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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
FaTii i n the II e a d , yd t Kii d nil sensation in
(Fo15ok ptirt7Piiiu"iiiiier the ahouUlor
ilRJfullm)aafU' resting1," w ith a dinin
cTiiiahoiTToexertibrrofbody or mimi,
lrnuibilifycf temper, Low spmts, Loss
STmemctha fwllrig of hAvlnic net?:
Jectod some dutj', weariueae, l)isr.ine
MutteririspoX theueart, I)pUjefore tha
eyesYellow r5kfii71iidacb.e, KewtlegB.
ceBiiighCTiiglily colored Urine.
IF THISE W AE5IKG8 ARE UNHEEDED.
SERIOUS DISEASES KILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT8 PILtS r especially ndaptnl to
auch fit',ine doao fleets iuhmliaiig
of feeling tu tonlh tin sufferer.
TueylrrrRWtl. Appetite, mid cams the
nuly to Tufc. on . Kii fhe system t
S,rtn-l.aiil hvtp4rToot- artinann lh
lltmtiteMncan. llfWlnrNlmih are trn
. , diuftl 1'rti'e evnia. 3A Morrny S. M.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Obv lUisjorWmsKKiuctmngMi toaOtossY
HiM-K ly a slnt'te tiUi atiim tif Uilt. 1VK. It
Imparts a imturul color, a. u IiisUimmooualy,
bold byDjufciHsor wnl I'J t sprirt on receipt of fl.
1 Office, 35 Murray St. A New York.
t Dr. Tfrrs DM Kh tt ylM Ijifhrmsk t4 k
IUkAiI iU k. uM Hill a wHM1!
' Sprain, Hums caK Hrtilrs, Mire
" ue. KljetinirttNm, ItolN, I leers Old
Mir', Toothnche, Headache, store
Tlutmt, Antliiua, Hoaixnei,
ir., A.r., Ax.
JFSTIJr P. rTLTOS, D. P., Brooklyn, S..Y.
Proving itself to be a uwokmit in our humo."
P. A. WF.STEBVELT, B. !.. Xnshvillo. Tenn.
" Havo used lartfe cjufcutitlo of POND'S EXTRACT
In my practice."
In. S. U. Mct'ORD. Matron. Homo of Dwtituto
Children. " Wo hud it most ufticaciona and n-w
t'JHttlon.-I'ONnfl EXTRACT U sold on.'y In
bottles with tho nanio blown In th p,las.
fir It in unsafe to uxo other article with our
directions. Insist on having PO.ND'3 EXTRACT.
Refuse all Imitutlons aud ftubstitutos, ,
BPEfTAL PRKrTlIvflUNfJ OF POND'S
lJUCT COMHLNKD wriTI TITR l-rUEST
AND MOST DKUCATK PKKKCSlia
I'OU IAJJUJ' iOUDOIli.
TolM ( ream 1.00
, Up Kalya 5
Toilet Snap 'J cakeu) fit)
..our., $1.00 and $1.7.".
Catarrh ( urn 75
Inhaler (OlamSOo.) 1.00
Kaial Nrrlnw 5
Jliilii-at'(l aj)er... 5
Ordtra amounting to $5 worth, sent expronsfres
on recipt of money or p. O. order.
O"0pb New Vami-bi.ft witu Histobt ot oyn
rilWAJUTlOM, Br.NI 1'UEK ON AWL1CAT10X tO
POND'O EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. Hth 6t.. Wuw York.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and waTy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair most nso
LYON'S KAT'IAIltON. This
decant, cbeap article alwavs
malies tho Hair prow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ncss, removes dandruff and
itching, makes the Hair
6trong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the suro
result of using Katliairon,
If 70S are Buffering with Kervnis llebllltv or
any disease or symptom, wearing on bud or
Ulnd, cawing yon to feel gloomy, despondent,
enroas, timid, fna'etlul or unfit for bulneis.
no tnstter wbnt may have been the original
cans of yonr dlaesse or symptoms, or to whom
yon have applied fur help without jotting relief,
yon can be cured of all your dUnereealile sjnin
ioma, and folly restored to perfect pbynlcal health
In the shortest popsible t'.Jie. Having ifuriug the
past twenty-nve years mnile the study and treat
inentof diseases of the Hind and Merman Kjtem
a specialty, aud having cured such a large num.
