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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1881.
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"B. A. Burnett C.lro Illtnoi. "
Tlmt hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 1
Fevebh ami Iutermittenta of nil kinds
arc speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Tills. (5)
Send tor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Si-Heck & Co., St. Louis. (2)
A t'oiiffli. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. jNeglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
fliimption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma.' Bronchitis, Coughs, Cutarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which HingerB and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchiai Troches have been
' recommended by physicians, and always
give pel feet satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Wiu. you hl'kfek with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalized
guaranteed to cute you. Paul O. Schuh,
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Aceuath Hall, Binghampton, N. Y.
writes: "I Buffered for several months with
a dull pain through left lung and shoulders.
tost my spirits, appetite and color, and
nl.l will, rlifVieiiltv Vfpn Tin nil (lav. Mv
. VyUU M - , r ' J j
mother procured some Uuhdock Bitters;
. , t i r t a. .
I took tuem as directed ana nave icii uu
pain sinco first week after using them, and
am now quite well."
Price fl.00, trial sizo 10 cents. Paul O.
''I enclose money for SrniNo Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured me. My dyspepsia
has vanished, with all its symptoms. Many
thanks; I shall never be without it in the
)("" Price oOceuts, trial bottles lOcfs. . Paul
(1. Schuh, Agent.
A Friend in Need.
Time over and again Thomas' Fci.Kcntic
Oil has proved a salutary friend tn the dis
tressed. As a reliable curative for croup in
childieu, sore throat anil brouchial affec
tions, aud as a positive external remedy for
pain, it is a never-failing antidote. Paul O,
Sleepless nights made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul 0. Schuh, Agen t. 3
"What every ono says must bo true,"
that "Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup" has no
equal for coughs and colds. Try it. Price
"The doctors said my wife had consump
tion. Tried 'Lindsey's Blood Searcher,'
and she has better health than evor." 0. II.
Hubbard, Hampden, Ohio.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all woakneBS
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 13, All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Many Losk Their Beauty from the hair
falling or fading. Parker's Hair Balsam
supplies necessary nourishment, prevents
falling and grsytiess, and is an elegant
CATAKun cl'hed, health and sweet breatb
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul 0.
Sehtih, Agent. 4
Go to Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases.
All fits stopped tree. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Gray hair may be made to take on its
youthful color and beauty by the use of
Hall's Vegetable Sicilan Hair Henewer, the
best preparation for the hair known to the
sxience of medicine aud chemistry.
Fou lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Pries 25 cents. Paul G
Kcbuh, Agent. 5
There is a general complaint among
druggists that they cannot get enough of
"Dr. Sykes' Sure Cure for Catarrh" to sup.
ply the demaud. If thus disappointed
write to the doctor, 1(19 Madison St., Chi
cago. Were Fellow's Compound Syrup of
Hypophsophitei useless in all other diseases,
the benefit which it undoubtedly yields in
consumption would vindicate its claim to
the atteution of every medical practitioner.
A good ohoke the hanging of (Jul
teait. Strangely enough, given U not the,
color of the ribbon for the order of St.
Patrick, but sky-blue.
A small boy was sonteueed to jail ut
Cbnttauvozn, Teun , (or one hour fur
stealing a dime novel.
It is estimated that there ure (i8,62.3
men and boys employed in and about
the Pennsylvania autlaauite coul fields.
Johnnie Miller, 'a 10-months' old boy
of Everett. Blaircounty, Pa., swallowed
a pin. A few day ago it worked itself
out of his neck, just a year after it was
A new submarine cable, tint mo.st
northerly in Europe, is to ho . laid be
tween Thurso, in CaitliuoMt, and lee
laud, passing by the Faroe islands. Tim
chief oflifiB in Iceland will he nt Rciki
avik. Austin, Tex., has a female Doputy
Sheriff, and when she tells a man sho
has au attachment for him he don't
kiioiv wholher to blush and Iry to look
sweet ortn light out for the woods.
