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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, IND
THE AFFLICTED EVEamttL
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
rIn"in theB?twitS '.:.t.. ifaati.a in
the bck"prt71'aiu utder the iicuider
felaei'fulli: 'aJyTtattaej". with ft dutn
cliiiation to exeYt'i.'a yi booy cr cnudi
lrntabihtVoftiY!;, Cow rirs:s Lo4
of'memorjJVitht tUr-f of hartn- nej.
lt9cUd eouie dut'i7irer.&aa." D'-i-une,
JUattor.r.poYth JlVirt, Do Wfor tha
eveijVellow- fekiaTTieoci avc ht , Nestles.
Diss tEh'tT&StJr colors! tfrine,"
IF THESE WAEHT3GS A.K2 CymrDn),
BIQUS DISEASES WUSOOS EE DEVELOFEO.
TOTT8 PILLS " eaperUtly adapted to
eu h iH.m.uur dot effect u-hrl.aU
o( fefliu an to touih Ihe eurTrrer.
Tht-rlnrrreurll, apiw-Ilt, aiideau Ui
ti!y to Tnkr oil ''ri. thus fho ty-iem u
nuurlM..anil l.yiu .(Toiilr Arlioaon th
IHtmOv.-Onrnnv hifiilsr Mtwli are )T
dueed. Prt'-e ii ni. . t, rrm v M .Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Or at TlAiKor WuiK:Rehiiri(.-"d to a fiMKfcY
Hla k I'jr a uncle aeplunnoii of tints Iiva. It
iuiM.irts a t.amrat eon r, arts lustAMaiwooaly.
Kuii fc I'n.K.-t.i-or w M 1 5 vn.a v-a receipt of ft.
Office, 35 Murray St- New York.
(nr. Trrra tai. r i.i.w iiwim u4 I
IWCul KN-M lil k. i.W IKU .lklii.
fcnralns Burns, Otrnltls, UrniNpa, fore
nesM, UI.eiiniHllsiii,' itoiN, Ilcer, old
.ore, ToutliacliP, lli adnrhp. Mure
' TUrnal, A-rtuiiit, llonntraeM,
tuiHlKla, taiarrJi, .
A.r., e., &c.
3:my n. itltox, n. n.. Brooki.m, n. t.
" Frovitip Uwlf to bo a ncciM!T in our borne."
P. A. WKSTUVl:iI M. Nashville. Tnn.
' Hsvo owl lame quantities of K)N1'S JiXTliACT
In my rrafticro."
Jlrn. 8. II. .Md'OBD, Matron. Homo of Divilituto
ThiMren. " Wo Dud it mmt rflicacious and use
ful." f mitlon.-rOXIVS EXTRACT is nia on'y In
bottles with the name Mown iu tuo kI&mi.
I J- It in untiafu to; uxo other artirlin with onr
dimctiona. Inaiat nn liaving HJKD U tSIiUCT.
Refuse all inntationg and rnbittitutoa,
erEruT, rari'ARATioxs or rows k.
xitACT oomri.m:d wrrn tor itrot
A) MOST Mil.ICATK 1'KItFOiIE.S
Toil I-AtltS' DOUDOIU.
POND'S EXTIUOT fiOn., f I.(M)ana $1.75
ToUot rrram 1.00 I f'ntarrh urc 75
Lip KaU 25
Naal Kyrliiifc 25
Mrdlratrd l'a!r... 5
Ordcra tnountiiij to J worth, aunt tipross froo
on receipt of nioticy or P. O. ordt f.
tirOVU NlW J'AMI'HLET HlKTOST OT OUB
Puti'AiuTioxg, Bum l"Li:Eox ArPucanoN to
POND'3 EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt.. Nw Yotk.
Who want flossy, laxoriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beantifnl Hair most nso
LYOIS'S KATUAIHON. This
decant, cheap article always
makes tho Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling;
out, arrests and cures gray
ncss, removes dandruff and
itching, makes tho Hair
Btrong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of loiug KatliairoEu
2CAN BE CURED.CS
If yon arc Buffertnir with !rua btblllty or
any dltcao or'avmptom, wvtnng on bodr or
Bind, caaltiK yon u ('! glootny, dopooacnt,
nenroni. timid, fnri'dlul or utjRt for bomne.
BO Biattr what may cava tutu th orl.inai
taunaof your dlwaae or ryrnptoma. or to hom
you bar applied fur help without getting rtll. f.
