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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY, 16, 1882
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ijoas oppptjte.NansPB,bowols costive,
OJeTSaclTpiirt'ain :iin3br jhe iihoulrter
blade, lnessftfterjiatlnK.'with a dining
cliiinVion loexe"rtionof body or jninclj
ImtubilitjroT temper, Cow spiritH,LoHB
ofiiembrytWitb. a fueling of having hofc
Inched solriie dut'yeiirinoKa, Dizzinosn,
t'lutterlnir of the Heart, Dotsbefore tha
ejwiYellow TskitirTfeadaeho, UesUessj
iiosa at uight,"hiehly colored Urine.
IT THESE WABNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTTTT'S PILL8 ro omiecluny Riluptt'd to
du ll rHSCH.oiie close Hrrclaaiu'lim'lmiige
of feeling ha to 4'tnnlKli tlm smOVrer.
They lnprewM-ll". AH'ti. niidciiiise tha
txxly to Tk oil iP'onli. Hiiih (he system la
nourln'I.H!in bvl I IrTcininAfliniioii Ilia
liK-ttvriiiniis lU'uulnrNUMilo are pro
duood. Price '2ft cents, to Wiirrny M-, fr.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Obav IlAinorWirisKFRu chantred leantmay
Hi A' K ly a hInkIm application of Mils Dvk. It
Imparls a natural color, iicih InHtiiiiiuncous.ly.
told iiy lJiupirlr sent ny express mi receipt of (It
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
g Ilr. TITT IIM tl f tallialil. InforaaMoa and
iQwIWI HimivU "III li mM,4 I bag en aiipllr.lW..,?
Sprninx. nurns, Ncalrts, Briilsip, Korea
iichh, Ithf-innat Iniii, K11IN, I leer. Old
Mire, Toothariii', lit'iidaclir, Mure
Throat, Ah tli in a. Hoar('iie,s,
Vr., &c, 4.c.
. OrSTIN P. FFLTOX, I). I)., Hrooklyn, N. Y.
"Proving Itaolf to ho a nnccusity in our homo."
P. 1. WKSTKttVKIT, M. I)., Nashvlllo, Tonn.r
Have UBod Urge iiuautitie of l'ONU'S EXTRACT
In my nraoUee."
Mr. S. 11. Mi-CORT), Matron, Tlomoof DoRtiiuJo
Children." Ye bud it raoet t-fllcacioua and use
ful." i:ailt1im.-P0NI)'S EXTRACT is (old only In
bottle will) tlie name Mown in tho rliia.
jli" It isuusnfo to nso other articles with our
directions. Insist on having POND'S JSXTKACT.
lieftiHo all Imitation and substitutes, ,
SPECIAL I'llKPAli ATIONfl OF rOWR EX.
TltACT COM BIN KD WITH TITK 1'HItIOT
AXD MOST MXTOATE I'KUKUMJM
FOH LAUIliS' JJOCDOIK.
TOXD'S rXTU.U'T fiOr,, $1.00 ami $1.75
Toilet t ream 1.0(1 I t alarrli i'ure Jii
Lip Salvo i5
Toilet Nonp3cakon) 1,0
Inhaler (Olusa 50c.) 1.00
Nasal Syrlmro s!6
Medicated Paper.. . Si
Orders amountiiiL' to .5 worth, Buut uxprcsiifrBe
on B-ccipt of mowy or p, O. ordrr.
jJj-OiiR Nkw Pami-iu.rt with Hikwbt or oun
Pbjci'iutionb, Best I'ltKE 0! iijcatkm to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. 14th Bt., Now York.
Is a prrparatioii of I'rotoxldn of Iron, Poruvlan
j'ark iuh! 11m Plnpli:itf. amocliitH with tha
Voytt:ill Annpailos. Knloiwil hy (lie Mi'dlcal
rroli'sKluiMUid ri coininriidi"! Iiy tliem for !,
pf-lu. iii'iil ISt'hilllv, tYitiule lia
ri'i, Wntit r V II'ilil.T, Kcnn I'roii.