Mr. Le Diio'h tea farm turns out to bo
even a greater failure than was at first
supposed. For the $15,000 put in to
the venture the Government hus an iron
safe which cost $ffK mill some no-ne-count
The will of an eeeentric gentleman
recently recorded in the Surrogate's
office of Canandaigua, N. Y., provides
for having his portrait cut on hit tomb
stone, giving explicit directions for t ho
The punelmd half dollar N worth
about 40 cents, and the puuehed quar
ter dollar about 18 or 20 cunts. The
proper thing to do is l keep thee
punched coins in the hands of the pet
ly thieves who punch them.
"Bill Nye" lias been writing" altout
the hump-bucked patriarchs of tlin Mor
mon Church, and he says that thoro
isn't a gravel train on the Union Pacific
Railroad that does not contain a great
er amount of intellect than the church
nt Suit Lake City.
The settle; upon the upper Colum
bia river, both in Oregon and in Wash
ington territory, are constantly agitat
ing the matter of completing the locks
around Iho Cuscndos, in order that
they may have an open highway to the
The pope is said to have authorized
the members of the dispersed religious
orders of France to assume tlm dress of
secular priosts, or even of lawmen, and
has empowered the French bishop to
give Ilium appointments as parish
Auent the iiicnmsiiig price of provis
ions, a Georgia farmer sunt an order
to his grocer for fit cents' worth of
bacon. The merchant just greased the
order all ovor ami sent it buck with a
bill charging up the fanner's account
In Idaho, according to a correspon
dent of the San Francisco Hnllvlin,
John Chinaman is "alle muneeas Mel
ican man, miichee on the make." In
Galena City the almond-eyed laundry
man, charges $M a dozen for plain
washing nf wiuall piece-, and $i? for
shirts; about what imtof tliemcivi be
bought outright for.
The practice of cremation is gaining
popular and official support in Hunga
ry. The Municipal Council of Buda-
itou Way i mm ' iii' Vi var-of cc'ft af i"u .
Following this example, several ollmr
Hungarian towns have decreed that it
mn ,v bo adopt fd by nil those who de
Commissioner Kauin has tlms replied
to an internal revenue ollicnr in Miry
land, who said that a druggist residing
in his district was putting up hot flea of
whisky aud water, and adding to each
pint bottle, with other ingredients, a
grain of strychnine, and labeling it
"tonic bitters." "Such a compound is
regarded by a most coinpolontdiuggiat
to oe dangerous to lifo, and if dispensed
by a regular druggist, should be labeled
'poison.' so as to protect nnwarv per
sons against its too free use. Under
these circ.uinstauces il would, in my
opinion, be improper to give the sanc
tion of this office to the sale of thii
compound of medicine,"
A club has been eM ili i ,hed ill S
Petersburg, the uu'IiiIpcis of which bind
themselves, under penalty of heavy
lines, to wear on! y clothes made of Rus
sian doth, to employ only Russian
workmen, to dine at Russian restau
rants, and to abstain from everything
coining from foreign source!.
A Toiiawiinda (N. Y.) merchant sent
a notice to the Xnrx of that village
saying that he would give a special
fiiemiiim to the lady cxhilitiug ut the
air the baby most resembling her. Ha
couldn't understand why all of his lady
frionds cut him until ho saw the Jfeti'S
and found that the notice read "most
Tho first oflluial Sunday-school cen
sus in the United Stales is lieii-g takun
by the Government. Circulars contain
ing questions are sent to every Super
intendent. Thcso cover the number of
teachers and children, the uges of
scholars, the number, value, mid char
acter of books in libraries, (Improperly
owned, the money collected, and the in
crease in attendance, since 170.
The yield of hops throughout t ho
country was fully 2.5 percent, below
the average. The quality of the hops
raised in New York wasgood, and they
are qjiitii free from vermin. Tho yield
in V isconsin was fair, but considerable
injury was produced by wet weather
during harvest time. There is a large
decrease in the yield in California, but
a considerable increase in Oregon and
A reporter of the Las Vegas (New
Mexico) Oitic has had an intnrviow
with a retired member of tho James
brothers' gang of robbers, who solemn
ly asserts that Jesse James and a
younger brother are engogo I in stock
raising not one hundred miles from Las
Vegas. "They are prosperous mid lion
est, ' said tjie reformed cut-throat, "oivl
their grenttM desire Is to live so that
their offenses iKiay be forgotten here
and forgiven in Ooayeri."