Too can be enrrd of all your difacwable ir"ifr
tomi, and fully uatorrd to prfi-rt phy.irat buJih
In the unortt'tt poM.hU t'.-nu. Ilaviug during the
pat twenty fire yt-ar nmde tie ftuur and treat
nientot dlnta.w. of the Mind ai d ertoa. HyiUai
(penalty, aitd haviiii; cun-d each a large Etftn
btr of ee, mt:y of whom (afier Hindliig
Msdrvda Ol doliar) I ad b'-t-n (!:vi-n up aa In
, curable, wa bow oll-r our ri- andtrc-atmeat
10 the aITlii:td at price wlilun their n-nh. Con
aultatloo either pwona'.ly or by letter fr and
coafideatlal. Patleijla at a diktat. -e by firing a
atatnw(iit of their tae. or by aURMcrlnuqurriloua
(wbiuh will lie m lit Ij a ad'lfi on rvempt of
atamp to prepa iioe'afr' ) cn b treated aa well
by letter aa at oUice. we pre par, and furiilnh to
patlrnta our own tnedlrlti'-e. Aodr
M VlIbON DlUl',NAhY, Sl oooth Clark 8 ,
(A Aledletne, not at Driuk.)
ijopk, nrrtir, biaxdhakk,
APTnP''i'T ami nrTMniri.Qt)4iJ'
i, Ttaatir all vruaKlniTaa.
All ftlaonneaof theWomaeh, r,owrl, Hlood,
i,lver, IMflliej-, ruu i riuni 7 tirKniiR. i-,'-.-
Vouaueaa, Hlifiilna.ne.ii and vapuulaliy
0IOOO IN COLD.
win t.n.M for a raw the, will notenret
liiilu. or (or auyiiilt'K Impure or Injurious
kk font tiniCRlrt ff I!-n Tlittrn n4 trf
iXivxu totffi yuu lwp. Tnk Moo. bur.
n 1. 0. ! aA .moIn!,t.'ltrri'iilnMilf rnrnfor
1 L.....a liaLM git litltlllll. tiatiaU i n ailwl
. tvrui-',uuiw-M '
-am em rot ciHfii'UB.
ail alww MU tiy 4rui.to,
liny Hitler. Mf, .. Wcll. W. ..T.w..-,,Or.t.
TIIE PAUiY I5ULLEQTN.
rnbarlp,tlon It a teat
0lly I eil wrvd by carrier) per weak ......... f tfi
Hi rlall tin adraacc) one year 10 00
Ma m.mlta (00
TVm .tftthf 8 W
S atail its ad'.a'ic,! aun year
t' cic of ten and ort-r pcr copy)
IVmvv In all caac prepaid.
VdTertlaing It a tea:
fnt :9ritti"u. pr )uar $1 00
ifrfHruifBr.ettertioiM, j.T'njuar 5tt
J & wvk, per a-jiiw Sot)
fiTr! ittc 1 00
O'. li -aru-e and roiutlort patted by aoUetlei
D and Darnacef free
f. '. iD'ertton. per eq.ua.,, M
s :rt;ief.t iartiona 00
Vii-h: line of tolld nonpareil cor.ttltnte a;uare-
S.;,i'.; ct aderti iui r.i will be charged accord
.r. .'. to t:.c pafe occupied, at above rate ther be
ne ;Wve lin.'t of eo'.id type to the Incn.
To ep'.ar adicrtlin we offer auperior induce-ti.-u
Uith at to rate, of charge! and manner of
i iytni; i heir favor. .
Tu i paper may be found on Ale at Geo. P. Kowell
t IV, tVwppsper Advtirtltlng Bareau, (10 Spruce
atrwi .whoie ad'ertisiug contracu may be made
! r (t in New Yo.x.
Commtiuicarlont upon subject of general tr.terett
to tbe public art at all ti nea acceptable. Rejected
rtcouwrlptt will not be teturned.
Lf:ieendcomm n'.canoni thonldbe addreeted
E. A. Burnett, Catro, IKinuia.
EJmuai Tatea 01 AmOTcans.
Tlio wives and i!:tugMori f mvoihI
rat AmciioHiis nrn jnit did ty,
cleMTnr.J nofinipli.sln'l as tlieir'sHtm-.
nboi-e tho lino of u: iiJor-teti-ilKiu; but
owin"; to the effect of pa's jiilo' b inr
of only recent formation, bavo not haxl
the avantnq;n of beinj; brought up in
K'iropo and European waj's. Hence,
despite beauty, knowlctljre, and talent,
tliny lack the reposi and other things
which mark the cast of Vora do Veru.
