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B. A. Hnruett, Cairo, Illinois.
The Bewitched Button Box.
Mrs. Pp Wolf is a widow, residing
with lier fifiecn-wnr-old (lnugliter in
East St. Louis oh Oollinville Avenue,
next the Kleiiilsenn's harbor-shop Night
before last sho hihI her daughter, about
Devon o'clock, sat down by a table to do
some' mending ami sewing. On the
table was phio-il a box, containing a
large number of buttons, of almost every
coneeivuble description. All at once
buttons began to lly about the room,
striking on lite lcd, Ktove, and other
articles of furniture. Mrs. Do Wolf
and daughter of course were alarmed
and thought, that some one was throw,
ing the buttons into the room from th(
outsiiR 15ut they noticed that theii
button box was being emptied of buttons.
Thoroughly alarmed, Mrs. De Wolf called
Mr. Kleinhenn, the barber next door,
lie, with his mother, an old lady, ami
his assistant, l'ete, hurried to the wo
man's apartment. Buttons, sure
enough, were lying on the floor, on the
bed, on the stove, anil elsewhere, and
were continuing to be. hurled from the
box-. All of tl'.em commenced picking
up buttons, and depositing 'them back
in the box. Hut the button throwing
continued all the time, and the parties
were hit upon their faces and heads by
them. Again and again was the box
emptied. This phenomenon continued
for about two hours, when it suddenly
ceased, and the buttons being the last
time nlacc.d in the box, remaint d uuino
lesteu. There was a bright light burn
ing on the table the whole time, and no
agency could, be detected in the manip
ulation of the buttons. All this is in
explicable to the parties mentioned, all
of whom related it to the llepuhlictm re
porter. None of them are Spiritualists.
St. Louis liVpultlivmi.
Hints for Mothers.
When your daughter performs a task
iu an ill-fashioned manner, ulways nay:
"There! I might as well havo done "it
myself in the lir.-l place,'' and then take
the work out of 'her hand ami do it
yourself. This will encourage the girl
not to try to do the thing next time blio
is set about it.
Never permit your son to havo any
aniUKcmciit at home. This w ill induce
him to seek it. in places where you will
not. be annoyed by bis noise.,
Thei-e is tto place like home. Implex
this truth upon your children by mak
ing home in di-iigrecable and unlike any
other place as possible.
Never neglect the lock on the pantry.
Some boys havu probably turned out
lir.st-elass house-breakers, all on account
of this judicious treatment in early child
hood. He gentle and courteous before, com
pany; but if yon have a temper, let your
children have a taste tf it a. often as
convenient. A mother should never
practice deception upon her brood.
Talk slightingly of your husband to
yours boys and girls, This will" make
them re.Npcct their father.
Tell your child he shall not do a thing,
nnd then let him I vase you into giving
your on consent. This will teach him hat
to do subsi'ijtient occasions.
Make pnnnises to your children, and
then neglect to keep them. This will
lead your chiMcrn not to place ton
much reliance, upon your word, and
shield them from many disappoint
ments. Tell your ehildern thev are not the
worst yon ever saw, and they will no
doubt endeavor to merit your appreeia
' tiuti. Ihdun Transcript.
How Hull Split His Tights
The late Ogden Holl'maii, who was a
midshipman with him, used to tell an
odd story of the engagement between
"Old Ironsides" and the (luerriere. He
said that as the ships drew nearer to
. each other an ollicer came in haste to
Hull to ask for orders to tire. "Not
yet," was the quiet response. As thev
came still nearer, and the l'.rilish vessel
poured in her lire, the tirst lieutenant of
the Constitution came on the poop ami
begged permission to return tlie broad
side, savins that the men could not bo
...ji I i. i. ..v. . .
I c-pu iillu:M JIHU.II IWIIIT. iOl yCl.
was the reply. Still nearer the 15rili-.li
ship came, and the American prisoners
who were in the cockpit of the (iiierri
cro afterward said that they began to be
lieve that their own countrymen wen-
nfr.'ilrl t.n lni'iinm flwor yf i.titrt I, uitl.
the enemy, and this thought gave them
more puin than the wounds which some
of them wero sufl'cring from. In a im
menttho (iucrricrn gallantly came for
ward, showing her burnished sides, ami
as tho hwell carried her close to the verv
muzzles of "Old ironsides," ('apt, llult,
.who vvns wii-ii ipme jai, una tUVsseil in
, full tights, bent himself twice to the
OccK, ami, with every muscle and vein
I.M..I.1.t ...ti. ....(,... ..i
iiii""i'iu- n mi cAvm-mi-iii, Miuuicil out;
.""Now, boys pour it into them." Thai.
