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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TVr In a land of tear and liliior wailing
A land mt like thut divnr onn Dante kncr
Wbero wnn-fuuttl NIiiImm, with ilnrk mIm'i
In ad priicciwldn movo.hrow-hnunit with niu
It ts a kind pooplc-d tv witlos mortals
Oniipnred with Ihom tbo Virglna live wort
Anil It In writ nbovB its gloomy portnlR:
"We 1I1 Nit Think It I'alil to Advertise."
There In a land that flows with milk and
Not tho condensed nor yet tho sorghum
Each dweller bear a gripunek fat with money,
Honda, coupons, Btixka, and various ulliet
Hnppy arc these an, at hltfh tide, the clnmlet;
No tear duth drown tho launlitcr in their,
For tctter luck they'd not donate one dnmli't;
The pastry's theirs They Learned to advertise-.
The Loadville Dodge.
Ho was on Lis way home, from Lead
ville, says an exchange Ho had on a
ragged old summer suit, a bad hat, ami
ho hud boon taking his moiils about
thirty hours apart to make his money
carry him through.
"Yes, I liko the country out that
way," ho replied to tho query. "Tho
cliiiiatis is good, tho scenery is fine,
and somo of tho peoplo 'are. honest as
needs be. Tho trouble is knowing
how to tako the bad ones."
"I should think that would bo
"Yes, it looks that way; but I had
somo experience I am tlio original
diskivcror of tho richest mino around
j. v-, x ... uo voiy man,
though you wouldn't think it to see
these old clothes."
"Then you don't own it now? "
"Not a bit of it. "I'll explain. I
was poking around on tho hills nnd
found signs. I collected sonic speci
mens for a.ssay; staked off a claim and
went oil' to tho assayers'. It was two
days before ho let me know that I had
struck tho richest ore that ho had ever
assayed, and thou I hurried back to
my claim. Hang my buttons if it
hadn't boon jumped."
'Why, a gang of sharpers had found
tho spec and built up a pole shanty, nud
hung out a sign of Hrst Baptist Church
over tho door. Truo as shooting thoy
had, and the law out there is no man
can sink a shaft within 200 feet of a
church building. They saw mo com
ing, and when f got thero were holding
a revival. There were six of them, antl
they got up one after another and told
how wicked they had been nnd how
sorry they were, and would you be
lieve it? they had the cheek to ask
mo to lead off in singing. I went to
law, but they beat me. Thrco days
after the verdict tho First Baptist Church
burned down, and before tho ashes
wero cold tho congregation were devcl
. oping a mine worth over three million
of dollars. Yon see, I didn't know
Low to take them."
"Was thero any particular way to
take them?" J
"You bet there was! I ought to
havo opened on that revival with a
Vinchester rillo and given the coroner
fifty dollars for a verdict that they
came to their death from too much re
ligion." Good Words from Druggists.
"Malt Dittera 010 (lie bent 'Hitlers.' "
"They promote sleep and ally nervous
"Bust Liver and Kidney medicine we
"They knock tho 'Chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have no rival in this town."
"Best tiling for nursing mothers we have."
" We like to recommend Malt Bitters.' 1
ITT IT TO PROOF.
At a tune wncn tho community is Hooded
with so many unworthy devices nnd
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious aro the proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery lor the
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 remarkable curative powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for tho Con
sumption will positively euro asthma, bron
chitis, stublwn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any affection
of tho throat or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy a trial
by calling on Oeo. K. OTlara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular s'r.ed bottles,!!. 00,(1)
How often persons havo been
by burrs clinging to their dress or
and how seldom havo they, when
them, given it a thought that
Root is the moBt valuable blood
and purifier known, and is sold
druggist under the name ot
Blood Bitters. Trice f 1.00, trial
A Liberal Offer.
Wngncr & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the euro of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
nnd trial before purchasing. Tlicso Elec
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Joy, of the University of Michigan, nnd arc
claimed to bo the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for tho cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
It is a renmrkublo fact that Thomas'
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SUH,!- ,1',:,r r,Hmns f,f th lunK and
cHrU i tn,1i rt"w'"n, neuralgia,
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tho known remedy, and much trouble
saved by having it Hlwayt, ou hand. Paul
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LTDIA E. PinkuamV Vegetable, Com
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among drfftrgists, who have observed its
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A TRUE WOMAN.
