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COXSUM ITIOX, CoUG IIS,
COLDS, ASTHMA, CHOI' I',
All disease of the Tt.vout, Lui,; and l'u!L'.'j:.urv
I'SH ACCOItDINC- '''I WltECTIONS.
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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
Tho PwItlT fnrn
For all Female Complaints.
Thl preparation, aa Itl name tifrniflMi, eonrirta of
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pound will In roruenlird, aa n-Urf ) Imrowllato 1 and
wit. a IU uar la contlnuei), In ninety nine caart in a ban.
dreJ, a prrTn&nentcurel.FfTetttd.aa thousands will trt
tlfy. On amount of It. prore n merlu. It U Unlay rt
rocMnrndrd and pn:rltd t the bt physician Is
It will mm entirely the worst form of falling
f the utnii, Uurorrb'ra, lrrrtrtilar and ticful
MrnilruaUon,allOraiianTrouhli', Inflammation and
I'kr ration, HoillUtft, all Mvi lacerarnu and the con
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trim Uie utvnialn an early iitae of dcrelopment. The
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In fart It baa prftTrd to he tbe (Treat.
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XU08. W. HAI.LIDAY, Cnblcr.
THE DAILY DIJLLETIN.
ALUM UAKI.Nl! I'OWDCIIS IN ( (II HT INTlliT
IMl TKSTIMHNYOK t-CIK.N'lll'lC .MLS.
New York Tim-'.
Within the ntt two years, h bitti-r cm
trnv'T!y bus bc;n wncd butwem inanu
facturtrii, tm account of tli'i us; (if aium as
achi.'itp biibstituto for cream of tatUr, by
nniiy inunulw-turcm of baking jiowders.
Tliu hands' nio profitb yiolded by usiii' tiic
substitute have induced dealers us well as
manufacturers to push tlumi into the hi nds
consunifrs, sometimes under deC.nite
rands, frequently by weitjliirig out in bulk
without any distinguished mme.
Are such powders wliolisome? Tin; Hiyal
I! ikinir, Powder Co., w ho rnako n cream of
tartar baking powder, declared that tli-y
arc injurious to tho public health, while
others who make alum powders claim that
they are not. The whole matter as to the
If'.clsof these alum powders, has f.ually
been brought into the court?, and t':e ease
was tried in tlie Superior Court of N w
rk city before Chief-Justice S;di:wik,
rejioited suhsautially as follows .in tiie ''N.
( (iNn.i sio.vs ok a littlk thoi llk i;k-
TWKKS A ClIKMRT AMI A.S KWIOIt.
The Miit of In. lh nry A. Mctt against
Jabtz lijrns has brought to light the fact
at this country produces at least forty-
two d'.'Jt rent kinds of baking powders.
Neither li'irns nor Mott has been found
guilt) nf making the baking powders, but
Hums, who is the editor of a periodical
called the Spice 31 ill. has been severely
mulcted for libel in his cflorts to make
his paper spicy. Dr. Mott, it appears, is a
chemist, and at one time was employed by
the United States government to analyze
different specimens of baking powder
which had been recommended for adoption
to the Indian Bureau. Dr. Mott reported
in favor of the cream of tartar baking pow
ders for the Indians, and against the alum
baking powders. The chemist analyzed
forty-two kinds of baking powders.
The jury were out about half aa hour.
Then they came in with a verdict awarding
Dr. Mott $9,000, to which the court made
an additional allowance of ( 130."
As the public have a large interest in the
wholes'ment t of whatever it is called upon
to use as food, the following extract Bre
introduced from the tetimony of oine of
the prominent men as to the injurious ef
left of alum powder?.
DR.. Mrn :
Q. Were you employed by the U. 8.
A. I was. sir; was employed as chemist,
to ana!) ic all the articles of food, to ex
press an opinion as to the analysis of their
heaithfulnefs and purity.
Q. Please tell the jury the baking pow
ders that vou examined while in the em
ploy of the government?
A. It would be difficult to remember
them all; I c uld refer to my books; I ex
amined twenty-eight powders; was given
sixteen at first.
