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"B. A. Burnett Cairo llllnola "
That hacking omugu can bo so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. Wo guarantee it.
Paul O.Scbuli, Agent. , 1
The Frenchwoman Htill rules supremo
in the salon, in the bureau of the Min
istor, in the family, and even in the
bouse of business, as erst she ruled at
court. In point of fact, Frenchwomen
deserve to rulo, for they are morally
and intellectually far superior to tho
1 men. They are formed by naturo to
excel in what are especially national
virtues love of order, thrift and do
mestic affection. Cool, calculating and
practical, they are perhaps loss easily
troubled by conscientious scruples than
the men, have a quicker and a surer
eye for the family interest, and follow
it up with more energy. They are un
6Uipxcsed in their talent for housekeep
ing, for they manage. the household with
a tirni and constant hand, without con
stantly talking about it, liko German
ladies. Many of tlioir? actually super
intend their husband's business, which
may explain the want of enterprise in
Salt Rheum for seventeen years. Help
less for eight years. Unable to walk. Got
about on hands and knees. Head, lace,
neck, arms and legs covered. Cured by
Cuticura Remedies. Will McDonald, 2542
Dearborn street Chicago.
How Tar Wrong is This "Old Maid?"
She had boon called an old maid, and
rather resented it. She said: "I am
past thirty. I have a good home. I
think you know I have had abundant
opportunities to marry. I have been
bridesmaid a score of times. I ask
myself with which one of the beautiful
girls that I have seen take the marriage
vow would I exchange to-day? Nut
one. Some are living apart from thoir
husbands; some are divorced; somo uro
the wives of drunken men; some are
hanging on the ragged edge of society,
endeavoring to keep up appearances;
somo are toiling to support and educate
their cbildron, and these aro the least
miserable; some tread tho narrow lino
beyond the boundary of which lies tho
mysterious land, and some have gone
out in tho darkness and unknown
horrors, and some are dead. A few
there are who aro loved and honored
wives, mothers with happy homes; but,
alas! only a very tow."
Time is too valuable to be wasted in cred
ulously experimenting with various reme
dies when a 25 cent bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup will at once cure your cold.
Mr. Bcechcr has relinquished the edito
rial management of tho ChristiauUnion, but
will make occasional contributions.
Mrs. Bradford, a sister of Jefferson Davis,
died at New Hope, Ky., lust Saturday, and
was buried vn the cemetery at Gethscmano
abbey, at New Haven, Ky.
The Dublin Corporation, by the casting
vote of the lord mayor, refused to confer
the freedom of the city on Messrs. Parncll
and Dillon. The vote stood 2a to 24.
Tho amount of tho Mrs. GarOld fund is
now $301,791, of this sum f:$01,770 Imvo
been paid for fill 1,000 in United States
4 per cent bonds, leaving a balance of f 21
With the appropriation of f 140,000 made
by congress for a fre bridge over tho Poto
mac, the secretary of war proposes fo evade
the extortions now practiced upon residents
of tho district.
Ex-Senator Conkling is reported to be in
rather poor henlth, and his physicians are
by no means confident of his permanent res
toration to health. It is feared that his
kidneys are diseased.
A Garfield memorial service will bo held
under the auHpices of tho municipality of
Berlin next Sunday. Iierssen, the sculp
tor, has been instructed to produce a colos
sal bust of the late president.
The Garfield monument committee re
ceives about one thousand letters a day,
asking for relics, and has decided to enter
upon the manufacture of keepsakes from
the lumber of the pavilion, for which they
expect contrihui ions.
It is charged that Gen. Tyner's hunting
trips are made with the postmaster at La
ramie, Wyoming, to whom ho allowed a
alary of f 2,100 per annum and $1,200 for
clerk hire. The office paid less tlmn f 100
yearly in box tents and commissions.