Attention has bertn-drawn to the
morning prayers at Harvard by the un
successful movement of a majority of
the students to escape comnulsory at
tondanee upon them, and tU willing,
ness of tho faculty to abolish the rule.
The governing power, hmvever, hasde
cided to adhere to tho custom of near,
ly two centuries and a half, and tho
students must, therefore, go to the
chapel at 8 u. m., unless excused for
some good reason. There is now no
chaplain, and the service; are conduct
ed bv volunteers.
file gomanil, n'ocbln-Cldmi lish not
yet Introduced into California waters,
may he expected to arrive any da v.
The gourami ha shown iiself a diffi
cult fish to transplunt, because it will
not livu in water at a lower tempera
ture than 75 "o 78 degrees, It j be
lieved, however, thai the rivers and
small lakes in southern California are
nhout the same temperature as tbosw of
Cochin-China, nr so near that the lish
will not be material ly affected by the
Washington society will have an op
portunity to welcome a Loudon "pro
fessional bounty." and, of courso, pass
upon her pulchritude. The lady is
Mrs. Corinvallis West, sister-in-law of
the new British Minister. Mr. West Is
a widower, and it. is announced that
his sister-in-law will prcsidu over hi
household at the British Legation ;U
Washington. This arrangement will
give Mrs. West's photographs au ad
vantage in our markets over those of
- Solitary confinement is being succes
fully experimented with in various
prisons in Europe. For this pitrp ;se
cells of sheet-iron are being constructed
that nre somewhat in the nature of
cages. Over the door and overhoud
there is a network of heavy wire. A
number of these cells are placed side
by side in one large room of a prison.
The inmates can see nothing of each
other, and no conversation is permit
ted. Youthful prisoners are especially
subjected to 1. 1 1 i - mode of conlinemeiit
ut night and during other non-working
hours, the object being to prevent tne
demoralizing iulluences resulting from
imprisonment in common. This plan
is at present pursued in Belgium, Italy
and Ireland, and is to he introiluci d in
A Yellowstone Eear Story.
How it Th H'e llnmhecl and I llljr round
Bruin Win Kllieil by Two Wmiim.
The Fire Hole. Hotel is located on
the west side of the lower basin nt the
foot of the mountain near a good
spring of water, and from which can
be had a fine view of the valley. Mar
shall, the proprietor, has a thirty-years
lease from the Govern men t, anil will
add to his house as the btisiimss of the
public demands. This is the only
iiouso in the park besides the one at the
Il is a wild and solidary place to
spend the Winter, which Marshall and
his wife with a young lady companion
did for the t'ut time last Winter, and
in this connection lie told me a bear
story. lie said that af:er visitors had
ceased coming to the park last Fall lie
went to Virginia City for his Winter
hiipolies, leaving his wife, children and
the young woman in charge of the
place. Near thn houe, in the rear,
was situated a dug-out. or root-house
where he stored his potatoes, etc.. to
keep them from freezing, and to vou
tilaie which he used a joint of stove
pipe. One morning during bis absence
his wife looked out of the wiudow aud
saw a bear pulling down tho pipe and
trying to dig into the root-house, in
which they had also stored most of
their provisions. The women were at
their wits' end as to what course to
pursue. They first threw tin cans from
soon returned, as toi!?' lU'.t
the good things of that ground cellar,
and did not propose to ho seared oil'
with tin cans.
