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THE DAILY CAIRO UULLKTIN; SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, law.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Mr. ICIislui Allen, tho Hawaiian min
JDU. OLA UC
Indian Blood yrup.
ister, and sim o Sit' IMward Thornton's
depart ure, -lean of tin; diploiimtio corps
at Washington, is a slender por-on witlj
gray hair and whiskers, lie wears spec
120 Broadway, New York,
tacles, mis mo alert manner oi a icw
F.iiglandor, ami might easily he mistaken
for a preacher or a profei-sor.
Go to Tuul G. Bchuh for Mrs. Free-man's
New National Dyes. For 'brightneBa and
durability of color are uncquitlud. Color
from 2 to 1 pounds. Directions in Lnglisu
and Geruiuu. Pi ine 13 cents.
5 M A
r) Aivdr fin
M rh i ill : s
to-" r V :-.?-i"i . w3
Term ot tiupaor J ption.
Pally one yiar bycarner U 00
Ually.one year iiy mall tin X)
i)ily.ou9 month 1 (X)
Weekly, one year 2 (X)
Wnoly.il month 1 w)
HfClnbsof Ave or more for Weekly Dullvtln at
no timu, pur yuar, f 1 60
INVAIIUIU.Y IN AIlV.NCI.
All Communications should he addressed to
K. A. HUKNKTT,
Publisher and I'ronrlHtor.
i " . , , , i
JIo Doosn't Like to nave the Buys Mention
It was nt a why Million oritliB Wuimsli.
An old iiiiin una woman with lnnnllcs
ami )itckr!s nrrivi'il from out in the
country. They expcrtcd to jri-l on tlio
train for C'liii'ito. Tim Million jt-ri-iit
told tlicm tlio train always Moppd.
"Just jiiit your thinjrH win-re you can
p;t tlicm ijuick," Kiiid tliu itcnt, "and
wlicii it cniiii'!( ubmg just (jet vn"
TIhtw was an "I'xtru" on tho road as
it liMi)cncd, in advancn of tlio "regular."
In itfuw minutes tlmy Jicard tho sound
of tlii! aruiu-liini extra. Tim bii'ao
was nil Nccuri'd and tlio two waiting
juis-iciici's htood -1om totlio cdij of tlio
l-iulfiii in. The train w ent hyaltliu rato
of forty miles an hour.
When it luwl passed tin! iilii woman
dropped her liiiiulle and rushed to the
floor of the ollieu hhakin her fist. She
si feanied out, "You lii ht'aded foul,
did vu nay pet aw-en?"
Tlio old man rushed around the plat
form calling for the nfrcnt to come out.
The ii;.N'iit eaiiui to the door, Then; was
a smile on Ids face.
"Don't come out a smiling at ine! My
the living Holly," said tho old gentle
man, "we've a notion to pace you
around this platform six times faster
than them keers went! Youhlated fool,
(' tnu miij iitou? Did j on think a
man of my Bge could get on a streak of
liglitnin? You may play tricks on
Mime folk-, hut don't j on try any game
on me! Mecauic a man lives on a rail
road he doesn't have to know it all. I'm
feeling hungry ami somebody is lial.lo
to evi i 'hawed up afore I Ic-.tuT'
Defoie anUhilig serious happened, the
regular train arrived, and the couple
boarded it all right. The railroad agent
fi.lt relieved, lie doesn't like the hoys
to hallo, "Did you say get on!" at him.
A Touching Incident
A mother's love is deep, abiding and
peculiar. The child, a soon as Ixirn, is
taken up into her tendered nnd niot
gi neroiis sympathies, and lives as it
wcrctt part of herself. This ' peculiar
atleeiion is us extensive as the race, for
it is found among savage a.swellas civi
lized people. Tli is Bllcctioii was strik
ingly manifested by an Indian woman
v ho had lost her child. I'nable to find
her nw n child, she entered the home nf
a whole family, and taking in her arms
the prcttv baby lavished upon it her
wealth of" treasured sympathies. Tlio
mother wit- surprUcd ut tlio peculiar ox
hibition, mid sprang forward to rescue
her child, when the poor Indian gather
ed ut) her blanket as one would a sick
child, and after clasping it in her arms,
uttered a low, mournful cry. Tears ran
down her cheeks, as the white mother
put her bals- back into the Indian's
arms. She pas-ed her hands over it verv
tenderly itnd gratefully, and departed.
