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THE DAILY C'AIIIO I1ULLKTIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, lsi.
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Communication upon nhject of general Intornut
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
m inucrlpt will not he returned.
Letter and communication hould he addreaaed
'K. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnoi "
''Love," snys tlie Philadelphia
Chronicle, "niiikcs many u good nlit
ami go to waist."
Within ono year New Orleans has
Blunted to France and Italy 2,tW.(.K0
gallons of cuttou-sml oil.
An iron foundry man recommends
powdered pine wood charcoal as an
unfailing remedy for scalds and burns.
The gifts of the native converts in
Erzerouin, Turkey, were equivalent
last year to $VJ for each man, woman
Pear trees planted 90 years au'o in
the old mission gunlons at Santa Cruz,
Cal., by the Spanish priests, still yield
Anna Dickinson says she will never
marry until she cau bakes loaf of
bread, and that she will never bake
bread while she has her senses.
The .lews in Vienna have advanced
in tcu years from 8 to 11 per cent of
the population, and they receive near
ly one-eighth of all the income from
A critic says that while l'alti sius
ballad, pronouncing each word clear
ly, her notes are so distinct ami round
that the hearer feels as if he could
pick up each one and ml it in his
The California magnums are credit
ed with an amount of wealth which
would comfortably support a small
countrv. Mr. Charles Crocker is stat
ed to i.e worth 4;M,l'J.0,t68; Mr. Lc
laud Stanford, $3Mi:U'J3, and Mrs.
Mary 1 S. lLopkii4l-''V-s0f9"-'
Thcrc is a law in .Munich dating
from a time anterior to the kings, Riid
instituted by a count who had an in
tense horror of being buried alive,
which ret u ires that every person who
dies shall bo placed in a bouse for the
dead, and there shall remain three days
previous to burial. To n ring on one
of the lingers of the dead isa wire fast
ened, leading to a bell, so that any
movement of the band arouses the at
tendant, lu tho past hundred years
t two or three eases of waking in the
house have occurred. During the
uiplera epidemic in 18.V-5(j, when tho
h6ase was always full, a lady ono
night awoke from her sleep ami rush
ed out iu tho street, frightening so ter
ribly a coachman, who believed her to
bo a ghost, that he died at once. The
lady recovered and the coachman took
her place on the bier iu tho bouse of
Tn K "London llmr Color Restorer"
is the iiioHt (lelighp'ul nrticlc every in
troduced tn the American people nnd
totally diUercm from nil other Imir re
storers, being entirely free from nil
impure ingredients Hint render many
other articles lor the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or fulling of the Imir
exist, or prematurely grayness, Irom
Bickness or other causes, its use will
restore tin. unbind youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
sculp from ull impurities, dtiridruu", etc.,
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
turned, rendering tho hair soft
and plyable, makiog it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your tlruggiht for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle. (1)
INotick We were suffering the most ex
cruciating pain from iuiflatumiitnry rheii
Uiatism. One application of Dr. Thomas
Eclectrlc Oil afforded almost instunt relief,
and two fifty cent bottles effected a perma
nent cure. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
O. E. Co.mhtock, Caledonia, Minn.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, wo know
Db. Kino's New Discovkuy will give you
immediate relief. We know of hundreds
of easel it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines bad failed. No
other remedy can idiow one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that J)n. Kino b Nkw Diacov
irt will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Hoarsness, or any Throat r
I.unir disease, if you will call at Ceo. t.
O'Hara'i drug store.Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular sizo
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All About Style. ,
Perhaps avmi more women might
rise to positions ot distinction in many
occupations suitnblo tor tnem were li
not for the tax on their time nnd
strength consequent on the demands
ot dre1 and fashion. With ninny wo.
men dress in all its details and neees
sides of shopping, tilting, etc., is a
business requiring an avemcro of three
or four hour dailv. Subtract this
from tho hours of a working-da v nnd
It Involves a great loss of valuable
timnand streimth. A woman tW
oughly devoted to any art cannot dress
after tho reiulatiou style and pattern.