The chief of detectives at Dublin con
firms the report that there was a plot to r.s
assinatc Secretary Forster. Twenty-three
membera of the corporation of Dublin voted
to confer the freedom of the city upon
Parnell and Dillon, and the lord mayor
done defeated tho resolution. A priost
now Clare Morris evaded the police by
holding a Land league meetin In his
Qorfield'i Heavenly Escort.
Jlrtiiwure l'init tlm l.itte IVfalilent
Hiirruuiiil.il by h.ldii'i" lu the Miy.
Peninsula pooplo have boon seeing
ghosts ami supernatural object wilh
alarming frequency since tho dnatu of
President Gailiold. Tho first instance
of things heavenly having boon scon,
comes from Rod Oak. Md. A little girl
living in tho village, saw after nightfall,
boforo the moon w:is fairly up abovo
the horizon, wholo platoons of areola
slowly marching una countermarching
to and fro in tho clouds, thoir whito
rohos and hemhts glistening with a
weird light. At intervals tho heavenly
visitors would dance mournfully, as if
to tho sound of unseen mosic and cer
tainly unheard music. She rushed in
to her parents, and declared that tho
heavens had boon spread and betrayed
to her vision sights somewhat prema
ture, as regards timo, and thou sank
down in affright. Her fathor, to satisfy
his doubting mind, wont otit and was
rewarded with a sight of tho unearthly
spectaelo. The news of tho mystery
quickly spread from mouth to mouth,
from house to house, and in an incred
ibly short spaco of timo tho inhabitants
were out en masse, gazing in opon
mouthed astonishment, while tho whito
robed hosts, seemingly offended at the
immenso amount of gonuino astonish- ,
ment and wonder they wcro unearthing,
slowly faded from siglit, leaving Royal
Oak a firm boliover, from tho liitlo girl
who was first on tho npot to tho 'squire
in his little oflico behind tho church, in
ghosts and winged goblins. But tlio
phenomena seem to have been especial
ly manifest in Sussex county, Delaware.,
On tho night of tho President's death
William West a farmer living near
Georgetown, tho county east, saw, at a
time almost identical with Mie appear
ance of the vision at Royal Oak, bands
of soldiers of great size, equipped in
dazzling uniforms, their musket steels
quivering and shimmering iu the pale
weird light that seemed to bo every
where, marching with milit ary precision
up and down unseen avenues and pre
senting arms at tho sound of unheard
coninianiK The vision was of startling
distinctness and lasted long enough to
be seen by a number of West's neigh
bors, who, after the unearthly military
had taken its departure and been swal
lowed up in thin air. retailed tho strango
story to their eager friends, who hail
not been so fortunate as they. But
strangest of all a mail named Covordale,
who was driving through the country
along a lonely road at the same timo,
being then several milc3 away from
West's houso and in an entirely different
direction, saw to his astonishment and
alarm the same band of soldiers in their
faultless uniforms. Many people living
near Laurel, many miles away, situated
in the lower end of tho peninsula, saw
the same extraordinary phenomena at
the same time. A few go as far as to
say, in spile of the ridicule of their as
sociates, that they distinctly saw in th
midst of tho soldiers, and conspicous by
reason of his size aud commanding
presence, the hero president himwif,
pale, but with his every feature distinct
ly and vividly protrayed. There is no
doubt of the fact that there wore many
who thought they saw Garfield in tho
crouds. In Talbot county tho illusion
was seen by numbers. A farmer living
near Clara's Point on going out iuto
his yard after dark saw, as lie related
it afterward to his neighbors, angels
and soldiers marching sido by side in
the clouds wheeling and going through
every evolution with military precision,
and absolutely life-like and natural.
WilmiiKjton (Del.) IVcws.
The Cypress Groves of the Oity of Mexico.
The following interesting sketch f
tho famous trees of Tuxnilium dinti
ciuwis from tho pen of Moses Th tteli
er, in tho Contributor, of Salt Lake
"For quiet reposo and peaceful med
itation the cypress groves of Cuapulto
pec afford, perhaps, the most attractive
features of any spot near the city. Tho
ca-llc, located on the abrupt rocky hill,
is quite massive and imposing. It has
recently undergone many improve
ments of a desirable character, which
add much to the beauty of tho place.
