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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1831.
M Kb It.' A I,.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacha, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quins, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation f'n earth cpiala St. rt ,ns flit U
a ,tifr,turr,,tmil&wi cheap Kxttnial lumHy.
A Ir al entail nut the cr.niiarHlirly trifling outlay
of 3l tn. and every one rufTt'iiiiir w ilti pain
cii have cheap and positive pruof of lu claim.
Direction la Eleven Language.
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Ir. At. .l r! Iat- of London), who m..ke a
r ifi laiiy of Kiiilcpsy. has without doubt treated
andcur.-d mure casi-athan any other l:vt i j hyl
clan. Ilia aureus lu suui'lr own, atu.ietit.'g;
wo have hi-ard of es- of oi-r Jl year' Handing,
stirre.. fully cured ly litm. lie ha pHMished a
valuaMe work on tin dls-nsc, which lie uriiii V Uu
a Urife botlli-iif hi wniiil.rful cire f r ? l -,
sulTi Tt-r who may si ad It.t'r i irci-c and I'. O. ad
1 rt!i . We advl nn.Mi" wishing a ruro ti 'l
d Dr. Alt. MKliEUOI.K. .No. '.fS John t., New
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MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN. MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For nil Female Complaints.
ThU preparation, a Iti nam atitnlflM, eomilati n(
Vdri'Ubk' I'n, rtin thut art) tuunilow to thu inunt dul
Iratolnralld. I'iK.n uiw trial tlx morlU of thli Cura
pound wlllUorwiinilwd.ajnplk'f la lmroolUti and
when I la uw la cmitlnuM, In nlnctynlno oa.i la a huo.
lf jr. On account of lt vnnvn merit. It la today rw
commanded and prvacrilK d hy tlio beat pbyaklani In
It will euro aiitlroly tlw ort form of falUnj
of tlio uti'rua, U urorrlio, Irn gnlar and painful
Mrruitruatlnn.allflTarlanTniul, Innaninwtloa and
Vlrairatlon, KluodlnmaUIiliiplacommta anil tlx ouo
acijucntaiilnal wwiknwia, and la eapcruuijr adnitiid to
tlx ChatiK nf Ufn, It will dlmWo and ett-l tumnrt
from tlio uU'rualnan early atniro of di.o,mpnti f),e
tendency to rannaroua humora tlicro la cUuckgd Tar
pevdlly by IU uan.
In fact It hu prorwl to ho tlia gm.
oat and bent rvmod that baa over own dlacumr
ad. It iMi-moatca orvry portion of tlio ayitom, and viva
now life and rliror. It roniovM faliitncaa.natulenry, d.
etroya all craTlDg for atlmulanta, aild ralluTca weaknaai
of tlia atomacta
l cun Illoatlnp;, ncadachol, Kirrona Proatratlon,
Ocnerol Debility, Blccploauicaa, DaproaaioD and Indl
gvatioD. Tiiatfcallufof bearlns down, sauting pain,
walftbt and backacbo, In nlwaya pennannntly cured hy
Itauaa. Itwlllatalltlmea.auduiidurall olrcuiuatan
era, act In harmony with the law that (ororua U
for KldncyCoinplalnUinf cither act thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
la prepamd at CU and Ml WimU'rn Aiiuc, Lynn, Main.
IVtoo ll.oo. Rlx bottliMfurlMXk Kent hy mall In tlx
form of plllx, alan In tlio form of Lnannina, on receipt
of price, li no, per box, for cither, lira. I'INKIIAM
freely anawcra all letter of Impilry. Bend for pam
phlet. Aildmeaaal)T NnttUm fftii jMnrr,
No family "hould be without LYDIA I'lNKIUM'
UV.liriUA They euro ContlUon, llUlouauuaa
and ToroliUty of Um Uvr. M oenta uer boi.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholi'aitlo BKi-iiln for LYDIA K. fINKIIAM'8
Xhllrlak. Huttih'f, If )","' want a Imalticaa at
V v "which pcraom of jilllicr ant r n mnUo great
a I in time t'ler wra, wr.io i,)r particular, to
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Kdlted In Ibu Intereat of the Cuiro Public Lihrary.
