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giiire in the most pe-an M uiel pr .r'. I a !
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evi ry tLiiii jf !. day and umsrd" is y -t
easily lui'le wi'linei' suur,;; ..y from
bom owl ulifhl. Nn wiiii'.i M-f M'li-y ii-v
woik-'rn wai.ii (1 at one Many are n.V,n f.rt
inw at tlur tniiiiiii'. I. ni!;i ' rr.iik'! u.'u b '
liK'U. and to'inv; b(ir iinil fir ii.hk ut ;'
mil-tii in Milling ';i work !ai! !i - tii-ir
motcy t viry lv than ran ). rr. 1 In n m-'.-k al ai.
nlir -'inp!iiynii-i)t. '1 hum l:n " ii,'ot' h; hi,. i
will Bnd .1 liirt rna.1 In fiiriuiii'. Adiip 11.
H ALl.t IT A CO.. l'ortiani) Maif
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM:
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Tkli irrrnrttliD, aa Iti nam fKmiflm, caxlirlt of
Vf-frultiv I'rt.v-rrUt tU&l are ttxnul'- tu the uioat di
tri InTalid. t'pon one trial th mrrita of thu Cora
(lound will lie rcc-.'""".. a.rrliff it lium-lwt j and
when lu uivbiciintluiKl, In nlni-ty iilaocunln a bun.
tlml, aimianrntcun urr7rUil.alli'Aiuiiij w.ll u-r
Uf jr. On ar-ounl of IU prorrn rorlt, It la UxIi.t rtv
rctnmcuJ") and pnwrltwd t y lb bet pLyticlani in
It will fitra ntlrly tl w..rt form of fa.lln
cf tb uunn, Ixucorrlni-, Irrrfulir and painful
Utnalruallun.allOrarianTriMiblia, lnlUmmatluo and
Ulceration, Floodlnes all M.-plaonnrnta and tbe con
Mqutnta.taalwealuii'aa,andla eipecially adapted to
tbe Change of Life. It wtu di.iKilve and eipri tumora
f run tbe ateruiln an early (Utfe of deelniment. Tb
tonden'-y to canceruua humura Ultra it checked very
li-illj by It. aae.
In fart It haa prnred to be the freat
eel and bett remedy that haa arer been dlacoTur
ed. It permeate erery purtlaD of tha nynem, and g-ire
new Ufrandrlgor. It rvnuivea fatutnew.lUtulenry, da
tro)iallrriTliig fur ttlmulanu.and rrliuiti WMtneaa
of the atomai-h
. curea Bloating, neailarhea, Serroua rrnntratlnn,
(it-ntral IVbiUty, SlerplraineM, Depri'ion and Indl
ireetlnu. That feellnff of bearing down, earning ln,
wright and backache, la alajn permanently cured by
lla ute. It will at all time, and under all drcunmtiui
tm, at t In harmony with tb law that gorerua tha
For KJdneyConiplalnU of either ari Uii. roiapuiind
it unaun awed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Ii prepared attaandZtt Wertcrn Ari'ime, I.ynn, MaM,
rice 1.00. Rli bottleafor.vai. Hent by mail in tba
form of pllli. alioln tlio form of L..tvni' . on m rlpt
of price, 1.00, per boi, for ellbcr. krr. riNKHAM
frly amweni all Icltera of Inquiry. snd for pam
phlet Addreea aa alio .Vrnfion thit taprr.
So family nhould bo without LYDIA 1. I'lMCriAM'
U1R riLLS. They rare Constipation, Ullioiunna
andTorpldlty of the Urrr. (6 ocnte inr biz.
HICIIAKDSON & CO., St.I.oui., Mo.