Hero is the National Observatory, a
position well chosen, healthy ami boun
tiful, while affording tho most at
tractive view of the surrounding coun
try. "Between it and tho end of the Pas
boo, leading to the capital, stands a
inonumerft of gray sandstone, recently
erected to tho memory of tho national
cadets, who, refusing to retreat, fell in
lattlo, September 12, 1817, when our
countrymen, under General Scott,
gained the victory which led to the
surrender of the capital a few days
later. There a'0 in tlie park probably
not less tha'i 1,000 fine cypress, whoso
planting bythoToltecs (Ncphitos) ante
dates, perhaps many centuries, the rise
of tho Aztec Empire. Somo of these
are noarly fifty feet in circumference,
and from 100 to 125 feet in, bight,
with huge limbs extending nil around
to a groat distance, and being always
clad with dry, bronzed and fresh green
leaves, mingling with drooping silvery
mosses, form tho most enchanting
bowors imaginable. Tho arrangement
of those trees is in groves and double
rows, sometimes crossing nt right
angles and affording splendidly shaded
narrow avenues. An exceedingly fine
spring of pure water gushes from tho
rocks of the south side of tho hill.
Three hundred and eoventy years ago
the waters of tho spring were" conveyed
by the Aztecs to tho city, through an
aqueduct of masonry constructed for
the purpose. A portion is now forced
with a Btoam pump for uso in tho gar
dens of the palace abovo, whilo the re
mainder still flows to tho capital."
nonotf tho canons leading up to
the extinct volcanoes south of Mono
lako, there is a spring of lemonade wa
terat least tho lluid that oozes from
tho rocks has a flavor that strongly re
sembles lemonade. It is clear, and has
such a strong acid tasto that, with tho
aid of a little sug ir, it could bo sold for
tho genuine article. Jhdie Fnt
In some of tho Pennsylvania towns
tho whito and colored schools havo
boon united in accord anco with tho
new law without unpleasantness of any'
lort; In only Unco towns tliero Is a
pod doul of excitement and nngor
over the matter on tho part of the wliu
' CAIRO BULLKTIN; FRIDAY MOKNlNii, OCTOBER 28, 1831.
A Word About Carving.
It is not ulono tho fact that tha ama
teur carvor misses the joints and trios
to cut through tho hvrgcsi, bones that
fills hira with regret and his lap with
sago and onions. It is the horrible
thought that tho cutiro company is
looking at him.
No matter how tho perspiration may
trickle down between his shoulder
blades, or how tho hot flashes may
chose the chills up and down his spinal
column, or how much his eyes may bo
dimmed by unshod tears, tho rest of
tho company never allows its interest
to flag a moment.
We remember ono timo we were
called to assume the management of a
free-for-all carving tournament at tho
homo of a dove-eyod dumpling, whoso
kind regard wo desired to catch onto as
far as possible. V
How clearly cotlio back to us now
the smiling faces of tho guests, the rip
pling laugh, tho bald-lioadcd joke, tho
thanksgiving conundrum, and all as
merry as a marrhtgo bell. Wo call to
mind the girlish laughter of that ono
whoso very existonoe, as she sat on out
loft that day, socmed cemented and
glued to our own.
As wo sharpened tho glittering blado
on tho ringing steel, wo felt buoyant
and proud. Proud to think hoy wo
would slice the whito, calm bosom of
that deceasod hen, Proud to think how
in our mind wo had laid out tho differ
ent prognablo points nbout that old
cackler, and in tho anticipation of ap
plause glad and free, when wo had ac
cotnolislied tho warfare, and victory and
Binding had perched upon our banner.