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
AGE AND THE INTELLECT.
THE TIMK OK I.IFK AT WUICU THE Wi'lT
WOIIK HAS KEEN IJONE.
Krom the Boeton Courier.
"Tlic richer a nature," HitiU Curly lu, '"thu
harder unJ slower its development. Two
boys werconcu of a cl-ws ia the EdlnLurgh
grmumer school; Joha ever triui, precise
and dux; Walter ever slovenly, confused
and dolt. In duo time John lecume I'.uillie
John Hunter square, and Walter became
Sir Walter Scott of tlio universe. The
quickeHt and coinpletest of all vegetables is
the cabbage." This slowly developed "Sir
Walter Scott of the universe" was thirty
four when ho made his first draft of "Wav
vcrley," and forty-three when ho rewrote
and published it. Nearly every one of
those tales which conferred immortality
upon him was composed alter he had reach
ed the age of forty-six. He wrote the
"Heart of Mid-Lothian" at forty-seven;
the "lirido of Lamracrmoor,""A Legend of
Montrose" and ''Ivanhoo" at forty-tight;
the "Pirate" and "Peveril of the Peak" at
fifty; the "Tales of the Crusaders" at fifty
four, and the ''Chnmiclesof the Canongate"
Cnrlyle was forty-two when lie published
the "French Revolution," the first work of
Lis to which he formally put his name. The
publication of his work was, it is true, de
layed, owing to the burning of the MS. of
one volume through the carelessness of Mrs.
Taylor, to whom it had been loaned by
John Stuart Mill; but if that mishap had
not occured Curlyle would havo been over
f jrty before his work could have appeared.
His "Cromwell" was publiahed when he
was fifty; the first two volumes of his
"Frederick the Great" when he was sixty
three, another two when when he was sixty
seven, and the last two when he was sixty
nine. Swift was fifty-nine when he pub
lished "Gulliver's Travels," and certainly
did no work on it before he was fifty-seven.
Tennyson had reached fifty when his first
idyls, "Enid," "Elaine," "Vivien," nod
"Guinevere" were published, and w?s about
sixty-two whi n ho completed tlio series
with "Gareth and Lynette." Macaulny
was forty-eight when lie issued the first
and second volumes of his "History of
England," and the third and fourth did not
appear till he was fifty-five. Good as are
the essays of his early manhood, they p:ile
when compared with this work of his
John Stuart Mill was 53 when his ess iy
"On Lilwrty" was published and 5J when
be gave us that on "Utilitarianism." Mil
ton was certainly more than 54 when he be
gan to compose his "Paradise Lost." He
was 59 when he sold it to Simmons, the
bxikseller. George Eliot composed "Mid-
dleruarch" between the age of 40 and 51,
and since then "Daniel Deronda." P.acon
was 59 before lie published his great work,
"Tho Novum Organum." Cowper was
over 50 when he wrote "John Gilpin" and
ttio"Tak," and Detoe 5S when ho pub
lished 'Robinson Crusoe." Darwin pub
lished his "Origin of Species" when 50,
and his "Dcsecut of man" when sixty-two.
Grotc wrote the larger part of his "History
of Greece" between the ages of fifty-two
and sixty-two, and Hallam occupied nearly
the same period of life with his "Introduc
tion to the Literaturo of Europe," The two
woiksby which Thomas Hood has survived
the grave, "Tho Bridge of Sighs" and "The
Song ot tho Shirt," were composed when
he was forty-six, and on a sick-bed from
which he never rose.
Longfellow gave us "Hiawatha" when
forty-eight; "Tales of a Wayside Inn" when
fifty-six, and since then has been as prolific
as ho has been excellent. We need only men
tion his translation of Dante's "Divina
Commedia," and his exquisite poem,
"Morituri Salutamus." "Tho Autocrat of
the Breakfast Table" was published when
Holmes was forty-eight, and "Songs in
Many Keys" when ho was fifty-five. Wash
ington Irving completed "Talcs of tho Al
hamora" at forty-nino, published "Ma
homet" at sixty-seven, and tho "Life of
George Washington" after that ago. Pres-
cott wroto, wo believe, tho "Conquest of
Mexico" between tho ages of forty-ouo and
forty seven, and tho "Conquest of Peru,"
between torty-scven and fifty-one. Motley
completed the "History of the United
Netherlands" at flfly-tbreo, and after that
began tho history of "John of Barm-veld,"
which hu published when ho wns sixty.