In a week she came again, bringing a
peek of ripe, wild plums, ami the next
two luillalo tongue. She asked permis
sion, by signs, to kiss tke baby, and it
was granted. Then she departed, and
never came again.
A Sunny Tempeamcnt.
The man of cheerful temperament
raises nbove all earthly ills. If his break
fa-t is late and he misses the train, ho
hangs around the depot and tells stories
until the next train comes along; if his
wjfe is cross he laughs at her till she be
comes good nature'! again; if his child
ern break all the window-glass in the
neighborhood, he makes light of it; if ho
fails to be nominated, he rejoices over
the defeat of the man w ho is; if the elec
tion goes against him, lie talks about tlio
weather and laughs at those who carry
long faces; in short, if you haven't got
a sunny temperament, cultivate one, if
the soil is deep enough.
If a woman tells you, "I'll never
speak to you again in my life-there!"
rejoice and return; hut if she says, "I
shall always be glad to set' on at any
time," travel! hen a woman loves
jou, she will pardon alleven your
crimes; hut w hen she no longer loved
you, she will not even forgive you your
What "Wife" Means
Says l'uskin: "What do you think tho
beautiful word 'wife' conies from? His
the great word in which thcKnglisli and
Latin languages coinpiercd the French
and tireck. I hope the French will
someday get a word for it instead of
thatVjimi;. Hut what do you think it
foines from? Tho great value of tho
Saxon words is that they mean some
thing. Wifo means 'weaver.' You
must either be house-wives or liousn
moths, remember that. In tho deep
sense, you must cither weave men's for
tunes and embroider them, or feed upon
und bring them to decay. Wherever a
Iruo wife comes, homo is always around
her. The stars may bo over her head,
the glow worm in the night's cold grass
tnay ho tho lire at her feet, hut homo is
where she is, nnd for a noble woman it
stretches far around her, better than
houses ceilled with cedar or painted with
vermilion shedding its quiet light for
those who olso bid liomelesM. This, I
believe, is tho woman's true place nnd
Oold Wator Drinking.
Dr. Dio Lew is snys cold hat lis of tlio
skin tiro good, but it 1m doubtful if flooding-
tho stolllileh on milmr to lied mid on
rising Is not, on tho whole, tho most
prohlable form of cold bathing. Costive
ness, piles', and indigestion aro uniform-
ly relieved by this morning and evening
fold douche, Tho quantity must bo do
lennlncd by each one for liinisolf. Two
or three sw allows will do to begin with,
hut tho iiuantity will soon grow to a
tumbler full; nnd 1 have known persons
to iiso much more with marked uonolit.
If mlvisably managed, every dyspeptio
will ho greatly Improved by this cold
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Melts and other Kite trie Appli
ances on trial for iiO days to oun men
and other persons hfllictcd with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality. Me., euarnnteeing
speedy relict ami complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also tor Kheuuut-
tism. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, nnd many other
liseuses. IlliiKtiirted pamphlets nurd tree.
Address Voltaic Melt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
It Heads tho List
of all other preparations or medicines. In
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness or ir
regularities of the system, Burdock Blood
Bitters huve no equal. I hey never tail in
alumling immediate relief.
Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul (J,
Mrs. Wallace, Hull'ilo, N. V., writes: "I
have used your Burdock Blood Bitters for
nervous and bilious lieadnrbes, and have
recommended them to my friends; I believe
them superior to any other medicine I have
used, and can recommend them to any one
requiring a cure for biliousness,"
Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
Wiu. you st'KKEK with Dyspepsia and
Liver Cemnlainti Shiloh's Vitalizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul G. Schuh,
Skmj lor circular ot new st vie. of limine!
