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THE DAILY OAIKO BUXKTIN: THURSDAY MOJITO, DECEMBER 15, 1881.
Two Storks of Youthful Heroism,
HOW KATE 8I11UXEY CllOSSEU Till I) HI DOB.
J" preparation of 1'rotoxldn of Iron, IYruvliin
ItaiK and llm Phosphates, asiclalcd villi tho
Vegetal, 0 Aroiiiullcs. Kndnrsi d ,yih Medical
1 rofiKHltm, and recommended hy lln.ni for lira
li.ali. (JriirrHl lirhillly. 1 male IM.
j-uae. Wuiitol' Vllitlllr, .N it ti.ua. I'row
Irullani, t mnitli-ai-eiiec from Severe
ml I hronlc' I. Ilia uml loser. Hn'.TVut
tmry purpura where u 'Ijmc in uucraaary.
Hanuficlurcd by The Dr. Ilarti-r Kediciue Co., St. Looit,
Tlii following Is imn f l ho very many tcitlmo
Cluli wo are receiving dally i
6mrbmii.--NmiiMlirp months ago I tHTMl th
II no uf On. lUluicit'H J Hon 'JuNli.'. u Dull the ad
vice of inu'.y Mends who knew In virtues. I vol
mitring from (reucnil dchllliy ti such an extent
that my laimr w:t tXt:t!iiifrly burdensome to Ilia.
A vu' ntliiii of a uionlli illil not (five mu much re
lief, hut on lliu contrary, win followed hy In.
creased liriMlrnlluii and sinking chills. At thi
time 1 began the nsn of your Dion Toxic, from
i tiik'ii i ri mici aim. mi illuminate anil Wonderful
rcsiillo. 'I he old energy returned and I found that
my ii ;i t in Hi force wan nut permanently abated. I
have used three tmltli-H uf (IhiTonk;, Hlnrc using
It 1 have dine twice the labor tlml I ever ilhl In tin)
Mine, time during my Illness, ami with double the
a e. Willi the trainiull Uerve and vltror ol' Ixxly.
lias come also a ch-anies of thoiiL-lit never before
unloved. Jt' the ToVic liaa nut flout, Um work. I
, kliuw not what. I give It the en .lit.
Jlual gratefully yours,
J. I'. pX isiiVj-
Troy, O., Jan. i, 1S7B. PaalurUirlsUaa Church.
Drulsti and General Dealers Everywhere
liiti ll'uri kl and Beat Tl i-Uiciiio eicr Made..
At'iliiiliination of Horn. Buchu. Man-
dra!ei"i Dandelion, with ail tiM betnd
und cl urativt, pri.pinita of all other Hitters,
iiuinotii''i!''',''U't Blood Purifier, Liver
Rfc U I n tor, an" lai" mm i'iui iuwrwg
v.. .n..,.... an mNMflilr lung nlt Whets. Hop
iiiili-ra an- uVl,aovarn.-d aiJ iwrluct areUiur
(Jl.'l .it It, Ilia -uim
Tmj e'.ve MiufslT,.z:tt:tiZoltJlt!-a-
T.i Ml whose mpl..yiiiiuU rouse IrnguUrl
ty..flliclwv,. lor urinary organs, or who rw
iimn-an Ai.i :i. rVT"n1'- and mild Stimulant,
II ,yl!:tu--laluim-au"""'.WItnou: intox
fin i..atn r wiiat y.mr feelings or symptoms
aru wt.'ii thitiiiAa.H:rir all wnent l use Hup nit-
u ra. lain'l wait until younU hut If you
only f I had or iiii'.-ratil'',Bu'-' l-iu at nin e.
It tuiyurny .url:.-.HIia'l,,,'u iiunorvaa.
500.lll'li'If ra" ltii'7 lll not
rui.rhr:i. 1' n.-t niir.-r""' ' """
bull vi .hut UMiai.d uri-f tlt .-uiV 10 UM Hop B
liim'iiila r, Hop liitt-ni hi noV vl1". dniwrr.1
driiMkitn i. . Iruiu. hut tlw Van t' n a -at
Kin! It'll ai ami no ruun or f:nii!y
till, uhl la. a.tnout tli. 111.
r l.ft.la an ai.l'ito and lrrfitihli. run.-
(..i Jo ..nki nil", ii of oi'Hini, l..:acfo m.i
laM-.il.'. AUV'l'l HI nniinri'ta Bi;uil
l)t ( in u.nr. Hup mum a.