"Jealousy! No! I do not believe in
joalousy. It Is the scapegoat on whoso
shoulders man throws tho burdon of his
ill-tempers his ill-digestion, or his out
side disappointments. No true man
can be jealous of a truo woman. To bo
jealous is to doubt to doubt is to coase
to respect; and, for mysolf, were I to
seo respect floating down tho fair
stronm on which I had hopod to steer
my frail barque, that instant I would
toss my love after it and cry, 'It is lin
Tho abovo sontenco was Cyril Har
court's part In a discussion among a
group of men assembled in tho smoking
room of the Idlers' Club.
Ho was an engaged man, but all
present understood that thero was noth
ing personal in his remarks. He had
won tho beauty of tho seuson, ndmircd
enough, perhaps, to turn tho heads of
a dozen men with tho insiduous
draughts administered by tho green
eyed monster; but Cyril was not of
such calibre. He had accorded to this
mistress of his heart such genuine ad
mirationho had won his prizo from so
many rivals that ho did not expect
deafness and blindness from thoso
whoso senses a short while ago had
been pretcrnaturally quickened; but
jealousy, in its lowest sense, its debas
ing influence, he doomed himself so far
beyond, that as as ho spoke, warmly,
impassionodly, Ethel Rivers' fair vision
never onco crossed the horizon of his
thoughts, nor perhaps that of any of
tho Jittlo group or men by whom ho was
surrounded: but ono thoro was. sittinir
a little apart, about the thin Unci vt
whneo lipo thoro v-itjpt, It SIllllO, and into
whoso light eyes an evil gleam, although
lie held his paper persistently beforo
his face and seemed to rend.
It was a handsome faco tho paper
hid, though upon its surfaco was writ
ten neither frankness, candor, nor
truth. It was a faco weak for good,
strong for evil such an ono as has
lured many a Faust and Marguerite to
In this case lie had little hope of
Faust, but in his eyes all women wero
Marguerites, and ho had loved aye, ho
did love Ethel Rivers so well, that to
lose her was to loso that on which ho
had staked Ids hopes, his ambition, his
Six months beforo ho had been or
dered on active scrvico with his regi
mont. Ho had returned successful, and
covered with glory returned to find
that, like the hare, he had lain down to
rest, and someone Lad outrun him in
Ho well know his own power of fascination.-
Ho had dreamed that thero
was that in Ethel's farewell glance and
lingering hand-pressure, which but
waited open avowal on his part to
elicit answering response, nnd yester
day, tho lirst uews which greeted him,
nsiio Wended Ms wnv for llin flrat ini
- . . . j v ..v . . I J k. 1
to his club, was tho announced betroth
al of Miss Bivers to Cyril Harcourt, who,
uttering tho sentence which begins our
StOl'V. liLtlo drefiniml Hint. I
ing tho lirst wedgo in tho hands of his
enemy to insert between him and his
"I can read' him like an ooon race "
mused Hubert Daryl. "Proud and sen
sitive, once let hiui feel the pauir nf
suspicion, ho will ask no questions .
As his faith is now, so will its undoing
ho tliuu, nntt tins ta tor 1110 to UCCOIU-
plinh. I do not fear the result."
"Good evening, Miss Rivers? Yon
kindly bade mo ban voyayc when I left
for tho Gold Coast. Have I erred in pre
suming you might as kindly bid mo
Handsome as tho arch-iiend himself,
roso Major Daryl from his chair, to ad
vance with this greeting to meet tho
beautiful girl whoso coming ho awaited
in hr own drawinz-room.
"Indeed, vou would havo treated mo
most shabbily had you not come;" sho
answered, frankly. "I heard yesterday
of your safe return, and should have
felt hurt indeed if I had not been
among tho first whom you honored by
Its corporeal evidence."
"Tho lirst the very lirst! Ethel,
could you doubt it?"
Tho first touch of embarrassment
crept into her manner, with the color
into her cheek, at something in Lis
tone and tho scemiugly unconscious
dropping tho prolix of her name.
"No I " she began.
But lie stopped her.
"Hush!" ho said with gentle impcri
ou.sness. "I went away, six months
ago, with a story unfinished on mv lips.
1 havo come back to finish it. I did not
intend its feeling should be in the first
hour, almost tho first moment, of our
meeting; but tho sight of you has un
locked tho flood-gates, nnd 1 cannot
control the pent-up torrent, Ethel,
must I put my heart's secret into words?