Wholo.iil.- itiinula Tor LYDIA K. JMN KHA.M'S
la miitli from "Implo 1'rop1iknl l.enf nf Kara
Viiliiu nnil lea I'OHITIVK Kumcdy for all tlio ills
anai a Hint cnuso puina In tlin lower lmrt of tho
bmlv- for tnrplif I.Ivor Jli-nilin-lica mmdlco
Olxlnnaa, (IrnviO, Mitlnrlii. nnd nil olhi-r (litllcnllloa
of ibi' Kltlneya. I,li-r and frlimry rj;nun. Var
Ki'tnitln Ilift'ttFi'i, Monthly Mi-natruntlou, nnd rl ti
rln 1'rflirimnt'V, It, haa no vqtinl. It rui'lcr.'i' tlio
ornii" tliiit liinkit thu blood, nnd licnre la tho In'iit
Hluod I'lirll'viT. It la the unit known ri mmlv that
curoa HrlifhtV PIiMinn, I'ot Mabutca, lire Wivr
iinr'a Main Uliibi'U'aOiiri..
Kof anlo by DingulKia nnd nil drnUr nt $l.sr per
bottl'1. I.nriri'nt hiillK'" In llio mnrlci't. Try it.
II. if. WAKSGK A tU, K ichnti.r, M.Y.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Uuefnl Hints for Home TJso,
Ilnir brushes ai'u best clL'aue'l bywrtslw
intf tlimu In sulrrntua or soda water,
which removes all tho oily routing,
t GruU'rl rotton-Ktono mixed in either
BWfct oil or alcohol will polish brass;
or koroniT.e oil and a tlunnid cloth, or
To rtire toothache Tuko of chloro
form, stiirits of camphor, laudanum, of
each oiic drachm. Apply on little cot
If a child has a bail earache dip ft plus
of cotton wool in oil, warm it and plaint
it in tlio car. Wrap up tho head aud
keep it out of draughts.
Two drops laudanum in half-tea-spoon-ful
of warm water nnd dropped into tho
earn, will give immediate relief to per
sons troubled with neuralgia.
A certain cure for a felon is to wind a
cloth Ioo.h-Iv about the linger, leaving tho
end free, l'our in common gunpowder
till tho nfllietcd part is entirely covered
witli pure spii it of camphor.
To make silk which has been wrinkled
appear exactly like new, sponge it on the
Milf.iee witii a weak solution of gum
arable or white glue, and iron on tho
Mack cotton gloves will not crock the
hands if sealdedin salt and water before
wearing. When almost dry one should
put them on, in order to stretch them
and keep them in good shape.
To remove ink and fruit stains Ten
grains oxalic acid in half-pint of water;
wet the article Mained in hot water; ap
ply to the top of the bottle, so that tho
L iid u "il reach it, then rinse it well.
Cure- for chapped hands One part of
glycerine, four of Pond's extract of
witch ha:'."l. four of water; put it in a
bottle ami -hake well; it is ready for use
immediately; it is well to shake thorough
ly each time unng.
If you wish to polish up your furni
ture, "mix equal parts vinegar, spirits of
turpentine and sweet oil in aliottle, and
apply with a flannel cloth, rubbing after
ward? with a chamois or piece of silk.
It is better than a coat of varnish.
The pain of a "prained limb is quickly
removed by ice cold w ater. The terrible
pangs of whitlow or felon are cut short
by intense heat. A large proportion of
all eramps and spasms can be relieved by
writer of proper temperature and intelli
The inhalation or air charged with
ammonia vapors, as a remedy for the
whooping-cough, has been tried in
France with success. One of the meth
ods of application employed is boiling
strong ammonia in the room where the
Weeding at the nose can be stopped
by vigorous application of the jaws, as
if in progress of mastication. In the
cae of a child a wad of paper should
be placed in the mouth and the child
instructed to chew hard. It is the mo
tion of the jaw that .-tops the How of tho
Tie- little lroxc of thin wood which
are ued to carry butter or lard in, when
covered with cambric or silk, nuke
pretty work-boxc. Small peach-baskets
paint"d and iircd with a bright, color,
are nrnaninita! and convenient, besides
affording the satisfaction which comes
from making souk thing from nothing.
To prevent flier, from injuring picture
frames, ght-si-s. etc Itoil three or four
oi;ini. iu a pint of w ater; then with a
gilding bruh go over your glares and
franc-, and the l!ie will not alight on
the article so washed. This may be
ued without apprehension, as it will
not do the h a-t injury to the frames.