Ihvt. . r s y a-..T r....r. ii t
(517 St. Charles Mre
Uwr l.-'-.U-'J Hi.t.i m o!).i'i'hiruu la .St li.i-.mi
'ity l .;-. lt. "--.411 -ill U J rtirKii (us kiw, Byvl', a.
iIOM ha 't.Ou't.K. BtriLtvir. Or itit Htittturtt .,(
lUritiiiry hvi.Iiii .io or Wrc'iriid AfT t t-m.ia t,1
In t.j'i r -:i;t t if .!(. Ahtii-, m-i'i il fiii'-'". in in fiii r
fr (rovt-r lirLi:iworiL. i.f'tunuj trTuutufw -wirnn
H-jr, f)tity( RVHrntun U tfK-Mjr cirif'., a of
t It-, L-mm fit Ktii( pfjHfjr,tilt:lit Umm',rfwU'nt:y mar
. lut-' ::n proper, j r uj..hijiI :'urjt. Oitivilt-Uit"!
t i!i'j i.r hT ;nil frt nntj fuvttii), I'.trti. Oit! in
1 it- h!.. 'ftatury. well told. it- l"lru an-, uu itw
li wtiibT i'w-: W ni.tj n..rry, Khn nl
I 0. VV IMi-hood, 1 hj -.ii'fll drafiiy, W(l 1 ffi' Ui'l
i.rr v !i -'.r i.'inn'1 llnl'i'trii'- tu 'MiucHK( l i-l'ii 't
rU'-iii' ,'.t:iti ourriiamiti:il r.in it tti-ti k--i tin-
I'ff i k uni kt-y. 25 CIS. In ani.-y or
A J-o J, Vi.-.mf.T-i, I-t Mbiiifjfv.il, ;t)f v.J. tit-S4f
tuv A n dr'iuv'..-t h.m tf.t? iiurr' litp'-4. Kt, LuuiJ
n-ii'. tn-t'1.''!'. t"f,urtt. St.. .miK trj.
'01 Chpsnut 5. SM.ouif, Mo. t i,m of.
.D, .l'l.'. I H I.K Q). llu.'K. . ''. u. ' , . i. .
HB.i. Ii:ii..itl'.'y.:H form- of B't.l;llia,i"Tinrri. !
Mei't. Ui iii iry or illu'l.U-r dirtofifrrt. J('"-nt t-n.-'
4:1 :i ii !" u.iva. Alliha diH..am rn-.ntuM iioia
til-, -a ori ii.-"i"o '! f'.r I .lit i:'
.,-! iii. Ad.-I.- If". Cwiiwhii. t-allur wt.'a
i ! ,ct i "n-i'l. r;. rt-:r.itm llx,ir firtf ott.iiap
-M A R I A G E G U I D L . ocT.'
lr"l bU Chronic IifertBf?t, nnd nj(! t nnii:.
fM.tji'4ii'o ttirntli cnnnu'if nni ;ir(itt-ri ciu-n,
wm a n?ixiinawjwuKui Inn af-
lon. of the hlo.il, bum or Ikhiwi.. iini."flih auc
a., wlllio it u.iim Morourf of Hnaonoua Madlcmi..
O II N MFN ho ara infl.-niiffr. ,m lhci.flf. ia
bTiiwiiiirria lii'na ' a diMou ihal unlit lla vur
ii- f-ir 0n.- a or rrmrrW-i i-rn.an"ni )y cnrwl.
'ATIr-UT3 TREATED i'?:
.mii.in-u t i.r icrrr i, r.H.n i'RHC and in .1-
n' n-. 1 tr l(i anv -Mr nn ti ldicatinU.
iKd Urm MiMtlhin t Ittrlr 4aru;. It U But ft Itum.
tWT.ti t.nir t'l-.'i itrif tif cmifi (ft It!, and fini!J I i.i1rru(l
IIU. ill i I N, U North Hth iU(ht- Lruuli, Mn,
II EITIIEH I.ll'ID UU MY rOUB
That Aclunt thcanmetlmr mi
AIM 17.1 SIDSnS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
TJirauj tow that gnat onjtim tv
htcorni clcjjijttl or torjriil, ami iHtuonout
Kutiujrtart thtrtfort forctJ into tu Mood
that ViOUlJbt expelled naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
PII.F.S, 'OJiTIPATION, ritlNAHY
JIISEAHKS, H.MAI.E WEAKNKNHEH,
AN II NKUVOUH IIISOK1IEUH,
by causing frft action qf thstt onjam and
rcttorlng thtir jwierT to throw off dlttate.
Why aulTor Ilillonn pains and arlirnt
Xihj tomicnted with Tllps, CoiMtlatlinl rj
itk, rrlirlilnniol ntrr dlanrilvred Klilni'Tal n
Why omlnre nervous or sick headaclitut M
It U put up la Dry Vegetable Form, In tin
caiia one puckiuro of whlrli nmkol aix iunrt of
nitMtii'liiu. llao In Liquid Form, very ouoen
trattd, for tlioae that caitnot rvadily in'part It.
p-It avta with rqna) rflli'lonrr In elfarr form.