Mrs. Marshall, brave enough to be
left alone, did not intend to have all of
her provisions taken before her eyes,
and proposed to loud the ritle if her
companion would fire it at the bear,
which being complied with, a good
charge was placed in the gun, which
was laid across the window sill and dis
charged at his bnarship, but the aim
not being accurate, it did not strike
him in n vital part, although his actions
showed that he was hit. He retreated
to thn hillside, sat upon bis haunches,
took a view of the .situation, and then
disappeared into the bushes, where he
remained. The women were not. satis
lied, and they went after that bear a
very imprudent thing, to say the least,
but, nevertheless they went, for (as
thev expressed it) they were afraid be
might conic, back again in the night,
and us they were sutistied bo was
wounded, they wauled to finish him.
Loading the rill n again, they went cau
tiously up the hillside, until they dis
covered the bear standing in a smiiil
clearing, when the women prepared for
action by layiug tho gun across a log
and taking deliberate aim. hitting tho
animal behind the fore-shoulder, when
he canm rolling down the hill. The
women did not slop to sec whether the
bear was rolling or running they iin
aginod the latter -and both rau for
dear life, dropping the gun as they
went for the house, which I hey reached
before casting a glance iti the rear,
When safe in tho houso they took a
view of the situation, nud could see
bruin doubled up and giving his last,
kick. lie dually became (pilot, mid
they ventured out and got, possession
oi their gun, which was loaded, and a
third charge put into the hear to make
sure he was not playing 'possum.
When Marshall came home lie weighed
the bear, and found it brought uuwu
tho beam to .').)0 pounds. Ho tells the
story of the adionof the brave women
with a great deal of prido, and the
young woman who did tho shooting
has become quite a heroine. Sun
Alluding to tho story that President
Garfield, on the day during bis illness
when he signed an official document,
also wrote upon a slip of paper the
words: "Strangulutus pro republica,"
a local correspondent of the Philadel
phia I'nss says: "Sinco that time I
have written loan Intimate friend of the
Into president and an Intiiuato of the
devoted friends around him during bis
protracted sufferings, and 1 have the
reply: ! saw it,' (the paper, with tho
words above quotud, written and slgnod
by the president) 'in tlio hands of .
I understand lie did not intend to pub.
lish the fact, but in some way it rl
into the papers.' "
A fire in a tenement win put out by a
couple of policemen. An enthusiast
exclaimed: "How admirable of out
police. 'hey arrest ovtn a lire."
Never-IIiidiug, ' '
'I'o advise u. tired housekeeper,: in
Ihcsc days, not to work hard, but
things go, Is about ns useless a proceed
ing us can well be imagined. House,
work cannot bo neglected under any
circiimslai.ces. It cuimol stop, it is not
liko tho work in a mtichimshop,wurc,
by slipping off a bund, tho humming
wheels are still uud nothing is injured.
So long its there Is a family to be fed
and clothed and got to sleep, the work
must go on. It may be lightened u lit
tle in various w ays. One "may do it by
living dimply, by having fewer rooms
to care for; having fewer courses nt ta
ble;' dressing the children less elabor
ately, though not less neatly; learning
to "save steps" and to eeouomUu
strength (don t wait until you are old
to do this, but, begin while young, and
thus form the habit so that by and by
you will dn it unconsciously), but not,
by leaving any necessary part of the
work undone. No properly constituted
woman could enjoy leisure gained by
neglecting her homo duties.
Poor and Dull.
Necessarily, thn lives of the poor
must be dull. Cut oil from the many
interests which education or the posses
sion of money gives, they have little
left but the "trivial round, the common
task," which indeed furnishes them
with "room to deny themselves." but is
hardly, in their case, at lea-t, "the road
to bring them daily nearer God." This
is especially true with regard to those
men who cannot read. For luck of a
wider range of though1, they are
thrown back upon the trivial affairs of
their neighbors, and centre all their in
terest in the sayings and doings of
quarrelsome Mr. .(ones, or much-abused
Mrs. Smith. II. is dillicult for those of
us to whom the world .seems almost too
full of interest to realize the deadening
dullness of some of these lives. Let us
imagine, for an instant, all knowledge
of history, geography, art. science, and
language blotted out; all interest in
politics, social movements, discoveries,
obliterated; no society pleasures to an
ticipate; no trials of skill nor tests of
prolicieney in work or play to look for
ward to; no money at command to en
able us to plan some pleasure for a
friend or dependent; no books always
at hand (the old friends waiting silent
ly till their acquaintance is renewed,
the new ones standing ready to bo
learned and loved); no opportunities of
goitiug change of scene and idea; no
memories laden with pleasures of trav
el; no objects of real beauty to look at.