(rnlt.n, I numloifi'iKr i'm tHert
nfl'lironli' liHUantl I -,r. llucivua
cvvry iurpoo wlitiu u TuKic la nui isiaiy.
Hanufactured Ij Tlie Itr. Hurler Medicine Co, Slionil
The following Ib oi.u n( lliu very many tulllmo
Llala we urn r.:oi'UIU! dally:
etnllmrn: Home throe month ro I becin the
tine of liu. H vk.' i' u"s Ihon Tomc, upon the ail
Vloeof iiimiy IrlunilB who know Iim vlrtiun. I was
ufrcrint-' Iioiii oiiornl itotuhly to fiuoli an extent
that in v latior wnavxeeedlnply IiiiiiIiiikomii' toiuo.
A vacation of a month did not i-lvo mu inuoli ro-
. lief, hut on lte contniiy. wna inllowed hy In.
cream-d proHlr.itlon mid Mnkintr chilli. At this
llmo 1 ht'D'an thnuo of youi Ihon Thkic, from
vlilrh I r iiliZ"l nlm.ist liniiiodinlc anil woiuh-iful
KBUltN. 'I'll. tul.) i iioiyy n UM iu d un l 1 found that
iny natural fori:o waf not lieriii uitiilly Miatud. 1
. have ustd tlirou lioiiloaof tlie'loMC. Kliice ualng
111 have done twloo the lahor that 1 ever did In llio
amc tlii.o during my llhii HH, ami Willi douMo the
taj. With the. trmnpill nerve Hint vhjorof hody,
ha conic aKo a clournm. of Ihiiiipht never bi line
enjoyi'd. If llic Tusti; liaa not donu Uiu work, 1
Jtuow uotwli.it. 1 K'vU thucn'dlt,
Mostgrnu fully yoin,
J. P. WATsoy,
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 1S7S. I'miuir t hrisiian Church.
fSttle by Dru(j2lsts and General Dealers Every where
201 So. Clark St. CHICAGO, ILL.
Tho latent and lnoit wli.atllle. Iint'ltutloii in tho
I'nited Stilton, (or tlieCui'e of t'lifcuilu nod I'rtvnln
dleaie, Oonorrtiii'J. (lloetol limt utaiidilu!, Mtric
toin. Orel) It i. kuiniire, (Iidoiikc of the kin and
boiii-i", morcural "iv ihroiit ulr.. nnf ilv and prlvnto
ly irent.'d. N';!MUI'(tl(l:li(l-;A. h. xual Dohllity
hpomllly runil. V-ieiii Nou Miif -rimt iroiu weak
Bona, cmii-etl I) linprndi no , Herret Iiahlln. excena
, proiluciUK piniplof mi I In.' I'm . rui'h ut bloori to
the tioud. loiilu-inii of Idu.iM. h.'iiitie ln!, doleellva
memoiy, Ui!-Mit Hoxiiul power, iil;dit Iimiok, iiver
mmi to noo'iily, ilei;iiH'hoKH, tiorumii prlii-trn-thin,
fonend .ioliiiliy und iiulii'otni'in, renderiinj
tnamB;.'e improper. uti lY euml. We naranlee
eure Ib All I nci wo uniii rlnl.e. no need to wilier
Oim luy lunger. Under our (l eiiliiieui the body !
euiil.led to liiiio. on tle.li, the upelllii In inerviiiKid
ami thu whole ..tcI.mii In noun-hod nitiiiiK the
lirnin ut.d ik'i y to re;-'iin llnlr vluor. Correnpon
ileiie. etorlli'e utii.l. Full diivcllouu auut Willi the
Hiudli.inee. Adilteav aa ahovu.
et'urekl and lleHt neuwuiB eer jiauu.
A ooBmhliiM 'on of Hops, Buchu, Mart
drnk l "' Dunrielion, wiUi ll dm Una imd
niiM c ur Uvb '.. run o' U other Hlt(eri
niko.tlif'nnu-'. uiood Purifier, Llvor
B.julntOf Ll.iaiid Mi'uUli lu.tonjitf
. . . - . .-imiiutli.