Must I toll you that"
"No, no' she interrupted "a thou
sand times no! Tell mo nothing. It is
I who have tho tolling," with a little
forced laugh of lightness. "I want you,
my friend, to congratulate me. I uin
engaged to Mr. Harcourt."
"Engaged!" ho uttered the word as
though her enunciation of it Lad been
Lis lirst knowlcdgo of tho fact. His
voice sounded strange and hoarse, his
face grew haggard. "Oh," ho said,
half to himself, "is it for this I havo
crossed tho seas?"
"Had you not heard it?" sho asked,
What woman is not softoned at sight
of a man's misery for love of her?
"Heard It?" ho echoed. "I roturnod
but yesterday returned for this!"
"I am so sorrv." sho whisnered "so
V01T sorrv! But indeed I had no idea
that you cared for mo."
"Ethel, if I had spoken beforo I
Bniled. would it havo niado any differ
"I think not, but I cannot tell. My
heart was free then. Onco then, for a
littlo while, I fancied you liked me; hut
afterward I put tho thought aside."
"Wore you so blind? I adored you
then as I adoro you now. But do .not
turn pale; I am a man, not a coward.
am going to provo my adoration by
becoming your friend; yours and, if ho
will let mo, LIb. In return, I ask but
ono favor at your hands. Do not lot
even Mm know of what has passed bo
twoenua here to-nlght-nover let him
guess my sema. lYomlsu mo this."
i ..Vi f,,VKca u " 1,c
td. "Does this eoiilont you?"
"Yes; you will keep your word. Now
I must leave you. Doubtless you ex
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
pect him, and I I am not yot strong
enough to meet him. You expect him?"
"Yes; this is hour."
But, wranped in her womanly sym
pathy, sho ilid not hear tho closing of
tho outor door, which his quick car do
tectod, nor boo tho hand sweep nsido
tho portiere as ho bent to say farewell.
"May you bo happy, dear!" ho said,
raising his voico a littlo, bo that ono
standing ouLsido might hoar tho words.
"It is as you say loo lato to rotriovo
our mistake. It is I who have been tho
fool it is I who must bear the puuish
mcnt." Then lifting the littlo fingers ho hold
to his lips, ho pressed upon thorn ono
long, passionate kiss, and passed out
through tho doorway by which Cyril
Harcourt had entered in.
Tho latter's faco was very palo, and
had upon it an expression of utter be
wilderment. Ethel ciuno forward to moot him, lay
ing her fair head upon Lis broast with
something liko a, sob. Ho throw Ins
arm lovingly, protectingly nbout her.
"What is it, little one?" ho asked.
"What was that man saying as I canio
"Nothing nothing!" sho answered,
hurriedly. "Don't let us talk of him."
And without giving him tinio to ro
ply, sho rattled on, with forced light
ness, on other things. A question roso
to Cyril's lips, but ho checked It. Un
consciously, the conversation in tho
club, that morning, recurred to him.
Let Ethel speak or keep silent not
thus easily might Lis perfect conlidonco
in her bo sullied. Yet even tho resoln
tion breathed tho first breath upon tho
A month passed,' and Hubert Daryl' s
name had never boon mentioned be
tween them; yet twice Cyril had scon
his card upon Ethel's table, and twice
other men had met and seen him there.
It seemed to him that he avoided the
house when his visits might bo timed.
Ono night, after bidding Ethel good
night, ho sauntered into his club, taking
a tablo at its furthest end, and calling
for somo light refreshment, not notic"
ingLhat two men passed into a littlo
room beyond, divided from tho other
by a screen, until ho was arrested by
the souud of a voico ho know. Ho felt
himself no eavesdropper; he had aright
to hear anything thus spoken aye, a
double right for though no name was
mentioned, ho knew that it was of
Ethel they spoke.
"Yes, wo loved each other," ono
said, seemingly lowering his voice, the
screen hiding the glanco of triumph
shot through it toward him, who ut last
had given him his long-coveted oppor
tunity; but I could not speak before go
ing abroad. She misunderstood my si
lence, and through pique, perhaps
perhaps through mero womanly incon
sistency betrothed herself to another.
Now sho feels she must at tho demand
of honor abido tho issue. Phave seen
her but two or thrco limes. It is too
trying an ordeal for us both, Onco I
mot him thoro. II id he been livo min
utes earlier tho whole truth would have
been revealed to him. I dare not, for
her sake, run tho risk another timo. It
is the old, old story of two lives wreck
ed. Do you wonder now that I am a
changed man, Fred? Forgive my frank
ness; but thero aro moments when a
man must speak to somo living thing,
i nere ei it tew murmured wom., .
sympathy from his companion, but
Cyril heard them not, as lie staggered I
iiuni uiu piueu.
