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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OP A
Loss of appetite, NaintPn,howp1n costive,
Fain in thenond,with n dull senmition In
RiecUru-tTl'iiiu unJor the BhoiUder
bla'flo. fiillnoHa after batliiK, w ith a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind
Irritubili tyof temjjer. Low pirits,LoH8
of "memory, with a feeling of having tiegjf
looted some dAitj7eiirlneH87DizaiinoBir,
t'lutterin'irbT the Heart, DotajDofore th
eyeaYellow Bkfn,lTeBdaoho, HeHtlessi
boss uTuighCTiighly colored Urinei
IT THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTJTTS PILLS are esperliilly nrtiiptml to
Such caeea, one dose iltoctHsiicliHcliiingo
of feullnir an to astonish (lie siittYrer.
They InrrrHic the A iMlll4, and cause the
tHsly tn VHkf on lirali. tliim file system In
nourUiiiHl.aiiilbvihelrToiilr Actioiinii the
)iTvlleOnrn HeirulnrMoolaare pro
duceil. Price i rents, M Murrny Nt Nf.w.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
O B a v 1 1 A l n or W m sk r m el ihn ped t n a O uw v
HlacK by a slnnle application of ibis Dyk. II
Imparts a natural color. im'Ih InntiiiinincHJUHly.
hold tiylrupvilr sent ")' ki '"" rc or f I.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
(Dr. TIITH II tM tl, it Valaahle Inrormartna and t
tWnil llrn-lut. lll Im aistlwl Ult ll oil mnillfllu.y
Sprains, minis, ftr-alcl. UnilMpx, Sore
uc, KUi'iiiiiuIIniii, lioIl, I Jeer, OKI
sort, Toothache, llcnil achr, More
Throat, Asthma, Hnrt'neag,
JTSTI!f V: FCLTOX, I). I Brooklyn, N. Y.
"I'rovinft itself to boa necessity in our home."
P. A. WKSTLUVKLT, M. II., Nashville. Tnn.
Have used lnre quantities of KIND'S EXT1UCT
In my practice"
Mrs. A. 11. Mr-CORD, Matron, Ilonio of Destitute
Children." Wo find it wont vtllrucious cud uuo
lul." rantlon.-rOXD 3 rXTRACT la gold only In
botUe with the niimo Mown in the plnss.
a- It In uusufo to wo other article with onr
directions. Insist fin havlnff POND S IXl'HACT.
Itefuso all imitations and substitutes,
SPECIAL ntEPARATIOXS OF TOKD'S EX.
aitACT comiiinkd wrra toe ituest
A.N'D MOST DF.LICATK I'KKrX'lUa
FOK LAD1LS' BOl'DOM.
POND'S EXTlt.U T
Toilet ( renin 1.00
Up Salve H.'i
Toilet Soap (3 eaten) fid
..Mr., $1.00 and $1.75
( atarrh Cure 73
Inhaler Kilting fiOn.) 1.00
.Natal Kyrliure S5
Jlediraled Puper... ii
Orders amounting to worth, scut cxprossfrco
on receipt of money or I'. O. order.
tir Ovn New I'ami'iii.et with IIiRTonT or ocn
pBil'AHATtONS, StNT 1'llKE ON AI't'UCATJO.N TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th St., New York.
Who rant glossy, Inxnriant
and wavy trosses of abundant,
beautiful Hair most nso
LYON'S KATllAIItON. This
clcciuit, cheap articlo always
makes the Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
6trong, giving it a curliui?
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is tho suro
result of usLug Kuthairou,
ICAN BE CURED,
If yon art lufferliiii wUheioui Debility or
any disease or symptom, wearing on body or
wiuw, J'u iv n-n gloomy, UURpouuenu
enrons, timid, foiuetlnl or unfit for luiKlueiw.
BO nailer wlint inuy hnv. been the original
cause of your iUhchcm or symptoms, or to whom
yon have applied for help without gelling relief,
yoa can be cured of all your disnureeablii symn
loma, and fully lenlored to perfect physical health
la the shortest possible t.'.iiu. Having during the.
past twenty-five year! innd the study and treat
ntnt of disease of the Mind and .Vei run Nystem
. ipemlty, and having cured such a lurgu num
ber of cases, many of whom (after expending
hundred! ol dllr-) linil been g.ven tip aa In
curable, we now oiler our services and treatment
to the afflicted at price within their reach. Con
lultatlon cither persomilly or by letter free and
eoafldentlal. 1'ntlent- lit a dlstniice by giving a
statement of their rase, or by aiiswerlngqinistloii!
