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THE GREAT CURE
As It la for all diseases of th KIDNEYS,
LIVER AND BOWELS.
It oleansoe the system of thf acrid poison
that uuui the dreadful sufftirlnf whieb
only the victim of Bbeumatlsm (nan wallas,
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tha wont forma ef thla terrible dlanaaa
M baft booa quickly relieved, In a short time
ha had wonderful aureeaa, and an lniiuenaeh
ale In every parlor tli Country. In bun
dredaofoanaaltbuoured wheroall ela had
fulled. It la mild, but effloienl, IKUTA1S
IN ITU ACTION, but harmlwe In all eaaga.
-rTI teleanaea, Hire nt-lben and (Ivee New
life to all the linportantorgauaof the body.
The natural action oftlie Kldneya la roitored.
The Liver la cleansed of all dlocoao, and tho
Howolaniove freely and bnaltlifully. In this
way tli worst diseases are eredioats-d from
A It haa boon proved by thonianrfa that
la tha moat aOeotual remedy for cleansing tha
system of all morbid scoretlons. It should be
uaed In evory household as a
Alwy ouren llIUOUtlNKUS, COHBTTFA-
TION. TlhUS and all FEMAU Iiuoaaea.
la put up In llry Vrf triable Form. Intlrirans,
oiit) itarknire of vhicli iiiAk-eC'iuarta rritlii-ina.
AIM) in I.luld Form, "rr Cenerutrati d for
tho ennvciiivnun "if inia mm can not munly pre
lum It. II (Kte ic(l ;tiu t)tnency mtitkrrfum.
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rtii.'rJJ tlMIitl"! V.lhQ Hfir Ul l"l l-ljvlsl.'ion Ul M JVutMrte.
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Vrtrmry bviiiUiitin or Mercurial AITftJ'.uc of
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1 winiMi yii, (l.nity, dkinn"4 of si tit iifclfvr v-m-o,
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dr tor U ,.f fl Lry. 23 Cti n11 lfJ Ki'-O'-yor tf-
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A vnlnahla Plwovery and New Ikipart'ir In Vd-
If! rH'inmw,aa nurijf Noan.1 piiiin,i wrtwiiv-u
.Vrc-.lr Irrr ((immIt and irmnont Careof bml
,nl Kir.inalr.na anil Impcumcy br the only trua
wuy, via: Iilrw t ApUuilon tottie jirlnniwil Sit
rl lhe 1'iw-AM., aolUuf ly iltwrr.tion, and ezt)rtla4
lis i i iiH lr.ll'iiTiiia thnUuniiuitl vwurloa, ljio
uUuii y Kut tB, Proai.iituGlHnd.aiid OraUira. Tin
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olenis aa l dune nut lutxr(n with the ordinary
Ionium ul llfii It la eg ulrkiy dianolriil ac l wi,io '
aurlnsd.prrKlvii'liixan lii;ujHjlAteaiKitiilii: and rMat'ir
allva fcliM l Uu Urn amual and ormii oruinl.i
liou'wnH kod I rum aulf-alunoaud ivaM-'a,aUjuiiln4
t!m ilrui'i Inim tlio eU'in, rwitorlua; tho rmnd uj
l-aH; nuil -nind lui-ini.ry, rnmuTliuj the IiUnneaa
cl tf.i(.-tA, fi jrvo-j IXbiiity, Coiifimlon of ldcaji,
Avc:ii;n to txx it'ty, yto., etc., aod th" aiartr
of i n-iuiilurB old enfB u.uall aonimi'anyina tlu
trn:i.ii. and wturlnii perlm I Sexual Viwur. wlu m
li hw Ixmd rt. ii m -ml furriuir. 'J uin moaonf tmut
mmii Ima mo.nl ti;n wt In vurr nnvrn ra', aurt is
tinamiruun'ed mwm. DruiraareUwuiuch pr
evrilml lnthM) trou lilna, and, amnytan Imorwlt
iw u, UU but llttlH l( any ermMiuntqivid. Xhi'M
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aTTaiiiioenitl'Inaus to piMiuvtily (runrantAO tht It
Will :vuBd'.lfnrt!oru llurlnii the filKht vp Ihni
It liw Ixwnin Knnernl nnn, baviithounn'la'f tnnll
pinul i as to im vaiun, and It la nowcoucidnd hj thit
blixliial I'mfnulun to iai ihn moa' rational mmtiwynt
diit'ovfwil of niafhlua and carina thla vory prvalint
t ron h l.s tlifttle w"ll knontotthncAiiK4ot natoiti
r ury Ui no many, and upon nhom quui ks pmy wltn
tlwir umIii niiHiruma aud bin foou. The liml
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toUtamimin,i3; No. a,iuili.'lnlU)nnc( it
nianont earn, utiIibb In wi rf ca",) $5: No. S.