If the man desires to step out on the
street for any purposo ho puts on hit
coat and goes, if tho woman so goM
out it involves an outlav of at least
fifteen or twenty minutes' time to "lU
up." Thero are exceptions, but thii
is the rule. Dress and tho require
mcnls nnd encumbrances of fashior
prove a constant drautrht. imiiedinieiii
and encumbrance on tho woman's timo
nnd strength the young and pretty
woman being hero referred to. iii
this nge of competition, success in any
occupation must bo gained at the cost
of constant, uiiintermiitiii:: attention
and pcrserveranee. The working edi
tor, merchant, lawyer or artist cannot
go with gloved hands, and ho often
gains time at the expense of a well-
worn coat in tho public thoroughfare.
Aliiwst without being nware of tho
motive, man's garb lias, during the
last hundred years, more and more
adapted itself to the practical needs of
business. r.ven tho dandv ot to-day
copies the general style of the worker.
How much business ot aiiydescription
would a man now accomplish it clad
In the ribbons, frills and ruffles of the
Court popiuiuvs of Charles tho Sec
ond's time? Yet, relative to her own
peculiar fashion, the woman retains
all the encumbrance- of that era.
A young man is never more certain of
social success thau tho moment when
most other young men never mention
him without saying that they "would
like to kick him." As Thackeray ob
served iu the case of Pendeunis', that
desire is the result of envy, and of con
scious humiliation awakened on manly
bosoms. To provoke people so much
is a token of superiority, and a prize
of noochalauce. Nor is it social dan
dyism alone which thus irriuUes the
rabble of decent fellows who have
neither the vanity .nor the impudence,
nor the strength of resolution to win
distinction. -Literary dandyism is al
so excessively annoying to the rugged
lualmen of letter, the rapid pic
turesque writers, the half or quarter
educated persons who crowd tho press
and tarry their farfago of ill-sorted
observations to an uncritical public.
These industrious percous detest the
literary dndy, the man who minds
bis periods, and regards the cadence of
his sentences, and shuns stock illustra
tions of quotations, as the sociahliuidy
avoids dirty gloves and clumsy boots.
They bowl at him as the little numer
ous street boys bully some small Eton
ian with a tall bat and broad white
collar, who has lost himself in Seven
Dials. This antagonism naturally
breeds more excess in literary dandy
ism, till the prose of some critics is as
lull of unisk and millefleurs as the
handkerchief of a popular preacher.
Roth parties are hardened in their
wa tho rough and ready presniian
Incomes careless even ot grammar, and
trots oli this quotations from Macau
ley's essays more vigorously than of
old. The prose of the exquisite begins
to die away in aromatic nonsense, and
his ifreat ucnius tires itself to death iu
the hunting for rare exotic adjectives.
This picture from an British stand
' a .1 1 '..1.1.. i.: -. i.
point suuies uriguiiy aiso on tins sure
of tho Atlantic and can be accurately
applicd to American gentlemen of
literary disposition and miscellaneous
Sheep in the Orchard.
The practice of keening sheep in the
apple-orchard from the time the. fruit
begins to fall till tho approach of cold
weather, is gaining favor wherever it
has been introduced. Most orchard-
ists recommend seeding an orchard to
grass as soon as the trees are sufficient
ly lanre to produce a fair crop of fruit.
In fact it is difficult to cultivate tho
soil after this period without doing
more harm than good to the trees.
Constant plowing is likely to result
in barking the trunks of the trees, in
breaking limbs that are near tho
ground and iu injuring tho roots that
are near the surface. No crop id' any
considerable value can ho raited after
tho trees are lare enough to shade
most of tho laud. It is difficult to
gather apples iu an orchard where the
ground between the trees has beeu re-
cent ly plowed.
