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TIIE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Terms ot Hupiorlption.
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Weekly, one year 2 00
Weely. (1 mouthil 1 (HI
ri'iuti of nve or mora fur Waekly bulletin at
one time, pur yuar, $1 60
mviitiAJiLr in dvanm.
All Communications should ha addressed to
E. A. UUKNKTT,
.Publisher and Prwiriotor.
The Oedars of Lebanon.
Tho oricu famous cothr forest of Liibft
non, lonnorly s cxtonuiru, has d win
dim! down to tho dliuonHions of a more
tliicket, numbering uboutfour liundrod
tri'es. To b.'ivo it from complcto de
struction and preserve iL at least la its
present extent, Kustcm Pasha, tho
governor genftrnl of tho Lebanon, ban
issuod a sjtucial ordinance containing
a scries of stringent r'iiliitions ctil
culiitod to ehuclt, if not qnilo put a slop
lo, tlio vandalism and carolossiH.'ss f
mosl travelers. It is expreshly forbid
den to put up tentfl or other kinds of
bholttu' vutliiu tho district of tlio trees,
or to I'r.'ht liros or cook any provisions
in their vicinity. No one U allowed to
break olV a boiih or even a twi from
tho trees. It is forbidden to brio sr. any
beasts of burden, bo they horses, mules,
or ussos, or any other kind of animal,
within tho district Should oxen, hheep,
k'oiit, or other pastnrar cattlo be found
within the procribud limits they will bo
The poor sufferer that has been dosint,'
lumself with so-called Troches and there
by unset his Btcmach without curinir the
troublesome CMKh, should take our advice
and use at once Dr. Bull's Couo.li Syrup
and get well.
, liy tho system which Mr. Siemens
has employed in his new-electric rail
vt ay the motion is coraniunitMted from a
battery moving along electric wires that
are twonty feet above ground. Tho
railway was placed on trial a few weeks
ao m nerlin, ana is declared to uavo
worked with great success.
" lint a rough fellow that huigins
is!" petulantly exclaimed the HopeJiilo
gin, uftera struglo with tho aforcHatd
Snitrnns at "Couenhagcn." "lie near-
Iv smothered nie!" "And did vou ki-s
bim f.r his smother?" asked tLo other
Dll. PlEUCK'i "PLKABA.NT PflMlATlvj
Pellets'1 are sugar-coated and inclosed in
glass bottles, their virtues being thereby
preserved unimpaired for any length of
time, in any climate, so that they are al
ways fresh and reliable. No cheap wooden
or pasteboard boxes. By druggists.
Sophia, HcnlimoT) tally: "I dearly love
to listen to tho ticking of a clock. It
seems to mc that a clock lias a lan
guage of its own!" Mr. Smart: "Yes,
Sophia, tho clock has a language jou
might say, a dial-ect.
As a tonic and nervine for debilitated
women nothing surpasses Pr. Pierce's "Fa
vorite Prescription." liy druggists.
Doing Nothing in a Genteel Manner.
The elderly couple were Mtting oy
Mm table reading by tho drop light, tho
reflection of which just served to bring
out tho silver sheen that had gathered
on their heads with tho passing yeais.
Dropping her eyeglasses for a moment,
alio said, somewhat suddenly: "You aro
ouito suns that George will like his sit-
"Ought to like it. Absolutely noth
ing to So, and quite a good salary at
t,.,"i,(.l " replied the old gentleman.
"Oh. that is so nice! deorgo always
fii.t nothing in such a genteel manner.
I'm Kiiro lie1 11 succeed." And sue com
placently rocked in her chair as sho
thought ol Hie good resmia ui
dor bringing up tho yonth.
J'overtv and Distress.
That novertv which produces the great
est distress is not of the putso but of the
blood. Deprived of its richness it becomes
scant and watery, a condition termed ane
mia In medical writings. Given this con
dition. and scorfulous swellings and sores
pcncral and nervous debility, loss of flesh
and appetite, weak lungs, throat disease,
spitting of blood and consumption, arc
among the common results. If you are a
suderer from thin, poor blood employ
Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discov
ery," which enriches
the blood and
cures theso grave
moro nutritive than
and is harmless in any
system, yet powerful to
cod liver oil
condition of the
cure. Ily drug-
American Cattle for Europe.
Thnro continues lo bo an increase in
tho arrivals nt Liverpool of livo slock
and fresh moat from tho United States
and Canada, What tho percentage of
incroaso is tho foreign papers do not
say further than that it is "very large.
