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! prppnmilon of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
I irk tm nlu pimaphatea, nnncluicd with tlie
V(K tuble Aromatic Endorsed ly the Medical
trorenlun, and recommended by them for JTa
pepsin, CJmrrnl lrhllltv, iiikIo ll.
aare, U niilitr Vitality, Srvou I'roa.
trutlon, 4iiniilrirriirit from f'cvor
sna t'liraiileS.'liilla nnd Fever. H serve
every purpouo where a Xosiu lit necessary.
Ban ufactared by The Dr. Harlcr MeJiclae Co, 8l lomi,
The following Is one of the very many Ultimo
Dials we are receiving dally i
6nt7i-m: Home three niotitlig ago I beatin the
ie of int. II autku's Ihon Tonio, uium Uie ad
Vive of many friend who knew It vlrlutn. 1 wa.
suffering from general debility to inch an extent
that toy labor waacxeeedlngly burdensome to me.
A vacation of a uiuntli (II. I not give m much re
lief, but oa lliu contrary, was followed by In
creased prostration and sinking ohlllii. At this
"V1, I begun the use of your Iiton Tome, from
which i realised almoHt Immediate and wonderful
results. Theold energy relumed ami 1 found that
in y natural force wa licit permanently abated. 1
have used three bottle of the Tomo, tluce using
It 1 have done t wlce the labor that I ever did In the
aame time during my lllnewi, and with double the
at. Willi the traiwjiill nerve and vlgorofbody,
lias corneal) a cleimcjis of thought nmr before
enjoyed. If the Tunic ha not done the work, I
luww nut what. 1 glv. It the credit.
J. it. WATSON,
Troy, 0., Jan. t, 1878. 1'a.tor Curls Uan Church.
Saleby Druggist and General Dealer Every whert
lheil'uriotaud Bint Mi clirlue tter Made.
Aelmlilnatlnn of HnDa. Bunhu. Man
d raklo id Dandel ion, uu n tue bint and
iuuurt.niii')-niil of all oilier bitters,
masthgU).t Blood Purifier, Liver
Regulitor, and Ut and Health hasturuig
ah'iuii 0atmmammm -rtn.
Noillacpo"l,''T,',nK "" wnerenop
Hi Unm are uVd.a vamd iwfacl are lhi.tr
To all wnose lnl,)w""c"" irn-iruwn
tToltiib'w.-lor"i"l'Jr urMia, or no re
aulre.n AnortuwrV'1'"0 and mild Stimulant,
NoDuirlityouri''lliur or symptom
art ; jt tlio Ulwuwor atlwMut If ne Hon Bit
tern. l:ni't aitimtdyoupo ''' but If yon
ordy furl had or nilx ralik UMtlim at oners
It may nam yourhfr.lt narB' ea Bunilrwla.
i500lllbrildforacmlo they will not
cursor help. If not sutler l""-t your frl.nila
tuffir.btitueaiidurw th.iu" Hop B
ltrmriitlir. Hup Bitb-ra la noVUa' d"n?d
rVunken U'-itrum. but the l"uritkw 0 ''
Mi-dh inrTi i ni.k .the "Of tUUrkv rlUWIr
and IWVf anil u ) roa or linll
iuiouM b w.lli'nit ll no.
D.I.C.Iaan !ol'itanilimliiiilr curr I
f..llililCclif.0"'"' oimon, vumwn aui.
narcoti'n. All ! I arwiiMn. 8tjd ,
lor Circular. Ur Blitm rfc,
THE ONLY MEDICINE
1 1 EITUKU LIQI 10 OH DttI I0UX
l inn An aiiaeaame time on
MD XZ2 LlBuSTS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
JttcauM tct allow thtM grtat organ! to
btcotnt clvygtti or toriid, and puituntnu
Oiat $houli it txptlitd naturally.
i WILL SURELY CURE
LIYEU COMPLAINTS, n
a aiKkfaiwBnaMteHU winerearaaa V
ribr.n, niniu Aiivi t in i k
AM) M UV0C UIHOUDKU
ycaubijfm tudon of the organs and
tfkjr tiffor ltllioufi ptint and arhl
t a. J III. tll... ..I..IU.f
H hjr frlirhtfurJ over JUordrJ liUnyn! M
Why eailare neneoa or lick hradacbeil
Vu Kl I IKY-WOKIW ryouv Jn AuifA
It U put up In Dry Vrgrlable Farm. In tin
rana on iwkiue of hi'h ouukmi ats i)iiart of
mt-ili'tri AIm In Uaald Ymrwu rery oaera
tralad.f r tliow tliatcaimotrdi)y jT.'pitrc It.