Apples are most easily harvested in
an orchard where tho surfaco of tho
ground is covered with short, soft
grass. It is difficult to mow tho grass
in tho orchard either with a machine
or a haiiii-scvthe. If a machine is used
it Is likely to be injured. Tho grass
that grows in an orchard is wanted as
a fertilizer for the trees, and should bo
employed for that purposo. By keep
ing sheep in an orchard tho grass will
be kept short, and nearly All t ho weeds
nnd suckers destroyed. Sheep will
omctimcB eat tho bark ot trees if
there is a scarcity of food and water,
but this habit may bo prevented by
occasionally smearing tho trunks of
the trees with somo substance that
will render the bark distasteful.
Sheen will keep tho grass in an or
chard short, ami cause it to become
thick and soft, so that apples falling
upon it at harvest-timo will not be
By keeping sheep in an orchnrd tho
fertility of tho soil is insured, and the
trees kept in a thrifty state If not
more than ten sheep aro kopt on each
acre in trees, tho grass and tho apples
that fell lu consequence of being bit
ten by insects, or on account of tho
winds, will furnish them n sufficient
suppl v of food. Tho number of sheep
may bo increased to supplying Home
grain which may bo fod out in long
boxes raised a short distance from tho
ground or placed directly on tho grass.
A daily ration of grain will bo very ben
eficial to sheep that aro eating b'uccii
lontfood as prass that grows in the
shade an J juiey apples, as it supplies
the elements 0i foou i,na, are lacic.
in these substances. In fact thore cau
be no better variety presented than
grass, apples, and corn or oats.
By fecdingconsiderable grain a large
number of sheep may be kept in an
orchard with the greatest advantage
both to tho animals and trees. Tho
manure of sheep is not only very rich
in fertilizing materials, but it is well
distributed. The presence of the drop
pings of shoep under trees where limit
is to le gathered is not oojoctionablo
ns is that of the droppings of cattle
and horses. When sheep uro kopt in
orchards nains should bo taken to suo-
ply them with salt and water. If
there is no water on w.u grounu, ami
there is none in tho majority of cases,
tho sheep should bo let out at luut
onco a day and allowed to go to a
spring, stream, or wen. it tney aro
fed grain on their return from water-
in.r thev will require no driving.
Sheep are of great advantage to an
orchard in destroying the codling
moth, which is at present tho worst
pest of the npple. A large portion ot
the apples that fall from tho timo they
first set till they get ripo contain
worms, which aro the cause ol their
becoming detached irom tho trco.
Sheen cat all these apples and thereby
prevent a new brood of moths from
returning to tho trees. It is true that
all the apples that contain worms do
not fall before they aro ripe. Many
remain on Uie trco till harvest timo
and are ttatlikred and taken to tho ctd
lar. Still, sh?cp, when they have tho
run of au orchard, keep tho moths in
A K.n.t do means of tenmorarilv
changing tho colors of natural flowers
is bv iiimicrsinr tho stems in lioilid
ammonia. In this way blue, violet
ail' l purine tlowers are cnangeu to
green, and white ones to yellow. Tho
natural color returns in a icw nours.
The Celosia, or Cock's Comb, is an
old and well-known plant which from
us singular lorin must prove niterest
inir to all cultivators. The old forms
have been greatly improved of late,
and some very peculiar vareities are
now offered. The seeds should be
sown in the open ground where they
are to remain, after the soil has be
come thoroughly warm. Although
they start late, they grow rapidly in
any soil having a sufficient amount of
The Neuiophilas arc among the most
charming and useful of our dwarl-
I'owiii.-, hardy animals. All the va
rieties have a neat, compact and uni
form habit of grow th, with shades and
colors the most strikingly beautiful,
so that ribboned, sown in circles, or
arranged in any style which the fancy
may suggest, the effect is pleasing and
ilislacioiT. Ibis plant is u native ol
cool, moist tdtuations on our western
rivers, and to flower biiccesslully
should be set about six inches apart,
in a cool, partially-shaded locatioti,
as our hot Summer suns affect them
disastrously, if fully exposed.