To soften hard water Take two
pounds of v. a.-h'n:g soda and one pound
of common lime, and boil in live gallons
of water for two or three hours; then
stand away to settle, and dip oil the
clear water' from the top and put iu a jug.
Can be u-cd for w ashing dishes or clean
ing, and one teacupful in a lioiler of
clothes, put in after the water is hot,
will whiten the clothes and soften the
water without injury to the handi or
A Daughter Rescued.
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:
Some months ago tho daughter of 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
otlur symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 33 cents and $1 a bottle or
ti bottles f). The large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
A: 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
druggists. " (2)
W. A. Titvs, (S3 Ashland Avenue, Toledo,
Ohio, says: "My wife is now as Btrong 83
ever, her regained health being directly duo
to the use of the Excelsior Kidney Pad.
We can heartily recommend it to all kidney
troubled persons." See Adv.
On Time us Usual.
Jones, now goes to business regularly.
That attack of neuralgia that laid him up,
and which was wnly a fresh visitation of on
old enemy, disappeared, because ho took a
friends advice and used Dr. Thomas' Kc
lectric Oil. Kheunmiie pain, cuts, bruses
throat and lung complaints, etc., are in
variably conquered by it. Sold by
pAt:r. O. Si'iu it.
Why hits Ilumtcopathy become so popu
lar? Ilecause their medicines arc so easy
to take; and this is one. reason why Carter's
Little Liver Pills are so very popular.
Everybody likes them.
A lAiuiK proportion of children who die
early aro those whoso bruin development is
unusually large iu comparison with the
body. Why is this? Simply becutiso the
functions of the body uro too frail to sup
ply the waste going on in thin brain conse
quent upon active intelligence. Fellow's
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites is so
prepared that it imparts the vital principle
directly to tho brain, whilo it assists in de
veloping a vigorous and robust body.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Uettorer is tho
marvel of the oge for all Nerve Diseases,
All tits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpliin, Pcnu.
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1880.
A Dentins Broken Fromiao.
A well-known Vienna dentist has
got into sail trouble through his ungov
ernable passion for experiment. Some
timo ago ho made the iiequuinlancn of
a young lady, the uupcot of whose teeth
inspired him uith a vehement Icmi'o to
improve his assistant's acquaintance
with practical dental surgery by giving
the latter an opportunity to extract u
few of them, lie llierefont persuaded
the young lit -Hy in question to undergo
a "brief and painless" operation, on
the ground 1 hat her otherwise irre
proachable beauty was marred by cer
tain defective teeth, which he proposed
not only to remove, but to replace grat
uitously by tirlilicial ones of conspic
uous wliiteiie.-s and brilliancy. Having
obtained her consent to this arrange
ment, he administered laughing-gas to
her, and, while she was under the in
llueiieo of that an.'c-thelie, his assistant
with admirable skill and promptitude,
drew sixteen of her tei.tli. When she
recovered her senses slut was somewhat
startled by the unexpected extent of
her losses", but, being a sensible girl,
foreliore wasting regrets upon the irre
parable, limited the expression of her
feelings to a civil demand for the prom
ised new teeth. These, however, upon
reflection, the dentist declined to sup
ply, observing that 'lie might be very
well .satisfied with having had so many
teeth extracted for nothing," The
patient, failing to apprehend the jus
tice of this rejoinder, has brought her
plaint before the competent authorities,
and an Austrian tribunal will ere long
be called upon to decide whether or not
a surgeon-dentist be justified in empty
ing an unconscious maiden's mouth of
its teeth in the interest of science, and
for the instruction of his assistant.
Richard Wasner. ' '
If we survey the progress which mu
sic has made'under Beethoven from a
historical point of view, we may hrielly
describe it as tho attainment of a facili
ty which had previously been denied to
it; by virtue of this faculty music, from
the confines of rcsthetical beauty, strides
into tho sphere of the sublime; and in
this sphere it has been released from
all constraint of traditional or conven
tional forms, and it completely pene
trates and animates these forms with
its proper spirit. And this achieve
ment appears evident to every human
heart and mind by the character Bee
thoven has imparted to the chief form
of all music melody; for melody has
now regained tho highest natural sim
plicity, as tho source from which it can
be renewed and invigorated at any time
and for any requirement, and expand
ed to the highest, richest variety. And
we may group all this under one head,
intelligible to every one. Melody,
through Beethoven, lias become eman
cipated from the influence of fashion
and fluctuating taste, and elevated to
an ever valid, purely human type.