BY THE COURT:
(iive yout best recollection.
Q. Andone of the powders included was
'DiKiley's Baking Powder?"
A. Yes, sir.
Q. And the "Charm f
A. Yts, sir; the "Charm" and 'Tatap-
Q. Please state in which powders you
A. I found alum in Dooley's, 'Tutap
sco," 'Charm," "Queen," "Vienna." "Ori
ent," "Amazon," "Lake Side," "Twin Sis-
ters," "Superlative," "Kinj
Lily," "Monarch," "One Spoon," "Begat,"
"Imperial," "Honest," "Economical," "Ex
celsior," "Chartres," "Grants," "Giant."
Q. Becurring to the question that has
been asked you upon this suit the result
of these examinations which you have
made is it your opinion that alum m these
various compounds, in baking powders
such as you have examined, is injurious?
A. It is my opinion, based upon actual
experiments on living animals.
IHAIILKS K. UIANDLKK,
called on behalf of tho plaintiff, being
duly sworn, testified as follows:
Q. Dr, Chandler, you reside in the city of
A. I do.
Q. Your business is that of a chemist?
A. It is.
(J. You are and havo been professor of
chemistry in several colleges?
A. I have.
Q. Please state how long that em
ployment of yourself has been, arid with
what colleges you arc now connected?
A. I am at present professor of chem
istry in the academic department of Colum
bia college; tho school of MincR, Columbia
college; the New York col lego of physi
cians and Surgeons, and tho New York
college of Pharmacy.
Q. Yon are president, also, of the Loan!
of health, are you not'?
A. I am.
Q. In your various employments, havo
you had frequent occasion to rxntnino the
question of the wholesonicnosn of food,
and the beneficial of injurious effects of its
A. I have.
(J. I will ask ycu In regard to the iho
of alum with soibi, in a baking powder,
whether or not it is neutralized is tlioro
any injurious constituent of alum left?
A. There is an injurious constituent left
after tlio mixture of nluin and bicarbonate
Q. Without using any nicely of chemi
cal terms, what is your opinion about tho
use of alum in n baking powder, in combi
nation with bicarbonato soda and other
ingredients, for raising bread whether in
jurious or not J
A, I think it is dangerous to the di
gestive organs, and liable to produce
serious disturbance of the liver of the in
dividual making use of such powders.
IIemiy Moiiton, President of "Stevens In
stitute," called in behalf of tho plaintiff,
being duly sworn," testified as follows:
(. You arc President of Stevens Insti
tute? A. I am.
Q. And have for many years been a
A, I have.
(J, Have you had occasion to examine
the snbstanccs which arc used in the com
position of baking powders?
A. I have.
(J. Did you, some time ngn, examine a
simple of Dooley's. Baking Powder?
A. I did.
Is that it, sir? handing ran.
Yes, sir; that is it.
Well, what kind of alum did it con-
It contained potash alum.
Did ycu make any extract of that
alum, to show the kind?
A. I d id; I extracted a large quantity
of it as potash alum, and it is in that bot
tle which I have now here showing bot
tle; that is potash alum which came out of
the alum Baking Powder that was in that
Plaintiff's Counsel offers said can of Doo
ley's Baking Powder in evidence.
Q. Now, sir, have you made any ex
periment in the bread made from Baking
Powder, to see whether there waa any solu
ble alumina in the bread itself?
A. I hae ; I took a portion of this pow
der and mixed it with flour in the directed
proportions, and baked a small loaf with it ;
then I soaked this loaf the interior part
of it in cold water, and made an extract,
in which I readily detected, by the usual
teats, alom that is alumina in a soluble
Q. Docs any Baking Powder in which
any a'umina salts enter, contain alumina, in
your opinion, which can le absorbed in the
process of digestion are not such objec.ta
blet A. Very decidedly objectionable, in my
Q. Why do you 6ay from what system
of reasoning do you make it out that be
cause alum is injurious, alumina is injuri
ous? A. Because the injurious effects of
alumina, when it gets into the stomach and
reacts on the organs, are tho same; this
hydrate ot alumina meets in the stomach
the gastric juices, and reacts with them the
same as alum would; it forms, in fact, a
kind of alum in the stomach with those
acids, and whatever alum would do, it
DR. SAMl'HL W. JOHNSON,
professor of chemistry in the scientific
school, Yale college, being duly sworn,
testified as follows:
Q. You have had much to do in the ex
amination of substances that enter into
food, ami tbe adulteration of food?