We softly jabbed tho shimmering fork
a-straddlo the breast-bone, tore off a
few goose pimples from under tho
wings of tho lato lamented, gouged out
a few shattered fragments from tho
neck, and tried to cut a sirloin steak off
the back. An oppressive gloom seemed
to pervade the air. The old hen didn't
havo her joints whero wo had laid them
out in our mind. She was deformed.
She seemed to bo a freak of nature.
It rattled us and unnerved us.
We gouged wildly at tho remains,
squirting the gravy right and left anil
filling tho air with" fragments of bread
crumbs and sage. By some kind of
omission or miscalculation, we made a
wild stab at the back of t he late lament
ed lion, and with a frenzy born of re
peated defeats and depressing failures,
tho knife struck the platter with a loud
crash, and ceasing not in its untamed
fury, glanced aside, and iu an instant
buried itself with a sickening thud in
the corset of tho hired girl. tVith dif
ficulty wo drew the glittering blade,
now ensanguined with tho gore of a
fellow-creature, wiped it on tho table
cloth, and lied out into the cold, unsym
pathetic world, out into the crash and
confusion of struggling humanity, to
buttle on through life under an assumed
That is why we tromblo ami turn
pale when our,past life is inquired into
by biographers. That is why a baked
fowl makes us quail. That is why wo
always sij;n our vom de plume to a
promissory note. That, too, is why wo
always travel incog, and without bag
gage. Laramie City tioomeraiig.
Variety in Tour Food.
There is no standard for food applic
able to all penons, whether as to kind
of food or qiantity. Our tastes are
more or less a matter of education. -' A
taste educated in ano direction revolts
at a taste educate! in another. Toma
toes, now almost universally used in
this country, wcro rejected with loath
ing a generation ago.
The French, who led off in rating
frog-llesh, are now eating horse-flesh
their taste for the latter having been
developed during the exigencies of tho
siege of Paris. The English havo, here
tofore, turned with disgust from corn
(maize), which is the very staff of life
in this country, and, in somo of its
forms of cooking, a delicious favorite.
It might bo well for men generally to
havo their tastes broadened. S mo
persons aro altogether too .nico and
narrow in their preferences for food.
It should bo remembered that unused
functions tend towards complete cessa
tion. For instance, ono of tho best
preservatives against consumption is
tho ability of the stomach to digest fat;
but the power to digest it may bo lost
by long disuse, tho glands ceasing to
secrete the necessary lluid.
So, too, the quantity of food eaten by
different persons varies. One man, in
good health too, and in the same sur
roundings, would bo killed by what is
essential to the health of another. A
hard-worker in tho open air would
starve if restricted to what amply suf
fices for the man whoso employment is
in-doors and sedentary.
Lifo could not be sustained in tho
arctic zone without immenso quantities
of heart-producing food. An Esqui
maux will eat daily from twelve to lif
teen bounds of moat, one-half of it fat.
Ho generates so much internal heat
that he always throws off his coat in his
hut, where the temperature rangos from
freezing down to zero, with an outside
temperaturo from 30 degs. to 70 (legs,
below tho latter point. YoutlCt Cow
jiunion. Eeduoed Land Rents in England.
A correspondent informs tho London
Mark Lane Express of tho roletting at
a reduction in tho rent of about 400
per year, or 25 per cent., of ono of tho
best farms on tho Ilolkham estate.
Another farm on tho same estate has
been relet at even a greater reduction,
but ill this case tho statu of tho land is
not so good. A small estate of first
class land near King's Lynn, which
formerly lot at '3 per aero, and was
'then supposed to have a selling valuo
of 100 per aero, has been sold for 45
per acre; whilo another farm in tho
samo county, which was bought a few
years ago for 7,000, and has had an
additional 1,000 expondod upon, can
not now bo sold for 400, the amount
of tho first mortgage, and thoro are two
later mortgages upon it In Scotlaud
the state of matters appears to bo oven
moro deplorable. According to the
samo correspondent ono farmer in Kin
cardineshire has certainly lost 6,000,
and is doubtful of getting any draw
buck in his rent; another, "who latoly
committed suicide owing presumably
to money troubles, is believed to havo
lost a similar amount, aud tho dismal
t&'o winds up with tha statement that
'whinaproad ruin to those having leases
w only a question of tlma" ia this'
Edwin I). Morgan lias declined the treas
ury portfolio. Judge Folger is holding a
consultation with several of tho president's
peisonnl friends in New York. Attorney
General MueVeagh has practically vacated
his position by leaving for Philadelphia.