Beethoven's music will be understood
at any time, while the music of his
predecessors will, for the most part, re-
main intelligible only through the me
dium of light thrown upon it by the
history of art.
I.N October, when the' woods arc glorious
in their scarlet and golden drapery, is the
time to seek the Autuni leaves and ferns.
A severe cold is often the result of such
pleasure trips. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
always cures Coughs and Colds. Price 23
S. II. Ihwin, of Ute Creek, Colfax Co.,
new Mexico, says: "My wife has been
cured of a cough of thirty years' standing
by wearing an 'Only Lung Pad.'" Sec
The Cairo Prices Current.
Office Washington Avenue,
Tm Cairo Prices-Ccrucst la published erery
Tuesday and Friday from tbe office of Tar. Canto
Bulletin, and la Intended to give a true report of
Ihe condition of tho market on day of publication,
and the publisher tmnts that full aiid complete
,notationa will be given by the business men of the
TERMS. One cent per copy. On all orderi of
or more, of ame date, the subscriber's name
will be printed w ithout extra charge. Orders for
extra copies must be received by 10 o'clock a.
tn dar cf publication.
Monday Evening, Dec. IOtu, 18S0.
The weather is balmy and spring-like, and
the atmosphere to-day was soft and warm,
more of May than December.
The Ohio river continues to rise with
prospect of big water. Navigation is en
tirely suspended above Cairo on the Missis
sippi. FLOUR The market is rather quiet,
but prices continue firm with no accumula
tion ot stocks.
HAY Receipts for the past few days
have been light but the demand is only
moderate. Prices arc steady and un
changed. CO UN Quotations are only nominal as
not enough comes in to make a market.
OATS rienty offering aud salts are
readily made at quotations.
MEAL The market is entirely bare, or.
tiers for city meal are unfilled for want of
corn to manufacture. It is quoted nomi
nally at $2.U3 to-day.
BUAN Steady and firm at last week's
BUTTEIl Stocks are accumulating and
and tho marker is weaker.
EGGS Receipts are small and com
mand fancy prices to-day. The market is
POULTRY Chickens are iu fair de.
mand, also choico dressed turkeys.
APPLES -The market is only fairly
supplied and prices firm. Tho demand
POTATOES Wo note a good demand
GAME Tho supply is small and do
mand good. Rabbits Bold at 1.00 per doz
i Immi t , , , , , , , ,
fSalotf and Quotations.
NOTE. -The nrici a hero L'tven are lor sn'.ra from
first hnnrts In round lots, An advance la
charged for broken lot in IIUIui! orders.
:fin bills Various
UK oimtry tinn y ;. .
'.tui " Mirious grades ..
ten " Choice
,.i rtV3 Oi)
,..:! iWi 01
!f " low choice
4 cars prime Timothy IS 00
:l rais ellt udn l'.i (W
cars clniicii Red Top 14 ffr,l5 luj
'1 curs food mixed , lil on
ti curs choice Timothy, on orders 'M ii
I car mixed, bull;
1 cur ublte, in bulk.
cars mixed In lmlk
i t'jrn liL'ht. iu sai ka . .
4 cars choice in bulk.
RimI, per bu
.1 (e.l ns
City, per hbl
V) sacks, delUcred
'4 0 pounds Norlhern roll
3"i pounds Northern
ti U pounds Illinois
M pounds choice roll
"ti pounds choice roll
.'iiiu pounds Southern Illinois roll...
too pounds " ' ....