AtfVllt OI 1"""
Nodlat'k n pawlhly lnir where Hop
UKcnara nV'dl''v'J"'"1 1 'eel are llwlr
Tie? rifi t i'W s lil 1 lsl l5!:a-
1'.ll whoxe fciiily'ii",l'"'"11-'" irnvularl-t-
ult iebow7hor '''"T ,""4",' or Uu ru"
a! u. A Ion. HtUnulml,
MimhitUir. arc nv.lVu"lu' without Into
Kunmit'f what rour li'Hnin or ytnptam
rewli.l ltiedlia nrulnil Hep lilt
ten. lmn'twiiiUtyoo' but If you
only fuel had or mmoral .'"" them at onew
Itnuy iun'l'ii,lif.ll,lir",'ud hundred..
SOOw"il-P,di1forai)iil',e they win ,
Oiii.Mrlieln lioiii miller f.01-!' ! your trlMut,
aufTr,buluon:.d.-e t heui"k w Mop B
Hiinii.eit)r. "op tuilem In oo vU. druifif1
,i ,iniiii hul Lh. i'll'valk. U U Kent
WiilolneeriuMi'.tli. HltAUIInW riUBJID
w,il liorf and no piiauu or fnmlty
hould W wunou
li I 6 aanKwdiit'iaiifl1rTl'tliileuN
m iuhroHo -.
1 iorl'lreiuir. himw. err.
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E. A. liurnett, Cairo, Illinois.
He Has a Warning Tor a "Visiting States
man. Old Si caims In yi'stcrday afternoon
and while polishing up the marble lilies
about tlm htein of tho esthotio editor's
"Does yer reckin' dar's cny trufo in
tho 'port dat Mr. Hlaine am sho' 'nulf
comin' ter the oxpizishnm?"
"I iniairinu it is too utterly true!"
"Well. I ain't Lrot no konllick for ter
git tip, ef he do, said the old man. But,
as ho finished his job, he said:
"Now, dat ar bizness notis in de tel
lergram am what took my eye!"
In what way?"
"Dat the trip wuz unertooken jess for
ilvhur an1 fer porliteness sake. Dat
Roun'od ter me pow'fully likowuner diso
adfertizin' kyards dat's got 'Please (lo
an' look on de udder side,' printed on
" V"y, we all kno'a dat he'd joss ez sooo
bo president nex' timecz Ut stan' roun'
hongry wid his lied ober de top rail too
fur fiim de troll' ter git eben er smell ob
An' ef yer gwino ter try to jump do
fence while do udder hosses iz erfeedin'
moughty bizzy an' froliekin' moughty
frisky, yer got ter git er good runnin1
stall fo' yer lakes do rize,"
"That h so."
"Hut Mister Hlaine better toss his
his lungs moughty well an' mezbur
moughty eloso ere ho ar gwine tor go
foul. . 1'ze been ter nienny i'r iumpin'
match an' 1'ze seed hit time an agin!"
"Seed er man get back so fur an den
run so fas' dat w'en he got ter do rizin'
linn hiz ham strings refuzed fer ter
pulsate. I tells yer time an' space am
de rito an' lef legs in er perlitcrkul
And with this outburst tho old. man
slid into the art rooms of thu sanctum.
Atlu iila Cunslilittion.
Did you ever know nny person to bo ill,
without inaction of thu Stomach, Liver or
Kidneys, or did you ever know one who was
well when either was obstructed or inactive ;
and did you ever know or hear of any case
of the kind that Hop Hitt'.rs would not
euro. Ask your neighbor this name, ques
tion. 1 IIDCB.
A Sure Cure For Piles.
Do vou know what it is to suffer with
piles? If you do, you know what is one of
thuwoiHt tormculB of tho human frame.
The most perfect euro ever known is Kid
ney-Wort. It cures constipation, ana then
its-tonic action restores health to the dis
eased bowels and prevents recurrence of dis
ease. 1 ry it without delay. I no dry and
the li(iiid are both sold by druggists.