Scab; with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Hellcck & Co., St. Louis. (2)
Fkvkks and Interniitter.ts of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5j
Si.keplkss moiits made miserable by
that teirible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for y-u. PunlG. Schuh, Agent. 3
CaTAKUH clheI), health and sweet breath
secured by fchiloh's Catarrh Homed. Price
23 cen's. Nasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent, 4
TutiiE is more strength restoring power
in a 50 ceut bottle of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a biNhel of malt or a gallon
of milk. As an apetizcr, blood purifier and
kidniy corrector, there is nothing like it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invignrant
for mind and body. See other column.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are von disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child sutlVrlng and
crying w ith the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth ( It so, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sulli-rer immediately
tepenJ upon it; tlierc is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who ha.i ever Used if, w ho w ill not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the biste, and is the prescrip
tion of one uf the oldest nnd best female
physicians and nurses in the United St.-itts.
Sold everevwhere. 23 cents a bottle.
Reasons Why the-y are Vreferved to U
Other Porous IMastcrs or Externa.
Decants they poesoM all the merit of tho
Strengthening porous plastor, and contain in ad
dition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active veKctal)ln combination which acta with In
c re lined rubefacient, stimulating, audaUvo and
counter Irritant effects.
Because, they aro a penuine pharmaceutical prop
aratlon, and so rucoguin.il by tlio profesaion.
Because they aro the only piasters that relievo
pain at ouco. - v
Because they will positively euro diseases which
other remedies w ill nut even reliove,
Because over MOO physlciansand drupulsta liavfl
VoluulHrlly testified that they areeupuriortouU
other plaster or medicines fur external use,
Bensnss tho manufacturers bare received tho
ouly tuodala ever given for porous plasters,
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON.
Manufacturing Chemists, New Tofki
AhUuK ItlfrtlliD VT t I.AHT. l5rTc sSct.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PUSUfr
"1 lIVhlti-Dhlia. I.tvi-r Illii.
J Vwj eiiHi-H, Knver ami AKiie
111 1 l-'le'lllllllllslll, IllllJIKV,
iii'kk, .M-rious lit'Uiiity
Tin: iu:st iii;.Mi.DV known to maxi
Twelve Tliousiuid littles
SoM Since 1?0!
Tliin Svr'ip pOKBCHi'eH Niirlnl iiroiertii.n: It Him-iiluti-
tliu I'l.valliii-in flu-"iiiiru. which converts
tl.ii .tartb and !ii!iirol tin.-fund into ulucuce. A
di-fli-li ncy in plyniiiiu caiim.- wind ud souring of
the rood in tl.c-unmarli. If the medirl-ie jg wun
iniiui dihicly after ruling, tl:c ri rini utiitioD ol lo d
It nets upon the Liver,
It nets upim tin: Kldm-js,
It Ki-ru!at-s tin- 11um-N,
It I'linlii-K the l:wi.).
It Qtlit tfi the i-rvoim System,
It. I'riiiiii)ti-. liit Mliin,
It Nnti i lh. , stn ii-tlii-ns iiml Invigorates,
It fariifsciir tin- Old HI. mil mid muke Xew,
It OjH-tis tin- puns ol' tin- Skin ami lndiices
Ht-iijtlij I'i iiinitinii,
It re'itmlvi-H tho hereditary ir.nd, or polnon m
the .in..l, wbii.h ii-ni-r.-i'i- MTofula, Ervsipt-los,
and hi! maiiiier of Milu tiieun-s and luierual hu
nior. Tin-re are no spirit employed in It manufacture
and it i an he taken by the mui-t d- lieutc babe. or by
tl-e n'i-d urn fw!.i tiro ouly in'itig rt-quln-d la ut
tend, u tu direct. oiii.
(ialva, Henry County, Ills.
I Man nnSvr'.v.i from SitU ll'-.-idnchi-and Dizzi
iie ho that I d.ulil nut attend to w.y household dull-
. and n i-iiorl trial of J)r. 1 rW Juhntou'e iLdl
an Ulij'id Sjrup ellecliitillv cured me.