(J1T IT OP 0V1 DkUUOWT. 1'HICE, (LOOM
WELLS, KICI1AUDS0 o., Prop's, M
j (Will aond tho dry pot-puJd.) Bl niXMrroN, VT. fTl
i n week In voiir own (own. $,'i outilt
' fii'n. No rlak, ev. ry thuiir
till not ri'iiiilriol, wo will I'lirnlali yon
! vory I II 111).' Ainny are iniiKinir nir-
tunoa LiidU'a miiKo aa niiicu in men,
and hoys and girls tnano pri'itt. pity,
inter. If vnu uiini a IniHliiVaP at which you cull
Jte "rout iiav nil llui tlmo yon work, wrlln fur pur-
iilura to II. llallott AstJo., ror:iano, .iiaino
n rontlm.o to net nsPolloHont forrntntits, Cavimtfl,
t'lMlu Murk, Ci'pyrlKlitH, t., for tho UnUwl HUitrn.
I.. I'n Ik, I L'iiitImikI LViitllto alllMlill tl V . utt. Wrt
Uh hud Ihlrly-llvo yean XMrlnro
1 1.. i..niu ..lifiitiinfl Ihriiiurti lid mil lintl(tii(l In t tiii QPf
Iatikmi Amkhh'am. This lariro and splendid tllun-
..... ..... i .....m.. I .... .....I li.ia tin nliniiii!lia
ni'll'TU O, 3 ,i'l J lllini'. 1 1 ik. oioi "iMi i.i i i"i "I' ".
ri'.UIalloll. Alllin'an m IJ ArN I II., j un-nv nimr
rs, rub's, of HeiKNTiKHi AMKiU('AN,871'arlC UuW,
..... r. .1. 1 r 1 k... b V.,iil It.kt.vb.ta rwtn
W 1 1 nl I mini mrur. uinum I inviinin
ttJi"- c-'"' vrABays ai,i
jTHE ONLY MEDICINE
Smi.on'n (!i)U(iu iiiul Coii8uni)tinn Curo
is null by us 011 it niunttitce, It curub con
sumption. PttulU. ikliuli, AKiint. 0
If ('ittarrli Bulivrurrt wiHli to lu convinced
that Citturrli chii Im enrol, vn miIvihh tin in
to writu to Dr. C. Jl. .Sjkca, 1U0 Mu-lUn
street Chicauo, uinl Hhk for tcHtiinoiiiulii of
cures. IIu Iihh any number of tliern, and
they aro relmUlo.
Question your Drnsyyist,
an J 1 10 will tell you tlmt there in greater
ili'infind fur S0Z0U0NT l!tn for itny other
prepiinitiou for the teeth. Then nk your
self whether iin itrticlo for which the tie
uiHiid is general and constant, must not
possess (,'enuinn merit. The mental response
will be that it does, since the conclusion ia
irresistible, that if it do not really polish
and preserve the teeth, a discerning public
would lonj since have discovered the fact.
It advertises itself.
SiiiIiOii'h VjtamziCU is what you need for
Consliimtion, Iiss of Appetite, Oi.ziness
and all sympttmis of Dyspepsiu. Price 10
and T.1) cents per bottle. I'aul 0. Sehuh,
Mil. J. Maksji, bank of Toronto, Out.,
writes: "liliou.wss and dyspepsia seem
to have frown up with mu; having been a
sufferer for years, I have tried many reme
dies, but with no lasting result until I used
your liUKDOCK J5L00I) BITTERS.
They have been truly a blessing to me, aud
II cau't speak too highly of them."
Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
0. Bottle, Manchester, N. Y., whs trou
bled with Bstliinn for eleven years. Hud
been obliged to sit up sometimes ten or
twelve nights in sueeessinn. Pound imme
diate relief from THOMAS' ECLECTRIC
OIL, and is now entirely cured. Paul 0.
The London Lanret.
The Imdon Loicent says: "Many a
lite has been saved by the moral courage of
the Miffcrer, and many a life has been saved
by taking SPRING BLOSSOM in case of
bilious fever, indigestion or liver complaint."
Prir-e 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Citoui', Wuooi'isrt ('oi'oh and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 8
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
TeniiH il iujiBori)lion.
KiiKB of iMaTAiie:
OitUy, ouo yttir Jll 3
Iiailr.niio month I 00
Weekly, one year 2 00
Wotly.'rt moutlia I 00
JyCluhof rlveor more for Weekly J)allutlot
one time, par year, l fl
INVAI'.lAHI.Y IK AIVANC.