Miss Frou-frou is a young lady of
Feven or eight Rummers, but possessed
of independence and self-reliance far be
yond her years. One evening a lady
dining with Frou-frou's parents said to
(he young lady, "I know a friend of
yours, little Harry H." At first Frou
frou denied any acquaintance with Hur
ry, but !il length said, "Well, 1 used to
know biniP" After Frmi-froS had retir
ed, the guest told this story, greatly to
the. amusement of tho young lady's
pnronts, who had known nothing of it
Among Frou-frou's friends hist winter
was numbered Master Harry B., a young
gentleman of about her own age; iiini
Youthful gossips connected their names
In tyo teasing fashion common among
children, greatly to the annoyance of
Frou-frou, who scorned to be looked up
on as the victim of any masculine ni
traclions. She considered, too, in her
wise little head that all soils delicate
complications might uriso from a .mis
understanding of tho relations between
herself ami Hurry, and at last conclud
ed to set matters right la'yond the pos
sibility of mistake, doing boldly to tho
house of her supposed admirer, 'sho In
quired for his mother. That lady not
being at home, Frou-frou said, to tho
servant, "Well, will you pleaso tell Mrs.
H. that I don't care for Harry, and it's
ill a niistake when they sny so. I
wouldn't he fond of such a lltilo fellow
anv way, and ho Isn't good-looking,
either."" "Well, miss," tho servant re
torted, roused to the defence of her mis
tress's family, "you're not so good-looking
yourself with yer red hair." "No,"
said Miss Frou-frou, with tho greatest,
frankness, "perhaps I'm not, hut niani
in:t riiiys I'll be smart some time."
m m e m
Ai. Thousands DoTcnlify,
S does Thomas Huberts, Wholesale Grocer
I'hiliiilelnhln. who mivu llnmi.ii'ii fpn
- , , .. .... i ..., ..v.. 1 v -
ine allays all irritation of the scalp, and
win most ciiectually remove dandruff anu
........ . & ,i. i , ... ' .
I'rcveni mo iiiur irom tailing out."
Harnett Plnvnrtirti Vvtrunl. Tim IT
pcriority of theno extracts consists Id their
...r....k . !a. i ' . . mi..
i'.tkci purny niid great srrengtn. iney
are warranted freo from the poisonous oils
and acids which utitci iutotho composition
oi many luctitlous fruit flayers.
CONDEMNED TO DEATH
BY DAUWIN C. I'AVBY.
Ilia crimo was desertion j his punish
mentdeath. On tho morning of March 10, 18G5, it
was .apparent to tho government forces
stationed nt and near City Toiid), Va.,
that an event of moro than ordinary sig
nificance was about to transpiro. Olli
cers and orderlies hurried to and fro,
through the narrow streets and by-ways
of tho placo mado famous as Grant's
base of supplies. Tho members of tho
lHth Pennsylvania, stationed near head
quarters, were silting in their tents
brightening their arms and accoutre
ments, or gathered in little knots In each
company street, were earnestly discus
sing the impending shooting. Provost
Marshal General Patrick! tho Caleraft of
tho army of tho Potomac, was hero ami
there, ldo a bird on tho wing, issuing
orders and dispatching orderlies with a
promptness that' boded no good to tho
poor fellow whoso lifo was to pay tho
forfeit of an injudicious movement to
ward homo and friends, technically call
At last, after hours of active prepara
tion by tho troops at' and near head
quarters and unceasing meditation on
tlie part of tho doomed soldier, the col
umn formed and filed away to tho plneo
of execution distant from City Point
about two miles, and directly in front of
tho camp of the 15th Reg., N. Y. Vol.
Engineers. It seemed as if nature had
chosen aright in setting apart this placo
for military executions. From tho spot
where tho grave bad been dug directly
in front of an old gallows frame which
had been used a few weeks previously
for the hanging of a spy tho ground
rose gradually in nearly every direction,
forming, as it were, a vast natural
amphitheater. The day was compara
tively cloudless, and although there was
little in tho appearance of hiituro to in
dicate tho approach of spring, tho
weather was such tu is common to May
in our latitude.
Hut tho column has reached the placo
of execution, and the slight elevation is
already crowned with soldiers, ordered
out to witness tho death of a comrade.