.VliS HELEN EI.KIS3.
W'at'Tinat) Miitirm, Dt-Kalb Co., Ills.
'I Li" i to e. rlify that Jr ( lurk Jotinsoti's Indian
Blood Svrup iinii cured me ol lJaiu in the Hick. It
It a vaiuulilc nie-;;i:ii i;. MKS WOOD.
i entre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Th! In to ceriify that 1 wai" atllicted with Palpi
tatiur. of the Heart lor man v years i I tried dillor
erit iliictori-. w iiu.o pre'cripiiou leiided moro to
vieulieii me Hum they d: 1 Id -Ireuitlhen. I Si last
res lved tn try Jir. Chirk Joliiisim's Indian Hlood
Syittp. iiii !i proved to he u tm-'itivi! cure not on
ly rurlnt: ti.e Hi art In -t-o-e, out alto a Sick Ik-ad-ttch
which had Le-.n Iroiiii.tuj nie.
Mlis MAHY A. SEAL.
I wan Rill.c'- il with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and failed tiiL'- t relief, aitbon-di usini modi-
fines Iioih our In -i (iuctois 1 commenced using
Or. .fohiisou's Indian iii.iud Svmp. atn! ashort trial
ciir-.d mo. T. SV. KISlNU, .Muliue, 111.
This ciT'lLc-s that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
llloud Syrup h is etr- ctuaily i iir.d nnf of Dyspepsia.
'1 '.hi liilii ii ( uliiiul Li-said in l-rniseol It.
W. E. H'IMMhK, Dcdlord, Mo.
Ai.-c-ntswniit.ed for the sale of the Indian Illood
Syrup in every town or viilac'i. 'n which I have no
a-eiit. I'artie'ii-.ir- K-vi-".j on appitoatlou.
Ditrcioirs s-km. it.
Lalir&tory 77 Wi-t :id st,. N. Y. City.
T?;-y tnvi-ution may
Ift1. . 4, l . u'viu nil i iii' iiiiht mill
R'.iiVif!W jt-g ""Jury of .lr.T.n her
"V-H'.JA.M .-..-wiiii! Mn.-I.lue. Over
'1, ,1-v-n,- . .114
Vii(..'i- Motors, iioIm Ibbb
mil oriuiin nijil, aduot-
I to nil Kew-liiK Ma
liin. s, me now Klvlnu
Ht5.U 'A V WA-A ,1
1iv-i sIm-s we made for
ili'iii huM Sewitni Ma-ol-liii--.
I riee. nnd
m-4-j.U, Alio lancer
s.( - for f.-u-iory ih'c.U
find f--r nil kinds of ma-t-blnorv.
is,-ud for Circular to
DAfUi-.s WATLH MdT.Hl CO., Newark, X. J
This is tlio
Must Ftiinoiiiii'itl Power Known
4'0Ii DlUViMi LUiJlT MACI1IXE11Y !
11 takes but little room .
Il never Uets out of repair.
It cannot blow up.
It requires no fuel.
li no. -is do cn'Mm-cr.
'I'leru Is no delay; no flrinir up; no ashes to clean
away ; mi extra iiisuruiu e to pay; no n-palr-iiut
nei'es-aiv; no coal bills to pay,
and it it always ready for use.
It is Vci'v Cheap.
o S "ii"- Stoto lnp-r von sawthis ad
OKD1N A NCE NO 7'h
An orillniiiice provliliiii; (or the constructlou of a
Ho It ordained bv the C'ily Council ol the cltv of
Section 1. That a wooden sidewalk bo con
strurttd on the w -nterly siilt.- of Ihillroad Street
from lot 7 In hi! Is. riot ti 'n;i Ins'nc, hioek 14 Uail
ronil addition loeity olCiiro.
Scott--u -j. 1 imt tlie forei;iiliii; siilowalk bo con
structed in m'cimlaiifi! with tliu reiulrement8 of
the ordinances ol ih city prwvidini; for tho con
siriicllim ol sidewalks.