What would our lives become? And
yet this is u true picture of the minds of
thousands of the poorer classes, whose
time is passed in hard, monotonous
work, or occupied in the petty cares of
many children, and in satisfying the
sordid wants of the body. If to this is
added the element ''f precarious labor,
can a lot more wretched he imagined?
Irritation of the Scalp, an Authentic
Gentlemen For live years I have beeu
greatly troubled with dandruff, with a severe-
itching ot the scalp, anu my hair tailing
out. 1 nave tried almost every known rem
edy, all proving worthless. Seeing Bur
nett's Coconino and Burnett's Kalliston ad
vortised, I procured a bottle of each, and
am happy to state that the mindrutl is com
pletclv removed, and no itching whatever
Kansas City, Mo.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are the best
As a Vnvc for 1'ilos
Kidney-Wort aus first by overcoming in
tne miiacot manner all tendency to consti
nation; then, bv its trreut tonic and inviiror
ating properties, it restores to health the de
ointatca ana weakened parts. We have
hundreds of certified cures, where all clso
had failed. Fso it and suffer no longer.
01 7 St. Charles Slrerf , Sf. Louis, Mo.
A MMulnrgnuluitttt ot twu Mwllrail CoIIh,, bu bmii
oBr lcuutil tlmn liny olliorl'hyidcliin In Ht i.ouli urn
oltr mn. bcw,mi, nil old riHl(lnlikiiiiw. Bvphil'i.
Oonorrhwa, Oloot, Hlnctur. OichltH, R uptur edl
Vrlnary Byphllltlo or Mnrcurial Aff,rtl0n of
Throat, Skin or Bonw ttirwl HuMy, 1'rUnUlr
Brmnt.,iThK .Hjxunl Doblhty and Impotency
Mar,orpvr hrulnworlL prodiwinKnorvnuimeM.w.Diln
ol mlMiona, dijblllly, dlninriu o(oUht,d(i(octlr(, m.m
nrr, phjKlcul decay, Trl(ia to kkIbIj unnfutinn ut
.v,. m.uiu iw-nr.uiBu, lUMea.rttouerintf mnr.
rlatrn imnromiMim tuirinitnn,ivn....i .i.
rllUrlmi)roMIMirIHruiiinn(. rn.ir.ul ,... T. ...
nt, ofllov or hr mull fo od Invltml. PUm,,i,i.,
lump. Mudlploo nt ti mull or iurm.. ('..,
ifia-iintWMl. Wh" doubt It ! tmnklr ftiiidil.
Thwh,ltory, Will told, n It ltrttoliln, 0n Hi
following wikJwUi Who in nmrrr, win. nut, wbv,
M.n.i,r...(J, Womnbood, fhynlonl d;r. Who nhnuld
"'"r.'ih'mllltnnd hpploiniiyllacr(iniMl.lm i,
of wllbm'y nnd i(ii, mid tunny mom. Thorn mnrrid
oroiintoiuiilutlnii iniirriuuM nUoiild rvuil It tbnn kci mi.
der lojk urn! knr 85 ottt.hr mull In mon-iyof Kn
I 1 1 imlm WmknuM, l,ot Manhood, Nnrttm.n,
MMManOonftiuonpf ldmin, Antrnlon to Ki i
IMwtiva Mumorr nnd 1 Mmrdiir hmualit oo u Hmlf.
Abuiw. Anydrii(rulthi,tlilniirdlnu. ht. Louii
708 Chosnut 8t, 8t. Louts, Mo. it old officii,
outlnuw locum Bperuitttorrhtnn, Bmluiil Wea';
n. ImiH(tency,n forimot Bypi!lll,Ooriorrh(iir,.
wirml In fnw dny. All Old dlxniuiiut romilllnx from
lf-iibUH(i,(tin.i,,or(,j1K)ur rurml for lift) with nnfo
modiolus. Adrlcn Itm. (!hro low. (lull or wrllo
n Ntrll'L Prtnflrlnnna flirmnlo, 1 I.