(wblch will be sent to any adiiiess on receipt of
llamp to prepay posini.-) can be treated ai well
by letter as at i.flke. We prepare and luruieh to
patients our own meilirlnea Acdresi
M ADlbON 1ISPJKSAKV, ! bouth Clurk St.,
Chicago, 111. '
In host of families llvimters simarh Iinier!
1 ll at oiucti regarded as a household ip.resslly as su
gar or coffee. 'III. reasou ol h. t, yesrs of
atnarlenco ba.'t proved It to tm nerleeil. ...b.i.i.. i-
tbeae ciae of emergency whsi apr. inptaudr.ini.
, vioiout remedy l (leiuaiided. Cunsilpmiim, liver
Complaint- uyspriim.. iuuiriiion ana oilier troub
lua m nvmr.imm bv It.
n Korsalo by all drugglsle and di alers, tg whom ap
ulv fur Uoitottur . Almanac for ISriii,
tN STOMACH O
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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I'MirtkI tiollce 1
O 'Itimrli' and ri'Hululluiie patted by loUi'tle!
ten cel pur lino.
O.'Hthn and murrlauoa tree
F ict luxertmn, per qnaw $ 1 50
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Kihl Hum of Ktlld nonpareil conntltnte a quare-
I)lpla.ved advertisement v. Ill be cbared accord
ing to the "pace occupied, at above rutea there be
Ing twelve Iiuck of lolld type to the Incti.
To eirnlaradvorllaer. we oiler inperior luduce
men both an to rate! of charge! and manner ol
J i -laying their favor!.
'J'h paper may be found on Hie at Geo. P. Rowoll
l, i Newspaper AdvertialuK Breaa, (10 ttpruce
(rw ;wIkii schurllKlnK contract! may be made
fr It in New Yo..
(Communication! npon mbjoctaof general Interest
to the public are at all time! acceptable. Rejected
m iuuc.ripl will not be returned.
(.otters and communications should be addressed
'II. A. Unruett Cairo llllnoii "
That lifickin coiyh can bo so quickly
cvireil by Sliiloli's Cure. We gunrnnlee it.
Paul O. Scliuli, Agent. 1
FELLOWS' HYPOI'IIOSPIHTES dif
Ilts from nil hitherto produced, in composi
tion, mode of preparation, ami in (,'cnerul
ejects, ami in sold in its original form. It
wns developed from acttial personal expi!ri
ment, fiiibrnein!.' many nionthfi, while tlie
inventor was suffering from pulmonary con
sumption, and nervous debility The Rood
results following i's lirst use have since been
repeated in numerous other cases.
The beauty ami color of the hair may bo
safely regained by using Parker's Hair
Halsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, clearliness and dandruff eradicate
ViUi you sl'KKEH with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh'a Vitalizer's
guaranteed to euro you. Paul O. Schuh,
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is labor
ing under bodily uilliction, indigestion, bil
iousness, constipation, cuused by impurity
of the blood, or disorders of tho kidneys or
liver, don't fail to recommend BUHDOCK
BLOOD BITTERS, a sure and safe remedy.
Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
Sch uh, Agent.
No such Word as Fail.
"I have used your SPUING BLOSSOM
for dyspepsia, headach, and constipation,
and find it has done me a great deal of good.
I shall recommend it to my friends."
May 24th. 1)0 Main St., Buffalo.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
G. 8chuh, Agent
great popularity, from its intrinsic value as
n reliable medicine, in curing hoarseness,
and all irritations of the throat, diseases of
the chest, etc. For these it is an incompar
able pulmonic. P.nil G. Schuh, Agent.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $. All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 1515 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Go to Paul G. 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.
Si.Er.iM.Kss nioiits made miserable by
that teirible cough. Sliiloli's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iNeglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
ami balsams, but act directly on the inllam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give peifeet mtisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank aiming the few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
JIitADACHK is effectually cured by
WKKJHT'S IN I). AN VKI1KTAIII.K PIU.8, which
cleanse the bowels and purify tho blood. (1)
BoitOKN, Skm.kck & Co., St. Louis, sell
tho best and cheapest Car Starter made.