, bar of rases, mnuy of whom (after expending
hondreda of dnllup-) had been given up as In
curable, we nw oiler our service aud treatment
to the afflicted at price wilbin their resell. Con
sultation either personally or by letter free and
eoefld.Btlal. I'lUteuU at a distance by giving a
statement of their cumi, or by iiiiMwe.rlugquestlons
(which will he sent to an) adiliess on receipt of
tump to prepay poatuge) can be treated as well
by letter as at office. We prcparv aud furulsb to
patients our own medicines. Address
M AJJlbON Dlai'ibAKY, iajl bouth Clark 8S
If yoo nni a
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enedhyt'i" simin nf
jour diitins svoid
stimulants and us
nlu'it win k, t.i re.
1.,1-u liMilii ii.rvi. iljhI
wwu, mm Hop B.
KUffertiiir frrtin any Wi
tlon i If yni are nir-
If jrna are yoenir snd I
iti'rvl4on r ill-ll
rll or sliwK ol'l or
Ku.nk.y.Hh or uutLruihtl
Inif on a bed of sick-
nuu, rely o Hop
wh.vir you f -el
UiaA your synt'in
SJIwdS cUIMtllK' V'"'
ins; or UnmWI"(r,
wit boat ntriea'(fc
HioiiMO;ieti ule an
puully from soui.
n.riii hi k i a ney
rlimaiM, Unit uiliht
jlM.vs tlleli pneuu4
ny a mm-iy uiiuoi
Have yon rfls-
D. I. O.
is an alianlute
hie ear fur
lliw or turrvm
mrad tf yi'MUM
IIM9 Ul lipillUI,
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fife. It nae
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A d vcrtiiiing Katoil
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Habauquuntinsertion,. pvr square 50
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Otiltnarloa and resolution! passed by aoUetiea
ten cents per line.
Deaths aud murrlaees free
Klnt Insertion, per qnaw $160
S'ibvtHinciit Insnrtloni 1 nO
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Dixplayvd adrertlavmenl will he charged accord
mi; to the space occupied, at aboya rates Ibera be
In" twelve lines of solid type to the lncn.
iurKuiaraiiTeriiire we oaer inpertor indoce-nn-n
both as to rati! of charges and manner of
i pplaylng their favors.
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O. t NtfWHPnner Advertlsine Bareaa. tlO 8Drur.e
stru. t ;vcheie advertl.lnt contracts may be made
f r It In New Yon.
Cotamunications upon luhjccts of general Interest
to the public are at a!) times acceptable. Rejected
manuscripts will not be letnrned.
Leiter. and coram bicauonsthonldbe addressed
E. A. Uurnett, Culro, Uiluols-
Vli:i? Sevt'n dollars for this! Wliv,
Ton onlv thargcJ mo $2.50 for th.it linn
lat nil pieco ou the wall there." Great
anU: 'Exactly so. Th:it little bit in
hfirj'l is diiiio in waU-r-colitr. They
conic hic'i uow od account if the rccctit
tiivihrU.'' . . v
I)u. Pierck's "Pleasant PciuiATivE
PEU-tTs" are sugar-coated and inclosed in
glass bottles, their virtues U-ing thereby
preserved unimpaired for any length of
time, in any climate, so that they are al
ways fresh and reliable. No cheap tvooden
or pasteboard loxes. Dy dnitryista.
Gtozzt Law's Beginning,
GiH'rv-1 -aw, who tlied a millionaire,
Ik -iran b'e in Try. N. Y., without a
fri. nd in the world. Oue day. while
pas-in along: River street, a hod-carrier
who wa c.rryi!); bricks for the niiLsons
on an unlini-hed buildinjr fell from the
ladder and broke his lew. Youiifr I-:tw
MepjK'd ttp to the fuivman and said:
"Can I have that man's place?" "Did
you ever carry a hod?" aked tho fore
man. "No." "You will break your
li r, and ierha)S your neck." "1 will
rtiu tho .risk," said George Law, and
from tiiis beginning ho became one of
the wealthiest builders in tho United
States, always "running risks," but for
many years every thing he touched turned
As a tonic and nervine for debilitated
women uothing surpasses Dr. Pierce's "Fa
vorite Prescription." By druggists.