Tueir tui ets are apt to bo nniazin; 'and
their tliamonii.i to rival an exhibition
of light Ikuho apparatus. Nevertlxiles.s
they tower over their husbands, fathers
and brothers. The lafer have been
sent to a ennntin;r-ho:iso too soon to
have acquired even the varnish of good
breeding. They dress vi-ry much liko
a Ijarlwr's block, and talk more non
sense tlian could bo imagined." "It
is a little od 1 that the wesiern man, who
Mipplies iiresidi'iits and leailin?; men to
the United S ates, slnuld nit bo a suc
cess on tue Kuropean prand tour. His
cleverness is undeniable, for he has
made a u;icrh fortune, hut he 13 olvi
ouslv (.11! of his eli'incn!; in the old con
lin.'til. A life divi.'ed he' ween biisinis
and honii! politics leaves littlo leisure
for eiiltiv.iiiu the sii'.j, on which
Kiiroie ans love to tliiatn."
UNLIKE ALL OTHER HAIR DUE8SIX0,
is the best for promoting the growth of and
beautifying the hair, aud rendering it dark
and glossy. The Cocoaine holds, in a li
quid form, a large proportion of deodorized
Cocoanut Oil, prepared expressly for this
purpose. No other couip.uud possesses the
peculiar properties which so exactly suit
tho varioius conditions of the human hair.
The superiority of Burnett's Flavoring
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
Virginia Pea-Nut Raising.
I was somewhat surprised to see a
good deal of cottou-growing in Vir
ginia,, between J'eti'i'-iburg and Nor
folk, says (iaih" iu Cincinnati 7i
f. It seemed to be rather small in
head, but looked hardy and plentiful.
All around it wero hundreds of acres
of harvested peanuts, looking liko rows
of bee-hives, the riots pulled out of
the ground with tho nuts hanging to
them, aud piled upon ono another to
the height of about threo feet, so as to
dry. These peanuts the Virginians do
not know what to do w ith, nor what is
done with theni. It is ihoir belief that
nearly all go West, and are eaten roast
ed or made into peanut candy. When
told that probably a large portion of
them goes into sweet oil aa a substitute
for olive oil, they express 110 opinion.
I was told by a peanut grower that it is
now one of the very best crops in Vir
ginia, producing more bushels to tho
aero th;in the same ground will produce
of corn, and bring at least three times
us much ha corn per bushel. Corn sel
dom goes to 60 cent-, while the pea
mitrt st.Mid at a!iout?2, and are expect-"'
fid to to this year. They have to
b hoed several times, and plowed
thr.uh sevend limes, and aro im
proved by bein.r manured.
So More Hard Time?.
If you will stop npending so much on
fiae clothec, rich food and fctyle, but good
hehlthy food, cheaper and better clothing;
get more real and buontantial things of life
every way, and especially stop the foolish
habit of employing expensive quark doctors
or using to much of the vile humbug med
icine that does you onl? harm, but put
your trust in that simple, pure remedy, Hop
J'.itttrs; that ct'res always at a trifling cost
ami you will see good times and have good
Take a Drink and Call It Square.
There ar some queer people in tho
Caiskills. Lust month I ami a friend
called at the "Kip Van Winkle House,"
got two uiilk punches, two more ditto,
and two cig irs. I handed the elderly
(iitnymedu behind the bar five dollars.
After much thought ho handed mo back
live dollars and forty cents. "You've
made tt mistake," said I. "That's so,"
said he, idler more thought. Thou ho
scooped in the live dollars and hatidud
1110 the forty cents. "That's another
mistake," said I. After much delib
eration ho pushed over tho live dollar
bill to 1110, and Mild: "Oh, pay wheu
you come again." "Hut I'm not com
ing again," I persisted. That troubled
him With a great mental effort he
figured up for a full minuic. Tho com
pound arithmetical problem was too
inueli fur him. "Oh, take a drink and
call it square." Queer pooplo, the
Catskilliamt. In one respect they are
like the peace of Godthey pass all
umlersianding. L'hm'rn (Jazvtle.
It ia, to say the least, wrong for anybody
to go to church or public meeting:, hacking
awsy aud disturbing the preacher or orator
with coughiug. Use Dr. Bull'i Cough Syr
up at once; it costs onlj 25 cts. a bottle.
OAIIM) ; BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1882.
Olara Belle Gives Her Eirflrienoa at & Hot
Vapor Bath. ,
"Most girls," says Clara Belle, In a
letter to nho Cincinnati Enquirer,
"treat themse'ves too gingorly at tho
bath. Miss Clementina struggles to
turn the key of the bath-room door
twico round, to bo doubly sure of locking
everybody out; examines the ground
glass window minutely, tosoo that there
aro no peep-holes, 'though nobody could
look in without using wings or a lad
der; turns tho mirror to tho wall, so as
not to bo allocked by faolng her own
shadow; and not without all these pre
cautions will sho disrobe A downright
scrubbing is too much to expect of this
bashful creature. She merely dips her
self into the water, dries herself on a
very soft towel, and hastily dresses her
self. An experience liko that which I
blundered into, a few days ago, would
kill her outright A friend assured me
that my headache could be cured by a
hot vapor bath. And I soon afterward
read in an advertisement iu a New York
daily paper that such treatment was
provided 'by Dr. and Mrs. at
No. .West Twenty-fourth street I
found a common brick house at that
number, with tho name on the door
plate. A servant responded to my ring:
and ushered me into a well-furnished
parlor. Immediately a mighty pretty
young woman entered. Her manner
struck mo at the time as rather cool;
but sho quietly asked me if I wished a
bath, and informed me that tho price
was $:t. Then she conducted me into
a rear room, in the centra of which
stood a narrow couch, and at one side
a spirit stove stood on the floor.