For ono week in October tlio total ar
rivals wuro: Cattlo. 780: aheop, 118;
niinrioru of beef. 6.881: carcasses of
mutton, 034, and hogs, 49. Among tho
hUiamers which contributed to this total
weiotho Soain. with 762 ouarlors of
beef; tho Adriatic, with 600 quarters of
hoof and 150 caroassos of mutton, and
' tho City of Ucrlin, with 481 quarters of
hoof. 103 carcasses of mutton, and 49
pigs. Hut urns from Glasgow do uot
show an incroaso in all things, wimo m
. soino there was a positive falling off.
There wero landed 1,694 live oxen, not
Including 81 that woro killed or lost
overboard, which was a doorcase of 89",
and 622 livo sheep, an advance of 422.
Of fresh moats thoro were fi,228 quart
nrs of hoof, an' Incroaso of 223 ouartors.
and 726 carcasses of mutton, which was
u falling oil of 117 carcasses. Only 2,'
IHX) boxes of cheese wuro landed, a de
crease of 7,GftO boxes. Butter foil off,
1,786 tubs, tho total being 10,780.
ii ii i m i
Dkatii to rati, mice, roaches and ants;
Parsons' Exterminator. Barns, granaries
and households cleared in a single night.
No fear of bad smells. Best and choapost
vermin lillor b tha world. Sold every-
"Brick" Pouieroy Broke Apiin.
It is stated from a source uonsidored
roliabio that I'niek l'oinoroy, who camo
hero Hourly two years ngo and started
tlio publication of a weekly paper, .is
virtually stranded and broko. His also
statod that ho is virtually out of tho
ownership of tho paper which ho started
here. It is lurtliormoro siatoa turn itio
causo of Pomoroy's falluro was extrav
agance. Bomo tirno ago PotiK-roy be
gan tho oreetion of a magniftVcnt man
sion. Work on it is reporlod suspend
ed, as also that ho owes $ l'O.WMJ on tho
mansion, borrowed money for building
puniosos. I'onioroy, since his advent
to Colorado lias been identified with
numerous mining and other enterprises.
Ho is now tho head and front of tho so-
called Atlantic ami Paci'ic Tunnel Com
pany. Tho company is entirely solvent
and tlio work will proceed. This tunnel
is situated sixteen miles northwest of
(ieorgetowu, and is detained to bo about
livo miles long. Ono thousand feet has
boon completed, and has opened up
several mineral veins. It is also staled
that tho Union Pacific Railroad officials
aro negotiating to secure the tunnel as
a part of their railroad system through
theltocky Mountains. 'Tho tunnel, it
completed, is calculated to save about
4U0 miles distance to San Francisco.
Pomeroy's success for tho past two years
has enabled him v receive irom tlio
sales of stuck of this tunnel company
and oi her mining operations nearly or
quito -'0(),(XK). I5ut, inasmuch as none
of these aro paying mins. tho money
winch ho has drawn out ot tlio mines
and expended in his cxtiava.'aiico has
stranded him; but tho paper established
by him is now in good hands, free from
dbt. and will soon bo made an evening
daily. Pomeroy camo Ihto with less
than and in less than one year
thereafter let had an income oti the
sales of mining stocks of fully .V10.000
daily. Frequently his daily mail brought
him tfl.VMW to SL'O.'XXI. AH ot this
rnoncv hasgotm into the mines, except
that which i.o has drawn in his extras
agant operations. Tie' probabilities
are that the Atlantic and Pacific tunnel
entorpris'j will, in another, year put liiiu
on his feet again. It is well known
,hat Pomeroy has no bad habits, neither
drinks nor gambles. Jh.uvtr Lor.
, Companions in Danger.
"Misery," says Shakespeare, "ac
quaints a man with b' range - bod-fellows."
With equal truth may it he said
that a common danger makes even ene
mies companionable. Even the tim'nj
doer and the surly bear seek the society
of man. their nr.tural foe, when both
aro threatened by an impending calam
ity. This tact was vividly illustrated
hv a scenic display during tho terriblo
forest fires which devastated a part of
Michigan. Says a correspondent ot
the Detroit tree. Vies:
The people who sought tho beach o
tho Lake had still to endure much o
tho beat and all of the smoke. Wad
ing out ii p to their shoulders they wero
safe from tho Haiucs, out sparks am
ciiulTs fell like a snow-storm, and tho
smoke was suffocating.
Tho birds not caunut m tho woods
were carried oui to sen uuu uiomieu,
. i . . .. , i ..i
and tho waves havo washed thousands
of them ashore.
Squirrels, rabbits and such small am
mals stood no show at all, but doer and
bear sought the beach and tho company
of human beings.