M. Carriere has invented an instru
ment for storing the sun's heat much
the same way as clivtrieily Is stored,
lie collects the sun's heat by means of
powerful lenses, and transfers il to a box
where it is kept by means of non-conducting
Take her," said the fond father, put
ting his daughter's hand in that of tho
bashful youth beside him; "take her,
and trv to be happy. I shall miss her
when she's gone, but 1 can't ciy ovor it;
elio's too tremendously like her mother."
Poverty and Distress).
That poverty which produces the great
est distress is not of the purse but of the
blood. Deprived of its richness it becomes
scant and watery, a condition termed ane
mia In inodical Writings. Given this con
dition, and scorfubus swellings and sores,
general 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
sufferer from thin, poor blood employ
Dr. Pierce s ''Golden Medical Discov
ery," which enriches the blood and
ures these grave affections. Is
more nutritive than cod liver oil,
and is harmless in any condition of tho
system, yet powerful to cure. Dy drug
A Great Naphtha Tire.
Although theexisteuee of the naphtha
springs in the neighborhood of ltaku,
Russia, lias been known for centuries,
it is only within the last ten years that
measures have been taken for realizing
their production, by using it for light
ing purposes. From omi of the chief
wells tho liouid shoots up us from a
fountain, ami has formed a lake four
miles long and one and a quarter wide.
Its depth is, however, only two feet, so
that in very hot summers' it is nearly
This enormous snrfaeo of inflamma
ble liquid recently became ignited, nnu'
presented an imposing speetacle, the
thick black clouds of smoke being lifted
up by the lurid glare of the central col
umn of flame, w hich rose to a great
height. The smoke mid heat were such
as to render a nearer approach than one
thousand yards distance impracticable.
Suitable means for extinguishing the
fire were not at hand, and it was feared
that tho conflagration would spread un
derground in such a manner ns to cause
an explosion. This supposition led
many inhabitants of the iniinediato vi
cinity to remove to a safer distance.
The quantity of naphlha on lire was es
timated at four and a half million cubit;
feet. Tho trees and buildings within
three miles distance were covered with
thick soot, aud this unpleasant deposit
appeared ot) penons' clothes, and won
on the food in tho adjacent houses.
Not only was tho naphtha itself burn
ing, but tho earth which was saturated
with it was also on lire, nnd ten large
establishments, founded at great ex
pense for tho development (f tho trade
in the article Were destroyed, The lire
ceased of itself unexpectedly, and thus
the fears of a total destruction of tho lo
cal naphtha industry Lave been ulhiycd.
Death to ralti, mice, roaches and ants:
Parsons' Extiiiiinator. Barns, gmnarlo
and households cleared in a single nlgU
No fear of bad smells. Best and cheapest
vermin killer in tho world. Bold every-'
TIIE DAILY CAIRO BLIXETIN:
Tho nntivcH of India Bay that tho bay
bird lights up her nest with firellies.
Tho toiiinlo plaut is avoided by ear
wigs, caterpillars, aphides, slugs and
. Tho part of tho human body which
shows tho greatest variety of color is tho
iris of tho eyo.
A wire 400 feet long can bo niado
from ono grain of silver. Such a wire
Id liner than human hair.
King Alfred used to measure time by
a device of twelve candles, graduated so
as to burn two hours each.
A large boa in the zoological gardens
in London swallowed a blanket, and
disgorged it a thirty-threodays.
From animal remains it is concluded
that Great Britain was atonetimo con
nected with tho mainland, and tho Eng
lish channel was dry.
Resonance in public halls can bo mod
ified or prevented by stretching wires
across the ceiling, so that tho vibrations
aro absorbed, conveyed from ono wire
to another, and spread ovor tho build
ing. Tho largest room in tho world under
oue roof and unbroken" by pillars, is at
St.. Petersburg. By day it is used for
military displays; by night for a vast
ball-room. Twenty thousand wax tap
ers aro required to 1'ght it.