'Please undress,' she said quietly. I
hesitated, braced up by reflecting that
she was a purely business spectator, and
obeyed. Then she seated me in a chair,
and inclosed me to the chin in a big
rubber cloth, which reached to tho
tloor, and covered the blazing alcohol.
Shut up with such heat for ten miuutes,
1 was thrown into a dripping perspira
tion. When tho girl thought I was
stewed enough sho took away tho rul)
ber cloth, directed me to lie flat on ttfu
couch, and then washed mo most thor
oughly. Next sho nibbed me all over
briskly, putting cologne on her big,
soft, warm hands. She went through
with her work in a silent, perfunctory
manner, and not without some manifes
tations of distlain, which I did not at
tho moment comprehend; jet the treat
in1 nt was comforting, and really did
reiunvo my headache. Sho was a
plump, shapely girl, full of vitality,
and her touch was quite magnetic. I
had dressed myself, and handed her $3,
wheu somebody rapped at tho door to
whisper to her. 'Tell him to wait a
minute,' she responded; 'there's no
body ahead of him.' Him! What did
I hear? An awful suspicion flashed in
to my mind. "Do you give these baths
to men?" tasked. "Ladies don't often
Little Uanger 1'rom Llectrio Currents.
There have been some cases of death
within the last few years, but these have
all been caused by alternating current
machines, which aro extremely danger.
"us when of high electromotive force.
The continii ius current machines, how
ever, do not givo such severe shocks,
ami, in the opinion of many scientific
men, are not dangerous, though capa
ble of inflicting considerable pain.
However, it will be tho duly of every
electric engineer to take care so to place
his leads as to make it almost impossi
ble for any one to touch both at the
same time, severe shocks being thus en
tirely prevented. On tho whole, wero
overy house lighted by electricity and
every factory to receivo its "power" in
that, form, the dangers would bn much
!os than tlmso which exist now from
cas and boilers. For no bad workman
ship or carelessness can by any possi
bility cans', an explosion to be produced
by an electric current; and, in tho
event of u lire taking place, conduct
ing wires would only heat and perhaps
fuse, instead of feeding the flumes with
combustible nryl explosive matter, as
gas-pipes do when fused by tho heat
of a burning building. Sdturdmj Jio
A Heinons Orime
Lord Kcnyon thu addressed a dis
honest butler, who had been convicted
of stealing large quantities of wino from
his master's' cellar: "Prisoner at tho
bar, you stand convicted, on tho most
conclusive evidence, of a crimo of in
expressible atrocity a crime that de
tiles the sacred springs of domestic con
fidence. and is calculated to striKe
alarm into tho breast of every Enslish
inan who invests largely in tho choicr
vintages of Southern Europe. Like the
serpent of old, you have stung the bun I
t f your protector. Fortunate in having
a generous employer, you might, with
out dishonesty,' have continued to sup
ply your wretched wife and children
with tho comforts of sufficient prosper
ity, and even with some of tho luxuries
of affluence; but, dead to every claim of
natural affection," and blind to your
own real interest, you burst through all
the restraints of religion and morality,
and have for many years been feather-
intr vour nest with your master's boU
ties." hl,iliti(n of the. Law, lizard.
A Sympathetic- Agent
A look-agent was traversing Biddle
Avenue, on Monday, and as ho passed
a certain dwelling, ho noticod a woman
bendinz over a little mound undor a
maple, in the corner of tho yard, and
weeping bitterly. "Ah," soliloquized
tho tender-hearted book-agent, "this
poor woman Is likely suflerinu over
some loving child whom sho hatli bur
ied beneath the wide-spreading branch
es of that beautiful treo. I will address
to her a few words of condolence.
"Ah, madam, why theso tears? Do
comforted. 'Blessed aro the mourner,
for they shall inherit tho earth.' Wo
all alike joust die and return to dust 11s
that fair child. Millions have died and
gono before, for they that trend the
earth are but a handful to the tribes
that slumber in its bosom. It behooves
us then to w aste no time In useless sor
rowing, but bo up and doing, and so
livo that when our timo shall come wo
will approach our grave liko one who
wraps the drapery of his couch about
it! in and lies down to ploasaut dreams."