A. More or less; yes, sir.
Q. After the use of alum with soda, in
a baking powder, in your opinion, is there
any injurious substance left?
A. In my opinion, thero is an injurious
Q. What, sir, two years ago was the pre
vailing opinion among scientific men as to
the effect of the use of alum in baking
A. As far as mv acquaintance with sci
entific men is concerned, my personal
opinion is derived from my investigation
and from reading; I 'should think the
opinion was that uium,or any compound of
alumina, would lin decidedly injurious.
Q. Do I understand you to say that any
baking powder in which there ore alumi
nous salts, or any resultant from alum which
could bo absorbed in digestion, is objec
tionable and injurious?
A. Extremely so.
JOSKPII II. KAYMOND
called, sworn and testified as follows:
Q. Would you be good enough to stato
your profession ?
A. I am a physician, sir, and n profes
sor of physiology.
Q. You also were, and have been for
some time, sanitary superintendent in
Brooklyn is not that so?
A. I have, sir.
Q. Now, air, I will ask you your opinion,
from this experience, whether tho use of
alum with soda, in a baking powder, is in
jurious or not, in its physiological ellectt '
A. I consider it to budungerouH
Q. You examined this question for tho
board of health in Brooklyn, some years
ago, did you not?
A. Two years ago, sir, iu Docciubor,
Q. What was the result of your investi
gation as to the use of alum in bak g
A. The result of my investigation ,t
tho time, was this: That tho char '
which took place between the lima , it
alum baking powder was put in the br.vi.l,
and tho timo tho bread was eaten, the
chemical changes were so little understood
by chcmiitU, that ns a physician and physi
ologist, I considered it a dangerous experi
ment. Dr. Mott, tho government chemist, in his
review of tho subject In tho Scientific
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American, makes sjiecial mention of hav
analized the Iloyal Baking Powder, and
found it composed of pure and wholesomo
materials. He also advises the public to
avoid purchasing baking powders as
sold loose or in bulk, as he found by an
alyses of many samples that tho worst
adulterations are practiced in thi.t form.
The label and trade mark of a well known
and responsible manufacturer, ho adds.
is the best protection the public can have.
Itching Piles Symptoms und Cure.
Tiie symptoms are moisture, like pers
piration, intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly nt
night, as if pin worms were craw ling in and
abi u'. the rectum ; the private parts are
sometimes affected ; if allowed to continue,
very serious rV-sults . may follow. Dr.
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Itch, Blotches, nil Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
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Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
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stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
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Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo and e sew here.
Swayne's Pills are tho best for nil bil
ious dihorders. They ward off Chills and
Fever. ( 1 )
Jay D. Dc.nmno, clerk, Wabash shops
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45 Year Before the Public,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
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As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
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Each wrapper bears the signatures of
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the market being full of imitations of the
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In Hark or tilclo, Los of Memory, premature lW,
Age and I'lsease
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No matter how
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COMPOUND SYRUP OF
1 A CERTAIN KEMKPY FOIt
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
Sl'EEniLYJI'AMl PKIMANKN.TLY CURES
Contention of tlio Lung, nronchitl, Consump
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Palpitation of th n lleiirt, Trenibllngof llm Hnuda
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St. John, N, B.