In r.nn h mall li'Mllod ffOIU
bluff into tho lako. and found himsoll
cIomj behind a largo bear. They ro
mained in company under tho bank
nearly all night, and the bear seemed
as humolo as a dog.
In another instance, two of tho am
mals came out of the forest and stood
clorfo to a well from which a fanner was
drawing water to dash ovr Ins l.onso,
And thev Wero with him lrt hours
In-fore they deemed it pi u lent lo oe
Doer camo out and sought the
:l': panionship of cattlo and hoi-sos
paid uc attention to persons ii
I must thank vou for sendini mo 1
first portrait of Giiitoau which re u hod
Fnndand. hv Mr. V, M. Bell, of Wash
ington. I showed ono to Misi Sr
Marshall, who, by tho way. has kindly
consented to grant mo an intorviow for
The Mail, and who is ono of the aleest
and certainly the mol learned women
in England, if not in tho world. Sho
considered exceptionally accurate as a
pnysiognomisi, aim on .seeing mira .-
face sho said -1 did not show her tho
ii!irno: "Bewaro of that man. llo 13
ni-id. Look at tho ryes: they havo an
u -rlv black rim around them. I hen,
again, thoso awful ears, so thick and
heavy and animal-liko in tho way they
stick out. Tho mouth, too, is evib
That man is cither mad 1 moan has
latent insanity- or ho is a criminal
I uncovered the name "Guitfuu, tno
assassin of President Garfield."
showed tho photcfgi aph, also, to a gen
tlcman couuectod wun tno court, wno
claimed one, in order to send It to her
innlostv. who had recently expresses
personally, tno groiuosi :unnsiuy nu
interest to possess one. In fact, tho
Ih niotit iutisrosU'd m all that con
lhn Uto Gen. Garfield and his
fnmiltf. nnd naturally, of course, is our
ous to soo a photograph of his wretched
assassiu. London Lcucr.
Smart Lawyer and" Oute Witness
A vonnv lnwver of fho city of Prov
,lnni tolls b. storv about himsolf which
is good onotigh to go on record. He
wns trving a "rum case" at Bristol, not
innff ni'o. wlion a wiinoss was put on
tho'staud lo testify to tho reputation of
the nlaco in question, lho witnoss,
Btage-driver, in unswor to a query as to
tho reputation of tho place, replied. "A
rum-shop." Tim lawyer enqumx
Ynn sav it lias t ho reputation of boin
n t-nm.shonP" "Yo. sir." "Whomdi
vminvor hear say It was u rum-sliop?'
i'ho witness didn't recollect of anyone
ho had hoard say so. "What!" said tho
lawyer, "yiu hnvo sworn this placo has
tho reputation of being arum-shop, and
vet vou can't tell of anyone you ever
t.nm'il Rfiv so?" Tho witnoss was stag-
cored for a moment in tho words of
P. , ..l l,l.. I' .mil tlin
ino lawyor. i uuu "" -lawyer
was fooling triumphant, wUou
tho witness gathered hluisolf together,
and qulotiv romarkod, a-iurossingnio
lawyer: "Well, you havo tho reputation
of bolng a very smart lawyer but
novor heard anyone say torFroi
CAIRO, BILLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, ; 1833
A I'I.'he. wholesome distillation of witch
mzcl, American pine, Canada fir, marigold,
lover blossoms, etc., fragrant with the
healing essences of balsam and of pino.
Such i Sanford's Radical Cure for Catarrh
Complete treatment for $1.00.
Tho term Mormon means the
mormon-y you havo tliomoro wives you
can bo sealed to.
Boston can count up 203 women in
that city worth 'over $1,000,000 each.
Thoy gossip, chew gum, whino about
taxes, and aro blamed for keeping
$200,000,000 out of trade and com
merco. The use of ono bottle of St. Jacobs Oil
cured my son, who was very sick with
Rheumatism. This has given the medicine
great name in my neighborhood.
S.P. Bow, Franklin, Pa.
..... - v ii i i
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Cclebratod Elec
tro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to young men
and other persons afllicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
pcedy relief and, complete restoration ot
igor and manhood. Also for Jiheuma-
tisni, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
'Pour on Oil."
L. P. Folk-tt. Marion, O., states that he
has used Thomas' Eclectric Oil for burns,
and has found BOthing to equal it in sooth
ing the pain and giving relief. Paul G.
fens of thousands of dollars are souader-
ed yearly upon traveling quacKs, wno go
from town to town prolesaing to cure all the
ills that our poor humanity is heir to. Why
will not the public learn common sense,
and if they are suffering from dyspepsia or
liver complaint, invest a dollar in Spring
Blossom, sold by all druggists and indorsed
liy the faculty. See tea imouials.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
A Significant Fact.
