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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ionof BppPtite.NniiBQft.boweln costive,
I'afuTn theITe8iV,witHTdull sonMntion in
fEeback part, lnin under the shoulder
bhiBeiilhiossnlter atitiK, with a dinin
cUnation"tejrortjonjifbody or" m indi
Irritnbilifyof temper. Low spirits, Lous
of iiiembryith a fouling of having riegj
lecte'd 8omedlatfTwearines87 Di.zinoss
lutterinirof theileart. Dots before the
eyeBrVeUo'w Tj kmTBead ache, H est loss.
Dew at nithChiehly colored Urine."
IF THESE WARNINGS ABE UKHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TU'lTS PILLS re especially Hilupleil to
such cn,oiiu lw fleet such h t'hunigu
of fooling a to -tnlli the surt'rrer.
Tliwy IiM-mta" h. A i petite, and cause the
bimly to TU on l''wll. Ill" fllM NVBllMIl III
nnurlnrt.aii(1 bvl i-irTonlr Aclionon the
IMtrratit Or-KHnH. Hritulnr fcluot are pro.
dii'Hil. l'rire i"i rent. M Wurro.t St., X.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
OKAVllAIKfirWllIflKf.R'c)iallK1 to ft(Ij08HV
Dlack liy a single appllf-ntlon i(f ttiia Dyk. It
Imparls n natural color, aiia Iiislunnaiieously.
bold byiruin;i"i"V'r Kfiit fy eipiean m rt-e of II.
Office, 35 Murray St.. Now York.
Clip. TrTT'lt IM tl. of Talii.M. liifw-.sln. and &
eWul Kli.U "ill It alia HU K M .jnllfalioa.AT
1 5Y ALU ABLE FOB
fcpraln. Itiirns, fcralrta, BruUpa, sore
orsM. KhpiiiiiatlMin, ItolK, I leers old
oif t. Tool tin r he, lleiulnrhr. Snore
Throat, Am luna, Hoarviie.s,
Ax., AX,, At.
JTRTH I. 1TI.TO", I. n., Brooklyn, jf. y.
" Pro-ring itself to boa nocesaity In our home "
P. A. YU'STKUYtXT, M. I).. Naahvilln. Tenn.-
Dave osed large quantities of I'UMl'd fcXTliAOT
in tny practieo."
In. S. B. MrCOBI), Matron. noma of Destitute
Children. "Wo Audit moot eflicacious auil dm
Caution. TOXn'S EXTRACT is old vnhj in
bottle with tbe name ldown in the, glass.
- It in uuaafo to nso other artii h with our
directions. Insist on having PONO a Eil'UAC'T.
llulubo all Iiuitutioua aud aubHtitutoH,
Bl'ECIAL rRKPAiuTIOSS OF POVTVS FX
aiUOT COM BIN KD WITH TTTK 1'UHE.TX'
AND MOST IHXIOATB fli UKUMJiS
I'Ott LAUIE3' HOTJDOIU.
rOSD'R EXTUACT Wle., $1.00 and f 1.75
Toilet Cream 1.00 I ( atarrh Cure 15
Lin balv i.'.'.
Inlmlcr ((liana 0c.jl. (Mi
McKllraltd l'uier... ia
rtiullv Sirliicp SI.OO.
Orikra arnouuting to if 5 worth. aunt czpruia frco
on rnceipt uf money or P. O. ordi.r.
tg-Ova Naw I'avihii ft wtu ntrriitvriForB
Piuii-ALATiosj, 8Lr I'UIJJ oj AW-ucanusf lo
POND'3 EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14tU Bt Now TutIu
Who vrant glossy, luxuriant
and wayy trosscs of abundant,
bcantiful Hair mnst nso
LYON'S KATUAIRON. TLir
decant, cheaj) articlo always
makes tho Jlair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
ont, arrests and cures gray
ne&s, removes dandrulT and
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hnlr is the sure
result of using Kathairoii, '
If yoa are uflerlnir wtlb Nervum Uiblllt j or
any alaeara or symptom, wearing on biulV or
mind, caning yoa to feel gloomy, dupoiiuunt,
aervoni, timid, furirctlul or nuUt for bnciiieHH.