Major Daryl heard tho unsteady stop
and smiled grimly.
"Next week nay, to-morrow, my
lady you will be free! 1 have played
mv curds well. 1 shall lirst sympathize,
then woo, and then, my darling, win
and wear you. For such a guerdon,
more urgent measures wero excusable,
and I have but applied a littlo leuveu
of exaggeration to bare facts time,
place, and uudieneo carefully chosen."
But in Cyril Harcourt's brain all was
chaos chaos even when tho morning
broke, and found liiin seated still at his
writing-table, with a few hastily writ
ten lines staring him in the face. They
"Last night I learned all tho truth,
Ethel. I write now to bid you good
bye. I give you back your trotu. 1
would thank you for thoso few months
of happiness, but that it is cruelty to a
blind man to givo him vision only
again to rob him of it. But you doubt
less meant it for tho best, and -and
you seemed so happy, dear, that I could
not deem you otherwise."
It wiu ten o'clock when this noto
was delivered to Ethel. She read it
with gasping breath and wide-open,
staring eyes of incredulity.
"It is a pretence!" Pride cried. "Let
"N:iy, it is a plot to separato you,"
argued Love. "Si;o hint once, faco to
face read in his ryes the truth. It
can do your womanliness no wrong; it
may savo your life's happiness."
Iho following morning Cyril Har
court stood in his bachelor quarters,
trunks and valise3 strapped for a conti
Tho carriago was at tho door to carry
him to tho station, when it gavo way to
another, out of which stepped a young
and lovely girl.
Another minute, and sho was ushered
into the presence of tho man who hail
written her those cold, inexplicable
words of farewell.
Ho grew deadly palo anil staggered
back. She was quiet, calm, aud self
possessed, "Do not think that I mean to detain
you," she said, very quietly. "It has
cost my pride something to come, noth
ing more; but I must know what you
meant by the letter yon sent me, nnd
why your manliness found so poor an
cxctiso to shirk an obligation grown
hateful to you."
"You really wish to know what you
must know already. You really wish
to drag again from my soul what I had
"All! Every word!"
In silence sho heard him through.
Then she turned nnd walked toward
"I will not detain you longer," she
said, pausing an instant on tho thresh
hold. "You have given mo back my
troth, 1 accept it; but lirst I wish you
to know that all you have hoard' is
false; that an hour ago I loved you-.
aye, so well that I would have followed
you to the ends of tho earth. Of that
love you wore unworthy and I havo
torn you from my heart tho hoart you
found empty ami leave desolate."
F1UDAV MORNING, JULY 1, 1881.
in tho last wbrds there crept a sound
of toars. Ere they wore fairly uttered,
Cyril was bosido her, his arm about her.
"My darling!" ho whispered, "tell
nio again! You never loved this man;
you really lovo me!"
"I loved you, sir "
But the tear-dininiod eye told a differ
ent story. What lover does not receive
pardon for o'cr-loving?
Cyril Harcourt did not start upon his
projected tour until tho month follow
ing, and then his voting and beautiful
bride accompanied him.
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pure, and lo stieii:'!heu every o,r: of the system.
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your druggist about It.
ti' N . tr3 V,:..e-V. t. 'VtlCt
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H KW ADVICHTIHEMENTS,
LYON & HEALY
State, cor. of Monroo St., Chicago,
W IU itDd prtpal! to aj tdnit Ufr
ifiitrutne-tiu, hulti, : twiu, 1'om
"tnt Kpntti-ln, ra(i-ni, SUmli, '
)ruui MrtH.r,i HtAffat)il HiU. H'lthlrv
lUnd (hit It U. lUifithfiil Matirualii aim la.
iwitfij mutt iMiiKHi oi i lU'ttt llkuij Muik,
YfilltlC MlMI lvnln Teierraphyl Earn JiO
lUUIIJ-iUUl jum (l n.onth. Graduates
guaratiteeil piiylng olllces Aildresa Valentine
Pros., Janesvlllu, Wis.
DVEKTIiSKKK send for our Select List of Local
LNowspnpers. O. P. Howell & Co. ,1(1 Spruce st NY
01' ICE TO CONTUACTOH'S.
Omen or City Ci.kius, Caiuo, 111., June yntli.lHSi.