Fieucliineii havo produced very remarka
blu books long after tho noon day of life.
Laplaco did an extraordinary amount of
mathematical work after three rcoio ami
tun, and Victor Hugo scarcely "got under
way"bolore ho was CO. Ho published
'Napoleon tho Littlo" at 00; "Los Chati
monU" at 61 ; "Lea Miserablca" at 57 ; tho
Tolleri ot tho Sen" at 01 ; "Tho Muii Who
Laughs" at 07, and tho "Annals of a Tcrrl.
bio Year" ut 70. Tho great phyiiiclbt and
mathematician, Ampere, did not begin to
devote his attention to tho phenomena ot
electro-magnetism till ho was torty-five,
and it was from fifty-ono to fifty-three that
he published his "Observations," a work
characterized, as has been said, by ''pro
found thought and extraordinary philo
sophical sagacity." Racine was fifty when
he wrote his drama of "Esther," and fifty
two, that of "Athalie," tho finest produc
tion of his genius, and a masterpiece of
dramatic eloqueocc, Thiers was sixty-five
when he completed his "Consulate and
Empire," and Chateaubriand, sixty-three
when he published his "Etudes."
Cervantes had passed his fifty-eighth
year before ho published the first part of
"Don Quixote," and was sixty-eight when
he issued the second part. He and Shak
speare died on tho same day.
Cicero composed most of his philosophic
al treatises between tho ages ot fifty-eight
and sixty-two. Galileo published his "Dia
logue on the Two Principal Systems ot the
Vurld" at sixty-eighth; tho "Dialogue on
Local Motion" at seventy-four, tho ago at
which ho discovered the moon's diurnal
Goethe and Kant, two of tho greatest
minds that ever lived, did, in view of their
later works, scarcely anything till they had
passed the age of forty-five. Kant was noth
ing but a professor till fifty-Beven, when
he published his "Critique of Pure Reason,"
on which he had begun work ten years
before. When sixty-four he issued his
"Critique of Practical Reason," and his
"Critique on Judgment" was published two
years later. But the most conspicuous liter
ary example ot fertility at an advanced
age is Goethe. At forty-eight he published
"Hermann and Dorothea," and at fifty-six,
his immortal "Faust." "If Goethe," says
Carlyle, "had died in 1800 (tho year when
'Faust' appeared), he would have achieved
a greater renown than any other man of
letters; but he was destined to live twenty
six years longer, years of labor and pro
ductiveness." In 1809, when fifty nine, he
published "Elective Affinities," and in
1831, at the age of eighty-two, "Helena,"
the second part of "Faust."
THE SEVEN BIBLES OK THE WORLD.
The seven bibles of the world are the
Koran of the Mohammedans, the Ed das of
the Scandinavians, the Try Pitikes of the
Buddhists, the Five Kings of the Chinese,
the three Vedas of the Hindoos, the Zenda
Tfsta, and the Scriptures of the Christians,
Tho Koran is the most recent of these seven
bibles, and not older than the seventh cent
ury of our era. It is a compound of quota
tinns from the Old and New Testaments,
the Talmud, and the Gospel of St. Barna
bas. The Eddas of the Scandinavians were
first published in the fourteenth century
The Pitikes of the Buddhists contain sub
lime morals and pure aspiations, but their
author lived and died in the
sixth century before Christ
There is nothing of excellence in
these sacred books not found in the Bible.
The sacred writings of the Chinese are call
ed the Five Kings, "king" meaning web of
cloth or the warp that keeps the threads
in their place. They contain the best
sayings of the best sages on tho ethico-
political duties of life. These sayings
cannot be traced to a period higher than
thre eleventh century B. C. Tho three
Vedas are the most ancient books ot the
Hindoos, and it is the opinion of Max
Muller, Wilson, Johnson and Whitney,
that they are not older than eleven centu
ries B. C. The Zendovesta of the Persians
is the grandest of all tho sacred books
next to our Biblo. Zoroaster, whose say
ings it contains, was born in the twelfth
century B. C. Moses lived and wrote his
Pentateuch fifteen centuries B. C, and
therefore has a clear margin of three hun
dred years over the most ancient of the
other sacred writings.