, Do matter wbut may bnv been tho original
eaae of yonr dlacaav or lyinplonia, or to whom
yoobava applied forbtilp wlttioul Rultlng rullvr,
on can be cured of all your diHAurwablu tymiv
, - loma, and fully teion-d to perfcrt pbyfical health
" , In tb "bort. .! popi.blo tl.nc lluvliiir durinu the
pant twtnty-flva year, mm', tbe "ttiiljr and tri'aU
moot of diseweii of the M Ind and Ntiron Kyati'm
tperially, and having cured nir.li a lari(u mini
bar of CKe, many or bnin (after expending
, bnndredi ol dullnr-t Iim) bpii Riven np u In
curable, we now offer our iervli'pa and treatment
to Uie afflicted at price wiibin llmlr n-arh. Con
nltatlon oltbor pernonally or by letter free and
eoafldeatlal. I'utienlH at a dlxlHiire by ejrln a
! atatument of their ,, or by anaweriiiKqnvatUina
, (iblch will beieiit to any adilrKii on receipt of
' atamp to prepay pii.mre) enn ,e irenied u well
by letter ai al i 'nii.u. We iireptir, and Itirulnh to
. patient onr own medicine.. Aildrer
- MAJJlboN UISi'KSSAJtY.lldbouth Clark S ,
nuill nf leU
neo uy "
MifM .ii k. to r'
t'no lirftiii iiertenud
wm.ui, uw Hop B.
If toe ar ywnir "t
iHw n-ttun or
.... .. Mlnirle. .till (il
KUfferlim f inin .n In
(.Inn i if vim nru urnr
yiiujitf. MiiriTlui frtna
' V mi bed ul alcic
iiwa, ntiy uu Hop
wtiiver ou feel
Umt ygOf yJeiu
newl. cUnlntf. ton
liur r .Hitiuliiti'iir,
Tlmiiwind. dla au
la numiy rum wjuiu
i i.iriii or Kidney
1 lira timely luoof
ar urinary nm f
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of am at"""',
roe will e
la an aiwiiiito
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p. ak aim
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A Tmnhi, nL
TIIE DAILY BULLE1TN.
Dally (dollverod br carrtura) per week I
liy mall (in adtance) one year JO
hli month Jul
Tnree nioutha J
One month 1 00
By mall (in advance) ne yoar $ JO
Puree inouthj W
To c!ub of ten and over (per copy) W
I'oatat-e In all caaea prepaid.
Advertising 11 a t e ;
Firet luxcrtloii. per eqtmra $ 1 00
S ibaeqiienllnaertionB. eer tqilaro W
For one week, pur iaro S
P ineral notice 1 00
Obi l u iiriei and reaolutioua panfed br aocletio
ten cent per llnu.
Uxatb and ruarrlaL'et free '
Kiral iittertion, per qua.v $ 1 5J
S .baci'ic!ittu'irllo!l.; 00
Klk'bt line of aolid nonpareil conitltnteaaqnare
UiKplatud advertisement will be charged accord-
mc lo tbe (ijiacc occupied, at above rate there be
in twelve Hue of olld type to the iuen.
To eL-tnar anvcrtlaera we oner superior inauce-
,ni n '.Kiln a to raun of charge ana manner ol
1 i'iyiiir their favor.
Tit t iior may lie round on nie at ueo. r. noweu
I (, Newspaper Advertising Bareau, (10 Spruce
i re i ,wneie aoieriuing coniracia may oe maae
f r II iii New Yon.
Communication upon subjects or ireneral interest
to the public are at all times acceptable. Rejected
niiiDUacripl will not be leturned.
Letter, and eomm nicatlon should be addreed
K. A. liurnett, Cairo, Illinois.
Oiio of tho most proffressiveJStati'H In
tho Union, comrat-rciall is Onvjuji.