M. BUTTS' DES
rrnt ill Ohronio Dlnnn, nnd mijoi-. m,i,.
IWPISCffgTiyNorEpnSI Dg Iroduc.
i1"" Mm Wood, akin or lroa,.i with
TOJJNQ MEN tnwiimitom thccrfmn,,
jSSJpHMkliof dlMww tlmt unlit, ltd T-
PATIENTS TREAYPniy m.ii .od r.iptco,
"iTi"""""1 "'irrt, which i, VRKB tU litvil'
f ritHM ifi.p
n,.u.n ira w any lanrMl on tMI"K'llinu,
m tny MilrMi on tMI'Ot'iltnu,
I frm HaplMn .oU mil (Mr itilrH,
ll hi Urlr 4nnlii. It li not l IniM.I
"' MuMrntlll. iiiillhi'lild bradrplHd
iUM . r
OH. HI 1 1 , ,HUlk IL, St. UuU, M,
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
No Prcprttnn on carUi pqtwilfc St. J At om Oit M
'(r,urp, i,Mirnn, clinip KU rriu 1 Remedy.
A trial entails but the rrmiporntivoly (rilliiijf (iiillsy
of AO I'mtd, and every one mHi-rin with p&;n
cm hy chenp and positive priK,f of iu, cltimt.
Direction! tn Eleven I.anKunifci.
SOLD BT ALL DEDO0IST8 AND DEALERS IH
A.VOOELER tfc CO.,
lUdUituirr JHd., V. t. M
Indian Blood Syrup.
ltviepin, Mver liis
eiics, Fever and Aku
Itciirt liiscitxe. Killoint
iii"(s. NcrviuiK Jielillity
THK I1KST UKJIKliV KNOWN TO HN!
Twclvo Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 180!
Thil HvruD DOeiii!iiek varied Droiierttvf : It tim
ulatfi the ptyklluc Id the s(iliv, which cuun.Tls
the Btkrch and UKnr of iho fuud Irc.o uluceae. A
dcflcleticy iu ptyaliue caucun wind and """ ol
I Ho rood in the atoniucli. II t In- mrihc C 'Jtijri
itnmedlaily after eaiiuu, the ft'inn-iitttHouTO tool
It nets uiou tin? Liver.
It kctstipuu the KlilnciH,
ItRcitnlntci the HowcN.
It PoritleH thn lilouJ.
It Quiets the Nervoun System,
It Promotes Ii)('itliiti,
It Nourishes, Strt'liifthi nK mnl Iiivicnratei,
It Carries oil' the Old liliind mid makes New,
It Opens the I'm es of the Skin iiurt Induce
It neutralizes Ibu hereditary mint, ur polsou iu
tba hlood, which Ki'tivratua Mcrul'nla. ErvHipulan,
aud all niauner of hklu jnccam'K nnd Itueruul bu
mora. There are uo npiriu employed iu il niuniifacture
aud It cau be takeu liy the niont delicate buhe, or by
the aged and feeble, cure only beinu refhired In at
tcntii n to dirertiona.
(nlva, Henry County, Ilia.
I waMur)erlii from Sick Headache nnd D zzl
oem to that I could not attend to uiv huiioohold du
tlof. and a abort trial of Dr. Clark .luhnnon a Indi
an Ulond Syrup efTwtilullv cured me.
MKS HEI.I'.N KI.KINS
Wateruiau Station, UoKall) to, Ille
1 bin U tn certify that I)r (Murk Jolmaon'a Indian
Blood Brrup baa cured inu of I'nln in tho Hack. It
la , valnablo niodlclne. M KS WOOD.
Centre Hill. White Co., Ark.