I -xt i:t with rqual efflclrnry in rifkrr form.
ore it or wri hrivu.t. i kicr, 1.00
ni.l.U, BlCHAEDSiM Aa.,rrop'a,
lWUH-udtbedryr"'tfll.) Bfaxnomx, TT. k
Gn al chance to make mon
ey. Thone who alwaya take
advuiiUiio of the ttood chan
cr to make mo'iry that are
uflV'red, Kenurally bi'romo
wi'aiii y.wiiiioiiioai' wuouo
not improve aurh rlmncra ronuln In imvi'Hr. Wo
waul many nifn, women, bove and t!lrln to work for
n rluht In tudr own localities. Any one can do
the work properly from the tlrnt Hurt. The IiuhI
inn will iv nor! thui ten limes onlinury wiiiea.
a.k."nli,' nutlil fuiuirhed free, .so ouu whoenna-lo-
Till to nmkf ni mev rapidly. You cau dt:voio
your whole tinie tolliework, or only your epare
moment. Full Information and all that Id needed
sent free. Addrcxa rHIlieou Jt t o., Toillaud, Maine.
Transposition -Literary Ourioeltj,
Evi-ry ttiuloiit of iiouus, protiouns
inl verbs knows tlo ut'cessity ut tians
poHn hnuk1 (or tlw sako of ai.ni
tftiniii;' its jnuumi.lical construction.
Tim r!!itviiij, from tlm r.vuiuidicul
lujuliii of olio of Gray's well-known
pocticiil liuod, yet tho sonso is not til
fcciod: ITip wonry plowman plods his homcwnnl wny,
Thi pliiwnum, wi'iiry, plmls hln botnnwnrri wuy,
Hi liiiiiicwiinl wny tho wenry ilowtniin plmln,
I i k lioiimwiird wuy tlio plwtjtim, wpui-y, pluiH,
Tliu w-Hty pliiwiimu lmiiicwcnl plods Ilia wny,
The plowin in, wi'nry.honinivnrd plixtn hlHWny,
His wny 11; ii weary pluwiiuin tioiiii'wuiil plixM,
Ills wiiv ih? plowniiin. wfury.hiiiiioward ploda,
The i)li'iwiniui, boinuwurd. plodn Ills woury wny,
KIh wny Hie plownmn.houiowtinl, wpery plod,
Ills homeward, wemy wny the nluwiiimi plixlin,
Weury, tho pluwmuu bomowitrd plotU blf wny,
Weii i y, the plowman plods his homownrd wuy,
lloniownrd, his wny tlie woary plowman plods,
ito'iiomird, his wny tlie plowman woury plodn,
jlomoward. bis wuary way Uio plowmun plods,
The plowman, homeward, woary plods his way,
Mis woiiry way, the plowman homeward plods,
II l wioit v wnv, the homeward plowmnn ploda,
Monii'Wiiid Uie plowman plods his weary wuy,
liiini'uril the woary plowniiin plods his way,
Tho plowmnn, weary, his lioinowarU way plods,
The plowmnn plods bis homeward, woury wuy,
The plowman plods bis weary, homeward wuy,
AVVnry the plowman bis way bomeward plods,
V'eury bis bomowiird wny tho plowmau jilods.
i Eidlculoui Sayings.
Gon, Taylor was nmdo liiliculous for
a Hutu by tlm sontonco wUoli ocourrod
nour tho bojrinnlnif of Lis mosiajro to
tlio Tlility-lirst ConflrrcBS, Ducuiuhor,'
149, as follows "Wo ure at pondo
Vrith nil tlio world, anil nook to uiuin
tain our chorinliod relations of nmily
with tlio rent of mankind." But Mr.
liuclinnan almo.st matched it In a speech,
which bo matin at the South,' In whioh,
lip said; "I tjp bellovo, gontlemon, that
i unkind, ns well as tho pooplo of tho
fnltoil Stains, aro lnterosied in the pron.