Witli it ono man can move n freight car. (1)
Catahiui cuuko, health and sweet breath
secured by Sliiloli's Catarrh Uemedy. Prieo
25 cents. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Du. Ki.inb'h Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of tho age for all Nerve Diseases
All fits stopped free. Send to 03 1 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Nkaui.y all the ills that allliet mankind
can be prevented and cured by keeping tho
stomach, liver and kidneys in perfect work
i"K inner, i hero is no metiicine known
that will do this us qtrckly and surely,
wit hunt inti'rl'erini' with your duties as
Parker's Ginger Tonic, See advertisement.
Foil lame back, side or chest, use Sliiloli's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. PaulO
Schuh, Agent. " 5
To all who arn suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a rerip that will euro you, free
tff charge. This grent remedy waB discov
ered by a mUsionary u South America.
Send a self aildressod envelope to tho Rev.
JoKeph T. Iutnan, Station D, New York
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, IM81.
It happenod In iv rough mining town
In Colorado. There was a grand ball
at the ranch of Whiskey Jack, a well
known character in Ihn "diggings,"
and the elite" of tho district respond
ed to tho call in full force. The party
was hold in a rickety old barn belong
inrr to tho host, and with a few red
strips of flannel, a grotesquo accumu
lation of mountain roses, and a row of
dripping candles, the appointments of
tho place wore perfect. My first part
ner in the giddy danco was tho wife of
tho man who killed the village post
master boeauso ho refused him a letter;
she was fat. fair, and forty, and danced
with tho grace of a cow. My next
partner was tho daughter of this charm
ing pair, a young girl just bursting into
the loveliness of womanhood; she was
badly freckled, and sported a wart on
her noso. My uoxt partnor was a
blooming grass-widow, a fresh arrival;
and then I rested. I began to com
ment on now faces in tho room. My
companion in this pleasant pastimo was
a heavy-bearded miner, uncouth,
roughly dressed, tobacco slobberod.and
very profane. This was our first moot
ing, and I hoped it would bo tho last.
'There goes a hard looking easo," I
whispered, ns tho wife of the man who
killed the nostiuastor sailed by. "She's
a bad 'un. '
"Yas," replied tho man. "I'd hate
to liave tho critter step on mo. What
an elegant target shb would make for a
"Yes," I said, and turned my eyes
on a tall, raw-boned creature sailing
towards us supported by a little man
with sandy whiskers and red-top boots.
"Hero comes tho boss."
"Tho boss, I say; ain't she a lovoiy
Ho glared at me a moment and then
reached for his revolver.
"What is a chimpanzee?" begrowlod
fiercely, his red eyes growing large.
I saw that I had made some mistake,
and hastened to explain.
"Why why," I stammered, backing
off, "a chimpanzee is a lovely croaturo
found iu Africa nothing so gorgeously
beautiful as a chimpanzee. That is tho
highest compliment a lady can re
ceive." "O!" and tho man looked relioved.
"Yas, 1 think so myself, stranger: she
is a lovely chimpanzee; she's my wifo."
Skin Diseases Cured.
By Dr. Frazies's Magic Ointment. Cures
ns if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on the face,
leaving the skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, fcc.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered
beyond all description from a Bkin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. The
most carelul doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fra
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured by a
jVfThc first and only positivo cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
IIenhy & Co., Sole Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
Bure cure. Price $1.00, by mail. For sale
For sale by Geo. E. OTIara.
Richardson & Co., Wholesale Agts.
An Amesbury Surgeon's Mysterious
A stranger drove into Amesbury ono
evening recently to find a surgeon for a
man who, ho said, had been hurt a few
miles away. A young doctor jumped
into his wagon, and when they had
driven a mile or so tho stranger told
the doctor tho affair must bo kept secret,
and ho must blindfold him. The doctor
assented, and a thick handkerchief was
bound about his eyes. After riding
several miles further they camo to a
hut in the woods, and the doctor was
tiken in aud tho bandnge removed,
lie saw on a cot a middle-aged man
with a broken leg. Thoro was a silk
mask over his face. No word was
spoken, and the man, who was hand
somely dressed, scarcely groaned while
his leg wns set. A well-lilled purse was
given to the doctor and ho was driven
back blindfolded to tho vilh'go by the
mysterious stranger, who said the in
jured man was traveling incognito. The
doctor does not know in which direc
tion ho was taken, and is reticent about
tho affair. tyringfidd licjjubUcan.