There is a tract of country in Califor
nia, about tiftecn miles long by half a
mile in width, wl.Vo lightningf strikes
trees nearly every time a storm passes
over. Outside- of this strip there is no
such damage. The lino can be plainly
traced by dead timber. As many as
three fin's have been caused by light
ning in this tract in ono single storm.
An Elmira clergyman reports that tho'
war on mutilated coins has been a gixid
thing for the contribution-box. A man
who has tried in vain to pass a half-dollar
with a hole in it finally gives up in
despair and drops it into the Sunday
collection, to which he was formerly il
the habit of contributing nothing, or a!
most a dime. Such coins tho churchci
8ell as bullion, at an average reduction
of 5 per cent, of their face value, much
to the advantage of foreign missionaries'
and pour people at home.
How a Lawyer for the Defence "Got His
Down in an extremely rural district
of Arkansas an old man was arrested
for stealing a hog. Tho proof va.i pos
itive, and the couit was surprised when
tho plea of not guilty was introduced.
Tho lawyer for tho defence, a man well
k'.iown for his trickery rather than his
abilitf , seemed particularly desirous of
selecting a jury that would not show
partiality in decision. The prosecuting
attorney, a young and inexperienced
man, agreed to every juryman selected
by the defence, aud tho judge, although
he might have thought that tho defoneo
stepped over tho bounds of judicial
courtesy, said nothing. The arguments
were concluded, leaving in tho minds
of the pcoplo no doubt as to tho ver
dict, for ono of the witnesses, a man
whoso word no one could dispute, sworo
that he saw tho defendant when he
stole the animal. The jury retired, and
after a few moments returned a verdict
of not guilty, in exact opposition to tho
charge of tho court
When the court adjourned, tho judge
approached tho lawyer for tho defence
'Look here, my friend, I never hea' d
of such a verdict. I cannot, as an im
partial disseminator of justice, allow
so flagrant an outrago to bo perpetrated
on this community. That man is ns
guilty as Judas, but if you will tell mo
the secret of tho acquittal, I'll allow tho
verdict to pass."
"You see, judge, somo of tho jnry
men was rather young and somo rather
' "Yes, but what docs that siguify?"
"Jt signifies that I run in the old
man's twelve sons on tho jury." Liltle
A Dog's Senso of Small
Have you ever observed how really
wonderful is the dog's sense of smell?
Anaeharsis (says his happy owner)
knows nie, when I am dressed in clothes
h never saw before, by his nose alone.
Let me get myself up in a theatrical
costume and cover my face with a mask,
yet ho will recognize me by some (to us)
undisoovcrable perfume. Moreover, ho
will recognize the saruo odor as clinging
to my clothes after they have been taken
off. If I shy a pebble on the bench, he
can pick out that identical pebble by
scent among a thousand others. Even
the very ground on which 1 have trod
den retains for him Homo faint memento
of mv presence for hours afterward.
The blood-hound can track a human
scent a week old which argues a deli
cacy of nose almost incredible to human
nostrils. Similarly, too, if you watch
.Anaeharsis at this moment, you will seo
that he runs up and down tho path,
Mulling nway at every stick, stone and
plant, as though ho got a separate and
distinguishable ; scent out of every ono
of liiein. And so he must, no doubt; for
if even tho earth keeps a perfume of the
person who has walked over il hours be
fore, surely every object about us must
have some faint smell or other, cither
of itself or of objects which have touch
ed it. Therefore thosmells which ruako
.up half it dog's picture of life must bo
successive and continuous.
A Military Execution In Vienna,
The exocniion recently of a soldier of
the line for shooting his corporal, which
took place in the barracks of thu Thirty
hceond regiment, at Vienna, was a some
what sinister nil air. According to cus
tom the major of tho regiment and two
captains wont early on tho niorniii'r fixed
for the execution to ask tho militnry
governor of Vienna if ho would grant
the condemned man a pardon, and oa
meeting with a refusal they returned to
the barracks aud ordered him to boded
out to execution. A gibbet was eroded
in a corner of tho barraek-squaro, and
the condemned man was led up to it,
and his forage-cap wus takeu off his
bead, by way of showing that ho no
longer belongc'd to tho army. The exe
cutioner who had been called did his
work so clumsily that tho unhappy man
was Htriigghnir for nearly ten infnutOH.
nnd when life was extinct and tho body
u;ri neen cut uown, mo oxeeuuonor re
marked: "Now that tho work is done.
u drink of something will bo very ac
ceptable." Two soldiers fainted while
their comrade was in nts again tUroos.