- Proposals will he received at my otllco up U and
Includli g July nth, for the lining ami grading or K.
H. Street between St. Charles ami Fourteenth
streets, The work to bu divided Into suctions at
Section I, lletween St. Charles and Second sts.
Section !i, lletween Second and Fourth streets.
Suction H. lletwueii fourth and Hlxth streets.
SectlotH. lletween Sixth utid Klirhih streets.
Section 5. Ilelweeti Eighth and Tenth stteetsr
Section ti. HelweiMi Tenth aud Twelfth streets.
Section 7. lletween Twelfth nnd Fourteenth sis
llltls will be received for a part or tho whole of
said work. For further particulars a to aald fill
Ingapply to the mayor or myself. The council ro
aurvua tlio right to reject any nnd all bids'.
11..1. FOLK V. CUV Clerk.
TO YOUNG MUX AND OTIIEKS.
Wn send on trial for thirty days our Electro-Voltaic
Hells, Hands and Suspensories, to young men
and others sintering from weaknesses, nervous de
bility, lost vitality, lost, manhood, and tniiiiy other
diseases, Wo gtiarunleu speedy cures and com
Diet restoration of manhood, Address without
delay, VOLTAIC H1CLT CO., Marshall, Mich.
mmeM'--r2L' -tr ir,.m
H lllllll Ik t'l'l' . it.
THE MILD PO WEE
Humphreys' Homeopatkio Bpecitics
Proved from ample ex.ei-enr's an (.,iifr
Hiieeess. siiiniile.l'rotiilit, Klllelent, nnd
Itellnhle, they are llm only medlelnea
udiiiteil to popular uhi:
LIST WllNCIl'AI. SO. ll l'IfS. VHKU.
1. Fevers, t'niiiiestlon, lunammatlnin,
i Worms. Worm H-ver Woini( !lo. M
a I'rylnii Colic, or 'i.-eiblnn of Infauti, a
4. Ilinrrliea of luhlreii or Adults. .
I. Dysentery, drlpluc. IHIIotis tullo, . .
. lielera Mnrhii". Voinltliiu, . . :z,
7. 1'onalia, L'old, lirom hillK, a
8. eurulula, Jnothaehe, l-aeeaehn, . :a
A. Ileintnelles, Nlek Heitilueties, Vertigo,
10. Dvsiielial. llllli.ll Ktiiimieh, :
. . "ppc'ssed or I'nlnlol i 'erleds, M
I. liitea, too prolOMi I'ertoiU, - X
W. Croini (Vinnh. Mlllelilt l.reatlilnir,
H. Halt lllieniii, ! sipel;,, 1-rui'llonn, m
IS jllieiniiHIIsMl, Itlieillimtle I aihs, .1
'" ' r' " u nr. hum eiTi a)iiiii,, ;.i m
17. Pile., Illlml or lllt'fililiK, rj
IS. J'lilnrrli ute or elin nle; IiiDiii-iixa, 60 H
ft. S Imoiilnti C.iimli, vlolit.t l o'li. lis, .HifM
HI. j;.-lli rill tlelilllly. I'liy.'l Wfi,kilfH, . ll
Klilney Disenae, MM
--i. li roMi- oriiiiiiv, isneriimiorrlieft, l.nj
A I rliinrvW enhiiens. Ueiin, Kt.
a lllei,e ol Hie llesi I, l'aliltnllon, l.u;
1' or sale ly ilniKKlsU,i,r sent ,y n, cnw.
orsliiuli' Vial, free of eliiiii.e, on ri-enliit ui
price. Send for lr. Iliiiiiihrrt ' HimiVoii
IMsease. Ac.. 'l panel,), ulnu lllustraieii
1 nilioiuiiiT, r I, r. r..
Ad.lresn, llnniidiri'va1 lliinieupnthle
Jled. C'u.. 10l J-ultou bl.. .New Vurk,
Givej)i.tantrellef and I an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Pold fiy frniv'"tii,verywhfr6. prie, 1.f)0psr ho
pmi'ieltiy 'null. Ka-nj sent Jnt to 1 hyleln
tad lUsulP r m.tijr '. Ni iintnedu r ft Co, Ilox l.
vw 1'orikCr.y. bukniauiaauluxtriof "Anakoit,
i i'rrf--llT j'ii, rrotionne.-! ih it t.y lh h.s'h
u. t ti'iil n uii'ifiii.- in trie oi 1,1 im, -, tiij.'u.-ht
Hil I Til riW,i,l'. Yll '--- i.e' ,t l in, l,---
BkI l t j tii,i,y,.u. W B KhltTTtllH HO .lt 1
U inLi ri. r:rii.