(Iiutiiie nvnr thr- nionthn, will si'ip emiwiloiia ami
ti".lire vliror In tha worst cnwvi.l t7. Hnt hvinaH
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thr e.mxf ak. if.il that thru en Hhr B
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I N D I S f I? F. Up N er E X P C S U E ' ' -' ' '
Mionnan anawiRaeiaXMaviiwtaAninu 11 H nl-
nailiuu of ih lilikMl, iik. nor Ihmii. ItmiiUii who aui
mh, wlllion imlnu MoiDiiryor I'iiImiiioihi .Mviliolnoa.
VrtllN fin FN who are miflnrliirftnin theoilciia
i y," ylEJl ot a dlm-iiM- thiil mints Ha vie
tttiM fur liimlnm or niiirrlnui-, ix-rmnninll) fiirwl.
ii .cionli CiiLiulutmii i. ir.Iirr.J, wl.irh il (KLK aiiu H'Vil'
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LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A vhillm of youthful tmjinitlrnee canln I'rema.
liirn Imray. Norvoui Di'bilHyi It MiuilioH, cti'
uavniK ti leu in vain oiy ' """ ' V ,,,,,:.
covenM a inip!o Hell' cure, whiiih n will '"','J,'' l;,r-B
10 HI ri lluw-aniii'rora, aiinruaa a. ihi'h
( lllllllllllt taf.. N. Y.
Tlio cixiHtenco of an imnionso frn,
Avium all f Northern Anicrlt.'!. anil Ku
roit) wim'o oiividojit'il by I'liornioiiH thick
luws of len cnini'lilno; h-iiftnudiH of rock
lit'iiniitli il niiHHivo trciul, mid tniiiM
jujliin bi in a in milt's of ninriiK) rubbish
upon its liiick, Is now unlvorsully un
ct'ploil. Vrof. ih'jkk.
Riiyn I'ltltl: "Thus fur I lmvo found
tho Anii'i'ii'iiiiH iim (lonionslrutlvo and flo
ii(,"h:fil to riinjr to mm thn nnwtrinolioiiiil
Miilii'iii'i'n in Eurono. ami that, a.s you
know, nt'mmluU'ij ' ouo to uno'H boot
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY
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. IN VAIlliHl.l 1 aUVAHUB,
All' Communication thould ho aidrosacd to
K. A. DliUNhTT,
rubllehur ami I'rodriutur.
In tho formation of our dmraetor, wo
own to our lnothiMs morn than any ollior
human ai.-m-y, for it is tlicir hitn'iln that
first twino tho tcniirils of our hoarls,
puido our footst('i).s ai ioht,li!itiI us in tho
ifith of virtue, ami in ti dark, dreary
iihht of pain, there watehful vigils koi-p
besiilu the iMiueh of their dear ones.