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1,882
F. II. Drake's Sufferings.
V. If .Drake. Eso..DotroiL Mich., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disoaso,
which nnneured on his hands, head and face.
and noarly destroyed his eyes. The most
carctul doctoring Jailed to neip mm, anu
after all had failed he used tne uuueura
f ft.li.H nnrifW. .ntfrn&Hv. Cutf-
itMJwin i v. f w r i
cura and Cuticura Soap (tho great skin
cures) externally, and was cured, and bag
remained perfectly won io mis uay.
Guilty of Wrong5.
K.min nnnnli liavn A fashion of COnfusinff
excellent remedies with the largo mass of
"patent medicines," and In this they aro
guilty of wrong. There aro somo adver
tised remedies fully worm an tnai is asKco.
for them, and ono at least wo know of-llop
Bitters. Tho writer has had Occasion to
use tho Bitters in just such a climate as we
have most of tho vear in Bsy City, and has
always found them to bo tirst class and re
liable, doing all that is claimed for them.
"My Back Aches So,
and I fed miserable," said a hard working
man. Hie doctor questioned mm anu
found that ho had been habitually costive
for veurs. that now his kidnevs were dis
ordered and his whole system deranged.
Iviilney-YYort was recommended and lattu
fully taken and in a short time every
trouble was removed. Tho cleansing and
tonic power of this medicine on tho bowels
and kidneys is wonderful. Congregation-
UNMKK AIXOTHKK HAItt DKE88IN0,
is the be6t for promoting the growth of and
beautifying tho ha:r, and rendering it dark
and glossy. The Cocoaine holds, in a li
quid form, a large proportion of deodorized
C'ocoanut Oil, prepared expressly lor tnis
purpose. No other compound possesses the
peculiar properties which so exactly suit
the various conditions of the human hair.
The superiority of Burnett's Flavoring
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
Skin Diseases Cured.
By Dr. Frazics's Magic Ointment. Cures
as if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on the faco,
leaving the skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers ami 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. Tho
most careful doctoring failed to help Iiim,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fra-
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured by a
tif The fi:st and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
Henkv. & Co., Sole Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles. Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure cure. Price $ 1.00, by mail. For sale
For sale by Geo. h. O Hara.
KfCUAiiosoN & Co., Wholesale Agts.
No More Hard Tinics.
If you will stop spending so much on
finje clothes, rich food and style, but good
healthy food, cheaper and bettor clothing;
get more real and substantial things of life
every way, and especially stop the foolish
mbit 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, pure remedy, Hop
Bitters; that cures always at a trifling cost
and you will see good times and have good
that are always wetting their beds oucht
not to be scolded and punished for what
they cannot help. They need a medicmo
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 get it for them. Exchange.
The beauty and color of the hair may be
safely regained by using Parker's Hair
Balsam, winch is much admired for its
perfume, clearlinuss and dandruff eradicat
Foil lamu back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 5
From the Proud Stand-poiut
sf superior "style," tho languid city beauty
surveys the imagiuury physical shortcom
ings of her rustic female cousin. Yet if
tho latter possess a finer set of teeth, as she
probably does if she uses Sozodont, and the
metrnpolitian belle does not, that striking
contrast so much in her favor enables her
to turn the tables with avengence. Pearly
tectn aro better than "style.