"You Sweet Thing."
Tho oilier evening a curbstone broker
named Fuller, while standing in the
door of a livery stablo- on Sixth street,
addressed a strani-o young lady as "You
sweet thing." The swei't thing turnod
on her heel quick as a Hash and struck
the Insolent fellow such a blow with
her parasol that sho sent his cigar fly
ing out of his mouth. A second crush
with tho sunshade knocked the concdit
so completely out of tho curbstono
fiend that he yelled for mercy and
dashed away toward ono of tho horse
stalls for protection. Tho onragod
young lady followed the coward aud
demoralized speculator and banged
liim at every bound, until in dospora-
tiou he tn'ow himself on the lloor and
almost kicked the pl islor off the ceiling
in his cll'orls to ward off tho blows. Af
ter beating the fellow until sho was
tired, the "swoot thing" folded the
shreds of her parasol round its bent
and battered ribs and walked away,
followed by tho prayers mid admiring
g anci's of everyone who had witnessed
tho affair. Hun Fntncineo Chronicle,
UNMKK AM, OTHER HAIR DRESSINGS,
is tho best fur promoting tho growth of and
beautifying tho hair, and rendering it dark
nnd glossy. The Cocoaine holds, in a liquid
form, a largo propoi tion ui deodorized Co
coanut Oil, prepared expressly for this pur
pose. No other compound possesses tho
peculiar properties which bo exactly suit
tho various conditions of tho human hair.
Tho superiority of Burnett's Flavoring
ExtrnetM cnnaUta In tlieir iwirfert nnrltv stul
......... -aw.. .U..UV '-..y tUV.
Tie World's Population in 1881.
According to MM. Behm and Wag
ner's Ilcvolkevurtfi dcr F.nle. Europo
lias now a population of 815,929,000 ln
habitants, Asia 83-l.7O7.O0O. Africa 205,
679,000, America 95, -105, 000, Australia
and Polvnesia 4:31,000, the Polar re
gions 82,000, giving a total of 1,455.
923,000. being an incroaso of 16,778,000
according to tho latest known censuses.
At the end of 1877 Germany had a pot
illation of 43.91.1,000, Austria and Hun
gary (1879) of .18,000.000, Franco
(187fi) of 36.900,000, Turkey In Europo
of 8,8tiu. 000, U issh of 87,900,000. In
Asia, China possesses 4.14,900,000 In
habitants, I long Kong 130,144, Japan
Japan 3i.3uo,OOD, according to the cen
sus of 1878. Tim British possessions in
India number 240.200.000 poopl.f (an
estimate made before the census of this
year), the French possessions 280,000.
Cochin Chin i 1,600,000, the East In
dian islands 34 800,000. the islands of
the South Sea 878,000. Tho area of Afri
ca is es'iinated at 29,383,000 squuro kilo
nielers, divided a-s follows: Forest and
cultivated land, 6,300,0110; savannahs,
6.235.0D0; steppes. 4,200,000; deserts,
10.600,000. The inhabitants of British
Noith America number 3.800.000; of
the United States. fiO. 000,000; of Mex
ico. 9.485,000, and of Brazil, 11,100,000.
Tho Pilar regions extend round the
Arctic circle, with an area of 2,859.000
square kilometers, and tho Antarctic
regions about 600,000. The population
of tho former is small, with the excep
tion of Iceland, which has 72,000, and
Greenland 10,0'X). London Times.
How many a home has been robbed of
sunshine and happiness and rendered Bad
and desolate by the loss of some dear and
petted child. This is a dangerous season
for children, snd parents should keep DR.
BULL'S COUGH SYRUP handy. Prico
Ho Loved the F!ag.
A Woodwa'd avenue saloonist, says
the Detroit Free Press, was decorating
his bar the oilier d.iv with small flag.
when a stranger who had j ist got out
side of four inches of whisky, leaned
his elb nvs on tho bar nnd observed:
Stranger, 1 do love that flag."
"You bet I do."
"Were you in tho war?"
"Not exactly, but my heart was
"Where was your body?"