TnK price paid for a history of tho
world by tho king of Northumberland in
000 was 800 acres of land, and in ancient
times one of the Countess of Anjou gave
120 crowns for but one book of Livy, and ,
for a volumo of homilies, 200 sheep and
A Dautrhtcr 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; temblo cough, her hfo
Rradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use ''Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup
cf Wild Cherry," which she did. In a
short timo she was tree from all cough and
other symptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 25 cents and $1 a bottlo or
6 bottlus $5. Tho large size is the most
economical. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne
fc Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druggists.
An occasional doso of "Swayne's Pills"
should bo taken to keep tho bowels free.
They are excellent for torpid liver and bil
ious complaints. Hold by all tho Cairo
To all who aro suffering from tho errort
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
oarlv decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
end a rccipo that will euro you, frco of
chargn. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a Btilf-addresstHi envelopo to the Iter. Joieph
T. Iumm,( atallon D, New York City.
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The wharf presents a deserted appear
ance Binco the whart boats were removed.
Heavy ice has been passing tho past
twenty-four hours, but will probably run
out by to-morrow evening.
Captain Tom Shields is very likely at
East Cairo casting longing eyes at the op.
posito shore. Arrangements are being
made to render the captain's sojourn at
that point, as long as possible, as it is
deemed important that the Gold Dust
should leave ere his arrival home.
The mouth of the Ohio strongly resem
bles a "port of entry," it being full of
wharfboats, barges and steamboats, dipt.
John McCord and Mr. Masou came over
yesterday, chaperoned by Commodores Jim
Phillips and Horace Bixby. They report
Capt. Bill Riley in charge of the fleet, and
growing fat and hearty. The visit of these
gentlemen was for the purpose of laying in
stores and hearing the news. Black bottles,
poker decks and Durham tobacco were the
principle items purchased.
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
IT BLNG8 OP A OKATEM'L IIEAKT AM) GIVES
HOKOIl WIIEKK IIOJ.OU IS UlE.
Mr. S. W. Capps, cf Scottsville, Macoupin
county, III., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
1880, to Dr. Swayne & Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-Jiealig Ointment.'
having had the Itching Piles for about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in saying one
thousand dollars but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed me almost to
death. When I became warm, particularly
at night, the itching would begin, and the
only relict was to bathe in cold water,
sorretimcs as often as six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to tr.C your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, and I will say that
it is the best Ointment in the world, a ml
will recommend it to one and all as such.
Swayne's Ointment is sold by all druairUts.
S. W. Frisbie, of East Toledo, Ohio,
says: It afforded my son relief, and dis
pelled all signs of this dread disease, winch
has allncted him since childhood. I cheer
fully recommend the "Only Lung Tad" to
all Asthmatic sufferers bee Adv.
If you take our advice you will lose no
time in calling on your druirgist for "Sel
lers' Cough Syrup" without an equal
Price 25 cents.
Notice We were suffering the most ex
cruciating pain from imlhimmatory rheu
matism. One application ol lr. Unmms
EclectrlcOil afforded almost instant relief,
and two fifty cent bottles effected a perma
nent cure. Paul G. hchuli, Agent.
O. E. CVmstock, Caledonia, Minn.
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a time wnen the community is flooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is rclrcshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious are the proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery tor tin
Consumption of the worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkablecurative powers claimed
Dr. Kings New Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or ODy affection
of the throat or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy a trial
by calling on Geo. h. O Ilara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottlcs,$1.00.(l)
The Iiiglit Sort of General. .
Jacob Smith, Clinton St., Buffalo, says ho
has used Spring Blossom in his family as a
general medicine for cases of Indigestion,
Biliousness, Bowel and Kidney complaints,
and disorders arising from impurities of the
blood, he speaks highly of its efficacy.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
From numerous cases of Dyspepsia and
Constipation, cured by the use of Fellows'
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphilcs, after
every other known remedy had been used in
vain, its efficacy in restoring the functions
of Digestion and Evacuation is manifest.