Si-i tlon 3 'I'hu local improvement herein pro
vided tor, shall lie mud.: bv special assessments,
and in accordance. Willi the provisions of sections
IS to Td inclusive, of Art .-!l. in the act of the. cruur
al r.sseiubly of t lie stui of I lliimis, approved April
HUli, 1S7J. and entitled "An act to provide for tho
iiioi pnnition ol ci'les and villiines," nnd tho cost
and expenses of the construction iiml reconstruc
tion of sold sidewalk shall he paid out of the
funds arising li'om said special a-si-Mnients.
Seciioti 4. I lie owner ol any lot I'foiitine on the
sld. -wailk provision for the liiiililini; of which la
tuailo by this oiiltiiiinie, shall be allowed thirty
days alier tho lime at winch this ordlnanco takes
tiil.-i't in which to l)-..iid t hut poi'ii.m of said nlu
walk oppositi! his lot, and th. ruliy relieve tho
Slime Iiiiin assessment ; provided the work shall
conioriu in all r. spects to tho roqiilrsnieuts of this
ordinance, and he .1 die to the satisfactionand ap
proVili of lllecoiiiiiiillen oil Htiee u.
Section 5. I'pon the explrat on of tho said thir
ty duvs, tliu city clerk shall publish notice for
twelve days, in tho news paper pulillshliii: tlio ordi
nances of ill" city, settliiL' lorlh that Maled bids for
fiirnishlni; the materia! or doii-K the work, or both,
or th" construction and recoiii-trucllon
of said sidewalks dlivcled to tho City
i onnell will lin rocidvu at this, olllco, up
to.Uie llmeof the im-etliin ol ihu city council for the
owi-niliir ol salil bids, w hlcli nieellu shall not bu
earlier than twelve days, lior later than eighteen
days from tin: (Into of said not lee, which notice
sluul state the time of mid mention nnd desulbo the
work to be done, by re releirnu to this ordinance,
Hlvinit its number und lUln of approval, and that
said ordinandi is srld'-l to examination at any
time ut bis olllco. Said bids shall beopeuo ' by the
clerk in the pr.n nco of tlio council, and thu con
tract for doliiii I lie work, or I'uriilshiUkt thu material,
or both, for coiistructlni; and reconstructing said
Ide.vaiks shall bo awarded to the lowest respon
sible hjd.ler, who shall siilllciently guarantee to the
satisfaction of tho City Council lh furnishing of
said material, or tint perloruiuuc.il of said work, or
both, mulct the. siipervlxhiu of the Committee on
HtreotH, wllhln such time as may bu fixud by con
tract, If said City Council shall .l.'ietti It oxpedlont
In do so. If said bids aro not satisfactory to tho
Cltv Cniini-.il. Itniv mav relee.t anv or all or them,
and may llotn or tlieriaiftor authorize said sidewalk
to bu cuiisti tided by s cli nueun as they may
Jauunrv ITiili. A. D. 1 rtS'i.
N. ll.TiUSTLEWUOD. Mayor
Attost: l'. J. roi.sv, city Clem.
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alone Issues
stipulating that the contract of Insurance "shall
not be disnuted" after It Is three years old,
and that such policies shall bo
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Us policy Is clear and concise, aDd contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-UEAD Y0i:it P0I.ICIKH. Comparo tho
short and simple form usod by the Equitable with
the long and obscure contracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders aro
N. n. Sec the many letters from policy holders
ciprssslni; their gratification with the returns from
their Tontini Kavinos Kl'nd 1'oucibs.
lleoiiuKO of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invested, nearly
E. A . BURNETT, Agent.
Office, corner lvith and Washington.
November 24, 1881. midw
"j w tt-v Great cbanoe to make mon
a 1 I I I I ry- Those who always take
I TI II II I advantage of the good chan
i I II I .ere to make money that aro
"oirered, enerally become
wealthy, while those who do
not improve such chances remain In poverty. Wo
want many men, women, boys and girls to work foi
nsrlitntlu their own localities. Any one can ao
the work properly from the first start. The husl
ness will pay more than ten times ordinary wattes.