The president notified tho cabinet members,
yesterday, that he was too busy to sec them,
and informed a senator that ho would not
prolong the session beyond Thursday even
ing. In the senute, yesterday, the oath of oflico
was administered to Acting Secretary Sho
ber. On motion of Mr. Sherman, a resolu
tion was adopted authorizing tho librarian
of congress to reeeive and preserve tho pa
pers of Marquis do Rochambeau, to await
their purchase for 120,000. Among the
conflrmatioi.s were those of Hans Muttson,
of Minnesota, to be consul general ut Calcut
ta; J. F. Winter, of Illinois, to be consul at
Rotterdam; Willard B. Wells, of Michigan,
to be consul at Dundee, ami Howard M.
Kutchin ns collector for tho Third Wiscon
Wru, you siTKKii with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitali.er's
guaranteed to cure you. Putil G. Schub,
By the unthinking, Burdock has been
considered a weed, and its luxurintit growth
unpleasant smell, etc., has rendered it, to
those "not knowing its virtues," a nuisance,
atnl yet (he root bus long been acknowl
edged by savants as most invaluable as a
diuretic, aperient ami blood puiitier. Bur
dock Blood Hitters embody all its good
qualities. Pi ice $1. HO, trial size 10 cents.
Paul (i. Schub, Agent.
How" the HhIiv.
'Hows the baby?" ''His croup is better
this morning, (hank yon. We gave him
soni" ol Thomas' Eclectric Oil as you ad-vh-cd,
doctor, and frhall give him some
more in an hour or so." Next day the doc
tor pronounced the youngster cured. Paul
(i. Sen ub, Agent
If Ad;un had had a g.nne . f "Fifteen"
placed in his hand at an oariy period of his
experience, the whole coutse if history
might have hern materially altered for the
better, and if biliousness, indigestion, sick
headacho or dyspepia were unknown.
Spring Blossom would not bo needed.
Price "! cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Sclmli, Agent.
Gray hairs arc honorable but their pre
mature appearance is annoying. Parker's
Hair Btlsam is popular for cleanliness and
promptly restoring the youthful color.
Sk.nh for circular of i;cw style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Sellcck & Co., St. Louis. (2(
Goto Paul (1. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uncounted. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Cataiuih (THEi, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rcmcd. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
LSchuh, Agent. 4
Why is it that a drunken man has
such a fancy for railroad tracks? Ho
will go miles out of his way to find ono,
and rarely misses tho object of his
search, even on tho darkest night.
When found he is invariably seized
with au uncontrollable desiro to tako a
nap there. There must be something
peculiarly soothing in tho contact of tho
cold iron rail as he lit.s tlio back of his
neck to it, aud adjusts his body between
the tics in preparation for slumber.
And frequently it is tho last long sleep
that ho takes. But what draws him
there? Sober men wander about for
hours sometimes, hunting tho depot in
daylight, but the inebriate can strike a
railroad track in two minutes when it
is as dark as Tophet- And he generally
gets there ahead of tho train, too,
though the train retaliates by getting
a head of him before tho deal is over.