WIiokc but tin; all-see'uicye of Jehovah
tun fathom the depths of anxiety they
feel, and who ean tell of tho ceastlena
prayers which they ufl'er for their siu
Their iniluenow ever shines with an
unusuHiod linr,t whieh Hoftem and ptiri
lies tho wayward iinpiilHes of Hkj youth
ful mind, and guides it onward in iu
eourso loward heaven. How, then, can
wb pay ju-t Iributt: to our niolhers
with what measures f rratitudo and
allection uliall wo rmjuito them for their
maternal care? 1
To those who have, lost their mothers
in early life, thorn is the hallowed opot,
sacred to memory, where they retrospect
the past -recall 'days and niitn when
their mothers kept watch over their fciu
less years, arid where they may look for
ward, w ith faith and hope, to the blessed
reunions of tho everlasting future.
Friends may tie torn from our hearts,
hopes may he blasted, and our love for
others may jrow cold, yet every princi
ple of trratitudn and eVery feeling of
virtuous sensibility requires that we
should cling to our mothers and love
It is stated that authentic documents
have recently been brought to li;!it at
Mentz which indubitably establish the
fact that Joan of Are was not burnt
either by tho English or her own coun
try men, hut that she lived to bo a re
spected matron, havinr in HM been
married to a Sicur tie Hermoiso, or Ar
nioise, of Lorraine, and apparently
"lived happy ever afterward."
a si -mnO - - a i i la a i ai
Father kUeltinjr Well.
My daughters says, "How much better
father is since he used Hop Hitters." lie is
getting well after his long suffering from a
disease declared incurable, aud we are so
plad that he used your Haters. A lady of
Hodicater, N. Y. Utiea Herald.
You have allowed your bowels tobocome
habitually costive, your liver lias become
torpid, the same thing ails your kidneys,
and you are just ued up. Now be sensible
pet a package of Kidney-Wort, take it faith
fully and soon you will forget you've got
any such organs, for you will be a well man.
Lefroy's Last Hours.
Just in-iih- tho doorway stood Mar
wood, with his pinioning apparatus in
his baud. He was summoned away, and
a pause of some few moments ensued, at
the end of which the voice of the chap
lain was heard, and those standing in
tho court-yard bared their heads and
turned toward a further door, wheneo
the procession was issuing. Thn chap
hin. robed in his surplice, cirun first,
pronouncing in a loud voice, though
with evident signs of emotion, tho ap
pointed service! Tho central and con
spicuous object of that little band that
slowly defiled toward the platform where
he was to Jiiwet his fate, was, of course,
Lcfrov himself. He was dressed in a
brown tweed suit, supposed nt lir.-t by
some to be the prison dress. He had no
covering to his liead and no collar round
his neck. The gay woolen- shirt ho were
was open and turned back at the edges
in front, showing his long, thin neck.
His face, vnich was pale enough during
his trial, now showed not a vestige of
color. His eyes wero turned upward
toward the sun, which was shining full
in his face, and its glare imparted an
unusual brilliancy to them. Arriving
at tho drop, he allowed himself tiuietly,
to be placed thereon and pinioned as to
his legs. It is duo to tho executioner
and everybody concerned was perform
ed with tha utmost dispatch consistent ,
with di'ecncy, and without unnecessarily
harrowing tho feelings of the prisoner
or the spectators. Marwood was scarcely
a minute about his task, and while tho
chaplain was repeating tho words of tho
service, ho had gone to tho side, pulled
a lever, and Lefroy had disappeared
from sight. That death was instantane
ous there can be no doubt, for there was
noevidenceof any subsequent struggling.
Tho drop was at least eight feet, and in
all probability tho neck was at onco
broken. The black flag was nt onco
hoisted, and it was ref, anted with much ,
curiosity by a considerable crowd wht
had gathered outside the prison gates in
the interval. Tho whole business of tho
execution occupied about three minutes.
Lord Pnliuerston was not celebrated
as a courtier, but ho onco meekly obeyed
tho Queen, and the result was thut lie
beeamo a happier man, and attained to
tho premiership. Alter ho had become
comparatively rich, the Queen politely,
lint lirmly, commanded him to got mar
ried. Lord Melbourne f tho thon Pre
mier) was a con tinned widower, and if
tho Foreign Secretary continued a bach
elor, there would soon ho a serious dif
lieulty about tho reception of ambassa
dresses. "May it pleaso your Majesty," said
Lord riilmerston, " I should bo only too
happy to marry, If I know any ono who
woulil have mo."