The woman arose, tho tears stream
ing down hur fuco, and said:
"Mister, If you think you kin
set out onions without cryln' over It, I
wish't you'd jiut como ovor her and
Tho book-agent resumed big travels.
, Wyuwlotlt Courier,
Aa Act of True Heroism
When thuCvpilttn was wrecked on
the coast of Walus, the two hundred
pooplo who slood horror-stricken along
the shore saw an act of heroism rarely
witnessed under any cirounistHuces.
The captain, John A. Strachan. of Liver
pool, had -told those on board thatevory
one must look to himself. Most of tho
crew had dropped overboard, and Cap
tain Strachan also prpparod to leap in
to the billows. He. tied a lifo-bolt about
his waist aud mounted the rail. At that
moment ho noticed tlfe pale fare of a
bov peering from below decks. Tho
lail was a stowaway. " A few hours ago
ho was a sneak, an unworthy thing, "a
miserablo pilferer of privileges; but uow
the skipper only rememborod ho was a
human being, to bo saved if possible, at
any rate not to bo loft behind. Without
a word Captiiu Strachan unbuckled the
life-belt from his waist and htslied it
shi)-slinpo upon tho littlo stowaway,
bidding him save himself. "I can
swim." said tho captain, "tako the
belt." Over the sido went tho stowa
way, lifted upon" tho surf liko a cork;
over tho sido went tho captain, trusting,
like the good brave fellow that he was,
to his strength, enfeebled with long
watching ami anxiety. But swimming
was impossible in such a sea. Tho
boatswain, struggling for his own life, '
caught at tho captain, who was still
making headway, and both went down,
never, to bo seen again; while the littlo
stowaway , with the good captain's life
belt about his waist was flung upon tho
Welsh coast, haltered about, but alive
to tell the story of his strange f.tto and
bii kind friend's heroism.
Hendricks on His Colleagues
The Madison (Ind.) Courier prints a
retrospect by ex-Cov. Thomas A. Hen
dricks of his Senatorial career. Tho
ex-Senator regards Bevordy Johnson as
the ablest lawyer in tho Senate during
his term. Charles Sumner, he nays,
succeeded in having more of bis views
embodied in the laws of the country
than any other man. McDougal, of
California, excelled all in speeches
made on the spur of the moment Hon
ry S. Lane, of Indiana, had few superi
ors aa an orator. Gov. Grimes, of Iowa,
was as pure a man as ever entered pub
lic life. Collamcr, of Vermont was re
markable for ingenuity in debate.
Anthony nevur gave offence, aud was
highly successful. Buckalew, of Penn
sylvania, was a debater of raro force,
and produced during tho stress of his
Senatorial duties the ablest book that
has buen written on minority represen
tation. Cowan, of the same State, al
ways came into discussion at the height
of the controversy and was able to
maintain himself against great odds.
Garret Davis was the most fearless de
bater he ever saw, but not always con
siderate. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, was
tho finest orator. Fessenden, of Maine,
was the ablest Senator his Stale has
produced. lie never left a point un
answered, and was the readiest man in
the body. John P. Halo was brilliant
but not studious, and repeated himself.
John Sherman was always prepared for
action. Trumbull was eminent as a
lawyer and debater. Gov. Morton was
an able leader, but extreme in his ex
pressions; strength and earnestness
were his peculiarities.
English Sohool-Boys and Money,
It appears that tho sy-teni of "lip.
ping" hoys at school has reached a cul
minating point. At Eton, for.examplo,
some lads have returned this term with
as much ns jKO by way Jof pocket
monoy, and one boy, I am creditably
informed, is left with tho uncontrolled
expenditure of jl'CoO for the year! Tip
pling is too often tho result of this in
discriminate, tipping. Instead of being
satisfied with a glass of boor after row
ing up to Henley, as in former days, the
Etonians must now needs have cham
pagne cup aud other cxpensivo drinks.
The cure for all this sort of thing is
simple and effectual; a school should be
conducted on the principles of a com
monwealth. Each boy on his arr'val
should bo made to give up every stivei
in his possession, and tho money should
bo placed in a common fund, to be ju
diciously administered in tho shape of
weekly pocket-money for tho benefit of
all alike. ParenU with more money
than brains or breodicg would speedily
cease to givo such largo suinsjto their
boysjwhen they discovered that doing
so no longer contributed to their indi
vidual glorilleation or to that of their
young hopefuls. Whitehall Jicviao.
The Prince of W.jles formerly in
dulgod in painting, but ho never paints
now. It is said, however, that ho is
able to purchase a pic-turn or a stutuu
without employing an agent.