In relmliiirKt'rt in (jreat lac .'icare, to tli'me tmtihlixl
with weak kldneyx, hy a JnclMmir. iiko of llonlut
Ici'h Htoiniich llliuiri, wm-li InvlKomli a and itlm
ulBtA without. I'Xfltlni; i )m uriiiury orniiim. lu
eonjiiucilon with l: J Nllin ru'w iiuoiithiim.lt cor
ruct acidity, liniirnvi'n iippctltn, and In luevory
way cnmlitrivt! to fiiiil l h and mirvii re'u, Anotu
ur markiM (iiny In Kb control over fnvuranil agiin.
and U l'owi.r of prnvutitlnK It. For alo by ull
riruKK1"1" and dealer ueuurully.
K'ZM M 3
SW. THE GREAT tzlf
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
Kn Preparation on earth iuh1k Ft. Jacob. Oil u
a wfr,urr, limfile and rhrup Kzlvninl Kriutnly,
A trial trilallH but the cnmpiimuv.-ly tnlliiiK outlay
of fiO OnlH, and every otic KiinVritiu with pain
can have clu-np and jxnativi- proof of It claim.
Mrectlotn In Eleven Ijiiikiuwh.
80LD BT ALL DEOOOI8T8 AND DEALERS II
A.VOGELER & CO.,
lialtimort, Md V. $.
l )K. CI, A UK
Indian lilood Syrup.
I'VM'i psiH, Liver 111-eni-K,
teer and Aioie
ll'-nrl Im-i-iim'. Kiliuii.
tn s. Nrriuu lleliilitv
THE T.R.ST KKlfKIiY KNOWN TO MAS'!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1H.0!
Thin Svruti r..o-i ni:H vnrd tiroiiertten: It utitn
ulatea tint ita!ijt! in the miiY. whirh roiiv-rt
thi! cla'ch and ctikinr of ihe fond In'.o L')ucii.e. A
deficiency in ptya.'Uw fa-i'i-n win! ami noiirinj! of
tht! fnml in IK., kifitnu.-l. If il... ......li.-i.,.. i. t.L..n
lomieriiHtely nfi r l atin,', Hie fi-rim-nta' ion of food
m (irevun n 11.
It act iiiMin the I.lvi r.
It arts upon the KHiic).
It Reculiite the lloMel,
It I'urinm the ol.
It Quiets the Ner"iiS)-ieiii,
It I'roilioten Hitfe-lion, !.
It Nourishes, Strengthen niel Invigorate,
Itl'HrrieSotr the Old IllootUll'l make New,
It opens the 1'ori H ol tin' Skin ami liuluem
It iii;titraliei. the tii-ruditary taint, or polon in
the MoihI, which e' ln ruten fx rofulu, Kripidh,
aim in iiiaimeroi kin iMxeao r mill In rriial tin
There ar no ipirilK employed In it manufartiiru
and II ran In-1 nu. ii ),y ih- mhm 1 I ., !. tmlie.or hy
wie mien aim leerne, crire only iieiu' ri imrei In at
lenlii n to direct on.
Uulva. Henry County, Hit.
I w& miflVr'm! from Si. k I f.-nilu'-h- and I) zzi-
ni-Hi m that I cmilil not nuend to my hnu linld itii
tli . and a clmrt trul of Dr. ( Inr Joliinmii'y Indi
an Wood Syrup clli i ni.illv cured me.
.MH 11KI.KN ELKINS.
Waterman station, I)eKalh'o ,IIIi.
1 hit l to certify that lr (lark ,Iiiliniin' I ml inn
Blood hrrup nun cured me of luln in the luck. It
la a valnaiilv ini.-illcln.'. .Mu Wool).
Centre. Hill, While Co , Ark.
Thi" l toreriify that I whi hlllictcd with Palpi
tation of the Heart fur many yearn I tried (tiller
ent dj torn. .. hu"e pre" rlptiuni' ti'ioled more to
weaken me than they did to -tr.-riL" ln-ri . I , n
rec Ived to try lir. Clark Johnnon'" Indian Hlond
hymp. whhh proved to he pientive cure- not on
ly curl hk the II -art Di-enm-, Ut a'"o a Mi k Head
s:h wliii h had In cii IrouhliPL' me.