Tho Queen graciously replied that
there need bo no tfifllculty on that head,
mid that, if it wore 'necessary, rslie
would take upon herself to find a lady
both ready and willing to booomo Lady
1. So Lady Cowper was sent for from
Homo, to reign for thirty years over tho
half of Lonihm society. It is said, by
' the-way, that tho lady decided lior hus
band was to be IYimo Minister long be
fore thn idea occurred to himself. It
was a very happy mulch.
Wit ask you to rend the advortioeinont of
Darby's Prophylacific Fluid, which appears
in our issue of to day. It is a wonderful
healing remedy, a most powerful disin
fectant, and a positive germ destroyer, and
is perfectly safe to use even in the hands
of the moBt iuexperienced. It is highly
recommended by eminent physicians and
chemists, and endorsed by hundreds of
others, who have used it, find knowltsvaP
liable properties, Prepared by J. II. Zeilin
& Co., Manufacturing Chemists, Hole Pro
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes was vis
ited last year by Lady Hardy, who says
of the genial Doctor and author in h'or
new book: "Ho is neither tall nor
short, but of a medium hight; a thin,
wiry man with iron-gray hair, and eyes
twinkling with humor and philosophy.
Ago has not dimmed their lustre, nor
taken the spring from his clastic spirit;
lie is as brisk in his movements as many
a man of 25. Mrs. Holmes, a gentle
mannered lady, just tho wife necessary
for such a manone who would make
his homo a harbor of rest and peace
came out to meet and welcome us. We
were presently joined by his daughter
a brilliant young widow, a feminino edi
tion of himself. I wish I could repro
duce his spirit, quaintly turned phrases
and quick repartee, to which the expres
sion of his face gave additional point and
high flavor, I think the most dry-as-dust
doctrino would quicken into life if
passed through the alembic of hisspark
ling philosophy. We retired to lunch in
a pretty parlor looking out into a flower
garden, where the bees wero droning
and the tall lilies and roses nodding
sleepily in tho sunshine. Ho afterward,
read to us some scraps and snatches of
his new poems, which was a great treat
to us, for ho has a melodious voice, and .
reads with great emphasis and spirit."
A Bold Bandit.
A gontleman was standing the other
evening in one of the shadowy arcades
of the Coliseum at Home, when he was
somewhat brusquely hustled by a pass
ing figure. With a quick instinct ho
clapped his hand to his watch-pocket.
His watch was gone! Ho darted after
tho thief, who turned sharply round, a
the same time clutching a watch.
"Give me that watch!" A dash! the
stolen property was recovered. The
startled robber disappeared, and the
gentleman went home to boast of his ad
venture and his prowess. What was his
consternation on entering his bedroom
to find his own watch, which lie had for
gotten to put on, staring him in the
faeo from the mantelpiece. lie had
been the thief, and the other wretched
man had stumbled over him in the dark,
ami, when overtaken and stopped, wag
merely clutching lis own watch, wlich
he hail not the nervo to rescue from tho
tourist. That tourist is now known to
a wide and admiring circle of friends as
the Handit of the Coliseum.
Fadkd or gray hair graduully'recovers it
youthful color and lustre by the use 0
Parker's Hair Halsimi, an elegant dressing
admiied fur its purify and rich perfume.
As being a certain cure for the worst forms
of dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, im
purity of blood, torpid liver, disordered kid
neys, etc., and as a medicine fur eradicating
every species of humor, from an ordinary
pimple to the worst ulcer, Ilurdock Wood
hitters stand unrivaled.
Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
Fred. Amos, Tyler Street, llicheater,
writes: "Your Spring I'lossom is wonder
ful; I never used anything that acted so
well on the bowels, and at the same time
was so free from the drastic properties of
medicines usually sold for the purpose."
Price Til) cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
fl. Schuh, Agent.