. . . . s-.&eo
Scoops live, per do.
roj pounds dnrssed. undrawn
5'D ' choice, dressed
S coops good mixed
SU dozen, dressed ,
i coops mixed
i coops hens
.... i oXi'J so
, . 2 Oi)
i WQ,i SO
. 7 SO
40 tibl i
5r bushels, in bulk
Si) tibia choice Ben Davis 4 35
l.'U bids, fuuey Michigan W
i- bbls. varieties 2 W
Per barrel 5 So&fi 01
Till dor. Oiinil'. per dozen
Dressed ko;s, choice
Livo ' "
Dressed, " common
Dry salt Shoulders
" Clear sides
" Clear Rib Side
9 ounce burlaps. 214 bushels I
Oat sacks, 6 bushels VS
Peaches, halves and naarters 4Q4
Apples, bright -jj-H-l
Choice navy fl TS
Choice mealum,... 1 H
Common Lugs $t S0S 00
Good lni?s B imr B SO
Lo Leaf. B7r6S0
Good Leaf 6 505J 7 0
Medium Lear 8 OOdi 8 50
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Memphii Now Orleans Way
Grain perCwt IS eta K'.jcti 2?'-rti
HnyperCwt ft) " 92.V 57'.,cw
Fldnrperbbl Si) " 35 4S eta
Pork per hbl 40" M" ITeta
The Anchor Lluo'a fine Steamer
BRYAN, : : : : : : : Master
Will leave the landing lor tho above point
Wednesday Evening, LUli,
At 5 o'clock p. m.
For freluht or passairo apply on No. i wharf
boat. THO'8 W. SHIELDS, Agent.
foil NEW ORLEANS.
Tho flno Passenger Stoamar
StfJOIIN a. sctjdder.
CARTER, : : : : : : : Master.
Will leave tbe landing
Thursday Evo'g, December 16,
At 5 o'clock p. m.
For freight or passagn apply on No. 2 wharf
boat TUOS. W. SHIELDS, Agent.
rP I ?,
or ao a
J j kjkj j
11 ll Xl l
SPRliVfl RP, ASSAM!
Will make, for the next 60 uiysonly, a Gram. Offer of
PIAXOS AND OEGANS.
8050 Square Grand Piano for only 8245.
STYLE ;M(;nii!;ct'''H'""'"0'lca(.e, eleeantly flnlshed.3 MrltifsT 1-1 Octave, full patent
., ,i. . . i. '""i"1"1 "H"1,"- our new- patent nvi -Mriing si ale, bmtnilul curved liTs and lyre heavy
scrpei i.e and larce fancy mouliimy round case, full Iron Frame. French Grand Action, Or.id him
b"." n atS'Id I. ' ""I,r,JV,'millt "n iD " y tend to the perfection of the instrument h7s
f'tGnr - price for this instrument boxed und delivered on board tho cars at New Tork CSHr fkA
with tine Piano Cover, Stool and Book, only C lU.UO.
r i!H.n,i .'! m.'"'"t fon '' ,ri?', l"'"d
. ..ii .Ti i I S u "arfi.-s
resented In this advertisement. lhoutand In use.
ruuit'u lor me yeuis,
7)T ViCl i'-'-lto jkiOc.v
I sal.' fru-rorv m
ith Stool, Cover
I Mill V 0i" """'or Grand Jubilee
Vil H x 111 )J oinu i vi r onereuiiie musical
four of uii (iinivi. ..rh . .mi
I. ,1,1. , , . I , 1r,'"",', iniprovement in the history of Piano making. Th
. J t . n, Li, i n ' J " Am '""' "r1" -v "V ma.-e the tlnest Pianos, of the richest tone snf great
n ,.. u ', , '"'l ""."i''1 r"u',',lt1 'hV 'h,M '"slcal authorlli.s in lie country. Over 14.IK
Sva. '"d t 8,Ul "f ''"C ' tnailco for :ic sta
f if "-PP'on. Melodin. tula. I ute.Ccl.-ne. Iitilcet. Echo, Melodis Ftirte. felestlnn, Vlollna, Flute
j in : u: '! ',' ",' 'ri': Bul rM'i-','- K';V-M'P INight T4 inches: Lenttb.43 in; Width.
;:. "', T 11 ', i'1'1',;1' b'; yt solid walnui, veneered with choico woods, and Is of an
i-liiln-lyrie vniid bfaiitilul il.-slgn. nmtirately carved, with raised Pamiels. mnsir. H,s.t. lairn al.nri..