To all who aro HuH'ciintr from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recino that will euro vou. free
of charge. This grout remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, INew York
Simon's Couuii and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
Sumption. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent. 0
WnooriNO Cough is successfully treated
by separating the patients beyond hearing
distance of each other, and by the employ
ment of Fellows' Hypophosphitcs, Tho
abovo uanied treatment has been found
Sim,ou'B Vitatjzkk is what vou need for
Constipation, Lobs of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Pnco 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul G. Bchub,
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freoman's
New National Dyos. For brightness and
durability of color aro unequalud. Color
from 3 to a pounds. Directions in fcngnan
and German. Price 19 cents. -
Cuour, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Bhilou'i cure
Paul U. Bcnun, Agoni. . o
k ate; linn
Nouralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quins, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, 3urns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and Ears, and all other Paint
No Preparation nn oarth equals Pt. Jacobs Oil as
a fie, sure. imple and rlirap Ex tern h1 Keniedy.
A trial entails but tho crimpurullvely trilling outlay
of 50 Cente, anil every one Mifleriiig with paia
caa have cheap and punitive proof of lis claiaub
Directions In Eleven language.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND SEALERS II
A.VOGEUSR & CO.,
Haltinuire, Md.. V. Af.
Is a combination of IIvrinDhiisDhiteii. originated
by me In Camilla while under the process of pulmo
nary consumption, and which has since been em
ployed hy the medical profession throUL'hout Amcr-
ca and Kngland with unpruceiU'UO.d success.
it contains the elements cs-vnttal to the animal
organization, the oxidizing agents and tonics.
In combination with the stiinula'.liig aent phos
phorus, possessing thi) merit of being slightly alka
line, and is dispensed in the convenient ana palat
able fiirmof a syrup.
Its effects are usua'ly visible within tw enty-four
hours and are marked by a stimulation of the appe
tite, the digestion aud a-simiiation, entering di
rectly into thn circulation; it touss the nerves and
muscles: exerts a healthy action of tliesectetluns;
neither disturbs the stomach nor injures the system
under prolonged use. and muy lie discontinued at
any time without iiironvi'nlence.
In a word It possesses the stimulants to arouse
the strength, the tonics to retain it, and merit of a
high degree. Very respectf iliv.
J AJUttS i. r r.Li.ow s.
Mr De uot bo deceived hy remedies hearing a
similar mime; no other preparation Is a substitute
for this, indcr any circumstances.
YOU SALE tiY UHI GGISTS.
M.f Z v. 'j'"' " T-vfrr
yoo snfTerfrnm dyspepsia, ns e
IIUROUCK BLOOD B1TTEUS.
If you arc afflicted with biliousness, use
If you aro prostrated with sick he ailaceu, take
BL HDOCK BI.0O1) BITTERS
If your bowels arc disordered regulate them with
UlU COCK BLOOD I11TTEKS.
If your blond Is Impure, purify it w ild
BUKDOCK BLOOD BITTFH8
If yon have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
BUKDOCK BLOOD BITTEUS.
If you are troubled with spring compla. nts, eradi
cate them with BUUDOCK BLOOD BITTEUS.
If your liver is torpid restore H to" healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver ts aflectod you will find a share restor-
atlvoin BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have any species of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If you bavo any slmptoms of ulcers or scrofulous
sores, a curnttvu remedy will bo found In .
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
"or fmpsrtlnfi strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can equal BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous aud General Debility, tone np the
system with 'BUUDOCK BLOOD BITrEItS
l'hie fl Mta bottle; Thialhottlks, IOuts,
FOSTER, MILBTJItN & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
ForialobyrAULCl.BCIIUII, ' )
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDCINE.
TRAD! MARK. Tho Great Eng
lish remedy, An
unfailing cure for
"'1.V yPsfV nirmut..t'hi,t tin
Sotency nnd all
as a seqnenco
of sulf-abuse; asA
Bofore TaluncnnivorsallHaslttiduifi.,.- irvwi--b0ttln
In the back.MCer
I D U if T'T L, .
Almnsss of vision, premature old agn, and msny
othor diseases that luad to insanity,) consumption
or a premature grave.
MflTKull piirtloulnrHAln onrpiimphlut, which we
dusiao to send true bv mall to evurvomi, HfThe
Specific Medicine is sold bv all druggists at 1 per
Kacman, or six packages for 5, or will be sent free
V nmUon receipt of the monev, bv addressing. -TUB
GRAY MEDICINE CO.,
Sold la Cairo bv Paul . Bchuh. .