; crvatton of this Union;" and John C.
Calhoun, in Ocminontin upou tho
cliiusoln tho Doolarailon of Indopcml.
enco to tho elloct that all mon are urc
ntod iqniil, romarkod that "only two
wore croatod, and one of these win (j
A Ladv'ti ViMu
'Oh, Itow 1 Uo wihh Diy skin was as clear
ana sou as yours," aula a lady to her rnoud.
"You Cnn easily iniike it ho," auswurud the
friend. "Howl" inuuircd the Urtit ladv
"Hy usinir HOP BITTERS that makes pure
rich blood and blooming lmultli." Ituad of
it. (Jairo Uuilotjri.
My Good Woman.
why are you bo out of sortg, never able to
toll folks that you are well? Tcu to one it's
all caused in the nrtit place by habitual con
satiimtion, which no doubt finally caused
deranged kidneys and liver. The sure cure
for constipation is the celebrated KIDNEY
WOHT. It is also a specific remedy for all
kidney and liver discuses. Thousands are
cured by it every month. Try it at once.
A Present Trora Gaa. Shermam
Gov. Murray tells a lauiiable slory
of hid experiences In tho Goorgia
march to the sea, which is worth re
peating. "Speaking fif the famous march
through Georgia," said tho governor,
"I never slinll foiyct the amount of
money it co.-.t to keep an old woman
from crying herself to death. Of
course wo were obliged to subsist off
tho country as we went along, und we
naturally took about tho best in sight
One day wo took possession of a chick
en ranch kept by an old lady, fto
stood at the front gate with a broom
and threatened to lick nil of Sherman's
forces if th;y did not niovo on. Now,
chickens were considered as oflicois'
meat, and. as we wore internally hun-
Sjry, wo went for these old lions pretty
ively. When she saw that her favor
ito fowls were being caught and killed
sho keeled right over mid began to cry.
Presently she began to seivaiu, and fin
ally you could hear that woman's yells
olear to Atlanta. I sent the surgeons
in to quiet bur, but tl.ey f;.iled, and
then all the ollieers took. turns, but tlie
more attention paid to her ilio more sJio
howlod. I then got pretty nervous
over tho infernal uoi.-ie, because tho
whole army would bear it, and they
ruiirht suppose somebody was torturing
tho woman. Finally Sherman rode up
and asked wh'it win it all about, and
when we told him h.i said: 'Give her a
bushel of confederate bouds fur lur
and see if that won't stop her.' Acting
on this hint, I proceeded to business.
We had captured a confederate train
tho day before with 4,000,000 of con
federate money, and I hunted up tho
train at once. The money was worth
about two cents on the dollar. Well,
I stuffed about half a million dollars in
a ciirpot-sack and mart-ho t into tho
" 'Madam,' aid I, opeuing tho sack,
TU give you $60,000 to quit this noise.'
It was as still as death in a minute, an I
then her faco expanded in a broad
smile. I Lid tho packages of money
on tlio table and I never saw such a de
lighted womau. The effect pleased
me, and I continued: Gen Sherman
F resents his compliments and $100,000.'
never in my life saw such a pleased
old woman, and I wound up by dump
ing the contenU of thu sack right down
on the floor, and telling her that w hen
it curie to contributions to distressed
females I could not be outdone by any
"She invitod tho ofliccra to supper
and she cooked every chicken on tlie
much, and set out cider as'frco as
water. Wo were having a pretty good
tinio wheii a long, lank old coon camo
in, and she said it was her husband.
Pretty soon his eye fell on the money.
'Sarah,' said he, 'where in blaze's, did
you get all this darned truck?"
'"A present from Gen. Sherman,'
'"'Taint worth a con'ii.ertf I coi.l;
they're kindlin' tires wiin ; ('.own at
"The old woman rose in. h v 'V e as
whito as your shirt front, u;;J L r cyo
wasn't pleasant to meet. '
"'So you are thu bilk th:'; ;a' e Hi'.1
this, are you?" she called out, i u
for tho old broom.