Jacob Martzolk, of Lancaster, N. Y.,
says your Spring Blossom works well for
everything you recommend it, myself, wife
and children havo all used it, you can't find
a healthier family in New York State.
Oct. 5th, 18S0.
To Nervous SuflVrers-Tlie l.reat KuroiiraiiRep-
cuv-Dr. J. H. Simpson's Speclllc JIimIIi'Iuc.
Dr. J.B, rllmtmin'a Siiccllli- Sleillcliie In a nnm.
tire cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotoney, Veiikin ia
and all (Hmchrcp reHiiltlnutroni Mf-AhiiH!. n Ner
vnuB Dehlltlv, Irritability, Metiliil Anxiety, l,imi;niir,
Laasltude, Depreeiloi ofsiplrlleiiliil ruiiellelinl (In
rannemonta of tho Norvotia Syalem ycncrnllv l'uli"
In Hack or Hide), Lone of Meinnrv, I'reiiintiire OW,
that lead to Con
ty autl an vnrly
grave, or both.
No mattur bow
yatem may be
from exc.uMca of
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ttorji and procure health and hnpplnc, when lie
fore wai doauoutluncv and Bloom. 'Mm Siiei'lllo
Medicine la bolng used with wonderful cue
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get full partlcHlara,
Price. Hiieelilc. l .00 ncr tiarkni'O. or Hi nnck.
ate for .VO, Will bo aeiit by mall ou receipt of
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'our of U'i Octave each, and one of three Octave, Thlitien Mi l wlih Crand
Organ- Diapton, Melodla. Mola, ,r lutc.C'elestu. Dulcet, Echo, Melmll Fntle. ( elesllna. Molina. Flme-l-orie,
l P iii,,lii((,riiiid Organ anil (irai.d swel). Kueii-Slop. IMght ;. Inches: I.enth. In; Wldtk,
'I III! Weight, boxed, MO Ills. Thecase of tollil wiilt.nt. v,.i,, ,..,,l ..HI, ,i,.,i, ..." .i. i ' .. '"'
enilrely new and lieiintlliil delgn. elaborately carved, with rnfsed parmels, n-iislc closet, lamp lard.
rrelwork. F.lc, all elegantly finished los.etsi the latest and best liepromncr.t. wllh gr-at rower,
d-pih, brilliancy nnd s.Mupiulietlc iiinllly of tone. IViuilHnl solodlicis aid pcr'n-t slop acticn
Kegulnr re all price '5. t'ur wholesale nel cash nrlcc t !,.. o I. i,,,rf,....i .in i .'. .i...,.
only :. bh one orgau sell other. I'oslllvely no deviation ii, price ? , i n n i ni n un n d null rcn
hnve fully lesi, il the orgi-n !n your ewn home. We tend nil Oignns on lr, ilnv test trlnl nnd r" frcl'tht
hntii ways If In-triitnen' I not a represented, Fullv wan-Mill d for fi venr Oiln-r nvles-s'slno or-
giiii.nyii,.,; wiop.ssr,: h top. 8 11,1. uvr'.'.MH sol.l.and everv Organ La riven the fulleM tat-l-liii'lioti.
Illitstriited circu ar ma led tree. 1'nilnri nun nr,.r,,.,m. ',r,i, k, i, ,k ...
SliKEI iSIC ""'tlilKl i.rlro. Catalogue of 3MU choice pi. ce tent for 8c a'atnp. Thll
Ul ' , . lalalogiie Incliidea nnwi of the popular niiitk of ILoduy nnd every variety
iniislcitl composition, by thu heat uuthora, Address, 1
31 ENDELSS0I1NPJAN0 CO.,
UUAY'S KI'KCIFIC MK.IHCINF,
TRADE MARK.TheOruatEngllslilKADF. MARK
""'"ledy, an tin
ifi: - lfiilllm? mru for
W Ws'niiual W eaknes
W il) Sperniiitorrhoea,
inipoteucy, autl all
disease that fol
low a a conse
quence of tclf
n r mi' anuse; n ios 01
JJelOrO lahungiucmnry, tinlvernl
abuse; n los of,
liisslliido, puln'u thu hack, dim-
i r m.t.,.