F. A. Scrath, druggist, Kuthvcn, Out.,
writes: "I have the greatest confidence in
your Rurdock Dlood Hitters. In one case
with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible. Ono
lady told mo that half a bottle, did her moro
good than hundreds of dollars' worth of
medicine she had previously taken."
Price fl.OO, triulsi.e 10 cents. Paul G.
Making a Kukc.
John JIavs, Credit, P. O., says that for
nine months he could not raise bis hand to
his head through lsmencss in the shoulder,
but by the use of 1 nomas' Electric Oil ho
was entirely cured.
Jacob Martzolf, of Lancaster, N. Y., says
your Spring Blossom works well for every
thing you recommend it; myself, witc, aud
children have all used it, and you can't find
a healthier family in New York State.-
Oct. 5, 1880.
Hope on, Hope Ever,
No matter what the ailment may bo, rheu
mutism, neuralgia, lameness, asthma, bron
chitis if other treatment had failed hopo
on go at once for Thomas' Electric Oil. It
will seciiro you immediate relief.
Goto Paul G. Schuh lor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 3 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
The very best family mcdicino is
Wrights Imlian Vegetable Pills, winch
cleanse tho bowels, purify tho blond, and
ostablish healthy action in the liver. (0)
The Ukv. Gko. II. Thatku, of Bourbon,
Ind., says : "Both myself and wifo owo our
lives to Shuoh s Consumption Cure. U
Indian' Blood Syrup.
tn CO rTv fivLw iVA" 111 ni n
s? mm si3
71 ' Dyspepsia, Liver Ills
J'V '"'""'"i Ffver ami Axue
HfRrt Disease,, llilliiiin
licHH. Nervous Debility
THE BitST UKMEDY KNOWN TO MAN !
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrup poMBrrc: varied properties: It itlm
uliitiu the ptyallne in the eallva, whtch couvurt
the March and suKur of the food into glucose. A
ileflck'ncy in plyalino canoes wlDd and souring ol
the food In the atouiach. If lhe medicine; ji Mun
mmedliitolyuftur eating, the ftirmentallon ol fotd
It arts upon the Liver.
It sets upon the Kidneys,
It Regulates tlie. Bowels,
It Purities the Wood.
It Quiets tlie Nervous System,
It I'romotea Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It CarrlesoU' the Old Wood aud makes New,
It Opens the Fores of the Skin aud Induces
It nentra1!.p the hereditary taint, or poison in
the Mood, which Konerates scrofula, Ervslpulas,
and nil ruanuur of Skin Diseases and intorual hu
mor. Thero are no spirits employed In Us manufacture
and It ciyi betakru by the most delicate babe, or by
the agwl and fuobie, care only being required lu at
tend n to directions.
Galva, Henry County, Ills.
I was sufforluK from Birk Headache and Dizzi
ness so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnsou'a I Lili
an Dlood Syrup efTcctuallv cur-d me.
Mlts. 1IELKK ELKIN8.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson Indian
Blood Syrup has cured me of Tain in the Back. It
la a valuable medicine. MRS, WOOD,
Centre mil, White Co., Ark.
This is to certify that 1 was afflicted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many years I tried difler
eut doctors, whose prescriptions ten dud more to
weaken mo than they did to strengthen. I at last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
Sytnp, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart DixeaHe, but also a Sick Uead
acb which had beun troubling me.
MRS MART A. NKAL.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
sia and fulled to get relief, althongh using medi
cines from our bent doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian Blood Svrnp, aud a short trial
cured me. T. W. RfSlNO. Molllic, III.
This certifies that Dr.- Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup tins effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot be said lu praise of It.
W. a. WlMMtli, Bedford, Mo.
Agents wanted fur the sale of tHe Indian Blood
Syrup in every towu or village, In which 1 have no
agent. Particulars given ou application.
DKLOtilSTS SELL IT.
Liliratory 77 West 8d St., N. V. City.
by this simple ' water
power Invention niny
avoid an Hi,, luimr and
Injury of driving her
Kowinir MnoliliiM. Over
1,000 of those llai kus
Witter Motors, noiseless
aud oriiHmentiil. adapt
ed to nil SnwliiK Ma
Chines, are now nlvlnn
perfect satlsf notion.