Fadkd or gray hair gradually recovers its
youthful color and lustre by the use of
Parker's Hair Balsam, an elegaut dressing,
admired for its purity and rich perfume.
that arc always welting their buds ought
not to bo scolded and punished for what
they cannot help. They need a medicine
having a tonic effect on tho kidneys and
the urinary organs. Such a medicine is
Kidney-Wort. It has specific action. Do
not fail to got it for them. Exchange.
To all who aro suffering from tho errors
and iudiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, fcc, I
will send a rucipu that will euro you, free
of charge. This great remedy wasdiscov
eredljy a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to tho Hev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I), New York
, It is a Positive Luxury
to brush the teeth with Huzudout, bo fra
grant and refreshing is it, aud so pleasant
is tho taste it leaves In tho mouth after tho
operation. Then how gratifying is thu ef
fect and how complacent fuels tho beholder
who views In tho glass a row of ivories ren
dered tpotless, by this benign and delight
ful toilet article. Only a lew drops on tho
brush, a rag or sponge is needed for an ab
lution' ami yet it is wondrously effective.
A nasal in.ikxtjii free with each botto
of Shiloh's Cftlarrh. Komody. Prico AO
conts. ." ' 10
BottDKN, Shxlicck A Co., St, Louis, soil
tho best and cheapest Car Starter mado.
With It ono roan can movo a freight car. (1)
Nsurafgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quins, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns end Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on earth equals Pr. J(vm Ott. as
tLf,urr, aOnifeuml ri.-; Kiteriuil Keineily.
A trial enUiila but the ennipiinltively trcinp iiut)hy
of OO CcuIn, and evoiy oim nilT.'titK nh pmu
can have cheap and pwiive proof of iu claitna.
Directlona In Kleven LariKtnttfri.
BOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IU
A.VOGEIXR & CO.,
Jlaltiuwrt MJ., V. 8. J
a week In voiir ow n town, s.i nut!!:
tal not riMiur.'il, iu will luriil)i you
everything .Vanv are tonkin fur
tune l.mlien make an ne:cu nu u,
and lioyt nr.d flrlH ninke creMt pay
Header, If you want a htimy t t which you cn
make gret pav all the time ton work, w-ltw'forpur-ticillArt
' il. liallelt X t o., I'ordlii.il. M vlo:
Mni.'ALAIII Mj( if, y.
A SUBSTITUTE F0K LIKE I.NSUfc.
AXCE CUM PAS IKS.
WIDOWS' & OJ.rilAXS
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv 11th, 1H77. tinier Hie Laws o
the 5tute of Illinois. Cojiyrluliled Julv
i), 11(77, 1'inli r Ad ot Cnr.jirtHs.
O. T. M"UI)
I. A. GOMLSTINE
JOHN C. W11ITK
... Jk'iiicsl Ailvieer
.. Af-li-ouil Sreretury
kxk(;l'tivk com m it i j-:k
K THOM AS,
J. V. W ill ! ,
V. I'll I 1IKU,
J. S. .Mr.l i A II K Y.
1IOAUJ) OK MA N A ( i 1; 1 .'!-':
William htratton. of siriitinii ,V lliril. wh leceiln
grocer: Paul U. Si huh, w l:i!-inic anrl retj.il ilnm
lilut; IIen L:ni,Xnn, eon. 111U.1..U merr haul ; Ja.
8. Mr.Unhey. liiiiihtr dealer; .1 .1. I, onion, ihvn
Ician i J. A. (ioldiitltie, of tiolUHtltn! ,V l. ,mi nt'.T,
wholer-ale and retail dr. i!'km!-. ete.; ni. . IMe b
ur, general B(,'etit; llei rv II. l-.ih, i itv rlt:t r aid
hook hinder; t hetley Ilviie. Coo!er: .Ino. (;,
White, aaniatHiit ecreniy and o!ii itor; A Hurt
I. eli. dealerin flour and noiii. ; V. Hum.. .t-rei!
dent Alexander CotMitj punk; ti. W. Ilei.diii ks.
contractor and huildnr; C'iii Clone, nerul
Bttcul ; ThotiiHc Lewi", an n.lni y and utiori i v at
law; L. tj, '1 boiuaa, hrooni iukiiIiIm inn r; V. K
Kumel, contractor and inild. r; c. T, Itmld
auimt 0. St. I.. ,tN. (. riiilniar;M(.i h Phillip.:. enr
penter; 11 . A. C'unmlilcy. coi.irueii.r, Cairo, 111",
llev. ,1. hpencer, i:,ei u'vinnn.St Luii-, Mo ; .1. 11.
Htithune, circuit clerk, Mnodi-fiiipi county, Cleirle.
ton, Mo ; J. 11. Moore , lawyer, Coiinierre. Mi,.