'7',r-.vr-t.'leimly finished. I nssesses tbe latin and best Improvrnienta. with great power,
depth, brilliancy nnd sMi.pichitic tiadly uf tone. I'cHUlilul solo .f.ects ai d perfect slop action
iU'iruiar retail urtce i5. mr wh esa i tin raah isiii m i, i..i-j..,i J.i.i. , -. ......
?"' I;,- or-nu sellsoth.rs. Porilively 1:0 deviation in j rice n pigment ruiuind nt til you
have tally res ed Hie orgrm ii- your own heme e )end , 11 Orpsns ou IS davs test trial and puv freight
both wins if iiiMrumeniisr.it as represented. Kullv warrant, d for 5 vi ars Other slvles-Mlop r-
h!!1.' ','!" S"i',:, Vr'i?s;i: 4 "'"''f,' V1 ;i""lt M'1'1' Br'l ,,vi ry 0ri" h" bo fullest sat-1-iiu
lion, lllustrnted circular mailed tree. Factory tnd wnrcrooms. STlh St. and 10th Ave
SIIEET MFSrC . oiif-thlrtl prira. CatiMifue c f 30 0 choice pieces sent for 3c s'amp. This
, , , Z J atalosne includes mo-t of the popular music of the day and every variety ef
musical composition, by the best authors, Address, ' ' '
Cure Your Backache.
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder aid
Urinary Organs by wearitg tho
Improved Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, rain
It CUKKS where nil else fails. A REVELA
TION and REVOLUTION in .Medicine. Absorp
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WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY OF IT.
Geo. Mutchler, Marion, O., says: It beats
Daniel HofTmnn, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 149 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken with a
C'oujjh, in its severest form, and Dr, Thomas' Eclectric Oil being the only remedy at hanL"
I bcitan giving it according to directions, and it gave immediate relief, nd the child
slept well the remainder ot the night. I havo used it in my family with complete
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Go to r-AUL G. SC1IUII, Druggist,
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DR. J. A, SHERMAN AND THE ONLY DR. SHERMAN known lo the public for the rrl 'IB jtari
or more for bis successful method of treating Rupture wilhout tbe annotaiice and Injury trasses lit
Itict, may bo consulted at his o!tlce, St. Louis, Mo., until the .itU of December, after that at hi. JIw
Yorkoltlce. Olllco address in tho St. Louis city newspapers.
Mr. II F. George, Attorney-nt Law. Kent, Union Co , lown, treated by Dr. Sherman at hi. St. I.oui.
officii, writes : "Having used your Rupture treatment, and having beeu permiuuntly cured, have
spoken highly of Its merit, and recommend It to my friends."
Dr. Sherman Is the discoverer ol the only known cure for Rupture by local external treatment.
No man l. sale who has a Kupture, no matter bow tnslgiiltlciinl ho may consider it, for every man whs)
has died from it once rlatteied himself that It was but a trilling iilltiient : and every man who now stu
ff r from it ami the Injury of trusses, to such an extent Unit liln haa no eiijo.vnii nts, unco regarded It as
unworthy special attention. It Is not a stand-still affliction i It Is utendlly prigressii,t'veii onto death,
and ho la wlso who takes tho necessary itepa lo be ttlecttially relieved of It In-fore I lie day of SHflVrlng and
gloom comes upon him
I'atlenta from abroad can receive treatment and leave for home same day. During treatment any kind
ol active cxerclso or laboi can ho pcrlormed without Interfering with tho treatment, and with safety
from tho dangers of strangulated Rupture HIS BOOK ON RUPTURE uive. tha most reliahl.
proof from dlsilugnlshed professional gentlemen, clergymen and merchant nf hla successful fiacOca
and popularity therefrom throughout this country and tlaTWusl Indies, I ke afflicted should read it axd
Inform themselves. ......
It I Illustrated with photographic likenesses ofextretuuly bad cases before and after cure, and mailt d
to those who .end 10 cent.
DR. J. A. SHERMAN
251 Broadway, Cor. Murray Strce(, N. Y,, and 43 1111k Street, Boston.
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everything he has ever tried for Rheumatism
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