Jts womlcrful cliniaie) nlonp tho coat is
known far and wiilo anif aitruois tho
onlnrprLsiiiir sotilur from all parts of tlm
world, lu industries are varied anil iis
Wfaltli Is rnpiilly increasino;. In 1850
its population stood at 13,L".M last yuar
it was 171,707. Of wheat 1.340.74G
bushels were raised in 1870, and in lSb'O
7,18'),010 busticls. Nine years ai;o tln;ro
were n it iuoro t'mn 82 niilesof railroad
in tho htate; to-di-y the mih-ao is Cut).
Then thoro are 2,115 bona liile com
uicruial establisliinnnis in the st.-itu,
having a c:tpit:tl of !r"J,87J, iO!i, possi-.-is-injr
real e-tato valued at $8,75-t, 700
pivinga Wal wealth of ls,5u'j,9.j7.
Of niaiiiifa.-turing etalilishinerits thoro
are 1.0:10, I'liioloyinw A.577 hands, hav
ing .!,4'J0,8.jG of c tpiial invested, pay
ing annually Jj-1.741 .:?.rL in wages, ami
producing yearly ?lu,219,0:'8 worth of
No More Hard Tiinen.
Ifyoii will stop upending bo much on
tine clothes, rich food and style, but good
healthy 1'i.od, cheaper and better clothing;
get more real and substantial things of life
every way, and especially stop tho foolish
habit of employing expensive quack doctors
or using so much of the vile humbug med
icine that does you only harm, but put
your trust in that simple, puro remedy, Hop
Bitters; that cures always at a trilling cost
and you will see good times and have good
that are always wetting their beds ouht
not to be Bcolded 'end punished for what
they cannot help. They need a medicine
having a tonic effect on the kidneys and
the urinary organs. Such a medicine is
Kidney-Wort. It has specific action. Do
not fail to get it for them. Exchange.
rinding One's Place,
A good many people spend all their
lift) hunting fur tho place in this world
which thev were intended to till. They
never .settle down to anything with anv
sort of restful and contented feeling.
What they are doiuj; now is not by any
means tho work that is suited to their
abilities. They have a Minnv idea of a
very noble life which they would like l
reach, ia which tueir powers would lmd
free seopn and when; they could make
a very bright subject, lint in their
present position they cannot be much of
n n tiling, and thoro is littlo use lo trv.
Their lifo is a humdrum and prosy rou
tine, and they can accomplish nothing
really worthy , and beautiful. So. they
goon discontented with their own lot
and sighing for another; and while they
sigh the years glide awnf , and soon
they will coino to an end. to find they
have missed every opportunity of doing
anything worthy of an immortal'bcing
in tho passage to eternity. Tho truth
is, one's vocation is never soiuo far-oil
possibility. It is always the same sim
ple round of dmies that tho passing
hour brings. No day is commonplace
if wo only had eyes to see its splendor.
There is no duty that comes to our
hand but thai brings to us tho possibil
ity of Jungly service.
Skill Diseases Cured,
liy Dr. Frszies's Magic Ointment. Cures
as if by magic, Pimples, IJIack Heads or
Grubs, lilotches and Eruptions on the face,
leaving the s-kiu clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Kheuni, letter, llingworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nippies, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, Ac.
I' Drake, Esq., Cievelaud, O., suffered
beyond all description from n skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most careful doctoring tailed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Era
zier's Magic Oiutniout and whs cured by a
J-i''The first, and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
1Ii;nhy& Co., Sole Propr'B,
For Wind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
surecure Price l. 00, by mail. For Bide
For sale by Geo. E. O'Ham.
KiciiAKDhON & Co,, Wholesale Agts.
Tho retort courteous; Ho (after pro
posing and being rejected) "I sup
pose in tho end you will bo marrying
Homo Idiot of a fellow " She (break
ing in) "Excuse mo, if I meant to
do that I should havo accepted your
Tho Nmv York lea brokers aro consid
orlngtbo organization of a tea exchange.
APhlladolnhian (Wed a lighted gaso
liuo lamp. About $10,000 will cover all
lossos resulting from this thoughtful
0MlO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY
UMdKK AM. OT111C11 UAIU DHKHSINfl,
Sh tho bestTdr promoting tho growth of and
beautifying tho hair, and rendering it dark
and glossy. The Coconino holds, hi a li
quid form, a largo proportion of deodorized
Cocoanut Oil, prepared expressly for this
purpose. No other compound possesses the
peculiar properties which so exactly suit
tho various conditions of the human hair.