II. Hinu'letnrv. phvaielnn, Ariluflon, Ky ! J. W.
Tarry, plivatclnn, Kitltun, Kv ; Win. Cn.ii, runner,
Murrv, Kv.;A. S'telnlm. h, iimniioicniri r of end
dlerv, Evutic vlllo, Ind.; Ike Atiilernon, tvi.rcliirv
to auperitilendint C. St. L. It N O. railroad. Jack
on, Ten li. i J. 8. ItohertBon, plivwlelan, White
vllln, Tvtin. : Thorium A. tinhorn, liiirnenniikcr,
Hollvar, Tetin. ; Win. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tlalng Aui'liQ, llollv Strin"H. Mi-
(reat chain e ., make mon
ey. Tllilrili ttlin lwayn lnku
mlviinlMt'e of the Komi clmi)
' -r io inimr imo'M'v ueii lire
.mi' I-.,, ,' ii'iiii.v iM-i nine
weultl y,wtli!elhoi' whodii
not improve auch rlianceii o hoiln in imyent We
want ninny men, taotnen, h..v m il j'lrn to work roi
lip rluht Iu their own Im iiliiles, Anv one eiin dn
thw wurk properly from the llr-l cImiI.. The linnl
liepa will pay more than ten tlmec orditmrv wnirea.
Kxpenalvn oiltllt lurnlnlied free r o ore w ho eii;:u.
e falla to tnaki money rapidly. You cnu devote
your wholu tliiin in thu work, or only your cpi re
moment. Full Informnllon and nil tlinl la needed
cut rrcii. Adilrnna tlluoti & Co.. Fottuiid, Miilnc.
FoIIovvh' I Ivpoiihosphites.
I k cottihlniillon of llypnphoplilte, orlKlnalml
hy ma In Cutmdit while under the procen or pulinn
nnry rotiiiiitiillon, mid w Inch Iiiih lnce In-ett em
ployed hy the iiii'dlcul prolele!i lliniiilinut Amor
ca (tut Ktiuland wllh tnipreceileiiti'd kiiccu.
It colilaln lli elenieni e enllal In lliu Niillinil
oritiiiil.nilon, lliu oxldlr.lnu nji nl and tunica,
In conililuRtlott with lliu lliunlitiltii( lu'eiil plio.
tihorua. poaealnic Hie merit of ludniralUililly alka
line, ami I tllpeticd In lliu louvciiteut and paint
aide form of a cyriip.
It effect aru iimin ly vldtilu within twcnly-foiir
hour and arc marked ny n alimtilatlutioUliii nppe.
tile, tlm dlKealloit nnd iiliiillntloti, eulcrliiu di
rectly Into tho circulation; It ton Uiv nerve and
miirlea: rxerla a healtliy iictlon of the accretion;
neither illMiirli lliu atomncli nor Injure the ytcm
under prolmiuod un, iind tuny liu tllcotillnued at
any timo without Inroiivetiletim ,
In a word It piiiie lliu mlmillaul to aroiian
tho ilrennlh, iho 'tonic in retain It, and merit of a
hlghdeKruu. Very WMMfa . KE, , Qm
V D not hit derotveit liy rntncillea heitiluira
(linllar numn; nnniherpmpa'ntlonlaa mint I tutu
for thin, under any circumstance,
, FOIt BALK WY DKLU018TH.
ISomjocunS t(tf S
120 Broadway, Xev York,
of any Life In-urance Company
IN TIIE WOULD.
It llldl.c iei' 6
HtipulHtlnir thut ftie rout -net of In.iirance "nhall
l.ut he diddled" ult-.r It In three teara old,
and tlmt fuck poliele nha'.l ho
on r cwlpt of fHtiarucir ry proof of death.
lt policy I clear and coucIim, and contalna
X0 ARDUOUS' COXDITIOXS.
II. liKAI) VOL' It I'tM.ICHX Compare th
hurt andeiniple form iird hy iho K()uitahlo wiih
lh loiijr and ohaenn; contract loaded downwllh
lechnlcalitle Insued hy other coinoatne!
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holder are
Un precedent oil.
V. I! - Sec the rr.atiy teller from policy hcldir,
eprr-lna tlfir i-'ulii. aiioi, wi'.h the return fruB
tueirloMiM! Savin..!. J"i si, I'olTi o i.
llwmiHe ol' it
Assets Sccuivlv Invested
Siirjdiis Sfciiit ly Inve-ted. nearly
K. A. HUlf.N KTT. A-ent.
Odl'e. corner Uth i,nd Wahin)!on.
Novembor -l. t-l. mud
TRADE MARK. The fireat Kn'tf-
ZvK". remedy, Au
y-U V tiulailina cure for
A J - i-enilnai w.-akiie
tt' jl l"-'r"nt irrhea. un
CS iiotency and ,l
ifi' .y ili-ea-e that fulow
Dt.urtj j.auri.rniiivercfiii ,-iti:i:t. . rt nr . .
n t tv l.j l ..