jbroadside settled their opponents, ami
when the smoke cleared hwbv theircoin-
, ; tnander'a tighls were lobe seen split
fn.Tii wii.ll.uli.l I.. tr..U
.. .... ..... ........i jinn, in n ii i
' disconcerted, ",-tve orders with nerfi-i i
' noolnoHs, nml only changed his tiirhts
wnen uie luiii.jii comiuamtcr s swoid
'M 'H tfiVll U(.-
'i' At 'ii'. - . 'i
in regard to the great curative properties of
UNDOUBTED CURES OF
Tho Originals of the following Letters, as
well us many thousand others, which lack
of space in this paper prevents our publish
ing, can be seen by any one at the Olllce of
Dr. J. II. Schenck & Sou la Philadelphia.
We ask the Afflicted to go
and see the people who .
wrile these Letters.
If this is impossible, write to
them, enclosing a stamp
for return postage,
For other Certificates of Cures, tend Jor
Dr. Scltenck's Book on Consumption,
Liter Complaint and Dyspepsia. It gives
a full description of these diseases in their
tarU'iis forms, ah), tabiaUe information
in regard to the diet and clothing of the
sick; horn and vhen exercise thould le
taken, dc. This book is the result of
many years of erjierience in the treatment
of Lung Diseases, and should he reul, not
only hy the afflicted, but by .W tcho.from
hereditary taint or other came, siippise
tliemsehes WihU to any ajection of the
throat or lungs.
IT IS SENT FREE
Post-Paid, to all Applicants.
AdJrex, Dr. J. II. S-'Junck d &yr, 573
Arch Ht., Philadelphia, Pa.
From Springfield, Ohio.
SlKINGKIELD, OHIO., (
Dr. J. H. S'.hknck : Jan. ay, iSo f
DcjrSIr From a fct'lingof gramme and a dc-
urt to benefit others, 1 bend you tlui cortitic jic that
all may knuw of ttie virtues of your rrmtdic. Hon
over one year my case wemed hopeless ; I had
night iwrats, losb of appetite, a very severe cmjch
and complete prostration of my whole system. My
physician pronounced my disease Consumption. I
was reduced altmiM to a skeleton, and all the med
icines 1 took failed to give me any relief. 1 had
fully made up my mind that 1 is incurable, when
an acquaintance recommended your remedies. ' I
had little faith in them, huwever, havini; low all
hope ; but, in a very short nmc after cmnmeniiij;
their use, I found to my rcat surprise that I wai
Ki-llini; ktroneer and that my worst symptoms were
fast disappearing. I iersevered in UkinR them
until I wa restored to pertect health. 1 assure you
that lannuape fails to express the uratilude 1 feel
towards you for your skill in preparing to good and
great a remedy.
CATHERINE A. TEWART.
Cured of CoiiHcnnptloii after Two Years of
he ere IIIiicks.
Nrwrnni.ti, N. Y., I
I)h. J. II. Schknck: Match 4, i$t )
Dear Sir 1 feel that I am doing g'xd to others
by tcllnii; you what your medicines have done for
nic. I was sick with Consumption for over two
years, and after trying many remedies and employ
ing the list phys.cians in thin city, without benefit,
I was induced to me your medicines. I h.id hardly
taken Uie lirsi bottle before I fell much better, and
alter continuing their use. for some lime wan en
tirely cured. This wan over ux years ae;o, and .hi I
have continued to eniov irood health since, I feel
that mv cure is iicrtnanent. I a.in happv to add my
testimony with many others to the rilicacy ot your
medicines. 1 know many others in Newburgll who
have, been bcnrtiited by their use.
MHS. SOPHIA M. I.AWSON.
No. 59 Ann Strcc t, Ncwburgh, N. Y
l'roin Mr. llMilcy I'. Hopkins, of l'rovl-ili'iie.,-,
11, 1, He Ih Curnit of Conminiptlon
liy llr, Scheiii k'a MiMlivlnt-a, nftt-r being
glvi'ii up to (Ho by Numnuf tho best phjsl
cUiih of.' tho city.
Dh. J. 11. Viip.nck:
Dear Sir I have been cured of what three
of the bt st physicians of lint city told me was Con
sumptic n of the lungs, by the use of yur meili.
cines. I was lirst ittacked with the disease in Oc
tober, ,83o, and although I was from that time
continu ally undrr the care of a physician, I grew
worse and worse until at last 1 was confined to my
bed. I can hardly nay that 1 was firm attacked with
the dn ease 111 moo, for my lungs had been weak
lor m;,ny year previous 10 this, and I would quite
ollen have- severe nam in my breast if I took the
least told or exerted myself tim much in any way.