The superiority of Burnett's Flavoring
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
The Future of Islam.
Tho Mussulman peasantry, especially
of tho Ottoman Empire, aro miserable,
and they know that they are so, ami
they look in vain to their religion to
protect them, as in former days, against
their rulers. They find that all their
world now is corrupt that tho law is
broken daily by those who should en
force tho law; that tho illegalities of
those who ruined them aro constantly
condoned by a conniving body of tho
.Uleina; that for all practical purposes
of justice and mercy religion has abdi
cated its claim to direct and govern.
They havo learned, too. by their inter
course w itlrstra.igers, and iu tho towus
by tho newspapers' which, they now
eagerly read, that this has not been al
ways so, and that servitude is not the
natural state of man or acquiescence
in evil tho true position of religion, and
thoy see in all they sulfer an outrage iu
llicted on tho belter law of Islam. I
was much struck by hearing tho Egyp
tian peasantry last year attribute tho
lighter taxes they were then enjoying
to tho fact, that the reiindng Khedive
was "a man who feared God." At tho
samo time tho learned classes aro
shocked and alarmed at tho political
decline of Islam and tho still greater
dangers which stare her in tho faco.and
they attribute them to tho unchecked
wickedness and cornip'iou with which
tho long rule of Constantinople has
pervaded every class of society, even
beyond its own territorial borders.
They complain now ""that they havo
been led astray, and bclievo thnt tho
venieanceof heaven will overtake them
if ihey do not amend their ways. In
all this, I say, there is something of tho
spirit which once goaded Christians in
to an examination of the bases on
which their belief rested, and of tho
true nature of the law which tolerated
such great corruption. Fortnightly
Anybody can catch a cold now. Tho
trouble is to let go, like the man who
caught the bear. We advise our readers to
keep a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
Old-Time Sleighing Parties.
There is a vast difference between the
sleighing parties of to-day and tho
sleighing parties of old times. Then
tl.ey had but one sleigh. It was a
square box, very heavy, and tho back
of the slei.'h was higher than tho head
when seated, over which a coverlet was
thrown. The sleigh was so heavy that
two horses woro required to draw it.
Tho sleighs were all painted yellow and
wore calied the "family sleigh." They
would not accommodate more than two
persons. Then they frequently had
good sleighing for a couple of months,
and sleighing parties woro tbo order of
tho day. The farm wagon-body was
placed on tho runners of tho wood-sled,
a lot of straw was put in tho bottom,
and the young men and women seated
themselves on the straw. Tho tiddler
always accompanied the party. They
would drive to some tavern, (there wero
no hotels then,) when the lirst thin;r in
order was to ec.t a glass of "flip." Flip
w.fs simply cream beer, which was
served up in large mugs. Every laud
lord had an iron rod about two feet
long, with a ball on the end about tho
size of a walnut, which was heated red
hot and run into every glass of beer,
which heated it and made it foam. This
wns called "Hip." After drinking flip
the- music struck up and there was a
dance, and those who did not desire,
to dance played games of different
Some Vulgarities of "Good Society."
Asking questions, private and per
sonal, is one vulgar habit, and tolling
your own business, which no ono wants
to hear, is another. Asking tho cost of
a present that hat been made to you;
"pumping" a servant to hear what has
been given by way of parting vail; loud
talking in public; hard staring at table;
insolent disrespect to husband, wife,
sister, or brother; showing temper in
trifles and making scenes in. public;
showing an embarrassing amount of
fondness and making lore in public,
covert sneers, of which people can see
tbo animus if they do not ajways un
derstand the drift; persistent egotism,
which talks forever of itself, itself, it
self, only itself, and cannot even feign
the ino-t passing interest in another;
detraction of friends, and it may bo of
relations a husband, tolling of his
wife's unpleasantness, awifo complain
ing of her husband's faults; tho bold
assumption of superiority, and the ser
vile confession of infinite an worthiness;
all these are signs and evidences of vul-
'garity vulgarity of a far worse typo
than that which eats its fish with a steel
knife, and says "you was" aud "each
of the men were."