Kill Your Sheep Young.
There are few animals kept on the
farm w hich, when they are in their
prime, pav us well as sheep, and there
are very lew if any others, upon whom
old age has such a damaging eff ect. As
the sheep is much shorter Jived than
inv oilier oi our domestic animals, is
it not strange that many farmers at
tempt to keep them loo long? At ten
years of age the horse is just iu his
prime, ami too cow is as good as ever,
with the prospect ol remaining so sev
eral years longer.
Jim the sheep is very old when it
reaches the age often, the natural limit
of the term of its life. Alter reaching
this age slieep are very likely to he in
jured by the slight exposures which
do younger animals no harm. They
aro more liable to be attacked by dis
ease, and, if they lire, they will be
likely to produce less wool and small
er lambs than they have done previ
ously. H'o do not think it pays, ex
cept perhaps in special instances, to
keep sheep alter they aro six years
old. American Agriculturist.
Ventilation of Orchards.
There is ono requirement with fruit
trees that we do not sufficiently con
sider. The benelit of sun and air in
securing good fruit is well understood.
What we want is sun and air to pro
duce wood iw well, notonly in connec
tion with tho fruit, but iu the early
years of growth, indeed throughout
its entire life, in order to secure a
healthy growth, which cannot be
done if the branches are left close so
as to harbor humidity. Besides, by
giving distinctness and form to each
branch, the beauty ot the tree is en
hanced. A young trco while iu its
non-bearing stage may thus be mado
an ornament, and this can bo main
tained us the growth advances, while
ne w beauty is added iu blossom and
lruit. Thus wo get the uislhetic uni
ted with the best condition for fruit.
This is aided by thumb and linger
Work, begun with the birth of thy
tree, arresting too ambitious shoots
by pinching and rubbing out all su
perlluoiiH grow th, leaving little uso
for tho knife, and so preventing waste
and shock to the tree, maintaining its
beauty and usefulness unimpaired
Dora In "Ituivld t'oppcrlleld."
When Dickens was a law reporter
about the courts ho fell in lovo with a
pretty, thoughtless little thing, and
wanted her to be bis wife; hut tho
mit was thwarted, and a half-healed
scar was all that was left of tho old and
jiaintul wound. Perhaps it would
have been bettor for Charles Dickens if
(die had married him. Many vears af
ter ho wrote of this marked cpisodo of
his life., "Just as I can never open
that book ns I open nny.othcr book, I
cannot see the. face, even nt 41, or hear
the voice, without going wandering
away over the ashes ol all that youth
nnd hope, in tho wildest manner."
Ilo hud made of his lost lovo tho dear
little child-wife, Doni, in "David Cop
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, 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 a other Pains
No Prrpn ration on earth eipmlN s't. Jacobi Oil M
0 i;'r, mirr, simple nii'l rhi up Kxternul Umityly.
A trlul entails hut the ( 'unpiinitivi'ly trilliiif; outlay
in .in i cm, N'l'i every t.no cuny-iiar w mm jhiiu
can have cheap and pneitivu proof ol Its cluiius.
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Atlieueuin Building Commercial Av.
nnlv the verv llent Imnorted Stock and em
pl'i.vK the moel cunipct'-nt workmen.
KI('ES HEAsON'AHI.K and n.tlnfaction
Maiml&etiirer and dealer in C'ulom mad
HOOTS ax) SHOES.
Finest and Xcatest
stock of Custom
.Made Moots and
Shoes for l-oys'and
Men's wear to be
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
N. I!. All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
doiju on moit liiiiii.e.
VJiid.a-l. Cf lielwen Commercial and
I.ILUIUI Ol., WufhliiKton Ave.