Th! It to cr.rliry that I wna afflicted with Palpi
tation of thu Heart lor many years I tried tliller
ent doctora, whom prern r'ptl(M tended more to
weaken mo than they did to MrunKlhon. 1 a. lint
rea vlvad to Iry Dr. Clark .lohtiann'a Indian Blood
Hyiup, which proved to be a noaitlvo cure unt on
ly curtnit Iho Heart Dleeaae. out uleo a Si' k Head
ach which had been troubling mc.
MUii MAliy A, N KM..
I wan afflicted with I.lrer Complaint and Dyopop
In nud tailed lo cut relief, alllionnh uhIii medt
ciucn from our bent doctors 1 commenced uninc
Dr. Jonnaon'i Indian IJlood Svmp. and anhort trial
cured m. T. W. HlsiNO, .Moilno, III.
Thla eertiflea that Dr. Clark JuIiiihoii'h Indian
Hlood hyrup h'ia eltectually cured nie of DyppopiUH.
Too much cannot be aaid In prated m it.
W. E WIM.MKK, Hedford, Mo.
Attcut.H wanted for the "ale of the Indian Hlood
Hyrtip in every town or villain, tn which I have no
l,'ent. rartictilara given ou npplic-itton.
j)Kft;c.isrs Mit.I- IT.
I..hratory "7 Vet Id at., N. V. City,
TRADE MARK. The Orent Kn-
HmIi remedy, An
uulallitii; cunt lor
potency and all
c a a ..I,, niiK..
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Before Tahngmv,;rr(l, i--itHAflor Takina
dlnnicM or vialon. premature old ae, and many
other tllaeaHei inat tend to iuifatillv, conauuiptlon
or a prenialure irnvu,
Iflr-Kiill purtlculara In our pamphlet, which we
dealae to nd freo bv mall to evervonc. I Tlio
Hpeclllc. Medicine la nold hvall tlrn (.ru'i" t at $1 ier
Packairit, oraix package lor fi, or will bo mud nee
liv mall on receipt of tho inonev. bv addrecaliiK.
Tllft OltAV MEDICINE CO.,
HlTrAt.O, N . .
Hold Iu Cairo hv Paul . pchnh.
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
FMtrnrTMr hkmtork tub ""E"1"?
and perform Ilia work of the Nitiural ''Mm
Alwava In poaltlon, but lnvllll l other.
All OoDVWiallon ' watapera heard Ola
tlnotly. Wa nlar to thoia mini tairn. Mend tor
deaeriptlvn circular wltb teallraoulula. Addraaa,
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it mm w
THE GREAT CURE
Aa It ia for all diaaaaea of ttaa KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND B0WCL8.
It olcaniM th aytm of th aorid poiaon
that oauaaa th drsadfui aulfurlnc whloh
only th Tiotimt of Ehoumatuim oan nail,
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tha worat forma of thla tonibl dlaeaa
hv been qulokly rellavad, la a ahort tun
baanadwuiiUarrulauoueaa, and an linmanaat.
aala tn Try pari of th Country. In bun
dradaof nuia It ha cured whom all alas had
1 failed. Ill mild, but efflolont, KIITAl.il
l. I l Al ri(., butbarmlnwlnalloaaea.
t rlt aleanaaa, tral hna anil New
Ufa to all tb Important orgaoaot theboily.
The natural aotlon of th Kidneya la reatored.
Tbo Liver I eleanaed of all dlaeaas, and tha
Bowel mov freely and healthfully. Ia thla
wayth worat dlaeaaea are cadloaMd from
Aa It ha bean proved bf thouaand that
4 la)thmotttootual remedy for oloaoatng th
ayatem of alt morbid aeorououa. I ( auould b
uad In every houhiid aa a
Alwaya euro illUOUSNESS. ( ONflTTPA-
TION.I'ILKS And all FKIdALB Dteaaa.
Ia put op In Dry Vrertahl Farm, Intlitcani,
on pafkiyn of wlilcit ma Koa iuart niMlona.
