friend.."
Dr. Sherman Is the discoverer ol the only known cure for Rupture by local external treatment.
No man is safe who ha. a linpture, no matter how inelirnlllcant he may eoneider It. for every mun who
has died from It once flaMeied himself that It wa. hnt a trillinir ailment; and every man who now euf
fere from Hand the injury uMrne-e.fi. to such an extent that lile ha. no enjoyment!, once retarded It a
unworthy special attention. It ia not a etand etlll affliction ; It is eteadllv nropreeeive.even unto death,
and he is wife who lukee thu neceeeary etepe to be effectually relieved of It before the day ol .Hllerlns and
yloom comes upon him
I'dtlenta Irom abroad can receive treatment and leave for heme eamc day. During treatment any kind
ol active exercise or labor can he performed without Interferine with the treatment, and with safety
from thu duncer. of Uranirulated liiipli.ro HIS BOOK ON Rl'I'Tl RK give, the most reliable
prool. from illelltiKiilehed prt.feeeu.iial Keutltnu u. cleri vn en and merchant ? hie eiicceeslul piactire
und popularity therolrom throughout Ihie country ard the Went Indlea. Tbc afllicted should reail it and
It t. Ilfostnited wlibphotosrnplilc llkencsn:a of extremely bad caeca before and afterctire, aud mailed
to those ho -i nd 10 c uta.
DR. J. A. SHEKMAN
251 Broad wuy, ( or. Murray .Street. N. Y., and 43 Milk Street, Boston.
Beware of certain confidence nieu and Impoetora who represent tbein.olvea aa Dr. Sherman
COMPOUND HYHLT OF
IS A C ERTAIN IIKMKDY FOR
CONGESTION OF TDK LUNGS.
Compound Syrup of
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CURES
I'otigcatlon of tho Luiiik, Urum'tiltn, (.'oiieiimp
tlotl, N'ervon. riostriitlon. Hliorlneea of Ilreath,
1'ulpltHtlon of tho Heart, TrcnibllnRol Ibn Hand,
and Limbs, l'liyslcal and Mental Depre.lou, Lose
of Appetite, Los of energy, I.osa of Memory, It
will rapidly improve the weaknuaa. Pmcltone and
organ, of tho body, which depend for health upon
voluntary, leml-voluutary and luvoluntary nervoue
It act with vigor, gentleneee and etihtlely, owing
to thocxqiit.lte Imrmonyof It. Ingredient., akin to
pure blood Itself. Its la.tc pleasant, nnn It tll'ect
I) B I) 1 L I
Mt. Jontt. N
Mr. Jatnca I. Fellowe, Cbemlet, St. John, N It,
Dear Sir: Having need your Compound Syrup
of llypolihoepliltee for eouio tlmo In ni) practice, I
have no ne.ltatlon lu rocomtuondliig It to my pa
tlenn who are eutl'erltig from general debility, or
any dl.tta.uof the lunge, knowtHif that even In
case, utterly hopule.i, It afford, relief,
lam, lr, your truly, II.O.ADDY.M. D.
BOLD BY ALLD1UICCU8TS,
....... . . Ml. I It Ml Mf t ! n 1 1 1 tttHf
;.- -h -
" HIHMMItn , , , t ( JSMwj'
wy tend to tho rierfcctlon of lliu Instrument bis
Hook). All etrlctly Firet claee and old at Whole-
mi fii.nTii.nl i. hhu.i i n , .
nt the Centennial
lv rccomnitmi!. a for th liii.ViP.t un
Cures by ABSORPTION (Xatme's way
A I LUNG DISEASES.
A H THROAT DISEASES,
ItDRlVK.8 INTO the
eveicm enrative agent a
and lii-uliiii! medicines.
It IlUAWS FROM the dleeaeed parte the poieona
that cause death .
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIRTUES.
You can be Relieved and Cured
llon'tdeepair until vou have tried thie .enelble,
Easily Apiilletl and R A I) I V A L L X E F
F E U T li A L Remedy
Sold hydrni-'Klste, or eent by wall ou receipt or
price, $..(', by
'rl'f'ATF-S & IIAXLEY,
book "Threo I;4 Madison Street,
Mllllonea tear '
ManaRtra for tho Northwcat.
To Nervous KufTerers The Great European Re ui-cdv-Dr.
J. R. Slmpnon'8 Specific Medlelne.
Dr. J. B. Hlnip.on'. Specific Medicine 1 a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotenrr, Weakncea
and all dleeaeea reeultiug from Self-Abu., aa Nur
vnn Debility, Irritability. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lueailiide, Depreeelon of Spirit, and functtunal da
rangetnente of tho Nervon. System generally I'aiua
lu Hack or Side, Los. of Memory, Premature Old
Ago anil ei.ease.
that lead to Con
ty aud an early
grave, or notu.
No matter how
ey.tem may bo
from eice.ee. of
any klud, a ehott
course of this meillclim will restore the loet func
tions and procure bealth aud happlueae, where be
fore was despondency and gloom. The Spoclllo
Meilicluo la being used with wonderful i ne
Pamphlet, eent freo to all. Write for them and
get lui particulars,
Price, specific. $1.00 per package, or ilx pack
age for $.1,011. Will be sent by mail ou receipt of
money. Addreee all order.,
J. B. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO.,
Noe. 104 end toO Main St.. Buffalo, N. T.
ORAY'8 SPECIFIC MKIUCINK,
TRADI MSK.Tha ClreatEngllehlKADE MARK
Remedy, an un
failing cure for
IniDotoncv, and all
dleeaeea that fol
low aa a conse
quence of lelf
jjuiore iaiungmomory, nulvetial
t..-i-uLaun. i"s 014
lasilMide, palr'n the back, dlm-ifij, P.Vm..
nees of vlalen, premature old age.""11 A'a'ulijfi
and many other dleeaeea that lead to insanity or
consumption and a premature grave.
Full particular In onr pamphlet, which we do
lira to .end Iree by wail to every on. The .pa
cific medicine li sold by all druggists at $! per
package, six for $5, or will be tent free by mail on
receiptor the momy by addree.lnf THE GRAY
MEDICINE CO., No. ft Mechanic block, Detroit
Mich. Sold In Cairo by Barclay Bro., Paul a
Vchuh tad Geo, K. O'ilara.
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