"Say, that's the only thing I blani'i
this government for. If there hadn't
been such golden ohanc sto niako from
$100 to S'JUO by jumping the bounty I'd
have died for tno Hag. and my old dad
and two brothers would have died for
her. It was a ino.in trick of Uncle Sam
to shake JGoo at a fi ller who wanted to
wrap that oid Hag around him and die
on the field. 1 jumped tho bounty four
different times, nnd between mo aud
you I wish I hadn't. You see, I hain't
hardly got tho face now to ask Uncle
Sam to grant mo a pension for a broken
log received while on tho scoot for Can
ada, though I may work up to it iu
lime. Bless the old stars and stripes
and gimnio a leetle more of that
The proprietor of the Allen house, Allen
town, Pa., Mr. T. II. Good, reportathe case
of a guest suffering with neuralgia to such
an extent that ho had no rest for a week
day aud night Fifteen minutes after the
application of ST. JACOBS OIL, all pain
Grapes are tho only kind of fruit
which is plentiful and cheap in this
tiiuo of extraordinary drouth. A wet
season is what tho grape-grower fears.
In dry weather the vines bear abund
antly, and the fruit is largo and well
flavored. In California, whero not a
ch ild is seen in tho sky from May till
Oe'ober, the grapj reaches its greatest
perfection, and many kinds unknown
in our Eastern markeU aro cultivated
from stocks brought from Europe.
There is not much variety with us.
The growers believe it most profitable
to make no experiments, and stick to
tho standard sorts with which the public
is familiar. Upon our city fruit stands
and in our markets tho Concord ap
pears first and stays longest. Early in
the season it has the Delaware for a
rival, but this delicious little grape,
with its red coat and its delieato aro
matic flavor, is not a profitable bearer,
and it sells for about twice the prico of
tho Concord. Later comes tho Catawba,
an excellent grape, but ono too often
picked before its best qualities have
developed. Besides these threo varieties
thero is rarely anything to bo seon
save the California grapes, which come
3,000 niilos by rail, and are too costly
for general sale. Thero are a dozen
good varieties to bo found in privato
vineyards that aro rarely seen in cities,
because the men who make a business
of raising grapes have found by experi
ence that it pays best to stick to tho
kinds that aro hardy and prolific, and
that buyers do not need to bo made ac
quainted with. Tho quantity of grapos
consumed annually for food in this
country is enormous; yet ono need not
be very old to remomber whon a bunch
of grapes was a rarity savo upon the
tables of the rich. How much has been
done for American health and thus in
directly for American eivilizition by
the cheapening and popularizing of tho
smaller fruits dining tho past thirty
years can hardly bo estimated. Best of
all of them is tho grape. It appeals to
tho esthetic taslo as well as to tho pal
ate; it is grateful to the eye as well as
to tho stomach, and ut 4 or fi ccuis a
pound is wilhiu roach of tho leanest
CiuiKo and Effect.
Tho main cause of nervousness is indiges
tion, and that is caused by weakness of the
stomach. No one can have Bound nerves
and good health without using HOP BIT
TERS to strengthen the stomach, purify
tho blood and keep the liver and kidneys
activo to enrry off all tho poisonous and
waste matter of tho system. Bee other
Thero is but very Binall proportion of the
women of this nation that do not suffer
from some of the diseases for which KID
N EY-WORT is specific. When the bowels
have become costive, headache torments,
kidneys out of fix, or piles distress, take a
package nnd its wonderful tonic and re
novating power will cure you aud give now
Nouralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of iho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, 5ora Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foei
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on earth equals Pt. Jacobs Oil M
a Miifr.iure, timile and rlimp Kxtenutl Remedy.
A trial entails but the comparatively triliini: outlay
of no ( ran, ami every one Ftifl'iTing with pain,
can have cheap am positive proof of iu claiuo.
Directions in Eleven languages.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEES II
A.VOGE1ER & CO., .
lUUtimirre Hd... V, 6. Jk
WASTING DISK SKrt.
Such as Consumption, Htoio hills. Asthma, (iener
al liehlPty. Hnun K.l;iiiitinn, hroi li l eu
sllputton, I lironic Jiiirriiu'a, Dyspepsia
Or I.oHSof MervoiiH 1'uwer,
Arc positively cured by Pelluw' Compound Syrup
of H popliospliitc.