Alio Ui l.luuld Form, vary l'in'ntratelfor
theouvemrii'.'e f (now whocaniiDt rr noil? pre
pare II. Uatti mIS fieil eitliienevin i tlitrform.
OFT ITOF VOUIt DltPOiilBT. I'KK'K ftl.00
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i.ft'ind. vi'iit-rnliv been
i eiiltt y, lule I In me ho
not unpioNe am h ibuncen ri m'uiij ii. pnwrtr 1
nam many meu, wonien, boea and t:ir! to work
ti rteht iu their own localities. Any ui-e can
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Experaive outfit fmniclied free. : o one linen
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LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A Timlin of youthful imprudence raiwnj I ref
lr.ro Ilai'ay, Hermit PebOtty, Vitt iUi,tnJ, ei
baTirn tried In ln every koim-n remedy. L n
covered a aimple aelfeure, whli-li hi will an I FH'
to Iu. f. ilow.KiirT-r, r-i. ad lrcua J. IS. Ill IA I
2r. i hallinni m.. V V.
All S.v !-,
10 V-' w A v..
13)3 TradoMarK J V
rVaa ron rtV
A. ralttabl Discovery aod New Departure In Me.
ii ai iM'iHnoa,ao entlmly r.wani P'iiinelyeltolli
Itemwly for tlis apmidv and porniauiiit Oure nt Bern
nal Erabialon and Irapotiincy hr tho only tru
way, viz: l)lrct APPUoutlon totho prlnoiiial Si.i
nf the Dliwai.fl,a4Mui by AbRorption, aud e,.,rtli
Ita apnellle lettunneo on the Bimilnal Voalelea, KJm
ubiuiry Duct. Froatato Olund, and Ureibia. Th
nan ol t tin minieor i aiu-ninxj won no pniu or men
veoienne, aud dooa out lutorferu U b tho nrJina
nuraulla ol llfei It I onlnklv dlsaolved and Boon a1
aorlxid, producing aa uamitmtoHoothtiutaud nmlnl
atlvo ennui upon me aoxuai anil nervuua omanir
tlunawrooked from aolf abuao and niooaiiM,atoiplr
iho drain from the) ayateui, rnatorlnat tha mind t
haaltb andaound memory, removing tho Iiiinnoe
of BlRbt. Nervou Utibliitv. (Joufuelou of Idom
Averalon to BCK-lyty, flto.,eto., and theaiiix-nmur
of preuinturo old Hffo nanally aeeomjiarivlnu- th
tmuhlo.aud realorlnu peifoot Boxma Viiror.w
It ban boon dormant for years. 'I Ina modo of treii
mont haa afon.l thtt iuat 111 VerV anvnrn cmna. anil
now a pronounced auecuaa, EniRa aro too munh pn
aurlbud In thoiw trouble, and, aa many can bear wi
Dana to, with but lift loll ry airiiiiiniilniuil, J'bin
la noNiiominan about thla Vri.pural Imi. Tract lout o
annralliinanahlKan tu imaltlvKlv Bruarnntiia that I
will glvautlBf action. IJurlnir fhn elht ynan thn
It, ban Ihxo In irnnernl uao, we have thoumndHof u(
pionUla aa to il value, and It la now roncediMl by in
Mn.lli.nl 1'n.fi.ttalnii to the nioat, rnttorinl niiuina vi,
dlaeovnred nf rwu'hlDiranil eurhut Mil vary prevuloij
tniuola,thatia wan anowu w ih. mo ciiho oi unioi
n.lu.. (A.n man. and UIIOU whom auuL'ltH nn tall
their urnleaa noatrnraa and bin feea. Th Itemwl
laputiiplnniuitooa,oi iiino ina. jno, i.ienniw
to laat a month,) 3 ! No, P, o ilhelent tn effeet a pn
M.nmik ..lira, unlnaa 111 ailVliri CAMIH.! SAt No. i
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noil eaf,ii,ii, ultl'U trill roll t Hen I
Ih tuomt mkrftlirnl that thru ran br I
rvulnrnt foirreef tun if,of,iiMf If. I
fed for tht tintirm of llr. erline !
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