I grr w worse, my cough became very bad ; I had
nig it sweats ho severe that my bed through the
night would be as wet m though water had been
lliro wn over me. I was continually raising blood
and large quantities of offensive matter Irom my
luni;, n,l m Lei had all the well-known symptoms
ol Vonsumpiion iu Us last stages,
At the request 01 my family, my physician called
m two other doctors of this city, and thry after an
elimination ngrred that my ease was hopeless.
I ticy informed my wile that I had better be told
that 1 could not live, as my time would be very
short for arranging my worldly affairs. They also
aid that nn medicine would he of any use to me.
Thenejttdny my friend, Mr. A. I. I.eitli, hearing of
my condition, sent me a bottle of your Pulmonic
hyrup, thinking It might relieve my cough, and
make my expectoration easier. I began using it,
nevr even honing that It would cure uie, but find
ingdreairehcfffom Its. use, when the titui buttle
THE DAILY CAIRO BILTKTIN:
was gone I iiem and got molt-; so I continued it un
til 1 had used seven or eight hollies. All this time
I was in bed and was so weak that I had to be
lifted. This was not a difficult thing to do, how
ever, as 1 only weighed about 90 pounds. As I
have said, I commenced the use of your medicine
with no thought of its curing me, but after taking
the eighth bottle I would sometimes leel a lit tie
hungry, a thing I bad not before done for many
months. 1 omitted to mention that after taking
four or five bodies of the Pulmonic Syrup, I also
began taking the Seaweed Tonic, and I also took
some ol the Mandrake Pills.
Ii is needless for me to give you an account of all
my feelings during my recovery. Ol course it was
slow, but it was also sure. I gradually gained
slrength, the character of what I raised from my
lungs was changed, not being so offensive, and at
last 1 was able to gel up and walk about my room.
Kroin this time my recovery was rapid. 1 gained
llcsh fast and soon wenl out doors, and now, I am
entirely well, a wonder to all my acquaintances who
saw me when I was so low.
I weigh 1 6a pounds, appetite good, and lean
truly say tlutt 1 never (elt belter in my life . I con
sider your medicines as wonderful in their effects.
They have saved my life and 1 leel so thankful to
you that 1 am anxious that all who are suffering
with lung troubles should know how good they are.
Of course, I can give a belter account of my case
telling ol il than m writing and if any who read this
are interested, they arc welcome to call 011 me auny
May loth, 1S81. HARLEY P. HOPKINS,
No. a Howell St., frovidence, R. I.
. Mk, Haki.fy P. Hoi kin-., w ho writes the foiegoing
letter to Dr. Schenck uf Philadelphia, is an old resi
dent of Providence, I have known him well lor
the last fifteen years, and I can assure the public
that all he has written in regard to his sickness and
recovery is strictly true. He was considered a con
sumptive in the last stages of the disease by his
physician and friends.and I believe that his recovery
Bentirely due to the use of Dr. Schenck's Medicines.
May I'jtU, 1B81. II. I. LKITH, Druggist,
No, sSj North Main St., Providence, R. I.
I'rom Hay City, Slk-h. Another ritso uf
Consumption cured by llr. Nclirnck's
Hay Citv, Mi' ii., I
Dk. J. U. ScniiNCK : Nov. 10th, 1SS0. f
Dear Sir I write this to give you an account of
the cure of my mother by your medicines. Six
years ago, from the effects of a heavy cold, she was
reduced very low with Consumption, and was pro
nounced incurable by her physician. She had a
terrible cough, and some of her coughing spells
would last so long that she would turn black in the
face and often raise as much as a pint ot blood at a
time. When she was lirst taken sick she was quite
stout, but from the loss of blood by hemorrhages,
and the loss of sleep, she was at last reduced to al
most a skeleton. W hile in this terrible condition,
I happened to read your advertisement in an Os
wego, N". Y., piper, where c were living at this
time. The statements of those who had used your
medicines seemed so candid add reasonable that we
conclude I 10 give thein a trial, and I can truly say,
that by coming to this conclusion my mother's lite
was saved from a Consumptive's grave. She com
menced by using all your remedies, as directed bv
you, and we soon saw a marked improvement in all
her symptoms. In conclusion I will say, that she
continued their use until she was entirely well, re
gaining her former weight and strength.
Dr. Sciu nck : October t)th, E5i.