Cairo - - Illinois.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
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beautiful Hair must uso
LVON'S KAT1IAI110N. This
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out, arrests and cures gray
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itching, makes tho Hair
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WhereaK. TIioimiik ,1 Shorea and HiiPnn A. Hhiiren.
llln wife, did on the Urot day of Der.umher, 1874, by
their certain mle niortiruKe. duly recorded In tho
reeorder'a cillleti of Alexander enmity, In volume,
"Z," pat-e Jin. imirt irnirii and Ml to tho under
f ilMied. (otB numbered twenty llvu (liM and twenty
clx C.!0)lii block numbered one ill. lu tho third ad
dition to the i'liv i f Culm, IDItioix, to rerur thu
pavnienl ol arertnln promlaory note In raid tnort
unite dccrrlbcd Now. then-lore, default havlnu
Been madeln ihe payment of mid nnle, 1 will un
rieratidby vltlue of the power ol aalu lu amd
mortiiat'e contained, Ml
h ON M().MIAY.,IA,UAHYl.1,1RSn,
al Ihe hour of '! o'clock lu the afternoon of aald
dav, at the wealcrly door of the e.ourt houno, In
paid Alexander eounly, at public vuiidiin Hi tho
lilllhoHt bidder for rai-h III hand, together with all
rlnht and eipiliy of redemption of thu raid mort
Katiora, thelt helrH and analiiiia therein, the prop
ertv above dimcrlbed, to aallafy uld note, tnturoat
and expenaea. rATfICK ,.0P1S, MortK.ner.
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III rnprcii.iij 'tr,iM,-u ..v. ;'...., .-
the foot of Hi" hill. Adilrijaa W. OUNli, IT
Orecnwicb Street, New York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK t
OR, Uli III n AND K.M-IS fulfill.. MII.I.IOt
InJlipanwM la, f.ma.ri, M., bi.l' . M. i. Ii,it, 1'M.mIoiiiiIi,
atu4.nU, or th. Kkk, 1 i hil'laU.I, llu.l l.l, II .un ,
Hprlmn C' AWi. A lalf.Mj.lt. atOhaUatl,
141 iwialh Ui lf..l, llr.,.lo)H, S'. .
CuierHi Holiday I.ilhlon..
iv it h
hniinil nnd Lluatra.
ti.rt unit. nM n orern.
r, tttx', HrAiTH
WU aaaavan.la1I..L. 1,
MONTHLY, .at. il b'T
i rirrl MM hi i iiVfiniif V hiimi!e free, il
Villi fa.... ,.4a L.-..ut .IUtl, Mtpi.i.1 N.V.i'llV.
JoatuKa on booli !!0 cctila ; P.-Kittered nuill, a(U
fvT-lTATrtPf1 oulrVI lllioul i.nl.ll,.ilv i l.f.llnmy
III UllKl h N Ciri'nlW f'.t .1.1.11.. S.TIi.K.I.
Ill yllVLiU l. Ai r, imHi..il, N York.
ftTTB Tb ff"1 llMlnratt nt
Ti It I Ml l'l"t
iL tnriUltiy. lmH.tii"'T, n(J
AV" . .... .,. lint mill Vlif'T
I ifuliilll V. lalltl r
n Vll WIH'iU'IH' - -
TT, . . ' ... a. d. fur oumiukUott
. t-m flaialnMIA.
ft4 vlbiilii liiriilnhi'd tree, with
Xl 1 I ltrueilmia for cotidaclltiK t
XII irollliiblehlilliealhat any I
W 1 VetiL'atlu In. Th" I.""1""1"!,1" .
- to Team, ai tl our Instruellon
iini.i,, ..ml nliiiii. that any '
with full ln;
W w to Tear., a. .1 ot.r liwirur iioup -
al.nple and Plain. ! ';.' '!'" fall
tnake great prollla irom Plrt. :r"aful
wholawllllnut,, work. Women MJ m,,
rlimen. Hoy and tdiU eali rijrn 1 hmi(r,,i
Many havu made at the biihli":"' v,r ?,hc h nver
dollar In , k ule week. . l al the
known hi.r,,r fn i, rin!iik'i are "'i , ...i,.