All ConimuultatioiiB elmiild he addmd to
K. A. Ht KN K IT,
ruhilniiur ami rroprlotor.
CAIllO. 111., Dec. Mil-., 18-jl.
Present His Honor Mayor Thistle wood
and Aldermen Pettit, Swuboda and Wood
Absent Blake, Halliday, Ilinkle,
Uuuhes, Kuubrough, Ptttier and Saup 7.
A quorum not being present, on motion
of Alderman Pettit meeting adjourned un
til Wednesday evening December 14th at
7 :C0 o'clock. I). J. Foley, City Cleik.
A Wonderlul Bu.Hiti(.'!.s Growth.
Tho history of the widely kno't'n house
of Joseph Burnett ik Co., of Boston, shows a
rge and flourishing industry, w hich has
grown from small beginnings. The esteu-
Sivo business of this house, which has ex
tended to nearly every civilized country in
the world, had its origin in what might be
called an incident, or an accident, eomo
thirty years ago. At that.time Mr. Joseph
Burnett, the founder of the house, was do
ing a large apothecary business on Tremont
street, opposite the Boston Museum.
A lady who had lived in Franco and be
come accustomed to French methods of
cookery, came into Mr. Burnett's store one
day and asked him if he could not make a
decent Flavoring Extract for her, as she
touud those in common use abominable
Sue wanted an ' extract of vanilla. This
was made, which pleased the lady very
much, and from this simple beginning has
grown a large business, one single branch
of which now consumes one-fourth of tho
entire Mexican product, which is the only
recognized best ouahty of Vanilla in tho
It may be here remarked that nn extract
of the Tonka, or "Snutl Bean," is largely
made and sold for Vanilla Extract, though
tho flavor bf the Tonka is no more to bo
compared with the Vanilla than a burdock
is to a rose, some uuy peisous are now
directly employed by this concern in tho
varied work of bottling, labeling, packing
and boxing their various Flavoring Extracts
and Toilet Preparations, all of which aro of
an altogether superior nature.
Burnett s Cocoiune is a remarkably fine
preparation in liquid form of deodorized
Cocoaine Oil, tor promoting tho growth of
the hair and beuutitying it, and it is gener
ally acknowledged to produce a finer effect
than any other hair dressing.
Burnett s kallistou as a wash for tho
complexion, to uflay irritation of tho Bkin
aud scalp, and lor tho bites of insects,
stands unrivaled among the preparations of
ttieauy. Lately, ami by accident, it was
discovered to bo an almost sovereign reme
dy for itching piles.
Burnett's Cologne is really Cologne. Tho
oil ol lavender commonly used to mako
colgno water with, costB about $1.75 a
pound, while the Mitchani Oil of Lavender,
used by tho Burnetts, is imported at a cost
of $20 a pound. Everything used in the
Burnett preparations are of tho very best
Tho spirits used are mudo specially for
their use, and aro tho purest product of the
still that cau be produced. It is Mr. Bur
nett's prido to feel that ho is giving no in
forior articlo to the confiding public who
patronize him. Ho has associated with
him in his business two of his sons, whom
ho has brought up in the way of fair deal
ing, and tho spirit of prido in tho nroduc
tion of superior goods, which ho has ruado
tho system of his life, and they will no
doubt continue the business in that way
when ho shall havo retired from its activo
pursuit, which will not bo In a few years
for Mr. Burnett is a hale, young looking
tuun at tho present time,
Ob, but tho nlRtit was wild and dark, and tho
Wind liletv llerou ami lilulit
Oh, but tho liRiitlnliitr Hnxliu'l and shot across
lliu inky Hkyl
While the uuiilliia' thunder rrncked and rolled,
till down tho tilnek ikiU'lw ciiinn,
And earth seemed imthliiK at all to sight but
wuiur, winu una uuiiiu.
For sho oes, slow erneplnif through tho storm,
the DlloH'iiirlno'a II 1 lit..
And It inuat ctohh tho trcstle-brldgo above the
It stops It ruiis-tlien down It drops, with one
lung feorsouiu shriek.
"Kate, stayl" tho walling mother cries;
me young soul rosu iuku
"Nay, mother, 1 miiKttry
to help, though I
annum tan or mu,"
Bho finds tho wrock, butcan not save, yet from
the deep bolow
A man shouts up two frightened words. She
answers uuui "I know.
The train! tho train I tho swift express I the
crowded weHtern train !
How shull she quickest reaeh the wires? By
Jinono the hope is vain.
Dut to Molngona's but a mile, and yet so wild
and dn nr.