Kaiwiislvu outfit furnished free. o one who enga
ges fails to makt money rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole time to the work, oronlyyonr spare
momi'ti'i. run information ana an mat is neeueu
stilt freo. Address Stinson & Co., l'oitland, Maine.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized Jul? 11th, 1877, Under the Laws o
the "tate of Illinois. Copyrighted Jnlv
9, 1877, Under Act of Congregn.
T. 0. 8CIIU1I President
C. T. KVDl) Vice l'rosidint
J. A. (JOLDST1NK Treasurer
J. J. GORDON Medical Advisor
THOMAS LP.WI8 Secretar-
J01IN C. W1IITK Assistant Secretary
II. LKIU1ITON, b. THOMAS,
J. C. WUITB, W. r. I'lTCHKU,
IIOAUD OV MANAGE KS:
William Htrutton. of Htratlon A Bird, wholesale
grocers; I'aul O. Kcliuh, wholesale and rotall dniit
glst; ria.on Leighton, commission merchant; J as.
6. McUahey, lumber dealer; J, J. Gordon, phys
ician; J. A. (in I di tine, iifUoldstlne fi Kosenwator,
wbolesalo and retail dry goods, etc; Wm.F. Pitch
er, general agent; Henry H. Kills, city printer and
book binder; t'bosley Ilayuus, Cooper; Jno. O.
Whlto, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer in four and grain; F. Dross, presi
dent Aleiandnr Countv Bank ; O. W. Hendricks,
contractor aud builder; Cyrus Closo, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L. 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. K
Kussel, contractor and builder; C. T, Htidd
agent C. Ht. L. AN. O. railaoad; Mosul rhllllps.rar
penter; 11. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
ltev. J. Bpencer, clergyman, 8t Leiils, Mo.; J. II,
lletbnno, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton, Mo.; J. U. Mooru , lawyer, Commerce Mn.i
I), Hlngletarv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky. J. W.
Tarry, pbvslcian, Fulton, Ky. ; Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv.Kv. ; A. Htelnbach, nianulacturor of sad
dlerv, Evansvtllo, Ind.;Iku Anderson, secretary
to superintoudentO. Ht. L. A N O. railroad. Jack
sou, Toon. ( J. 8. ltobortson, phvslclan, White
vlllo, Tenn . I Thomas A, Oshom, harness maker,
Bolivar, Tonn. : Wm. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tising Agen Q Ilollv borln.'S. Mis
- syj r-ihiiBluess now berore tnepuouo
J 1 W' I I won can make money faster at
work for us than alanytning
eiso. Capital not needed. We
will Stan you. ssiaiasyauu
upwards made at noma by the
Industrious men, women, boys and girl wanted ev
erywhero to work for ns, Now Is the time. You
can work In spare tlmo only or give your who) time
to the business. You can live at home and do the
work. Ho other business will pay you nearly as
we'd. No one can fall to make enormous pay by
engaging at once. Costly ontflt and terms free.
Money made fast, easily and honorably. Address
True A Co., Augusta, Maine, lim
For sale by 0. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
1 .r.Tysrr-t.i,1." fvf&JL . ))s"jL-:i'a'-!'. yiii'"'iu IIM , ' ,
Over 2,()0(M)()0 Dottles Consumed Annually.
For CllU-dlS. C.llllrt. Hdri llir.KLt. hrillli'hit irt. IIMlti.llit. t,lin.in,,ii. fr,ui.mlln a..A ..II .11.
throa', chet and lungs.
Balsom of Tolu
. , , , , , H diseases of iho throat, chest and lunge,
bu It bns never been ho advantaireoiiily compounded as In the celebrated Toln, Hock and Kvo In ad
diiiou in Its south ing Hii'sannc properties, It allords a ditlusivo stimnlant and tonic, to build" nn the
S)S cm aflerlhe cough has been relieved. '
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the genuine has a private die proprietary stampnn
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