Tho condemned charged with deserting
from the 8th Delaware, a prepossessing
man of middle age, alights from the am
bulance. He exhibits uo fear, no emo
tion, but looks and acts as if ho were re
solved to die bravely. Ho engages in
earnest conversation with the chaplain
a man considerably shorter and slighter
than he, while the regiment forms into
three sides of a hollow' square, and h
every movement is earnestly comment
ed upon by the host of sympathizing
comrades surrounding him. At length
all preliminaries are arranged, the two
lines of soldiers aro in "open order"
facing inwardly, and the mournful pro
cession is start ed. First comes the olli
eer in charge of the execution followed
by the band of (ho 114th Pennsylvania
in zouave uniform, two men bearing up
on a stretcher the simple oblong box
in which the deserter is to lie, a file of
six soldiers, the condemned and his spi
ritual adviser, and a second file of six
soldiers. Slowly the sad cortege moves
along; tho sweet yet mournful music of
the Death March is wafted on tho slight
breeze of tho morning to the cars of tho
soldier boys who stand like statues in
bold relief seemingly against the sky it
self. The noble bearing of tho we.ll
formed deserter, elicits remarks of ad
miration as he inclines his head, in or
der that ho may the better hear tho last
words of tlie man of God. The funeral
cavalcade is jfissing down the third side
of the square, and the condemned keeps
unfaltering step to his own death music.
How fast our hearts are beating no'w, as
tho prescribed march is ended, and the
procession is halted. The rude box
which will serve as a coflip, is taken
from the stretcher, and laid on the
ground by the side of the grave, and tho
soldier deserter brave in the face of
certain death is asked if lie has any
thing to say. Stepping forward, with
out the least semblance of braggadocio,
he makes a few remarks which are
la inly heard by tho hundreds of sol
iers about him, and his concluding
words, "l dio in defense of! my country,"
ring out upon the air with an intonation
never to bo forgotten by Uio.no who
heard them. Meantimo tho cover has
been removed from tho box, arid he
Beats himself upon the end. Tho officer
advances to apply tlie usual bandage to
his eve, but the bravo fellow, true to his
determination to die as bocometh a
soldier, firmly refuses to permit it. Six
soldiers are then drawn una few paces
in front of him, arms at a shoulder. It
is a moment of the most intense, dread
to every looker-on, 'immeasurably so to
tho man shortly to he ushered into tho
realm of tho unknown. Heady, aim,
lire. Tho six fire as one man, and tho
condemned falls backward into his cof
fin, killed instantly, his limbs only visi
bio from his knees down. The agony is
over, and the man who defied military
law, in order to see tho faces of those ho
loved best on earth, has gone into the
presence of his Supremo Commander to
answer for tho deeds done in the body,
The troops reform in solid column,
and to the notes of a sprightly in
strumental piece retrace their steps to
Sealed in my little study, I look at a
picture over tho mantel of a smoothfaced
soldier boy nineteen years old, in tub
uniform; and my mind reverts to tho
scenes of sixteen years ago; t he toilsome
inarches by night and day, the midnight
alarm, the picturesque camp, on the Ap
pomattox, and the little lent not far
from the James river, in which the pic
ture was taken, while an occasional gun
ttt "the front," told tv strange story.
Again the street of L Company is filled
with the familiar faces; Bliss mid Down
ing, Tttlcol I and Wheeler and the rest
of tho boys tiro there; again tho cheery
Voice of Sntilre Boeder is heard "Com
pany h fall in for mall,'' which causes a
simultaneous throwing open of canin
doors and tho prompt rallying about tho
old Syniro for precious home missives.
All Is before me, and as 1 bring out re
collection after recollection from tho
dusty alcoves of memory, ! wonder
whence my former comrades have lied.
Sonio have souuhl homes beyond tho
Kocky mountains; a few. still linger
among tlm places of their nativity, and
the friends of earlier years; .three or
four have been mustered, we trust, into
the drand Army of our Lord aud Mas
ter. Dear comrade, In my sketch of tho
deserter, imperfectly told, there Is a les
son for you and for me. We are under
sonioiio ii tjouth 7"r violating tho laws
of our Creator; tho sentence has been
pronounced, but unlike the cbso of the
deserter we know not when it will be
executed Let us remember this ir our
Journey through life, and so live that at
the end of our pilgrimage wo may re
join our beloved comrades in Unit beau
tiful land beyond tho river. Applcton
To a recent visitor, a young beginner
In literature, Henry W. Longfellow said;
"Always write your best" repeating
it with his hand upraised, "Remember,
vour best. Keep a scrap-book, and put
In it everything you write. It will bo of
groat service to you."