"The entire mess roso ai.ditnrLd
from that house. Wo never In. a i any
inoro t f her, and there isn't n nnn of
tho crowd who would meet tin.!, i Id
woman for all that confederate m.-nty,
if it would bring one hundred cent : o i
tho dollar at tho trea-ury depniun i.',
Washingtou."- Salt Jj(tke Tribune.
i a !
Anecdotes of David Davis,
Mr. l).ivid Davis, being now in the
line ora brief Presid nlial career, the
anecdotes bogin to flow in. A New
York Tribune writer remembers that
While on the bench in Illinois, Davis
was so muuh interested In the election
of Lincoln that it of en filled his mind
to tho exclusion of other business. Dur
lug tho course of an arumont a lawyer
happened ti say: "And now, your
Honor, tho matter rests In thisStnto."
The last word roused the Judge from
his revery. Still thinking of the vote
ho hoped Douglas would get, or rather
wouldn't got, in the Slate, Davis cried:
"State! Slate! he won't carry a coun
ty." At another time he told a lawyer
who was very anxious to go on with a
case in tho absenco of the counsel on
tho other side, "We'll go en if you say
bo. But I ought to toll you that in such
coses I always think it my duty to look
out tor the side that M not represented
by oounsol, Wo had caso of that sort
In Terro Il.auto tho other day, whero a
man insisted on going on when the oth
er side wasu't there, and singular as it
may scorn, we beat that fellow 1"
What is tlio relation of a university to
an ordinary college? It is a step far
Said an auctioneer, "Conio, now la
dies and srentlumen, these goods are for
fialo. Will somebody glvo mo a bid?
All I want is an ofTor." "Alas,' inur
jnurod an olderly woman In the crowd,'
"that's what I have boon Bighing lot
tdi my life." '
aa i if ,
UNLIKE A Mi OTUKH UA1U UltKsmNOS,
is tlio beat for promoting the growth of and
beautifying tho hair, and rendering it dark
nnd glossy. The Coconino holds, in a liquid
form, a largo proportion of deodorized Co-
coanut Oil, prepared expressly for this pur-.
pose. JNo other compound, possesses tho
peculiar properties which' so exactly suit;
tho various conditions of the human hair.''
Tho superiority of, Burnett s Flavoring
Extracts consists in their perfect ptitity and
groat strcngtu. .. :
THE DAILY CAIRO BILLETIN;
The now laboratory at Cornell Uni
versity, Ithaca, N. Ym is to bo erected
in tho spring, at a cost of $50,000 to
' f60,000. Plans are to bo drawn this
1 winter for new university buildings,
which are to cost $150,000. Thoy wiU
lie erected next year.
"My brethren," said a Western cler
gyman, "tho preaching of the Gospel
to somo pooplo is li o pouring water
over a sponge -It soaks in and stays.
To others it is like tho wind blowing
through a chicken-coop. My experi
ence o this congregation U that it
oontalns more chicken-coops than
At Yorktown. ,
The Yorktown celebration recalls the
memory of old "Undo Nelso," a col
ored veteran who used to act as guide
over tbo field at Yorktown "bef ' do
wan." He had heard tho siory of tho
surrender so often, and talked over it
ho much, that early i:i life he became
persuaded that ho was really thero and
saw the whole affair, and a dialogue
with a party of visitors would run in
"So, you're real certain, undo, that
you were hore and saw it all?"
"O, sartin fo' shush, mossa."
"Is it possible! Well, now, tell us all
about iu'' ,
"Well, you see, Massa Lawd Cawn
wallia be stood; right dah, and M.tssa
Giueral Washington he stood right
heah. Jes' so soon cz Massa Lawd
Cawnwallis seen Massa Gineral Wash
ington, he pulled off his hat, and he
sez, sez he:
" 'Good-mawnin, Massa Gineral
"WhoisyouP" sod Massa Gineral
Washingtou, looking very cross.
" 'Why, I'so Lawd Cawnwallis, sab,'
sez he, a-bowin' and a-scrapiu'.
"Is ye, ye son-of-a-'junr sez. Massa
Gineral Washington; "undpulliiC out
his sword he chopt hiu head clean fT."
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as if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Etuptious on the face,
leaving the skin clear, healthy and btauti
lul. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Kheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, &c.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. The
most carclul doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fra
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?"The first and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
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For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
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sure cure. Price 1. 00, by mail. For sale
ror sale by Geo. E. O liars.