Dear Sir I have reason to know the value of
your Remedies; the Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed
T mc and Mandrake Pills. I have used them in
my family for many years. They were first brought
to my not.ee in ii 2. I was then very far gone
with D:sea.se of the Lur.js, and had been given up
by thysvsa.i f die. Mr. A. B. Griffin, of Rarenna,
Vti-.. "mi -xrd cie to try y.-ur Medicines, saying
tha: thev had cured ram of Lur.g Disease af ter te
fcd txm n as i? a c -ni.lion as myt. Icon
k:,:i1ii!os a 1 t-ad m -:ber hope of bemtr
cure. I irscl t:.e Pelm-aic S-.tu? and Seaweed
T..rc. a-il Sec to p-ici. ur rgiil away Fer!:r.e
cy exec -.j.! iir:.r.v;ri. I e; -a u?r. the Me3i
:';. 11 -"-- )" betas- c-:;e well 4ad Norig
i ii tc.i tt c.tiu. uc j sa to ii-. CUT.
Fxtsua sf I. N. T'..'i' sh,;.p, EtCevead,
From an Old resident of Albany. White
Line Central Trajisit Co. George C. Ked-
N. Y. a-ntral
Freight Cepot, J
r.ge and Water Sts..
any, Feb. lb, liii. )
orrier of Ora:
Do. i. H. tsaii: K. PhiU., P:
DtarSir-T wn:e this to let you know that my
little daughter Henrietta, whom you saw on your
visit to this city in the fall of if 79, has entirely re
covered her health by the use of your Medicines.
1 wish also at the same time to give you some lacts
in regard to her case which I did not have lime to
do when you were here. My daughter was con
sidered a healthy child until the month of Novem
ber. i"7.-. when she was attacked with Remiltant
Fever, with which she was sick for a long time.
As she was n covermc from it she took a heavy
cold, which settled on tier luncs. nroducinc con
stant hai king cough. As several of lier mother's
relatives had died of Consumption, we were much
troubled in regard to her case, es(ecially as our
physician told us ihat her lungs were weak, and af
ter her cough had continued some time, that they
were seriously atlcctcd. He presented many
things for her, principally cod liver oil and stimu
lants ; Dul sue kept getting worse ana worse, unui
at last nc tola us tn.it mere was no noc ior ner re
covery ; and, to satisfy us that he had done all that
it was possible ("r linn to do, called ill two other
doctors. Tiiev, after consultation, agreed that she
must die, and that ail we could do was to make her
comfortable while she lived. This was iu the
month of September, 175. Although we were as
smed by our physician that oi.r little daughter could
riot get well, yet we were always looking over the
papers to try and find iviinc thing that would at least
preserve her life for a tune, (me evening I read in
the Ai.iA'v I'.vk.'.I'.i. Tim, the statements of many
who had been cured of serious lung diseases by
your Medicines, and feeling that they at least could
do her no harm, I concluded to give llieni atrial.
1 therefore went 10 the drug store of Mr. Miller, a
gentleman with whom I was well acquainted, and
asked linn what lie knew or thought of your Medi
cines.. He said: " I have heard them highly
spoken ol bv my customers, and believe them to be
good." I then Ix.uglil a Ixittle ol the Pulmonic
Syrup, as well as some of the Mandrake Pillsand
Seaweed Tonic, and my daughter commenced muse
thein according to the printed directions. We all
soon saw that they were doing her good. When
she had taken them about two weeks we noticed by
the paper that you were to visit Albany profession
ally, and. taking advantage of this opportunity, we
had you see her. Althougll you dirt not sec ner at
the worst, you nf course remember her apparently
howlc ,s condition. Wc ran only say that finm the
Medicines you gave her she soon rapidly improved
and became healthy and strong. We give you this
certificate or letter that others may know of your
great Medicines. I am satisfied that you saved the
life of my child, as she was pronounced bcyond.med
Kat aid bv three of .lie best physicians of this city.
Respectfully Yours, '
GEORGE C. REDDEN,
Agent ol the While Line, Albany, N, Y.
DR.- SCHENCK'S .
Do not produce sickness at the stomach, nausea or
trrlping. On the contrary, they are so mild nnd
agreeable in their action lliat a person sulfrtii
witn 11 sick hrailache, sour stomach, or pain in the
bowels, it speedily relieved of these distressing
symptoms. They act ilirertly on the liver, the or
gan which, when in a healthy condition purities the
blood for the whole, body.