. ie m
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A SUUB CC11K K0DND AT LAST. NO ONE NEED
A sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. WilliauiB (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box has cured tho worst
chronic cases of 2-5 and 30 years standing.
No one need sutler five miuutes alter apply
ing this wonderful Boothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant and painters relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the privato parts
and nothing clso.
Head what the Hon J.'M. Coflinbcrry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pile Ointment: "I have usod scprcs of
pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to say
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent reliel
as Dr. llliain Indian nio Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of price $1.00.
Fran k S. Henuy & Co., O
Solo Prop's, Cleveland,
For sale by Geo. E. 0'uaka, Druggis.
A Uaus3 t)f Discomfort.
The habit of remarking upon the books
of relatives and friends when we meet
them is a very uncomfortable one. It
is not only contrary to good sense, but
a duo regard for politeness and tho ob
servance of good manners demand that
it shall not be indulged. It is bal
enough in the family, whero tho ques
tions and the searching glance aro the
expression of kind feeling, unless indeed
tho apparently anxious Inquiries as to
how you have slept and how you are
feeling this morning are about as mean
ingless as the remark upon the temper
ature, but it is absolutely insupportable
from any ono but a very dear friend,
who has not had the experience of going
out for a walk, or' into a neighbor's
house, and being gret ted with the asser
tion that she mu.-t be ill. In many cases
you are accused of not looking well
when in reality you may be in better
health than usual". It is a great confes
sion of weakness, but I have gone homo
from a walk out of which the sunshine
has all been taken by some such thought
less remark, and looked in tho glass to
see if 1 could discover the sigh of some.
Such remarks are not kind, and cer
tainly produce anything but pleasant
feelings. Would it noi be well to do
away with them forever ?
Tiiehis is more strength restoring power
in a GO cent bottle of I'Hrktr's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of mult or a gallon
of miik. As an apetizer, blood purifier and
kidney corrector, there is nothing like it,
Bini invalids find it a wonderful invigorant
for mind and body. See other column.
I strongly recommend the use of Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphitus
to all who sutler in any way from disease
or weakness of thu Lungs, Bronchial Tubes,
or general debility.
J. II. XV. Scott, M.D., Gagetown, N. B.
A nasal INJF.CTOK ft on with earh bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Piico 50
cents. ' 10
(Hi Thirty Day'H Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for HO days to young nun
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc.,, guaranteeing
speedy relief und complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustsrted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Bclt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
A Cough, (.'old or Sore. Throat
should be stopped. jNegleet frequentl re
sults tu an Incurable Lung disease or on
suniptiou. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant uso for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the ago. Sold at 25 cents a
Ovku 200,000 Howe Scales have been
old. Send for catalogue to Borden, Solleck
& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Wnv wii.li vou cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. 11
Alleu's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Alton's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Bold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Siuum's Cataiuui Rkmkdy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dlptlieria and Canker
'IIackmictack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fumo. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
Au you MADit miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin! Shiloh's Vitalizcr is a posL
tive euro. . 10
Pmixiu's Cuhic will immediately relievo
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Chitu. 14 .
Tue beauty and color of tho hair may be
safely regained by using Parker's Hair
Balsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, clearliness and dandruff eradicat
Foil DvspKPsrA and Liver Complaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitaliior. It never fails
to euro, 15
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
Eradioat e I)
Hick room purl lied and
Fevered aud nick per
sons relieved una re
frtuned bv bathing
Field added to Die
Soft white, complexion
Hurtired by its iihu in
Impure air made harm
lusa and purltled by
To purity the breath,
cleanse the teeth, it
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Erysipelas cured .
Kurua relieved Instantly.
Hears prevented .