Richardson $ Co., Wholesale Agts.
To all who are sufferine from th? errors
una indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, free
ot ctiarye. luis great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
ena a sell aadressed envelope to the Rev
Joseph T. Iuman, Station D, New York
Suiloh'8 Coyoti and Consumption Cure
in sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul tt. Schuh, Agent. 6
If Catarrh sufferers wish to be convinced
that Catarrh can be cured, we advise them
to write to Dr. C. Ii. Sykes, 169 Madison
street Chicago, and ask for testimonials of
cures. He has any number of them, and
tuey are reliable.
Question your Druggist,
and he will tell you that there ia a greater
u mana tor SOZOUOIST t(ian for any other
r narauon lor tlie teetli. Then ask vour-
Se.it' whether an article for which tho de
mand is general and constant, must not
possess genuine merit. TUe mental response
will be that it does, since the conclusion is
irresistible, that if it do not rea v Dolish
and preserve tho teeth, a discerning public
would long since have discovered tho fact.
It advertises itself.
SuiLon's Vitalizkk is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appctito, Dinziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 73 cents per bottle. Paul G. Sc.huh,
Mr. J. Mahsu, bank of Toronto. Out..
writes: ".Biliousness and dyspepsia seem
to have grown up with me; having been a
suiterer lor years, l have tried many reme
dies, but with no lasting result until I used
your BURDOCK BLOQfl BITTERS.
They have bpen truly a blessing to me, and
I can't speak too highly of them."
Price 11.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
O. Bortle, Manchester, N."Y... was trou
bled with asthma for eloven years. Had
been obliged to sit up sometimes ten or
twelve nights in succession. Found imme
diate relief from THOMAS' ECLECTRIO
OIL, and is now entirely cured. Paul Q,
Schuh, Agent. 1
Croup, Whoofino Cough and Bronchitis
itoedlatelyTolieVed 'by Sliiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Bchuh, Agent.
Mrs. J. O. nohnrtann. Pittahnrir. Pa., wltnai I
wa BUfferlne from irenuriil debility, want of ap-
yvuia, r.oiiKuimuon.eic, aoiuat lite wa aburden;
after salup Burdock Hlood lllltrra I felt better than
for yean. I can not iraUe your bitten too much."
R. OIllllH. of llllffidn. MY u-rlo... HVni.. Tin..
dock Uloodllltlera, in chronic dlaeaaea of tho blood
liver nd k Cue' a, have heen finally marked with
anceeaa I hive nat-d them mye!f with the beat
remil to for torpidity ol thu liver, and lu the caae ot
a friend o' mine auiroriuK from dropay, tho effect
Ilruce Turner, Ttocheater, N. Y.. wrltce: "I
have been uhjicl to eerloua dlaorder of the kid-
neyi and unable to attend i bualneaaj Burdock
Blood HI' tern re'leved me heiore half a bottle waa
uaed . j reel confident that they will entirely cure
E. Aaenlth ITn. Wnuhamton, N. Y. wrltea: "I
nffered with a dull pain through my left lnn(r and
shoulder t.oat my apirlta. apoelitu and color, and
eonld with dldlcultv keuo nu a I dav. Took vonr
Burdock hlood Bittern ax directed and have felt no
puin aince nrat week alter ualiiK them."
Mr. Noah Bates. Elmlra.N, Y., wrltea. "Ahont
rour era ajzo I bad en attack of nlloua fever, and
never fully lecnvered. Mv dlReatlvj orana were
weakened, and I would he completely proatratud
for dav. Afler nain( two bottles of your Burdock
Blood Hilt ra the Improveme nt waa so visible that
I was a'toniidied. I can now, though alxty-one
vei.rs of ai;e, do a fair and reaaooable riav'a work."
C. lilacket liohlnpon, friprletor of the Canada
Preebvtorian, Toronto, Oni., wrltea: "Tor veara I
aufXend great Iv from oft recurrlnu headaehea. I
uaed votir Burdock Hlood Bitter with bappleat re
euhs. and I now find aiyaelf to better health than
for veata pant.