As phosphorus enter' so largely iu'o the animal
economy, ll become par c xccliaiiro the tie-t vehi
cle with which to mii-ik Int.; the other vitalizing in
irrcdients of h'nilthy tilood, nervu ai.d muscle. Iu
Fellows' Syrup of Hypophosphitcs are combined
all the sillistttnccs nui essury lo Insure robust health
and whereas it was invented with a view to supply
every deficiency. It certainly has performed ouie
Manchester. N. It . . June IS, ISSO.
Mr. James I. Fellows: Dear Sir-I wish to ack
nowledge the ureal buicftt I have received from the
use of Fellows' Compound yri.p of Hypophos
phitcs. I have been h ii invuliil for nearly two years
with a brotich al affection thai had bei omeehronlc.
In the fu 1 of 1KTH 1 had a physician tijjhty da s In
succession,, liestdes the iouti -l of several others
'I hey jrave me but little encotiriiji tneiit. some of
theifi none, tast July I was advlwd to ulve your
remedy a trail. I did so, and iu let-s than one week
there was a markiet improvement for the better. I
have continued Its use from that time until the
present, improvini; all t e time, and I can truthful
ly say that I am more than a hiimln d p.-r cent bet
ter than when I commenced lis use. I have increas
ed in weight ahont tlfieeu pounds, aial mi ruurt,
which was tearful, has m arly disappeared i be
lieve had it not been lr vour Syrup, I should ere
thi have been beyond the cares'of life.
Very truly y.urs. Al.llliRT STORY.
tV D not be deceived by remedies bearniita
similar name; no other prepa ationiaa substitute
for this, uniter any circumstances.
FOK HALE BY J)IU (JOISTS.
A New and complete- H tel. fronting on tcvee
.Second aud Railroad Streets,
The Pampnser D' pot of the Chicno, St. T,onl
and NewOrb-iti": Illinois Central; Wahash. Ht.
touts and 1'nclilc; Iron Mountain and Smthern;
Mobile and Ohio; t uir and St. I.oum Hallway!
are all Just across tho street: while the Steamboat
Landltiu Is lint one miiiarc distant,
This Hotel ts healed by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Hells..
Automatic Klre-Alurms. Hatha, absolutely pure air,
perlect seweraue and complete appointments,
Huiierb furiiishliiKii; perfect survlco; and an un
9xcc lied table.
Ii. 1 1'AUKKlt to CO.,1
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK. Tho (Jreat Kiiiz-
,V llsli rrnicdv, An
' ,i,.fli,,,r f.
potency and all
dlsea-es thill folow
RM A SCOUCIICO
jma. : ...
Before TakiDgtiniversalliisslltiiie. r, ';sn. . .
tiiilii in tho nick.ciel At-Klflg.
dimness of lstoti, premiitun; old ai;n, "id many
other dlsi asi s that lead to insanity,, consumption
or a premature riiivo.
I if Hull runic-liars In our pamphlet, which wo
deslan to send free bv mall to evervonu. HfTho
Specific Medicine. Is sold liviill driltfu'lst at $1 Per
pacKaue, or six packauea for J'i, or will be sent tree
bv mail on receipt of the motiev, bv addressing.
TlIA OKAY MKDIC1NK CO.,
IllIFTALO, N . Y, .
Hold In Cairn bv I'ntil Sclinh.
What will tho Wcathor ho To-morrow)
Tl. i. ei.lll.ll I.I I' I' (Mllll-
II.I.....I. Unit foretell
leorreetly liny oliiinKes
!i ii tne wentner i i"
hinird. Wurriinted Vvf.
feet and Ktdlalilo. Wewlll send It.rfcHuirciliw.lo
any address on receipt of Ono Dollar. The Heat
Venllier Imllenlor In Iho Vorhl. Just thn
thlimforaC'IIKINTMAS 1'Hl.tiK.N'l. Aitents wonted
everywhen'. Send forelreulnr. ItrirmenfimiUitiMUU
08WKOO TllKttMOMETEW WOltKS, Oswego, N.Yi
THIHTY DAY'S Tit I A L.
W will sond Dr. n o'sColi!hriitod Elnrlro-Volla-
Ic lbilts and other B ectrlc Appliances on trial for
SO days to vounB men and other person afflict
ed wllh Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality, etc, uuar
nteultitf speedv relief and co i pinto restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Khetimatlsm, Neu
raTula, paralysis, Liver ami Kidney dlmcuMlos, Hun
tures and munv other diseases, illustrated pamph
let sunt free. Address Voltalo Hull Co., Marshall,
ii r .j;- y - 'r ui.iM
fKrfc THE GREAT ml
k'-W ( . 1' -i , -J'ul !!',l..