I'wo s!r.o are made for
Itoiixfholi! Sewlnu Ma
chine. Price, 01. t and
bIj'h for fnetory n Is
sml for all kinds of nut
Chiller jr. ,
Keud for Circular to'
' HACK JS WATF.lt MOTOR CO., Newark, N.J
This is the
Most Economical Power Known
FOR liUIYlNU LIMIT MACHINERY t
tt take but little mom.
. it never cots out of repnir.
it cannot blow up.
It requires no fuel.
It needs no engineer.
There Is no delay ; no firing up; no ashea tocleuu
away; no extra insurance to pa ; no repair
ing necessary; no conl lulls to psy,
mid it if always ready for use.
It is Vorv Cheap.
o :i0o. State pitpnrvdit suwtbisad
To 1'rovliie Tor
Send Mi-cut stamps for samples of 4 Magazines
you will ho sum to want for vour children.
AVi title Awako,
(2 Ml a year. The best, largi st and must fully lllus
(rated Magnnlna in the world for young people,
1 JAJiY LAND
Tha hshy's owu Miimziiio, more charming thin ev
er before. Only ftn cents a year
LITTLE FOLKS LEADER.
A delightful mid refined-Monthly, for public and
private schools and homes, ts cents a year.
An Illustrated Weekly for young people edited hy
Mrs. (. R. Aldnn ll'ansyi, especially adapied for
Sunday rending. nO reals a year. Address D, IO-
throp & to, rraiiklln st., Motion, Mast.
THE MILD POWER
RHumplirevs' Homeopathio Bpecitics
rw ... t . - - id
I'rovcn rroni nnipie eaperirnre an enure ra
sut'KeiiK. hliniile. I'roniiU, K.fllf lent, and
Itelliihle. they are the onlr medicines il
uiiiiincii to noiiuiiir life.
i)t un eaiNi'ir!. so, ctittr. rsics.
1, fryer, i:oiikhhiiiiu, iniinnimarion, .ai
i oroia, Worm I ever Worm Colic, .'.'ft
a. rrvinn i one, or hm iniiinor inrautt, Pt
4. Itlnrrlien of i lilhlreu or Adiilia, .
lltaemery, Orlpliig. Illlloua Collo,
hoiera Jlorliii.. vomitlug,
7. ('iiiiuh, ( old, iii'nnehltla,
H. KeiiritUia. lootluiche, Kneeaebe, :
V. Ilesilsehel. Slek lieadiielios, Vertigo,
in Hum Ml. Illll. .it. kl,.tu,ih . . .
il. eiiiiirraed or I'nliilol frrluda, . i
X llilea, too profiiKii t'erloua, .
ia ( roiiii. l oiiith. lunieull. Brrstt lilnir, .M
14. Sitll l( Ileum, I'.rrslpidu, Kriiniloiit, .'li
III Hlieiiiiiiiii.in, hlinimiiLlo lain, .
Ill Fevernnil Ague, l lilll, rever, Agues, Hi
17, 1'llea, lllluil or HleudltiK, ..... .M)
t. ( slnrrh, iieulu or ehioiilni tiiflnenia, Mi
4k liooiilna oiivli, violent Ciiimna, ,M)
t. i.enerni iieniniv. rnya n I'lianeas. .on
Ii. Kl.t no y lllaenne,
JS. eroii lleliiiltv
n. ,1,-rvonv iiriii'it y . r-pFrmaiorrnen, i.m
J rlnnrvW mlmex. Wettlmtthe Mid. Ml
IMeiia ot the l.'mrt, enlpllnllon, l.itj i
Korsulii liydniKKli'ts.orsi.iittiy the Case. I
itrslliKle Vlnl, free of plmrire, en reeelpt of I
iru-e. noiri iur lr. II II lliili rt vaj- lliHiKen.l
Xseaae. Ar.. 10 U nairoai. uUo lll.,.i.i,l I
i nlnlomie. H It.