The cheapest medicine in U90 is Thomas'
Eclectric Oil, because so very little of it is
required to effect a cure. I or croup, diph
theria. and diseases of tho lungs and throat,
whether used for bathing the chest or throat,
for taking internally or inhaling, it is a
matchless compound. Paul G. Schuh, Agt.
It Heads the List
of all other preparations or medicines. In
canes of nausea, headache, dizziness or ir
regularities of tho system, Burdock Blood
Bitters have no equal. They never fail in
affording immediate relief.
Prxe 1 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G
Never to Late too Mend.
Thus. S. Arden, William street, East Buf
falo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom has
tnirVfvi on me snl(ndid. 1 had no annetite
i -- 1
rVed to sleep badly and get up m the morn
P r x .jt l .v. . r..
ing uniremeu , uiy urenui was very uiuaiamc
and I suffered from severe headache; since
using your Spring Blossom all these symp
torn 8 have vanished and I feel quite'well."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N.Y- writes: "I
havo used your Burdock Blood Bitters for
nervous and bilious headaches, and have
recommended them to. my friends; I believe
them superior to any other medicine I have
used, and cau recommend them to any one
requiring a cure for bihou.-ness.
Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul U
Will you buffer with Dyspepsia an
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalized
guaranteed to cure vou. Paul G. Schuh
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiioh s Cure. e guarantee it
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 1
Send tor circular of new stylo of Hopper
Scilo with Leveling attachment. Borden,
8-llcck A Co., St. Louis. (2)
Fkvkk8 and lnteruiitteiits of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
Sleepless nights mado miserable by
that tciriblo cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
Tub beauty and color of tho hair may bo
safely regained by using Parker's Hair
Balsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, clearliness and dandruff eradicat
Catakhh cuued, health and sweet breath
Bccurod by Shiloh's Catarrh licraody. Prico
35 ceuts. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
A Popular Tunic
FOK WEAK LUNOS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for tho relief and euro of
Coughs, Colds, Soio Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of tho disease, has ever met with tho
indorsements of phyi-toians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Hock and Rye." Tho
repeated and continued sales of tho article
everywhere aro the best evidenco of its real
merits. Letters and testlmonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic nnd healing effects, are in
possession of tho proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince tho' most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all thoso who aro nfllictcd or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to bo secured by tho uso of Tolu, Rock
and ltye. Chicago Times.
Thkhh is moro strongth restoring power
In a 50 cent boftlo of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of malt or a gallon
of milk. At an apeti.er, blood purifier and
kidney corrector, thoro is nothing like it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invigorant
for mind and body, See other column. .-
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. 6 for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
'liarmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Fapkd or gray hair gradually recovers its
youthful color and lustro by the uso of
arker s Hair Balsam, an elegant dressing,
admired for its purity and rich perfume.
Fun lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
orous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers 1!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teethi It so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. 1 here is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
icalth to the child, operating like magic.
t is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
hysicians and nurses in tho United States.
Bold evoreywlicre. 25 cents a bottle.
Siuum's Couon and Consumption Cure
ig sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 6
Wiiooh.no Cough is successfully treated
by separating tho patients beyond bearing
distance of each other, and by the employ
ment of follows Hypophosphitcs. Tlio
above named treatment has been found
Shiloh's VrrAMZF.it is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.' Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul O. Schuh,
Go to Paul O. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Cuoup, Whooping Couon and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 8
Indian Blood Syrup.
C DEES is
IlvMM'iislu. Liver His
faseii, ever and Amin
art PIki-hhc. Hlllniih
ik'kh, Nervous Debility
THE I'.KST UEMKDY KNOWN' TO MAN I
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870
Thl Svrup pOHHi-e hi'k vnried properties: It dim
niuti'B tlio plj'Hlliio In the unllvu, winch converts
inn KliiriU nnd niijiir of llio food Into lmucohb. A
dollrluncy in ptyniino cuiKcf wind and nouriii( ol
tlio fooil in u,o iHoiimch. If the uioillcln j Mian
Immi'illuk'ly iiftcr eating, tlie furruuutallon ol loed
It aeU upon the Liver,
It acts upon the Kidneys,
H Regulates the Howeln,
It Purities the lilnod.
, It (JnlelH the Nervous 8yteiu,
It l'mnmies Dicentlon,
It Ntiui lsln'8, StreiiKtlieus and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Worn! ami makes New,
It Opeui the Pores of the Skin and 1 nil uees
U neiilrnllsi'S tho hereditary taint, or polHon in
the Mood, vtlilili Kinurah Scrofula, KrvHlpclatt,
and all maunur of Mktn DUeanui and luiorual hu
mor. Tin' re are no cpirltK employed In Ho manufacturo
nml it c nn Iki tukun by Ihu moet dvllcntu habo, or by
tho ed and fct-lilu, care only buiUK required In at
tvutl u to dlructiom.