To bravo It throuirh tho stormy night tho
stoutest heart might fear.
Torn by the undergrowth, and drcnehod, tho
winn ami ruin ilel en.
Bhe reai hed the raging Des Moines, and tho
bridge that Hpitnn its tide;
A bridim not built for human tread, but "Onl"
her spirit cries
A bridge of full four hundred feet, nothing
out runs and ties.
No plank the daring steps to bold, and If a
ateti should iiiIhh.
Down Hfty feet below her rolls tho wutery
Bo on hor handn and kneel she creeps, fighting
the wind and ruin,
Staining tbo timbers with her blood, j et heed
ing uui uie pain.
Then on and on sho bravely sped I Thick dark
ness round her lay.
Save when the vivid lightning mado a Btlll
more dreadful day;
Tet rnglngstreutnandroaringwlnd,and fierce
ly beating ruin
Doluyed her not; one thought bad sho to save
uie coining train.
At length tbo bridge is fairly crossed. Bleed-
lnur and out of breath,
Sho yet Wh half a inlle to run a fearful race
wltb Ileal h:
O'er fallen trees, o'er rooks, through creeks,
unt il O blessed sight 1
Sho sees the wayside stntion-bouso and Its one
Tben'all fort-spent, with falling strengUi, sho
pushes wldo the door;
With gleaming eyes and parted lips, she stands
upon tho MiM.r
"The trestle's down 1 Tbo engine's wrecked!
Oh stop the coming tralnl"
Tho mun Bprings to tbo saving wires sho has
not come In vain.
Then tenderly they comfort her. They ask,
"How did you coiner"
And, bearing, lift their hearts and huts, and
ore a moment dumb.
No soul among them would havo dared tho
passBgodnrk Hnd wild;
Abl but Uod's angels bud a charge to keep this
O brave Kate Shelley! though hard toll thy
daily portion be,
Mothers with happy pride now name their
Uuughters af lor thee;
And every child Unit bears thy tale shams In
thy noble strain,
And dures that perilous pass with thee to save
the coming train.
L1TTI.S CHARI.I8 WHITE.
Well, yes, ma'am, this Is tbo lake, and tho
story is pleawint and true.
Though Charlie White did nothing at all but
what he'd been Uught to do.
Tet I count It honor enough, when a boy sees
trouble ami miisa,
Just to know what to du, and do it, without any
talk or fuss.
Tou know what the August weather is, and
children, for any suku.
Will not keep out of the water; there w,re two
that day In the lake.
The ono was near hIkhu eight, and tho other
w us fvelve years old
Both Just of thut line, ns you'U allow, when
children are overbold.
One moment I hoard their merry laugh ring
through the summer Hlr,
And the dim t their father's Kliout of "Helpl"
the mother's shriek of despair.
But beirwoM and liime. a, you see, I stood,
dazed like, on the bunk.
Till Charlie White hud put off a boat. Olid WuS
rowing to w here they euuk.
'Twas done in a moment, quick as thought;
nii,i imn ii a i uiKo ii, nui um,
Makes all the odds between truo courage and
Unit wtairh is half a shiitu;
For while we were lost in fear and fright, littlo
Charlie had got the boat.
And when tho children rose to the top, was
thuru to keep them atloat.
For Charlie is but a little fellow, and hadn't
the strength, you see,
To lift the children into the boat, but he spoke
And bold them up until help came; and so,
with happy heart,
Eo left them safe and went his way, Just glad
to have done his part.
And best of all, as I said boforo, though Charlie
Is no way rash,
The deed was dona as such brave docds are,
, rapid and prompt as a Hash:
And tills, I think Is the children's way; they
nevermind praise or pain;
I guess you've read of that bravo Kate Shelley
that saved tho Western truiu.
Well, Kate and Charley are of ono kind, and
surely now I can seo
Why Jesus said to the wise and tho great,
"Like littlo children be."
For though we may honor the men of war, who
have their thiiupiinils slain,
In a better world (tad's angels, perhaps, may
count tt a grander gain
To succor a drowning boy and girl, or save a
Mary A. Burr, In Harper's "Young Folks.'
A Lady's Wish.
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was as clear
and soft as yours," said a lady to her friend.
"You can easily make it so," answered tho
friend. "How?' inquired tho first lady.
"By using HOP BITTERS that makes puro
rich blood and blooming health." Read of
it. Cairo Budetin.
My Good Woman,
why aro you so out of sorts, never able to
tell folks that you aro well? Ten to ono it's
all caused in the first place by habitual con-
satipation, which no doubt finally caused
deranged kidneys and liver. The suro cure
for constipation is the celebrated K.1DNM
WORT. It is also a specillc remedy for all
kidney and liver diseases. Thousands are
cured by it every month. Try it at once.