"In fact, true vulgarity resolves itself
into that central point of evil -solfish-ness.
The unsclhsh can never bo really
vulgar. They may bo uncouth, but,
they cannot be more; whilo tho best
top-dressing of manner to bo found in
the whole world cannot make tho sub
stance refined, where that ono foul
canker of egotism and indifference to
others lies at the heart of things. The
Washington (Go.) Gazette: Within
the last week or two a very largo vein
of pure load lias been found in the Ma
grudor niino. The first largo ploco tak
en out weighed 200 pounds, and was
sent to tho cotton exposition as a fine
specimen. Hut a day or two after an
other piece was taken out which woighed
8.10 pounds. This was shippod to Au?
gtisia to tho president of tho company,
Since then another largo piece, which
will weigh not less than 800 pounds,
has boon dugout, but has not boon
raised to tbo surface of tho ground.
Tlds is puro load, without rocks oi any
foreign substance, and Is ready for uso
as it conies out of ILo ground.
, A Pioneer's Tight with a Ilogt
Fifty years ago settlers woro very
scarco in Bureau county, III., and wild
hogs worn plonty in tho woods. AMaj.
Chamberlain put up a littlo cabin at tho
edgo of tho timbor somowhoro west of
Honnepm, and kept "bach" ono sum
mer while improving his land. Along
in tho fall ho went over to seo some of
his neighbors about Princeton, anil
spent several days with thorn. When
ho returned lie" found his cabin door
open, and in tho houso under his bod
ho found an old wild boar comfortably
sleeping. Ho tried to rout him out,
when tho boar made a furious- chnrge
on him with his savage tusks gloaming,
and tho doughty major was forced to
tako refugo on top of tho bed. Tho
dog came lo tho reseuo of his master,
but tho boar soon whipped him out and
then champed around the perch where
tho major was trying tokeop out of his
roach. After a long siege tho major
thought ho saw his oppor uuity, and,
jumping down, be ran out of tho door.
But his watchful guard was close after
him and chased him round and round
tho house, following so closely that tbo
major had no time to ( limb up the cor
ner logs, and as the only place of safe
ty he at length ran back into tho house
and got onto the bed again. For prob
ably un hour the hog watched him
there, and then again ho made a break
for out-doors, pursued as before by his
bristly enemy. This time he managed
to get a club, and turning on tho boar
lie pounded him over tho noso while the
dog got iu his work at tho rear, and af
ter a savage light they whipped the hog
and drove him from the field. Tho old
major has long since passed to his rest,
but his descendants still livo in that vi-
I'eoria National Democrat.
There is no niedicino in the world that
equal St. Jacobs Oil. Thousands of testi
monials are received daily from responsible
parties who speak in commendable terms
of it. In a later issue the samo journal re
marked: St. Jacobs Oil is something no
family should be without.
From the Proud Stand-point
sf superior "style," the languid city beauty
surveys the imaginary physical shortcom
ings ot her rustic female cousin. Yet if
the latter possess a liner set of teeth, as she
probably dues if she uses Sozodont, and tbo
metropolian belle does not, that Btriking
contrast so much in her favor enables her
to turn the tables with a vengence. Pearly
teeth are better than "style."
WiiooriNO Cough is successfully treated
by separating the patients beyond hcariog
distance of each other, and by the employ
ment of Fellows' Hypophosphites. Tbe
above named treatment lias been found
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, logs of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Ikv.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I), New York
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, aud all weakness
of generative organs, f 1. 5 for $5. . All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
A Popular Tonic
KOK WKAK I.LNOS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to tbe
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Deliiitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the diseusc, has ever met with tbe
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, liock and Bye." The
repeated and continued sales of tho articlo
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimoriHls from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can lie
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, haviDg a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who aro atllictcd or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, llock
and Bye. Chicago Times.
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmira, N. Y., writes:
"About four years ago I had an attack of
bilious fever, and never fully recovered.