l..r.r,,i .. ,t'.i, . g,.
and many other diense that lead to Insanity or
roiisiiinpiliin and a tireniatiiru grave,
vi.i,, .,,.!.. i,t ..... aiiur x at inc.
run parurtiiare in our pamphlet, which w do
tire to send free by mall to every one. The ape
clHc medicine I told by all druggist at fl per
pin sage, u inr -, or win no keut irec ny mnll on
receipt or tno mutiny hv adilresslnirTIIK OKAY
MEIIR'IMC CO., No.S Mechanic block. Detroit
Mich. Sold In Cairo by Barclay llro., J'aul U
Scliuli aiidOeo. K. O' ilara,
' Outflt tent free to thoao who wlah to en-
iriigo in me iiinsi pienant ami prolltuhlu
.liuslneaa known, Kverythlng new.
F Capital D.it required. Wo. will rirulsh
Ol rCapiial n.it required. Wo. will rirulsh
W v cvervthlng. J10 day and upward I vol
II .hi.IIv m.iln u-lllimt.
homo over night, No risk whatever. Man new
WMPk.'S. Ulllltlll t Illicit. ttiu ... r....
- . ,....j rii iiikkiuk ll'ifc.
lines a Ithu bus lie, i.aillo. ,,nii .
men, nd voung hoy and girl inn great pay. No
one who law llllnir to work full' to make more
money r.t-rj iin.v man can n made lu a wea at ny
oilier employment, Tlmsu who engage at once
viii linn ennrv ruin in roniino. Auiirca u.
II ALL HIT A CO., Portland Maine.
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(M .iMMIMaHMlMWIUHMw I
. a , . ) a . aw m
Cures by ABSORPTION (Nature's way
A II LUNG DISEASES,
A J ITHROAT DISEASES,
It DHIVKS INTO tho tyatem curative agent
and heallne niedirlne.
It DHAVt S FKU.M the dleentcd parte the poltons
that rau death.
THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO ITS VIKTI E9.
You can lie Relieved and Cured
Don't dcfpnlr until you hnvn tried thl tcnlhie,
Kasilv Applied nnd RADICALLY EF
Sold by druirKlm, or tent by anil on receipt C
price, i!.0O, by
mSnWiMd oirTIIEOSLY LOG TAD CO.
hook " Three DETROIT,
jiiiiuonttt cnr ' it. i,. '
Managers for the Northwest.
PRICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Cairo, Ills., for Mrs. Freeruans' New National
of color are unequalled. Color from 3 to 5
made one ol Hie llnest displava at (ho Centennial
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ii no tirgan
tent on 1- dav test trlnl ficlcM
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P.O. box 20511, New York City.
"V Yourselvea liv timblni. mnn.
ley wheu a golden chauoo I
keeping poTerty from your
uuor. inoso run aiway
. . ,. take advanta'..e of tho good
chance for making money that are otloTed, general
ly bocouio wealthy, while those who do not Im
prove tuch chances remain In poverty. V want
many men. women, boy and girls to do work foru
right lu their own localltlu, The business will
Pay more than ten tunes ordinary wagea. We
furnish nn expencnlve outfit and all that yon
need free. No one who engage fail to make
money rapidly, Yon can devote yonr whola time
to the work, or only your tparo moment. Full
Information and all that I needed tmt freo. Ad
dri BTINSON A (.(., I'ortland. Mahie,
Denj. P. Ghafton, Stout II. Ladd
IlAI.UKUT E. TaINE.
Lata CommlMlonor of Patent,
PAINK, OtLAl'TON & LADD,
Attorney at-Law and Solicitor of A Kartell and
i riFTn 8TIIEET, WASniNOTOJT, D. O.
Practice patent law In all It brioche In th
Patent office, and In the Supreme and Circuit
Oonrt of th United State, Pamphlet ent free
ou receipt of flatup for poitag
V -all II