Mra. Wallace, Bnffalo, 7J, Y., wrttoa: "I have
naed Burdock Blond Bittern for nervona and blloui
headaches, and can reron.mend them for anyone
requlntiK a cure for blltoDancaa."
Mra. Irallnlhollacd. Albany, N.Y., wrltea: For
several veai? I have suffered from oft rcrurrlb( bll
lotia headachea, dvepei ala and complulnta pe
culiar to mv sex. blnce uplna vonr Burdock
blood Bltte-i I am entirely relieved.
Fkick, tl pen Horn.il samtli size 10 cts.
FOSTER, MILBURN & CO,, Prop'rs,
.tBUFFALO, X. Y.
Fonalo by PAUL Q. SCHL'II tj
Indian Blood Syrup.
ftvspepjilR, IJver Dis
eases. Fever nnd Almm
Heart Diseiihe. Kilii inn-
ness. Nervous Debilitv
THE BEST BEMEOY KX0W.V TO MAN !
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 18701
This Svrup poxaeeaes varied propertlca ; It atim
nlatea the plyallne In the aaltva, which converts
the etarcb and auiar of the food Into irlucoae. A
deficiency in ptyaltne cauaea wind andaouriug ol
tho food In the etoniach. If the medicine Jl tan
tmmeillutely after eutiug, the ferment ut ion ol Und
It acts upon the Liver,
It nets upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Purities the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous Sj item,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries oil' the Old Blood and makes New,
It Opens the Pores of the Skin and Induces
It neutralise the hereditary taint, or poison In
the blood, which peneraiea Scrofula. Erysipelas,
and all manner of rikin Dlscarei and lnierual hu
mora, There are no spirit employed In It manufacture
nnd It can he taken by the moat delicate babe, or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required In at
tenti, n to direct. ona.
Qalva, Hetirj County, III.
I w aa anfferlng from Pick Headache and D ili
nes ao tbsl I could nut attend to my household du
tie, and a abort trial of lr. C'Ihtk Johnnon's Indi
an Blood Syrup etl'uciuallv cured me.
MKS HULKS ELKIN8.
Watcrmun Station, DeKalb Co., Illi.
Thl la to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Hyrtip baa cured me of Pain In the Back. It
Is a valuable medicine. MKS WOOD.
Centre 0111, White Co,., Ar.
Thl la to certify that I was Quieted With Palpi
tation of the Heart for many years I tried differ
ent iloctora. yhoao 'prescription! tended morn to
weaken uie than they did to nrungtben. I ai last
ret Wed to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
Syiup, which proved to be a poaltlve cure-not on
ly enrlnu the fleart Dleaee, but alaoa btck Hcad
ach which bad been troubling me.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and aVytpep
slaaud failed to get rullcf, sIIIioiikh aaluif mudl
clcea from our beat doclota Itfbmmenceu unlnn
vi. uuuuiuu iMiyau iiioou nyrup.auflatnorttrlal
cured me, T. W. liJaiNG. Mollne, III.
Tula certtaoa that Dr. Clark Johnann'a Indian
Blood Byrup ha effectual ly cured me of Dyspopila.
Too much cannot be anld in pralae of It.
W. K. Wi. Mil tit, Bodford,, Mo.
- Avents wanted for the sale of tho Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or vtl'ak. (a which 1 have no
Kent. Particulars given Oil application.' '
i)HUGdl8TS iSKLLIT. '
L'Ahr'atory 71 West 3d at, N. Y, OUj.
VKliy AND WEEKLY.
Terms ot Bupsjor I ptlon,
ObIIt, one year -...,.', flO 9
Daily, one month t iW
Weekly, one year ..... i 00
Weely. 6 month :,'..'.'.'.. 1 00
Mr Club of five or moro fbt Waokly Uullotlu at
onetime, per year, $t SO
UViHUBLT IK IDVaitfll.
All Commuulcatioua ihould bo addreased to
1 ' Pnbllaharand Propriotor.
tOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viotlm of youthfnl tmprndenaa causing Prana.'
tur Decay, Menroua Debility, Lost Manhood, etc.,
having tried In vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple sxlf euro, which ho will end ITU;B
to lus lellow-mifferors, address J, H. REVKM.
Ci ihatiuun St.. n. . y T
DECEMBER 17, 1881.