Remove all unpleasant
1'lei.rs purified and heal
ed, (iangrene pre
vented and cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Heurvy cured In short
Telter dried tip.
it isperfecly harmless.
For soru throat It le a
Ship fever prevented by
In oa.es of death In the
house, It should al
ways be. used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
ant smell. An anti
dote for animal or veg
etable poisons, ittngs,
Diingorotis eflluvlas of
pick rooms nd hoplt
als removed by it uso
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fact itli the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
J. 1 1. ZE I LIN ct CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, SOLE PliOPKIETOltM.
Is a combination of (I)poptinsphl(f, originated
bv me In Canada while under the process ol pulmo
nary consumption, and which has since been em
ployed hy the medieal profession throughout Arm r
ca and Kngland with unprecedented sun-ess.
It contains (he element e entUI to the animal
orpuni.a' ion, tho oxidtr.ttig agents and tonic'.
Id combination with the i-timulaMng agent plios
I horus. possessing the merit of helng.jhtly alka
line, and Is dtapeiised In the convenient and palat
able form of a syrup.
It effects are uma'ty visible within twenty-fout
hours and are marked hy a stimulation ol the appe
tite, the digestion and Assimilation, entering ill
rrtly Into the circulation; it tonss the uerves and
nii-rlea; exerts a healthy a'tton ot tue. rretlvoa;
neither disturbs the stomach horlijlurea the system
under proloueed use, and mav be discontinued at
any time wltlioiit Ini oiiveniene. , ( . .
fo a word ii possesses tlie s'lnmlants to arouse
the strength, lb- toulcs to retriiu it, and merit of a
high degree. Very respei tfully,
JAMES I FELLOWS.
ty I) not be deceived hy remedies bearing a
similar u one; no other prepa atiou Is a substitute
for thl, nniler any clrcnnis'.nnri-.
FOH SALK HY DHl'CitilSTS.
1 Wi.Siaa "MOTS H'I ' i in tim'm Jf
Pain. Cannot Stttv Whore
It Is Usod.
IthucuiatiMii is cured by
A lumc hack of eight years standing was positive
ly cured by Bl cents worth of
TAOMAS" KCLECTHIC OIL.
Common sore throul is cured with one dose of
THOMAS' I-CLECTKIC OIL.
Coughs and colds arc cured by
THOMAV KC'LECTKIC OIL.
All throat and lung diseases Are cured hy
THOMAS' KCLKCTK1C OIL.
Asthma It cured by
THOMAS' KC'LKCTHIC OIL.
Hums und frost bite are relieved nt once by
THOMAS' KC'LECTKIC OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Trice 50c. and $1
FOSTER, M1LBURN & CO., Prop'ra.
llufTalo. N. Y.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADEMARK. Thu Omul V.na.
Hsh remedy, All
unfailing cure for
i seminal wraknes
spermatorrhea, i tit
potency and all
a a .itiinntim,
of loirnhusc; as,,'
r m ii ' 1,1 memory, aiS.n V
dlmmiMOf vtatoti, nrcmitlnro old 'agu, nrfl many
othor disease that lead to insanity,, consumption
ur n iiM'iniiiuro irrnvn.
IJr-Ktill particulars 111 onr pamphlet, which we
uvniav III nniiu irev UV IIISII lO I'VOrVOIIH, IfTl h
Hpeclllc Medicine I sold bv nil druggists at SI pot
pauKigo, or six package for H, or will be sent free
bv mall on receipt of the niotiev, bv addressing.
Tlltt OKAY MEDICINE CO.,
Bold In Cairo bv Paul SchuU.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alono Issue
stipulating that the contract ol Inturauce "shall
hot be rilsD-ited" alter It is three year old,
and that ucb policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proof of death.
it policy la clear and concise, and coulaln
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
M. B.-HKAD TOIin POMCIIiH. Compare I ho
short and simple form used hy iho Eiitiltablu with
the long and obscure contracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other companies I
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holder are
N. It. Sen the manv letter, frnm tu.Hrv h .!(...
eiprss.lng their gratification with the return from
tneir iontimb bivinus F(tnd I'omcm.