Ml! MAUV A. SKA I,.
I afflicted with Liter Coinnliiini mul llvctiep
ala and failed t" Ifel relief, althnnifh ukIiil' tiiedl
clne from our In ! doctor 1 commenced uini
Jlr. .(iihri"oir Ihillun lllienl Svri.p. nhilalintt trial
uridine. T. (SINi. Molme, 111.
Thin rertlflea that lr. Clark .IoIiIihoii'" Indian
l'lood H nip h'i ellerlinillv cured mo of liy'liepcla.
Too much cannot he naid in piuine ir it.
W. K. W1MMKK, lleilford. Mo.
Aicnts wanted lor the "ate of Hie Indian Mood
Syrup in every town or village, m which 1 have no
B'Jiit. I'firticul'.rM niveii on application.
IlKI (iCilWTS NKI.I, IT.
Liliralory tl Wect .id ct N. Y. City.
IJKNX. F. OllAHdN, .Stouy I!. Ladd
IIaMIKHT K. I'AINH.
Laic CommlKPloner of l'ntciitr,
P A T IS N T S
I'AINK, GKAFTON & LADD,
Attomuv" -at Law anil Solicitor of American and
4112 FIFTH 8TKKET,
WAXIIINOTON, I). C.
Practlcn patent law In ull II" branches lu the
Patent Olllcu, and In thu Kutiiciiio and Circuit
Court nf Ihu United Slate. Pamphlet foul frei)
on Juculpt of "tiuup fur poflueu,
For IlioCAKB and TKBATMENT of
win, ti.n vrv Ileal f WnfeMlonat Care. For
Torma mid Infortnation. Addrti""
I,o'K mix nu, ai, n.ui iuun.
Octohor ia, iHNleiliiu
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if 5 'Si! s1"
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Vflfim TradoMark "3 V
!A Talrntilo DlBcovory and New I nirtiim In M"1.
i-al heleueH, ao Mnllrnly Newaud p'miiivlyf,n.etiv!
leineily r ttmapMidy aoil ierm:iueuM wn ot benil
U KinliiKloiia and Jiniioteruy liy th only tru
wuy, via: Dlroet AppnciiUon Uitlm prtncl,a rWi
01 tbs lilHaw,a-tluK liy Almun.tlon, and emrtlod
li"iwllllul)uiiiioi)on thiiBumluul Viniielea, Emw
ulutory Doi u, I'niBtiiUiOliuiil.and Ui ethni. Thj
Ohm of tlia lu-iuwly u aitnailwl itli no palu or Incoo
VKolMnon, ami , duti not lulnrfi.ro with Urn ordinary
pursuit of tifm t la ipiiekly dinwilved arei hh.o nil
atlve kltmit iokio thu wnuitl aud onrvoua ornanlr.
t unawrm.-kMl from will nl.uiKiAn.l iiei,rs.-H,iie)ilui
tint rti uln ln.ni tlm yU.iu, rimUirlnn tlio mind to
lieftlth aud pound memory, rumov!u tint I111111111M
of BikM, Nurvou iKjIiluty, CohIubIuh or IiIbiih,
AvorHlon to Society, U).,eU!., and tlm appearand
of pruuiuture olu K UHiutlly ai'eouii.HnyiuK Hit
JniuliUi, and rwitorinif wrli,a Box mil ViKor, wm-ro
It baa Immo duruiaat furyHar. 'Jul ihixIh.4 tmat
BiKnt bu aUiod thu tent lo very vnni caw-, and la
mwaproamiuctdnecMi. Iitukh ro U iuu. h pn
itIImhI litthiuw triMihliM, anil, an many ran unar wit
nw to, with but little If any imrmHueutHn.l. 'J hunt
u oo NuuMeniwalMiut thlHl'n.pariitinn, l'raettral ol
aervatUinnahlnH ua U iKmitlvuly wuarfintu that 16
will lv autiufuction. Uurlnic IIim niht yivim tlut
It baa txo In Knrnl uiw, w hayn thuututmlant
fionUlaaa to lla valu.i. mi.I ltlanowcmll hy th
Inflteal i'mfenrtloo to Im, thomot rnttdial munu yei
QlneovHrtMl of rHachlni(Iud curinir thla vry prxvalent
truuhlii, that la well known to ho thucaiiMtot untold
piliwry toao many, and upnn wliuin quiu ku pry wltli
their uwi, niiKtruina aud Ijik fuen. '1 in, Itummlf
1 put up In ohjI IxKtu.nf (hr'Hil.i-n, No. l.iminuaa
lolant a luiiulh,! t i; No. U, itultii-l.-nt to etTn tti,y
Diani,nt cur, unliws In amen, ca-a,! t5; Nu. 3.