120 Broadway, New York,
i DOES TDK
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOKLb.
It atone issues
SliptllsUug that tho contract of Insurancj, '!,. o
uu umv-jiuu nr n in iuk-o years old,
rj ' ""ievi VI SUSJ14I RUtyfJ nil
- " Hul l ii in mi'.u jdui
and that such policies shall ba
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
its policy Is clear and eonciso, and contains
N. B.-KKAD YOUR POLICIES. Compare tho
short and simple form used by the Equitable wlih
tnu long and obscure, contracts haded down with
lechulialitles lstuud by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy Loldvrs are
N. B. Bco the many letters from policy holder
exprss.lng their gratification with the returns from
their ToxrisM Savixu. r enu 1'oi.iciss.
Ilwauso of itu
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invented, nearly
K. A. BURNETT. A sent.
Office, comer 12th and Washington.
Rovembcr H, lssi. midw
f r r Great chance to n.aLe inon
J W M I 1 y. Those who always tako
I J I II i I I advsutageof the good fliau
l J ll 1 -ces to make money that are
w offered, generally become
. wealtt y, while thos who do
not improve such chances remin tn poyetcy. Wo
want many men, women, boys and girls to work foi
us right io their own localities. Any ore can do
the work properly (rem the Srst start. The bust
ncss will par more taau ten time ordinary wagus.
Expensive, outfit furnished free. o onewhoeaga
ges fails to maks money rapidly. Yon can devut
your who'.e time to the work, or on;y your sparu
moments. Full Information and all that Is nedsd
sent free. Address SllnsoD at Co., I'oitlsnd, Maine.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JjjUREKA! EUREKA! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFK IXSUB
' AKCE CUMrAMES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized JuIt Mth, 1877, Under the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
0, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
. Medical Adviser
.1. A. GOLD9TINE...
J. J. GORDON
JOHN C. WHITE
II. LEIGIITON, I., h. THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. r. PITCHER,
J. 8. McUAHEY.
William Htratton, of Strntton A Bird, wholesalo
grocers; Paul O. Schuh, wholesalo and retail drug
gist; Hazen Leigh ton, commission merchant ; J as.
8. McOahey, lumber dealer; J. J. (lordou, phys
ician; J. A. Goldmine, of Guideline & Rnseiiwaler,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Wm.F. Pitch
er, general agent; Henry B. Ellis, city printer and
book blndA; Chosley Haynes, Cooper; Jno. (J.
While, assHTant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In four and craln: V. llross. tirosl-
dent Alexaudet County Bank; O. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Closo, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attoriiov at
law; I.. 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; VV. V
Kussul, contractor and builder; O. T, Itudd
agent O. St. L. tN. O. rallaoad;MoNes Phillips, rar
poutcr; H. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
llev. J. Spencer, clergyman. Ht Louis, Mo.; J. H.
Bethunu, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton. Mo. ; J. U-Mooro , lawver, Commerce, Mo.',
I). Slngletarv, phvslclan, Arlineton, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, physician, Fulton, Kv. ; Wm. Ryan,. farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Stulubach, manufacturer of sad
dlerv, Kvanevlllo, lnd.ilke Antiunion, secretary
to superintendent C. St, L. AN O. railroad, .lack
son, Tenn.; J. S. Robertson, phvslclan, Mhlto
vlllo, Tena.j Thomas A. Oshorn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Tenn. i Wm. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
Using Agen 3 Hollv 8orln"e. Miss
ri-ihnsluess now bofore tne ptinuo
I You can make money faster at
work for us than at anything
olso. Capital not needed. Wo
will start you. WUadayand
nu...,li marln at hfima hv On,
ttdnstrlons man, women, boys and girls wanted ev
erywhere to work for as. Mow ts tho tlilio. Yon
can work In spars time only or give your whofo time
to the business. You can live at home and no the
work. Mo other business will pay yon nearly a
well. Wo one can fall to make enormous pay by
engaging at once. Costly outfit and term free.
Monev male fast, easily aud honorably. Address
Tfue.ACo., AuboiU, Maine. M-).