I' ho l)iline i "-.
eauo and ntpldlly wllh whb li a,yi,uli,ea dtirlnu
money. You cnti I'linnit" IJ,1" inwUi not have to
your apare tit,,,. t ur.t iwni.. . rlk ,,-,.,
Invoat capital In II. W 0J '...nrt wtl"' t ' ' -who
need Kiady iiii)tiey.lll'lllr'it K A CO., An
All furnlahed fre. Addreaa ' An
ffliatft Mai tin.
eauo and ntpldlly with which Ibe ?..,,.,. durintt
I IF II
Mil II Kl
ArUrln from pur
Taaeline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vawline Toilet Boaps,
an laptrlar It u tlmku out.
An agreeable form of tail
ing Vaseline internally.
--av-w, v w a.a. ay.
CUTS. nTrrTBT tv
of all onr good, '
UCPOHITION. COLGATE & C0..N.Y.
iri l,tf 1 A TtJ:1u .l-": Stoiiastopa. I'l.
Addn mi DAMfcL F B1CATTY,
TNaahlnlon N ,1.
Loweiii prli csever known
on lle.-..rli . laotulerm.
Itlttr. mid Itvultrrit,
OUR $15 SHQT-nilM
I at (freatly re.liieed pricn,
r H.iJ unmp fur our .Si-w
In Iowa, Kaunaa, Nebraska aud Mlnneaota
FOR SA L!
(ireat barcalua. 1(1 YKAH'S TIME on three
fourtha of the purchaft mmay Inti-n-ft per
rent. I'arllea inteiiuiiiK to no wet. n-nil for lli.
Hlate locality In which lauil aru diin d
J. K. U. MIKUWOOIJ, 115 Iltoadvtar. .New Yuik.
ASK YOIH Dltl-i.t.lST Kol!
Dr. 0. Phelps Brown's
The Leading Medicine of the
Kentoratlve Aaimllaut.-r0r the relief ai.d cure
of all nervoua dlteaea
Acacain RaUam -An unfailing remedy In Throat
Illood rurlfl.-r.-For the removal of Scrofula and
all Impurltlea Irom the ayalem.
Liver Inviporator A rertaln cure for Torplditv of
the Liver auc Ita atundant dUi-aaea
Herbal Ointment -Ir.ta'.uable for Woiiin'a IirMi
ft, Scrofulou I'ker. hprair, liheutuutic iiTlc
K'-novatliiK I'll!. -.The bet pill ever made for Nil
luuaneM and L'onMipatlon.
Male Fern Vcrmlfuifs.-A pleaanr,t and elb rtuai
remedy for the removal of norma.
Suppoaltoriei-Will apeedlly cure the wort i-vm
of Internal and Eiterual 1'lle.
Woodland Ha!m A purely Vefeiahie Hair lire
Inir; will promote t'towth of hair and reluoe all
dUeaee of the ncalp.
A full deerlptlon of teee Medicine, wllh nu
merom tetimi niala, will befonnd in our shake
aperean Almanac for InBl, now readv, and for
warded mm 15 Y MAIL!
to all who end their addre toj. ilb.nn I3un
.No. Jl l.ranU St., Jeim-y city, J.
X.IJ.AirHits wanted. Send lor par
Premature Decline, Etc. Etc
I'romaturu Decline; Conauinptlon; 1'roihltU;
Aathma; Itleedlui; from tho l.unua l'alpltation,
Keehlenea and interrupted Action of the Heart:
Hall or Slui!ph Action of the I.Ivor; l)ypepia;
Fliitulence, aud all Wu-tinn IHaen'; W,-a:iiieii
and Tremhllnif of the Limb, and Want of Itnlily
In any Orm, ordlaeaae caused by un h want of
AIIK ALL SLCCKSSri'LLY AM) llAI'ILiLY
TH BATED BY THIS ItK.MEDY.
1 ) II. 1 1 0 WE-sTESTI M 0 N Y.