(laxtlnif ov.t thr.m iru.nthii, will i.ui unillotv and
rniuirn vueir In IHh worst ca-.i.) tf, hern l,y mall
awilMl, In olaln wrapi.r. full Dl RKCXIOMtt lu.'
uainir will aeeompuny KACIf JOX.
fS-ul fur fieol. d Ik-m-ruitirr f'nnmh.
( aolciiid A iiulu.iiiiiil I UUHlruituHn
n-i( lur km n-d I
I nl I t xl imimu, irii' li will rwni-lnri
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7'Jfl Chnut St, St. Lctilt Mo. .? o' l o"i ,
Oltft, Urinary or BhiT tt.M 'u h.
fd A R rv I A G tl G U I D E . ocr;
Dili BUTTS' BUMS
n) ri ntnUxn Ih'uch lh curing ..f cmu chh
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UM '.til ir l- t:.: .:rfi m aivt.r', ..,
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DIL Bills U. Wth Nih
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THE MILD POWER
HurwiLrHys' Ilomeojiathic fcJnec.tcs
lrov1 fr-'tti H?ti.N 4-ri-rt f ti fillr?
u, ' .-. KiMiitir. lrotif til . I lllrlt-nl. nit 1
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Li .Mid. In., iU'J iuliuu Bt.. e Vi.rU. ft
THE GREAT CURE
Am It la for all diaeaaoa of tho KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It oloanana tho ayitem of tho anrid pnteon
that oauaca tho dreadful auffonuK whk-h
only the vlotlma ot llhoumatiam oan roallaa.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of lha want forma of tlila tontblo diaoaao
4 havo been quickly rellovod, In a ahort timo
kaahad wonilerfultupceH, and an Immonael
aalo In tiry partor too uoiintrj. J"
dredaofcanealtliaaourodwhereall ol" had
failed. It In mild, but offloloiit, I'KUTAIN
IN ITS ACTION, butlianuleaainall oaaoa.
I,fe to oil tlio lmporuntorganaof tho body.
Tho natural aotlon of tho Klilnnya ia rentored.
Tbo LWor l oloanaadof alldlaoaao.and the
Sowols move frooly and healthfully. In thia
way the wont dlaeaaea aro eradicated from
Al It ha boon provea oy moiiannun
la the moat onootum rum ,u v. ...........
ayatom of " morbid aoorotlona. It ahouldb
uaod in every bouaolioid an a
AIwoto ouroa UIlJOUflNErtrl, CONtfTEPA
L...r ntT.ua .nH all VHMAI.ID Uiianaaoa.
XAUll, - 1
la nut up In llry Vr frtable Form. In tin earn,
aluoln Liquid Poi'e.Tfrj t'oncntratd ror
tho cnntwilein'i-of thiiwiwlincaniint readily pre
pare It. Ifloliwifaeir'iiil ntlonetriln-''1'i.
ojct iTortonn ottDtiotnT. ruiiK.O.oo
1VEI.I.H, ItlCIUIIIISin A Co.. Vroo't,
rwill aand tlm dry Pn.Malil.i itrnMtuf O. T.
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