AiIiIii'hh, fiiiiiuilirevs' llnmropslhle I
Moi. Cu.. tVW i'ullwu Hi.. Aew lurk.1
m . Mil
en if rt. '
a? Aw Wk.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
, . ,7ttJCT.l...t.v .LMt...L,t ....,ir S i!.,!, titaMssaiaaa iM"-TjaA'piia m .r r
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
For CoiIl'Iis. colds, sore Mim.-il. hrnnrliilU a.lli fit n
throat, chest and lunu.
Balsom of Tolu
, . ii -i 1
throat, chest and lunsjs.
. . . . , . . all dlsenses of the throat, chest and lunes.
but It has never been o advantageously compounded as in the celebrated Tolu, Rock and Rve In ad
dition to its sootliluu Balsamic properties, it uffords a diffusive stimulant snd tonic, to build un the
system alter the cough hHs been relieved. ,
I5TPUT UP IN QUART SIZE 150TTLF8 FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE tl-OOj
f! A TTT1 Ci W I'" ""the deceived by dealers who try to palm off upon you Rock and Rve in
ViVV Pl'' of our loin. Rock and Rye, which la the oulv modkated article made
the geuuiue husa private die proprietary slump on each bottle.
The TOLU, HOCK and HYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealeks Everywhere.
a Fort one) t Apents write oulrk ! Territory free,
teutlrely prwlie. tsell aicurtieleiit, l'ropell
Ir.lC Belt or sewlnit and all mii' lilnes. lnilea
tructlhlo F:i'li Conl and aperfoit DoorPprlrir.
The V. T. tolled WlreUelt Co.,bJU 7tli Ave. ti. V.
IDr.S. Sil3b?e's EstsrnalPiloEcmedy
tiivia niHt;iut ,-i lu:r and Is nn infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold hy Pnif deverywhere. Price, 1.tipr box
prsriifiibyiimfl, Sumpl-s sent frf In 1'byalrlaua
and tllsufler. rs.hy I' Nenstiiedter o, Hox SDKL
hw VorkClty. fcololaiiuuluotururaof "Jnumi."
TlllW Viiia for Issj, with Improved interest
J. Il.t.' tnhle, culeudiir. etc.. Senttoauy
aildrefs on ruci-Wt ot two three cent, stumps. Ad
dress I'l.arles K. Hires, M North Delaware, avenue
1 for the winter in liirining ilihtrielH. Very
I I lurge retuniH for comparatively little labor.
1 VaaiajKorfnll niirtieiilursiidilresH linini'iiliiiely
fcia i.nlnlt.VM.E Jl ll CO. 71 llruadwa, ,.V.
BOLD, KlUl AWAHDED
th A uthnr. A new and itriutl liixl
l .) Work,arrnut.id l he iHiataml
choaioHl, iiutiitHui.ahiH to every
niuti,intlUl "lhe Hclanoenf ljfe
or.S'll l'nrinuon ; hound in
flnimt Kreucli uiniUin.enitKiaaed,
ti eninuyiiiK. IU6 pr-onn.
In. n, pneo only $1.1 aeot by
niai! : illustratisl HAitinln.tfiwnU;
end now.Aildrtw fralxidj Mod.
rWflW TTIY!rT V i,"1 l"tutoor lr. W. II. I'Alt-
. K V. li. Ni 4 llulliuch L UoaUin.
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Are Superior io all other Floaters
Are Superior lo Pods.
Are Superior to Liniments.
Are Superior to Olutinonts or Salvee. (
Are superior to Electricity or caJvaolam
They Act Immediately.
They Believe Pain at Ones.
They Positively Curs.
Benson's Captfn. Pnrotii Plas
ter have been Imitated. Do
not allow your drugtrist to
palm off some other plaster having a similar
sounding name. See that the word If spelled
OA-r-V-I-N - H. rrlre w cut.
SEABURY A JOHNSON.