Great r.lisnen to mako mon
ey. Those who alwavs taku
advantage of the L'oodchaii
,ces to make moioy that are
-.iH'.tv.iil u..h...ull.. I. .
vu.'., pii.i.i. hi ij i'1-viiiiiu
wealthy, while those who do
not imptove such chances tnmnln In povertr. We
want ninny men, women, hoys and cms to work for
nsrtghtln thulr own localities. Any one can do
mo worn properly 'roin tns nrst start, 'i ne nasi
ness will pav more Ihan ten times ordlnnry wages.
Expensive onttU furnished freo. No one whoenua
ges falls to makt inouev rapidly. You ran devote
your whole time to the work, nr only your spare
moment.. Full Information and all thai Is heeded
sunt free. Address Silusou & Co., Pot Hand, Maluo.
Mrs. .1.0. Robertson, TMttsliiirg, Pa., wltes: I
was HUfTiTinir from genural debility, want of ap
petite, constipation, etc. , sotltat life 'a- aburden;
after usliif; Hurdock Wood Hitters I felt better than
for years, 1 can not prub o y..nr bitters too miich."
K. titlihs. of IlulTiilo, N. V.. writes: "Your Hur
dock Hlooil Hitters, in rhronlc diseases of the blood
liver fnd klilnu. s, have been signally marked with
success I hsv uied them myaolf with the best
results for torpidity of the liver, and In tho csn ol
a friend of mine. sutTering from dropsy, the effect
Hnioe Turner, Rochester. N. Y., writes: "I
have been tuhjcci to serious disorder of the kid
mys and unable to attend to business; llurdnck
Wood Hitters relieved mu before half a bottle was
used. I fuel confident that they will entirely cure
K. Asenlth Hall, Illntrjiamton, N. Y. writes: "I
suffered with a dull pain through my left lung and
shoulder Lost my spirits, apputlto and color, and
ronld with dllllcnlty keep up all day. Took your
burdock blood Hitters as directed and have felt no
pain s:ncc tlmt week alter using them."
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmlra.N. Y., writes. "Ahout
four years ao I had nn sttsckof hllous fever, and
never fullv recover d. Mv digestive organs were
weakened, and I would bo completely prostrated
fordavs. After nslngtwo bottles of your Hurdock
Wood Hitters the Improvement was s visible that
I was atotillied. I can now, though sixty-one
vears of age, do a fair and reasonable dav's work."
C. Blacket Robinson, proprietor of the Canada
Presbyterian, Toronto, Ont., writes: "For vears I
sullend greatlv from oft recurring headaches. I
used vour Hurdock blood Hitters with happiest re
sults, and I now find myself iu better health than
for vears past.
Mrs. Wallace. HiifTnlo, N, Y., writes: "I have
used Hurdock Wood Hitters for nervous and Minus
hi adaches, and can recommend them for auyoue
requiring a cure for biliousness."
Mrs. Ira Mnlhollar.d. Albany, N. Y., writes: For
several vears I have suffered from oft recurring bil
ious headaches, dyspepsia aud complaints pe
culiar to mv sex. (since using vour Burdock
Hlood Bitters I tun entirely relieved.
I'lticB, tl I'KH iihtti.k; sample bizs 10 ITS.
FOSTER, MILLTRN ft CO,, Prop'rs,
Fortale by PAUL O SCIIL'II 1
1)1? . C Li A3 IK
Iibaiih ji.u.a.. S
fi TT -T- lCi bv.pep.ii. Liver His-
I'll EJ sJ ,,,0"i. Fever ami
I i I la I i n l.'lieiuiuii-ni, Ju-opfv,
J J XI' IJtU II' art license, liilii'iis-
lies", .Nerous 1'i'biiiiy
THE V.DiT R-iliEUY KNOWN TO MAN I
Twelve Tlioiisand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrnp possesses varied properties:
uUles the ptvallne in the saliva, which
ilenciency in plyaiice causes wind aud souring
the food in ti e atomm-h. If the medic! n j caaen
Imnu dliitely after eating, tbo ferment aiiou ol loi d
It arts upon the Liver,
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It Kefc'tihites the Bowels,
It Purities the Hlood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens anil Invigorates,
It Carries oil' the Old Wood and makes New,
It Opens the Tores of the Skin and Induces
it neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison In
the Mood, which generates Scrofula, Krysipelas,
and all manner of hklu Diseases and luiernal hu
mors. There are no spirits employed lu Its manufacture
and it cau be taken by the most delicate babe, or by
the aged aud feeble, caro only being requlrud lu at-
lentil u to directions.
Oalva, Houry County, Ills.