My digestive organs wero'weakened and I
would be completely prostrated for days.
After using two bottles of your Burdock
Blood Bitters the improvement was so visi
ble that I was astonished. I can now
though Gl years of age, do a fair aud reas
onable day's work." ,
Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents, ratil G.
Tiikuk is more strength restoring power
in a AO cent bottle of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of malt or a gallon
of milk. As an apotizer, blood purifier and
kidney corrector, thoro is nothing liko it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invigorant
for mind and body. See other column.
How often persons havo been annoyed by
burrs clinging to their dress or clothing,
and how seldom have they, when cleaning
them, given it a thought that Burdock
root is tho nist valuable blood cleanser
and puiiller known, aud is sold by every
druggist under tbo namoof Burdock Blood
Price 11.00, trial sizo 10 contB. Paul G.
The Bound Unloosed,
t Chas. Thompson, Franklin street, Buffa
lo, says: "I have Buffered for a long ime
with constipation, and tried almost every
purgative advertised, but only resulting in
temporary relief, and after 'constipation
still more aggravated.' I was told about
your (spring Blossom and tried It, I can
now say . I am cured, and though some
months havi elapsed, still remain so. I
shall, however, always koep some on hand
In case of old complaint returning."
Price 60 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Taut
G. Bchuh, Agent.
K TRACK jfc,A.4F
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Dackacho, Soreness of tha Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns end Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on eMrtli equal Ft. Jactibk Oil hi
a n(r,urr. tlmi.lv kiiiI cUtil Ku rtml Kemeiiv.
A trial entail bill tbo oimiitiraUvely tnllinir outlay ,
rxf HA .....I -.. . -( .-M. '
u. v ,., mi, i vvciy tiu nuiiriiiiK villi a.u
can have chetp and pnntlve proof of iu cleans.
Direction in Eleven Ijnipmtrcs.
SOLO B7 ALL TEUQaiSTS AND DEALXBS II
A.VOGELER & CO.,
lialtimorr Md V. A.M
Fellows' 1 1 vpophosphites.
I a combination nf Ih poih'.pblte, originated
by me in Camel Alifle under Hie procci-a ! pu!im
nary coii.umpiion. and which bat since been em
ployed by the medlral profe.alou t broiit'liout Amer
ce and Knitlaiiil with unprn-vrten'rd au'reer.
Il contains the element ea i ntlai to tbe animal
oruani.a:iun, the nxldir.iiit; !' M mid nmli s.
In combination wit 0 tbe .tuiin!ti.'lnt! a.' lit phna
pboru. tioa.ea.lni the iner)l nf le!ni;a!i:.'hlly ulk
line, ami la dicpuiiaed In tbe convenient and palat
able furiii nf a r ytiip.
It eflcict are'iiiiia'ty visible within twenty -four
hour and are marked by a "timtila'iou nf the njij.e
tite. the digestion liud iii.-Uui!lltloli. enterillt! Ul
roctly into the cirnilailun; it lonrx tbe tiervea and
mnaclea; exert a healthy ai t'ou of Hie serreliens;
neither dlMiirb the atumirh norlnjure theayatem
under prolonged use. and may be dir-continucd at
any times without liiriinvenienc ,
In a word ttpriaae.se the "iiimilanta to aroune
the streimtli, the fiiilca tn retain it. and merit ota
liilth debtee. Very reaper ilnl:y,
JAMES I. FELLOWS.
Iff De not be deceived by remedies bearing a
similar n one; no other prep utluuiaa substitute
for this, nider any circumstance.
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It Is Us. (I.
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its policy la clear and concise, aud contalu
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Its CASH RETURNS
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(i KAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The Great Enc-
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putimcv and all
u :arari-a mar iiiijw . .
s a sequence ifAV"
Of self abuse; nr.Tii
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XCULUIL''!. '.11-11 rrsaillH.e . f m t
pali intbe back.4"'" ilJU:iiJ!
dimness of trUlon, premature old ,r0. u d many
other diseases mat leadio iiisanlivj eoneamptlon
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H5-Pt.ll particulars In our pamphlet, which wo
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