EjC'11' '2wa.? (; 'bji';: Ac; f " ' y !
!A i vatnahle Claoovary and Now Departure In MM
cal hoimica, aa enllrnl Now and posiUvaly lliiotlva
uimeily for tlmspm-dr and iM.rinnni.nl, Curt, of Semi
nil EiulMuloiiii and InitKjleoc y lijr the only true
way, vis: Direct Application totlio principal tW6
pi the lilwasu, aotinu oy AliHorption, and ateitlnu
ltssBH.'lholn!lunceon thn BcmuiiU Venlclea, EJao
ulutory Ducu, 1-rcauite Olnnd. and Urethra, Tha
use ol tna ilninmly Ut atuimled wllb no palo or Inooa
Venlnniw, and does not Interfere with the ordinary
pursuit of life It In qnlokly diawlvMl aud aooa a
lorlwd, produelnganbiimocllntmiooUilniraiid tmU
atlve fllfeet upon the stomal and Dervuiia oraiinira
llouawreukiKt from aolf-almsa and eiemsoa, sUipplnif
tha dnun (nun the system, restoring tlie mlud to
bnallh and sound memory, reinnvlng tho Dlmnasa
of bint, JNurvuua OoblUty, Uonrualon ol Ideua.
Avention to Hociuty, eto., etc., and tha apisMranua
ef premature old aire usually acouij.njiu ihla
.rvuowf, anu nwuirinK iienoe ocxuui viuur. wners)
ment has stood the Umi la very tsiven caiM, and la
Dow a pronou nowd suceosa, Druira aro too m ucb pre
scrllmd to those trnuuloa,and,anianfcan lioarwlt
oeMto.wltb butiltllellanypirmanuoltfKHl. Tbera
la no Noom-nso about this 1'reiMruOna. Traetlcsl ots
aervatloiion&hlMSUt to positively gunrautoe that it
will Klvuautlafuctlon, Durlnsr Ihn lht yean thai
It has Ihwu in aeneral nso, wo have thousands of Uiolt-
Kionulsaa to its value, and it Is now enncslod by tha
led leal 1'mfesslon to lai tho most rational uieaiu, yet
dlscovored of ruat lilna and curing tins very provaluut
trouhlo. that la well known to bo tho causn of output
nilwiry to ao many, and upon whom quacks prey witn
their uwdnaa noHtruins and blu fooa. 'Iho linmed?
Is but upln neat tKiiea.of tbro.islz.4. No. l.ien.nwi
to last a mouth,) I J! No. ii, isullicleot toerfiKt apnr
manent euro, unless lo Severn castn,! $B No. 3.
Haul Inn over threo oinntlu, will stp emtMlon and
rtntoro vOor In the worst cac,) !7. Snnt tij maU,
MM, In plaio wraptwrs, full DIKECXXONtt (ut!
using win accompany EACH BOX.
(S.iut for Hrulrd Ih htI)iHi k VatnpK
lesj (le-dij; Attatomral I llumlrutiunn
atnt i emf imonu. troi trill renrlnrs B
lie enosil mkepliral that they ran bfl I
reiiormt toperft munhaoiCanti If.
trtl fnr tha tlulle of lifr.nntnn M if f
nrrer tijfretrd. txtUt .X1 by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC. CHEMISTS.
Market and 8th Sta. ST. LOUI8. Mo.
It ha immid dormant lor juam. 'J'liln misio sf treat
The Best Known Remedy for
DaoKache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joint.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kldnoy Diseases.
Lumbaco, Severe Aches or Pains
Are Superior lo -ill other Plaaieri
Are Superior to Tad.
Are Koperlor to I.lniinent.
Are Superior to Ointment or Halve.
Are inperior to Llrrtrlclty ern aJvoQUia
They Act Immediately.
They Kelleve Tala at Onee.
Tbey Positively Cure.
Bcnaon 's Cnpr tne Poi-ins Pla-
ters liaveDecn Imitaled. Do
J I Iwili nut allow your dnuftt to
palm off snrue other plaster havinn a similar
oni)dini name. See that ttit word Urpclic4
C-A-r-C-I-N R. Price J6 cts.