Vuin Ii tun tiaek, -iUj
dlnine of vision. pr"mntari old u;i., r 1 many
other dm u-tt.at .-aJ tn ir.ur,ttv, con-umttloa
or a prernnliir,-i-ruve.
i ri'-Kull articuiar In our pamphlet, which wo
dciiac to aeud free hv mail to evervona. rTh
Sper.ll'.cMedtiiue l aold hval! Amuwrt at $1 per
iacKi?e, or i- packfiL'i for ('.. or will he nent free
l)V mail on receipt f !he niuiuv. )v r.dilre. injt
THK tiltAY MKDiClSK CO.,
1)1 rfAi-o, N . Y .
So'd in Cairo hv 1'nul Srhnh.
COID ME9AI AWARCfQ
ti. AiiirKT.Auewtnilymia M'-i
U l vork,ikrraiilHl!lifi tr mi.
cneatittit, !inliit,iuiA).i i
iDauniiUe.1 "UiaScwncwnf lata
rHSeI( l'r-Tvauim ;' U.urnl in
fine.t Kr,Mirn uiann,nnit.Mfdl
(nil t!ii.:0!ri.r!tiuiti tiutitni
Ml.,,,1 .n.kv - 1 ......
... v.w ....(.., , , ,',,v:ri-
t. .n, pne on 7 ! Jj wni U,
a U. V aU WAii-Jl i
tircer, liuclni, M.i:nliukc, Si.ilmii and many
, f tl.c oest medicines known arec-imlyined in 1'a
'icii'st.iNcriiT'oNicintoanirditiricof (nth va-i
-ied ;iud elective iiwer',:uto m.ikcit thcr.rcatcsi.
1.1 d Punier and Liver KctiUlor and tlie
ti t llisllh AMmnirlh llctorcr Lter taed.!
It cure, lyspenu.i, l'.hcunutim, Neuralk-U.-!
eplek.Miesi., ami all disenses vl lint Slum-ich,'
l.'ow-:!,, I.uu.;t, Liter nil Kidneys 1
kcmimUrl "1 l.is Tunic is the TVci Fnmil).
Mcilii.'iie ever , 1 1 . i . ! -, :i l n I i .entirely diflei-nt f run '
I ; it tor--, t li.i r I'm iMr.itinni, ond other Twiii s,
t never iiiioil'..ilc4lulC!iri'riuiikeniM-s Nine.
.r.;:,,,. ,v;.',,, ., ,.f f,..,.r ( n V '
To l,land m,l
rtmi miji. .1 lulr h
To Provide Tor
1 8 8 t2 , t
Send r : cent ciuiiip fur i-nnple? of -1 Mnixa.tnei
you will he mre io want fur your children .
92 .So a vcur. The liet, I n r:- l mid mon lu ly Ulna
triitcd .M a i;n 1 nc In I tie world for vomit; people,
' 1 i.A HY I-A N I )
The Imliy own Mniraxine. more cliiinulnp tli.in cv
er hcl'yre. n I V No renin a venr
MTTLK I'oLKS' T.RAPKK.
A delightful and reilned Monthly, for ptthiic mid
prlvnl" echool ii nd home. 7.- cent a year
An lIliiKiri.teil Weekly lor .voutiir peoiile edited hy
Mr. Ii. H. Aldeu tPanvi,' epcctnlly alnpied fur
Sunday nullnir r.icetii a j. nr. AddreF 1), U
throp &. Co , :i Knniklin el , lluton, Mne.
1 11 11 lUYUllUUVl
A New mill Compivie lintel, fronllnc nu l.ovce
Hecond mid Knllroml Mruel,
Of ilio. lllinoi.s.
1 Ii PniMciiKiir Depot of tho Chlcitco, HI.. Lottla
nr .cew (irleana: lllltiol Central; Wahnh, Ht,
Loill mid Pmlllcj Iron Mountiiln ntid Hotilherni
Mohllu mid Ohio; catfi mirt St. Loiiu Kailwiiyit
ani ull Jiii aero tho atreet,; whllu thu Steamboat
LatidltiK t hut one i:imr dlntitnt,
I'lil Hotel heated hy Hteatn, hint tcam
Laundry, llvdrnulln Klevnlor, Klectrle ChII Delia.
Aiitomitllt! Klni-Alarnt. Ilntha, aholutely ptiro air,
perhiet Kewernne and toiuplele nppoliilliieiil.
Httperh furiiinlilnn"! perfect eervlce; ar.duD0&
lu V. P AHICF.l t Ac OQ.,liiaMai
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