1 o )
w?la eieJ an 1 ?nre M wrtaln as day follows day by Dr. J. A. Sherman' Method,
ml. hr"'doll1d fo,.lhU book; wnutulng likeneaea of caiea befora and after cur.. alo endora
e. ad 1?''''" Kntlemen, mfnlarer., m.rchanta, farmer, and other, who haV. curVl. Trua
J "d IP'nr ooner or later affect the nervosa and mental system, brlna on orVanlc dlaiawa tmno-
Forsalo by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
TEE MILD POWEB
I Humphrey s' Homoopathio Specifics r)
ltlUI,leali. ure the uu, lutilicuies fl
morpi'hii. hiuii.li. I..... m i.'a:..i....( n...lCil
nuiiit;,. i,wy.iMi.ar unr.
Iukt I'litiiou i. jios. ruiiRK. raicu.
u Ke,rr. t oiiKentlon, lnflnmmatlon,, .25
2. tVorma, Worm fever Worm lollrt, ;,1
a t'rylna Cnlle, orTeethiiiRof liifuun.K'
4. Illarrhen of ( hthlreiU'r Ailulta. ..A
5. Ilvwi'iilerv, (irliiliiK, Mllimn Colic, . .as
6. rholera .Mnr lii. VetiutliiK, .
1. ('ouaha. told, Itronchltta, ..
H. Xi'iiriilitla, ionlheelie. rneeaehe, . .2S
U ll..Mn..l.HU kllr 11. ii. (,..,!. a. V
I io. if vnieiMin. iMiioim nioninrn, .4n
Ll. tiunnrrfifjid up tiful i.rliifli .iif
li Wtitles, too profiiko I'erlocla, . . ,2.1
IS. Ooiin, Count,. Mflleult hnaihlnit, . ,M
14. Halt Ulieiini, Eryaipelas, Kruiitlona, X
IS Itlieuniatl.m, Ilhriiiiintlo I ulna,
15. Fever and Avne, I hill. Kever, Ayuej, hi
ii. I nri, iiiiiiu ur DictiuuiK, - - - - ,:iu
IS. ( alarrli. acute or uliroiile; Irdnenza. W
ii. hentiltif ( ouali, violent ('oimha, .So i
.4. 1.encrol Keblllly, 1 liys'l Weukneaa, .to
J7. hldney lllsnae, .fie
M. .Nervou. Kelilllty, Spermatorrhea, l.tsj
l. I rlnnryrnknr.,UetMiiKthe Hed.fjO
o. iriHi'n.e in ini- iicnn, i nipiiniinn, i.n.
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price. fci,.t for Dr. Hiuiiihrrvn litHtk on
niwaup, &JttfllvhU altvo llluHtrnird
Med. Co., lot Fullou bl.. Aew lurk. 3
ISawaraaaliiaablf hrhn, Pruraat,B.rrwlil.t, Urtl.t.
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Oinrter. Buchu. Mandrake, btitlimria and m.nv
Kf the best medicineiknowaarecombinfrlin P
Acer's GiNGimToNicimoamedicineof ucl va-J
tneu anu cuccuvc powera,as to make It tne grcatett
Blood Purifer and Liver Kceulator and the
UcatlJoalthAStrength Beatorer Krer Uaed.
b m,m l.,Lnn.i tl ,
, -- jrii- Muni4tiain. iicuniigia,.
-IrIci6ncsi. and all disease of tha Sinmarh 1
llnu,.l. T II - II'! N
uwnv.a, 1.UULI, .ivw .uu xvuiocys. ,
Kemcmbcrl This Tonic is the Best Family
Mcdiciue ever madc.andhentirely different from'
ijittcra. Gtnccr l'reo.initinn.. nndntri.p'l,nt,ir a'
- y:r"'ioxitaicsouicusaninaeiine!H, Konrj
.. . T . V'
;riniine witnom simanirc or iitsrny t:o. . N. V
Parker's Hair Balsam;
rhbst ml niMl
conouitcal hair r
fan a I Aronta wHta nnfv I Tnwiri.MiMa
i t. il' - -ti.i ji. ,n ratriii, inipni,
n 1 lella for a'Wlrsj anil all niai-hlnra. Inilea.
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ffer SvckUth boleuuuiuiaotureraofnoiMM.'
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