JIH-iUH Of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Iuve-tcd, nearly
K. A. HURNKTT, Agent.
OfBce. corner lirth and Washington.
November -."4, Iwl. m.ijw
""J r T Great chance to make mon-
1 I I I I I . Thoe who alwars take
II I I I advantage of the good chan
l J It I .res to make nio'iey that are
w 'uirprtd, (..(.nt-raiiy become
wealtt y, while those who do
not improve snrh chalices lemilu in poveitv. We
want many men, women, boys and girl towork fot
ctrtichtiu their own localities. Any one can do
the work properly fmni the first start. The bust
t.-es will par more than ten time ordinary wag.
Lxpensive out tit furnished free. Mi oucwho enga
ges fall to maki money rapidly. Yon can devote
your whe, u time to the worn, or on y your spare
rnomen'a. Full Information and all thai I needed
sent free. Address bunion A I o.. FoitUnd, Matut.
MUTUAL AH) SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUE-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society-,
Organised Julvl ttli, 1877, Under the Laws o
the 5tate of Illinois. CopvrlRhted July
0, 1877, Under ActufCongrisii.
P. . 8CIIi;n President
C. T. KL'OI) Vice President
J. A. GOI.DHTINK Treasurer
.1. J. MOKDOM Medical Adviser
THOMAS LRWIH Secrelar-
JOI1N C. WHITE .Assistant hecrelary
II. LF.lOIITnjJ, I., h. THOMAS,
J.0.WII1TK, W. F. PITCH Kit,
.T. B. McllAIIKY.
YVJlliam Htrattnti, iif Miration A Illrd, wholesale
grocers j Paul (. Hr.hiih, whole-nle und retail dtnu
ulst : liar.im Ltlghton, commission merchant: Jas.
H. McOahoy, lumber dealer; J. J. (lordon, phys
ic an; J. A, (Mdstlno,of(lolilstlnettlt(,senwitler,
wholesale and rut.Mll dry goods, etc.; Wm F Pitch
er, general agentj IJiinry H. Kill, city printer and
book hinders Chutleyilaynos, Cooper; Jno. C.
VVIil 6, assistant secretary and ollcltors Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and grain; F. Mrnss. presi
dent Alexander County Dunk ; (i. VV. llundrlck.
contractor aud builder; Cyrus Close, general
sgimt; 1 noma Lowls, secretary and attornov at
law; L, 8, Thomas, broom manlilactiirnr; VV. V
Kiissul, contractor snd builder; C. T, Itudd
agentt. Ht. L. AN. O, rulliioad;Mose phllllps.rar
tienter; II . A. ('btimhloy, contractor, Cairo, ill..
Uov, J. Hpencer, clurgvmnn.Ht lntilf, Mo.; J. H.
Huthnno, circuit rlerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton. Mo.; .1. II. Monro , lawyer, Commerce, Mo.'
1), Hlngletnrv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky.i J. W.
Tarry, physician, Fulton, Kv.; Win, Ilyan, farmer,
Murrv, liv.t A. Htulnbach, inatiuiactiirer of tad
dlarv, Uvansvltle, Ind. (Ike Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C. Ht, L. N O. railroad. Jack
son, Tenn.) J. H. Hoherlson, phvslclan, Vhlto
vlllo, 1 enn. Thomas A. Oshorn, harness maker,
Ilollvar.Tenn. j Vvm. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
Using Agsn 3 ," Uollv Sorlni's, Mis
f ITjlmsliiess now hnrorotheptihllo
You can make money fatter at
work for us than at anything
olso, Capital uotnimdiid. We
will start you , all'iadayand
iinwMrda made at. homu hv fhn
Itidtistrloni men, women, boys and girls wanted ev
erywhere to work for us. Mow Is tho time, Yon
can work In spare tlmeonlyor gtvoyoiir whnh time
to the business. You can live at home and do tho
work. No other business will pay you nesrly a
wail. Mo one can full to nuke enormous pnvby
engaging at once. Ootly outfit and term free.
Mouev male fast, easily aud honorably. Address
True tt Co. , Augutta, Maine, lo-so.