Intjns fcfitw, Rjtf)fC
DR. KLINE'S GRUl
tnralX Hat . rava Ion atss.s indyiart
IS1 LIL If Uln M ilinrlsxt. iYi) fitiaftrr
frttday', Treaitw arnt fl trUI tttielril
Viteal.iiU,lli ronriiP-:aK. b-id nstie
P. (). ui, I unrsM .trM t Pa. Kf.!SM. t
An l.l'lu.i:iLi,l'a. .V lr i k yjj Or iviiU.
ktUSTACHt AND WHISItBS.
m Mr. a air-.
i. r-.i u, k
wM (A ' sa-4 m4 I Hi ,i
ltXiAHONH -V1IV TilK
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
aiii; Tina uiisT.
BoratiM they an the LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Optician! auJ
Jewclara. MaUe by SPENCEU OPTICAL CO., K.Y.
Uf.VTI.MH-An1nt.Ulgentyoni,g rr.n In
'i .iii l ""I'Vi'ryfiimirytiiwij, to take a
permanent nr auenry for the sale of our teas,
roffcts. etc .in ;,i kuv.i, to consumers. This aen
cv ree,iiTi no peildlinif and but a moderate amount
of soilrltlue. si.it If propi-rlv tnai ak-.-d uli pay
trom f to $1 ii ii, r uar. Particulars fne.
Peoi i.rs Tha i , P. o. Dux .'so,, St. Louis, ilo.
U ADlEEAIlt APIIIEIT All ItrSIQtUIT. .
This woll-kaown rrcpwitlnn It hichtr rnmmn4
lir UyprpuiM, Htwlasrho, Air k on. ofiha
NUllurh,iia all : mel,nli..in.ir,K In in ArldllT.
lllllounrw, and MalHrlnl levrra. ll .i,
tun bliKKl and rsrulur ti, tK,rU. ii i, a
mt-dicin fef chil'lno. rrpir-4 hv A. h(s.Kmj
'iN.-t, Chtimitts, Zil J!ifckcr Mrtt-l, jor.
Superior to Mineral Watara, SUlitx Poirdert. ate
FOU aaiK BY All lEC.ljr2.
,!Ts. ieiitilic tn jitinents and
J ImineiiHti I'riu te e, sumla
. wx"il're-'inln. ntly unrivaled.
1 3,' !d aeknowledired
fc-lts l.ll, , In, 1 1 li.. (
I traordinary cun-a ,y h:s
. im-at VUrmual r,iftcr
A'o Imir rattitiri, tint of
I ntittirrtl in nmnvmartiia
?Jli'tvt of f'ancer or
ft' Tumors. Pnri arttculars.
. n e P u...i.l fnm fiv.i ,,..1 !
,WJltS''11 "n I'"- Kl.INH.Wl
u LlJ... A.tik Artdi St4'nUadclohuia'a.
THE PKOMOTEK AND PKKFECTOK OK AS
THE KEFOKM Kit AND VITALIZE It OF
TUB PltODl'CKH AND INV1OOKAT0K OF
NKKVK AND ML St I. K.
THE IJl'ILDKH AND 81'PPOHTEH OK
HYP O-P PI O S-
ts comtmsed of Ini'rcdlents Identical with ihasn
whteb constitute Iluullhv lllood. Mllscloatul 'rvn.
ami Ilraln Huhstancc, whilst Mfo Itself Is directly
dependant upon some of them.
Hy Increasing Nemtiisnntt Muscular Vigor, It will
cure Dyspepale, feeble or Interrupted action of tho
Heart, and Palpitation, Weakness of Intellect
caused by grief worry, overt axed or Irregular Uahlte
UrnnchtMs, Congestion of the Ltinijs.
it, cures Asuims, neuralgia, Whooping Cough,
Nervousness, and la a most wonderful adlunct to
other rumedlus In sustaining lire ilurltigthu procesa
i tiu expeniiituro oi bruin pnwur too early or t.m
severely Hi children oftmi resniia tn nlivslcal ilo.
bllltyi the use of Fellows Hypoiihosphltes oxorta
a singularly happy offect In iur.li cases.
Do not ho deceived hy remedies bearing a similar
names, no other preparation Is a substitute for this
under any circumstances.
Foil BALE BY ALL DHl'OUIST.
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