I wassulToTlne from Sick Headacho and Dir.nl-
ncss so that I could not attend to tuy household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnson's Indi-
au Blood Syrup vfl'ecluallv cured mn.
.11 KS. UKLi&Ii tti.ivi:.s.
Waterman Station, DcKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup has cured mo of Pain In the Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine. .. MRS Wool).
Centre 11111, Wulto Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I was afflicted with Palpi,
tntlou of the Heart lor muny years I tried differ
ent doctors, whoso prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to strengthnu. I ai last
res Weil to try Dr. Clark Johnson s Indian Blood
Hyiup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, Imt also a Sick Head
act) which had been troubling me.
MRS MARY A. Nil A L.
I was ainirted w ith Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and fulled to set relief, alt hongh llslnii niudl-
clues from our beat doctors. I commenced using
Dr. .lonnson Indian Hlood nvrup, aim a snort trial
cured me. T, W. tilSlMi, itiolluu, 111.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup tins effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much iiiliuot bn snlil In praise of It.
W. K.W1MM l-.lt, Bedford, Mo.
AiPhts wanted for lliu sale of the Indian Blond
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have no
agent. Particulars given on appllcntlou.
BRtruUISTS SELL IT.
L.tratory XI West 3d et., N. Y. City.
Jr.Sunson'a AatbauiRcraedy (P 1 1 1$ p
la uneininled as a positive HKII
Alterative and Cure lot SJUIllsiV
Asthma and Syttotsia. I ' '
afford teinporurv rellel, lint is a permanent cure.
Mrs. H. K. lrf'ii, or Helinore10.,siiys of III "I an
nirjietii'd nt fis tiirr rtUrii uf ymr tenuity. It U
We flrtl meillriiui in i.r viol fAnl Am (iKHincrf my
coubn anil mutt triieeturiitum rni. I now ill rp all
niyhl without eiiiiuhiiia." I fvour druggist iIikw not
keep It, send fur UunlNn uinl leallmnuliils to
twa Urvudwuyi Mew York.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vliillm of voutbllil ltiipriidi'iine Mining Prem.
turn Decay, Nervmn Debility, Lost Manhood, etn.,
having tiled In vain every known rstmdy, hu" di
covsred a simple lelfoiiM, which be will send FUKB
to bl fcllow-siiflcrers, address J, II, 1U.LVIS
4 tliatlinui U. ft. Y.
Its Relief and Cnre an rertalti as dav follows dnv hv Br. .T. A. Shermnn'H Muthnd.
With safety from the dangers i f BtMnvuliitlon and without tho Injury trusses inflict. Those wishing the
proof should send lOc. f. r this hook, containing likenesses of cases before and after cure, al.-o endorse
menu of DMfesslonal gniitlenieii, nilnis ers, merchants. frner and others who have henn r.nruA. Tniaa.
es and Rupture sooner or biter iiffect the nervna and
tencv, f'esiroi energy ntel sociul fiesiri s, maklnif the young old and the old usuleas. Udlce v'51 Broadway
N. Y., and 4:i Mba st , Huston. Hays for consultation, each wuuk New Kork, Mondays, Tuesdays and
Saturdays; boston, Wednesdays, Tbursdrjs and Fridays,
y Airs' iryiK o.
For sale by C. W. Ilemlersoii, Cairo, Illinois.
THE MILD POWER
Humphreys' Homeopathic Specitics
rrovea irnm ample experience an entire
ueecaa. siliiiile, I'riinilit. Kllleleiil, and
Itvllahle. they aru the only niedli iiies
j uiluj.u-.l lo niiiilar use.
l.iai rmi icai. ftna. ci iik I'Riea.
1. Kevera, t'nnKeatlon, Inflammations,
it orina, W drill ! ever Worm lnlle, .3
3. Crying t'ollc, or TeethltiK of Infuiils, 'A'.
t. liinrriica or i niirinn or Ailulia, . -.jr.
b. Ilyarniery. Oriilnir. Hlll.ium.ollc,- ;x
6. Clmleru Martina, YoiiiltliiK,
7. Coiiitlia, Cold, lirolirhlliM, &
S. ,eurnlaln. loothai lie, Inceaohe, . .2f.
9 llenilaeliea, Sick lleuiliieliei. Vertigo, i'i
in. I'vaiirpain. eiiiona Moinuen,
II. hiinnreaaed or I'si nfli I I'erlods,
Vi. lilies. tiKi profime I'itIoiIh,
I M Cronii, I'ouxh. bllllcult l.n ai Mntr, -
14. Hnlt 1 1 lii ii ii, , I'.rvnlpHlns, Kruiiloiia,
15 Khf nniiitisitt. Ilneimiaile Inlna.
lft. I iwr ami Vuue. I hill, lever, Aguex, ' 1
IT. I'ilea, Hllii.l or IiIcc.IIiik, ..Ml 1
19. ( 'at nrrli. aenle or rhriii.le: InSnenxn. U l
' Jil. ll.iOilllU liuilll. M.il. Ill I niiplia, .Nil
iVl. -..I I...L, til.. l ... f
.1. ..i-1, i'i a I i.riiiiiiv, I iij i ii ciia lit UH. .,' I
I. i.l...... In ' ... I
... iii.iuri ini.'n.r, ......