Mr. Jainca I, Fellow, Chemist, St. John, N.lt,
Dear Kir:-liming used your Compound syrup
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four of a4 Octaves each, und one of three Octaves. Thirteen Stops with (Irand
Organ I)iapon, Melodla, Viola. Hiite.Celcstc, Dulcet, Echo, Mulodla-Forte. Celestlna, Vlollnu, Flute
Forte, Tr molo, (iraud-Orgnii and (irand-twe.il. Knee-Slop Height 74 Inchet: Length. 43 In; Width,
-.4 In: Weight, boxed, .'UHl lbs. Thecasc laof solid wuluut, veneered with choice woods, and is of aa
entirely new and benutiliil design, eluborutely carved, with raised punnels, mualc closet, lamp stand,
fretwork. Etc., allelegantly finished. Posesee tho latest und best improvements, with great power,
depth, brilliancy and sympathetic quality of tone. Beautiful olo i fleets and perfect ttop action.
Regtilnr ruiall price $i"r). our wholesule nel rash price to havo il Introduced, with stool and book,
only $nV a one organ ell others. Positively no deviation in prico opajnunt nqtilnd nttll yon
have fully tested the organ In your own home. We end oil Organs on 15 days test trial and pay freight
both way If Instrument 1 not us represented. Fully wurranti d for 6 year. Other slvlei-Sttop or
gan only 115; 11 slopi. $V 14 atop, $115. Ovur M'.'.ooO sold, and every Organ ha given the fullest sat
isfaction, lllustrnted circular mailed nee. Fnctory and wnreroomt. fiTth Ht. and IDth Avo
STIFKT IMimiC t one-third price. Culuioguo of 'M'O choice piece tent for 3c atamp. This)
i'lllOU Catalogue includes most of the popular mueic of the day and every variety of
musical compoltloiii by the best authorB, Adtlress,
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO., P.O. box 2058, New York City.
BOOTS AND S1IOKS
Maniilacturer and dealer in Custom-made
BOOTS and SHOES.
Fluent and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes for Uoys'and
Men's wear to bo
found in tlio city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N, B. All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
douo on thoit notice.
Virvlttli Qf Botwcrn Commercial and
.LllglilU Ol., Wahlngtou At.
I i t at i 4
t MMtlM -
a 1 1
1 1 vv. i? rmi ti . a i ktv
Cures by ABSOlil'TIOy (Xature'K way
4 11 LUNG DISEASES,
A Mthuoat DISEASES,
Bit BATHING Troubles
It DHIVKS INTO tho yitem curative gent
nnd h nl J n ir medicine,
11 bKAWS FltO.M the dleoaeed part tbe poisons
that ranso death.
THOUSANDS TKSTIFYTO ITS VIKTl'Ks.
You can be Relieved and Cured
Don't def pair until yon havn iricd this enib'e.
Easily Applied and RADICALLY K W
V E C T V A L Kemedy
Sold hy drncKlsts, or aent by mail on receipt ol
price, .'.00, by
mSSw.DdourTHKONLY LUNG PAD CO.
viV.f "Jhre.1 DETROIT,
Sent fruc, Michigan.
Manager, for the Northwest.
everything he has ever tried for Kheuinari
Ohio, says it cured him of a sore throat of i
have used it in my f-nuily with complete
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Fret mans" New National
of color arc unequalled. Color from 2 t 5
Yourselves by making mon-
ley when a golden chance, ia
Offered, thereby always
keopiug poverty from your
door. Those who always
take advautatre nf Iho onaA
chances Tor making money that ire offered, general
ly become wealthy, while, those who do not im
prove such chances remain in poverty. Wo waal
many meu. women, boys anil girl to do work for na.
right In their own localities, Tho bntlnesa will
pay moro than ton timet ordinary wage. Wa
furnish au expensenslve out ill and all that you
need frco. No one who engages falls to ntta
money rapidly. You ran devote your whole tlmo
to tho work, or only your spare moment. Full
inl'ormiillon and all that It needed tent free. Ad
dress STINHON CO., Portland. Mame,
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
-C STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan- Iron "Works
03 OHIO LEYER. CAIRO. 1118.
John T. Rennie
HAVING established hit works at the above man
Honed plaeo is better prepared than yr fut
manufacturing Steam Engine and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ampla Tool, t&
manufacture of all kladtof Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Forging made a tpeelalty.
Especial attention given to repair of lr 'tat aa4
Bra Casting of all kind mad to ordei
iipe r mt u au iu oraaita. , , v