Gliilva, Ilonry County, Ills.
I wsMtiflVrlng from Kick Headache and Dlr.I
tiena ro that I rniiM tint attend to my hdUKi'tiDlrl riu
tie, and a nhort trial of Dr. L'lark Jolnwou'i Iudl
au Blood Syrup cUVcWallv eun'd me.
SIM. 11KLEN ELKINS.
Waternnm station, DoKulb Co., Ills.
Thin In to certify that I)r Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Kvrup lux run d mo of Valu In tho fluek. It
la a valuable unidlcino. SiM W'OUD,
Centre 11111, Whlto Co., Ark.
Till" Mo certify Hint 1 was nflllcted with Palpi
tnvlun of the Ui'iirt for many yeurs I tried diller
etit doctors, whoo pniBcrtpllona tended more to
weaken mo lliati thuy did to etrerittllien. 1 i luxt
t t Iveil to try Dr. Clark Johnson h Indian Illood
Nyrup, which proved to he u tiosltlvo cnr not on
ly curluif the Heart Dlxenne, hut also Kick Head
ach which had been troubling m.
I was amirted with Liver Complaint and Oyspep.
sla and failed to (tut relief, although using tnudl
clues from our bent doelurs. I cominuiired tin lug
I)r. Johnson's Indian Wood Hvrnp, and n short trial
cured ma, T. W. KIS1NU, ilollne, 111.
Till rortlfloi that Dr. t;lrk Johnsnn's Indian
Illood Hyrup has vil'ectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cau not he said In praise of It.
W. B. W1MMKU, Dedford, Mo.
Aifont wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
dyrnp m ovury towu or vllluuo, In which 1 have no
agonl. Particulars given ou application.
UHUQQIHTB BBLL IT. .
' , Ll)lonrnwst,8dst.,H.T.Cftor.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
For coughs, co!iln,soru throat, brouchitlit. anthma.
throat, CUt'Ht and luiii(K.
i --g!.iji.i. L-wMi-t ;.k, ,. a,. ... .
Balsom of Tolu
but It has never been so advatitaKeoualy compounded as In the celebrated Tolu, Hock and Kvo, la d
diilon to Its soottiinir Ilalsamic properties, It att'ords a dill'iislve stiuulunt and tonic, to bnild up tho
f sit-in nfterthecoui.'h has hei'ti rellevud.
fir PUT If IN QUART SIZE D0TTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE 81.00jaa
Cy lyVif) XT 1 Do nit he deceived by
UYKJ 1 lul , place of our Tolu, HocR
the genuine has a private die proprietary wt limp on
The TOLU, UOCK and IiYE CO., Proprietors, 41 Kiver street, Cliicawo, 111.
Sold iiv Duugolsts, Grocers and Dealeks Everywhere.
NEW A I) V E IITI S K M K N TS .
Fort on ! Am'ntH wrttnouti-k 1 T'Trltwy friw.
Sentiivly m'w lii-nt Felllhif art!risi'Ot. l'ropf-tl-
IHK eelts lur iieran ami nil nwMiiea. mae.
tnutlblu fa: h I'nnl ant a perfect HonrSprinK.
Tlio 1'. T. tuUed W ire U.l Co, SiU 7th Jl e. J . V.
Sr. S. Silsbo' s E stomal PiloRemedy
Glreilnotar.ti'ellel and l an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
PnM r.y Drv.nrtP-.i'evrmrtiere. l'rti e,t.iJper box
fir'pn: Itiy in ii 1 1. b:imj.,-n Bent fret lo l'hyelelana
antinllsulf' r ra.hy V N'-nstaeifierft Co. ltoxDvlt
(iow 1'orkcltj. bulvluuuuliuiluriraot"lnaiUi.a
AliEAUTIKCI. OKfiAN, the "Mozart," New
Styles, No. li.OOn, T, stops, 10 full acts, ytildun
totiKiio reeds, solid wulnut Hlubee polished cae,
New and valuublu Improvements Just ailded. Htool,
book, music. Hoied and delivered on board cars
here, price only M on, net cunh. Hatlxfiictiou
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o $:tno. State papervon saw this ad
Have Signed or Endorsed the
JJftaara.Beabury & John son, Bbtnnfaxstw t
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GentUman :-ror tha paurt few ysartw
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external use, '
y wnwon'a Crtpelwe Tnr is 4 RWmlna
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When other remedies fail cat a
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