'H. ermi. Ilehilltv Siiirmiilnrrhen. Mull
II. I rtnnry V ellklleas.U ellintllie llej.i
.U. Ilisenae ol I He lli'in I. I'nl,ltat.in, in ?.)
Knr ml., lit ilriiKKli'ts.orsfiii hy the ('use. W
orsuiKle l;il. free of rhark'e, nn reci'li.t of f T,
;.rl,'c Si-nil fur Dr. IliuiiiilireyV llniik nn H
I lliaenae. iVe.. 014 nagi-a , ulw llliiali uled 1 1
jCaliilnviie. I HKli. J
I Aihli -as, lliiiniihreya' Jloineopnlhlc
Ulvi. I n., 100 lulluu bl.. ,ew VurU.U
A Nsw Ii r'n.hldnAbls Pcrfums, Fnnrrant, Urrraahlnr, Lutlotr.
Qul.l liy ui alcr. In linir, m tuvrj i.immI.. Illtrfil m I u., n. V.
Gintrer, lluchn Mandrake, btillini;u and many,
.if tlie Lcrt medicines known arccombinedin 1'ar-
i.;i!B stjiNf.iiR lONic.iiitoanicdiLineof uch va-
'r:sil and elcctive powers, as to nkcit tliegreatesi
.i.lood l'ur::cra:iu i-iver Ki-gulalor and the
acRtl.'calthiSKlrength Restorer Kver I' sod.!
It cures Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,.
nee iicisnew, ana
all diseases of tho Stomach.
U. wi'ls, Lunc.t, l.ivernnd Kidneys.
Kcmcmhcrl This Tonic is the Bet Famil
Medicine ever madi.,and I .entirely diifercrit fnin
i.ittcrs, Ciiuucr Preparations, and other T'oni. s, a
t never intoxicates hilt cures drunkenness.
:i-rt"inr v.'itln'i't ri 'inciMri H isrnx ( n.
Parker's lair GalsaDi
Ttla b-"l an4 null
aeonaiiilcsl hair r
Wrar anil dsai ny.
I RI I'orlnnuT A(rcntawTltnontelrIT"r'!tir?frcn.
la ! H 81.11. n lyrew t m.i 1 1: a 'ei i .;. I'm; ..I-
A I l ! 1"K Hellii lor a. wl'nt and ail mac! incs. linle.
nf I r3 tructililo Vr) (''. r-l a perfect DonrSprlng.
V !ntna kreAn ft &l)n rflT
rra BR. KLI.N'fi SGRF.Ai
XjUr NFr,VF Rp.uTonrn
forail Bbaim A NrnK Ijiskases. Oiifiimn
xure fr tU. UttUruu and Sen Afrelvnt.
lNi.uni.l If tnfcmi as illrected, AV) Fdsaj'itr
itrttdav' lM. lr cull no and t'l trial tioUlolri.'vti
Vit patients, thsv payliiKexpn'Ssaite, Senil nniinv
P.O. au l express aihlreas to Da. KI.INK. tl.l
ArcUil.i'Ul.aUt:ylU,l'U. 6utirnici)taldi uwuu.
Sr, S. Silsbos's External PilsRcmody
(lives Instant .'cllcf and Is an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Bold hy trniri.'lla everywhere. Price, it.OOpir hot
pmnii'hvinull. Kumj V scut frtt to physician
tad til sufferer, hy IVNcnstneitier A Co, lloji 8111!.
uw 1'orkC'lty. bulemauuluoturerauf "nulaul"
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guaranteed lu every particular or money refunded
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Is a standing advertisement. Orpor at once, noth
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very la'est labor saving wood working machinery.
Vast, capital enables mu to manufacture belter
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uu Daniel V. Realty, Washington, N. J.
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fpim 1 pack wizard trick cards, 1 pack fun cards,
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50.000 SHARES, 810 EACH
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Offices : I Third and Chestnut sis., Philadelphia.
1 114 Broadway. N, Y . Kooms 111, 118.
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tha Author. A uuw and grunt .lud
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Ichluery. . ,
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