1'iTTaPint.n. Mk.. M irch.L'l. TS
.Mil. J A mm I. Ff-Ltowa,
lieiir Sir. Iur UK the pant two yearn, 1 nave
. I 'a..,, tifin t.rl Kuril I. nf 1 1 1' l.iil, hit.l.li i I t.a, u
1 I' II J I III I V a" I' . a h a. a . , -
fair thoiiia'h aomewliat aeveru trial In my practice,
and am able to apeak with confidence of it elfect.
In reatorini; perun aulli rlui; Irom euiac atlon aud
the deblllly followiiiK Illpilierla It hn done won-
ra. I roiiatanti) recoininenu uH ue in nu nua;i,-
. a, tkaa.., a. aa .1 1 a f aa u.i....al - U ...
lOn Ol IIIO IlirUIll HIM! IWIIl". ill rinilBl
.lat....,H l.aat.ulHH It hUll LTIVain TOil't Hfld thtt
I IIIIHI"!' a..''.ai. .a a..-.- a. -
patli-nl are fa-t recoverlnc Aniotii; then are
.. I.... .,! .,11 lirr.,.!,!,,! a.M 1, ..i-t.. U'llOe
rOIIlllH'l ' ,-,.a,i. ,..,, r....j-a--. -
dieae have reaiated thu other modi of treat
ment. Kor Itnpinreii (iiKetioii,auu in oici, h i
tdlltv from any cnie, I know ol nolhlnit equul to
It. It direct ellVct In Hreniathenlni! Ih nervon
ylem, render Il auilable fro Ihe majority or ill
eae. I am, lr, youra truly. ,,
W.M. B. 11J r .ii.
IfTOo not hn deceived by remedle beariBR a
ylmllap imnin- nn nl hiir nrenar Bt loll lH a ll 11-
aiiliito for thl. under any c.ircunilani:cs,
HOLD nY ALL DHUGOIST8.
EA11S koutiik MILLION1
F(i Clino'H Itulsiun ot Sliurk'n Oil
Poalllvoly Jteatoreathu HearlnR. and la the Only
Ahol"t0 Cure for Deafneaa Known.
Thl. Oil la extracted from a peculiar M'eclea of
.m.M Will H'"rk' ,""ht 1,1 "'" Vellow Sen.
?1 , caicharodon Kondeletll . Every f l. i.i'-ii
h. er man knowa It. Ita virtue aa retorntle ol
he rli it wer. diacovored by a Huddhiat I'rleM ubiuit.
Ilia vear 1410. Ita curoa wern ao nutneroiia and
iniinv ao aecmlnialy mlraculou. that the remedy
wa Tbfllc lally proclalmml over tin) enllre Kmplie.
Ita naa hecanio ao ur tveraal that for over Dot) year
no daafuneaa baa exlatrd amotiK the I'hineiie pen
jilo. Hent.charKin prepaid, to any uddre at jl per
l0' Onlv Imported by 11AYI.0CK A CO..
aol.l AUKN-ra pub ANBHirA. 7 buy St., Now York.
Ita virtue arn iinqnn'ttnnahle and Itacuraltve
character baoluta, aa th writer can pt"onully
teailfv, both frntn experience and obaurvatlon.
Amoiiij thn many reader of tho fcvlcwm nn
port BniTan ther of tho roantrv, It la probahl that
uumberaare alllielfd with ileafno". and to tno.h H
may bo anid : "Wrlto at once to llaylork ft Co., 7
tl.. U...a. Klaua V...L aa.L.a.hM 1. tl it Villi W 11
Mil , Ull.' t, a- V TT .UIK, HlllllPFIII f a, a-.... w
rceolvti by return l runif dy that will enable yon to
hoar like anybody rla, and whoa curative elliieta
.a. in k.n.,i.Bi v ...nt nnviir rutrriil, dnin
.,1 W.I a.,,T , . . 11,1 mil .....a- - f-
ao."-Kdltor of .New York Morrautlitj Itevlew,,
Kept, sett), law.
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a I -mm-
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