Mauufiicturing Clirinlsis, NuwTotk.
A"H!KK ItKiMKliV AT rAHT."7rieT ISe
HUD'S Medicated CORN ind BUNION PLASTU.
nnanmnnli rnn.iimr.llnn anA I1 : .. . .
r. ,v..n., wu.hiii,iiiu auu au uievanua Ul 1UO
Hit always been ono of (ho most Important
woapons wielded hy the medical faculty
against the encroachments of Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis, Asthma, More Throat. Consump
tion in It Innlnlent and iiIvuii.d .i.,in. mnA
By addressing GKO. P. ROW ELL & CO., 10
Spruce ft., New York, can learn the exact cost of
any proposed line ol'advertising In American news
papers. tSrilW-page pamphlet, 25c.
YfiTTTrr MVK If Jon would learn Telegra
iUljll phy In four months, and be
certain of a situation, addross Valentine Brothers,
Jauesvllle, W Is,
A YEAR and expenses to agents. Out
fits free. Address
P. O. VICKERY, Augusta, Me.
The Coiirler-Jotirual. Henry Waterson, Editor,
is hy circulation and reputation the acknowledged
Representative Newspaper of the South. As a re
liable and vulimhlo newspaper, It has no superior
in this country or in the world. It makes earnest
vigorous war on protective tariff robbery and Mor
mon poly isaiuy, twnevlls that blight the prosperity
and morality of the United States. It is able,
bright and newsy, contains the strongesleditoriuls,
tho most complete summitry of the uews of the
world, the best telegrnplc and general correspond
ence, full turf and stock reports, market reports,
fashlou reports, Talmuge's sennous, splendid or
igiiinl serial stories and novelettes, poetry depart
ment for children, answers to correspondents, etc.,
etc. ; in a word, everylnngto make It a delight to
the family circle, and Invaluable to the man of bus
it'oss, thn farmer, the mechanic, and the laborer.
Specimen copies and full descriptive premium
circulars will be cent free of charge, to any one on
application. Subscription terms, postage free,
sre-for Dally, $1J; Bundav, ti; Weekly, tl.BO.
Any ono sending four yearly subscribers and six '
dollars, will be entitled to an extra copy of the
Weekly 1'oiirler-Joiirual one yesr. free to any ad
dress. Address W. N. U ALOE MAN,
1'rcsidunt Courier Journal Co., Louisville, hy.
a week invonrown town. $5 outfit
free. No risk, everything new, capi
tal not required, we will furnish you
cvcrylhiug Many are making for
tunes Ladies make as much as men,
and boya and girls make grcut pay
Reader, if you want a huslnyssitt which you can
miiko great nay nU the time you work, write for par
tlculars to li. Uallott Co. Portland, Maine. .
glllNGLES! SHINGLES !1 .
CAPTAIN B. F.CURTIS
Una started his
At Jlodgen Park.
Capacity 20,000 Per Dav
And is prepared to fill all orders promptly.
Corner Eighteenth and Poplar Btreuts.
" fW Vitet rVeavmt
laallaS of all rwlaataa.
n.w, raiutimitiil.. Bolt
AalaiMaiM hydallI)iaA Pvrtaak
w w "w Cn..W. Yonrorr Sotllfc
V Allrarnwr, niouiera, iiuiioeai lueo, Medun-I
rirm Ktn. who are tired but bv work or tvmrv. emll
Lallwno are muerauie wiu inrapepua. kimuouki
(turn, Neuralgia, or IioweL Kidney or Liver Coaa-4
rJnlnl. iii rin v.l nvltmrtri andntvMlKwMMn4
If you are waiting away with. Consumption, ihaJ
ilpationorany weakness, rou will find Parker'tl
Cmcer Tonic the otealeat liloodFertiluerandthci
band far superior to Bitten and other Tonka, m ill
nuifcis vp the. system, but never inroiicaro. jo
,cr. and $i ire. Hitcnic ft Ci..Cheinira, N. V.l
f are wvm . war iiaiaawBaiaai
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