SEABURY & JOHNSON.
Maiiulacturinu Ge mini. .N. w to'k.
AMIJIIK KF.IIKDY AT LAST. Pr.ca 'i-V.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN fi BUNION PLASTER.
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
PKItt'tXTLV KKHrOHK TIIK IIEtRinO
and perform the nora ol Hie Batumi llrum.
Alwavs In position, bat Invisible Iu ulbvr.
All ConvarMitiou and even whisper lieiird di
llni'tlv. W rtfir to tboss ailcf tbiaa. Send for
d.-ierlt tlve cireulur with t-aiimoiilula. Adlrsaa,
H. P. E. PECK CO,, s)6S Ilntadway, .New Vsrk.
" r-jt)tisiness now before Ihc public
J 1 Wl I I 1 Yon ran make money faster at
wora for us than alunvthlng
c so. Capital not needed We
will start von. li a day ami
upwards made at home by tho
Industrious men. women, boys and Klrl- wanted ev
ery here to work for us. Sow ts the litis. You
can work in spare time only or give your whole time
to the business. You can live at home, and do the
work. No other business will pay you nearly aa
well. No one ran full lo make enormous pav by
oiifiiL'liiK at once, Coolly outfit and terms free.
Money tiia.lu fast, easllv and honorably. Add res
Truu & Co., Augusta, Maine. -likin.
MUTUAL AID S0C1KTY.
UREKA! EUREKA! I
A SUIiSTTiTTE FOR LIKE INSIK
AME CP M PA NIKS.
WIDOWS' & OIIPJIANS'
Hutual Aid Society,
Orpinl.fil Julv I till, 11177, t inier the Laws 0
the State of Illinois. CoiM lull ted Jul V
0, 1IJ77, Under Actnl't'ongrtis.
P.O. 8CIUTII President
(! T. ltUDD Mc0 I resident
.1. A. (iOI.DSTINK , .........Treasurer
J ,1. (loKI)ON Medical Advisor
THOMAS I.H.WIH Seem tar-
JOI1N C. WIIITIC Assistant Secretary
KXKCUTI VH3 COM M 1TTK K
II LEIOIITON, L. S. THOMAS,
J. 8. McOAIJKY.
IIOAIID OK MANAOKU8:
William Straiten, of Stratum A Hlrd. wholuanlo
B nicer: Paul O. SrliuU, wholesale and reliill tlrilR
usi; Huzen L'lghton, co nmlsslon morchtiut; Jas.
H. Mc.Oiibey, llinilier dealer; J. J. Portion, phys
Icluu; J. A. Ooldslliin, ol'Otililstlne & It iveu water,
wholesale and rulall drv goods, etc; Win. H. Pitch
er, general agent: Iletirv J). Kills, city printer and
book binder; Chcsley tlaynes, Cooper; Jnn. C.
Wlilto, asslstiitit. secnitnry ami solicitor: Albert
Lewis, tieBler in flnttr nnd grain; F. Hros. presl
dent Alenauder County llaiik; O. W. llnndrlcks.
contractor and hntlifur; Cvnia (Hose, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, lecrotnry and attorney at
law; I.. 8, 'I botniis, broom miititilactnreri W K
HiishoI, contractor nnd I'til tier; C. T, Ittldii
aiieutU. Ht. L.N.O.rallaondiMose! Phl llps.rar
penler; II. A. Clitltnhley, contractor, Cairo, 111;..
Ituv. J. Hliencor, cloigvman.Ht Lellis, Mo.) .1. IT.
lUithiine, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charle
ton, Mo- i J. H Moore . lawyer, Commerce, Mn.r
I). Hlngletarv, phvslclan, Arlliieltni, Ky. J. W.
Tarry, phvslclon, Fulton, Kv.; Wm. Ilyiin, farmor,
Murrv, 11 v. ; A, Hteliihaoh, matiiitacturor of ad
dlerv, Kvnnsvlllc, led.; Ike Andurson, socretary
to superintendent (!. Ht. L. A N O, railroad. Jack
son, Tenu.i J. 8. Itobertsnii, phvslclan, White
vllle, i'enn. t Tlmmas A. Oslinrn, harness maker,
Uollvar, Tenn.t Wm. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tising Agun 3. Hoilv Soring, Mixi
HOPE D EAT