They arc a perfect iircp;u-ation nf the greal and
weli-ltiiown remedy, Mandrake or Podophyllin, a
remedy 1 hat has displacod the cine of mercury, as
well us many other poisonous drugs, in the practice
of every intelligent physician.
prof. John King, f the College f Medicine, of
Cincinnati, says 1 " In Constipation il auts upon
the bowels without disposing llictn to subsequent
cosllveness. In Chronic l.iver Complaint there is
not lit equal in the whole range of medicines, being
vastly more useful than mercurial agents, arousing
the liver to healthy action, Increasing the (low of
bile, and keeping up these, actions longer than any
oilier agent vritli.wlilch we are acquainted." (Sec
American Dispensatory, page 710.)
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUAUY 20, 1852
111 nil cases of l.iver Complaint or Dyspepsia,
where there is great weakness or debility, Dr.
Hf lKtiirk'it rli'iiweml Tuulu should be used 10
connection with these Pills.
Dr. Schenck's Medicines:
and Pulmonic Syrup
Are sold by nil Druggists, nd full directions for
their use arc printed on the wrappers of every
Lougovity Among the Rich and Poor
lbnin Knlli, of (iVrniiiny. lum rm'nt
lvpvi'ii soini! init'ivstino; statistics i-on-c'fi-nitiy
tin ciiiiipanitivi' vitality ofcliiltl
lvti timliT various nit'tlioils of fciCMiinjr.
Of luo cliililivn niirst'ii by their mothers
only Ih.l' ilieil (lui-'mo; tho lirst yeiir: of
those nniseil liy wet. nurses,' 'J'J.IW tliod;
of tliose ai'lilieially fell, (iOdieil; oft host)
hroiio'lit tip in itisiitiitions, HI) dieilto tlm
It hi. Taking l.iHMI well-to-do persons
Mini I. in"1 poor persons thein remained
of tlie prosperous after live years 043,
while of the poor lo.it, fi.iS remnined
alive. After tifly years there remained
of the prosperous ,V7 and of tho poor
only :'s:l. At 70 yettrsof age thrro re
mained 2."5 of the'prosperous, w hile tho
number of the poor yet livinjr was but
liTi. The avernirn length of lifn among
the well-to-do was found to bo 60 years,
and of the poor .'5'J years.
Tin s,! ligmv.s are greatly at varianea
willi receiwd opinions upon the subject.
It has lung been supposed that the child
ren of the poor are as a rule longer-lived
than tho.-e of the wealthy. Baron Knlh's
facts show that the lwcisc is true. Tho
author gives some reasons for thismark
.ed ditVerencc in point of vitality bet ween
the two cl'is-es. The chief of tl.se is,
ninniij the poor ''the proper saniVirv
coinliliuns and of such food and cloth
ing as are needed to sustain the body
properly wear- upon the system and not
only lays it open to the at tacks of disease
bul' makes it less capable of resistancfi
to its incursions."
He YfoulJu't Kiss Twice in the Same
"You must kiss me twice in the very
same place, (icorgc, or I can never be
"Are j oil certain of this. Myrtle? Is
there 110' appeal from this decision?'1
None, whatever," answered the girl,
giving her bustle a hitch to the left.
Looking lovingly into Myrtle's deep
blue ces, (Jcorge bent over and kissed
the Mi'nin -haired beauty on her right
check. juM aft t f where a chunk of gum
lay silently alongside her jaw.
"And it I do in. t kisynu again we
iuut part forever?" lie asked.
Yes." replied Myrtle."
"Then good evening,'1 he said incold,
cruel tones. "You have unwittingly re-le-itscd
me fpm my vows," and, with a
hoare. piratical laugh, he jumped ovei
the front gate a'ld was gone.
Wh :;t i hive?" asks everybody, and
v inelxii'iv replies: "It is a feehrig that
you ih. n't want another fellow fooling
Tiii.kk is more strength restoring power
In a -jO ceiii bottle of Parker to Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of malt or a gallon
of miik. As an apttizer, blood purifier and
kidney corrector, there is nothing like it,
and invalids find it a wonderful invigorant
for mind and Imdy. See other column.
I strongly reeommend the use of Pel
lows' (Vinipnnud Syrup of Hypophosphitus
to all who hulb.r 111 auv way lrom disease
or weakness of the Luiijjh, lironchial Tubes,
or general dcluhtv.
J. II. W. SnirrM.I)., Gagetown, N. Ii.
A nsa!, i n.i k Ton free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Hemedy. Price r0
0i Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Ir. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Vol
tuic lie Its unot other Electric Appli
ances on trial for ;0 days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
I ehilifv, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relict und complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, liupture, and many other
diseases. Ilbistiirted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic llelt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
A Conh. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Aeglect frerjuentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
suniption. Prown's Pronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief m
Asthma. Proriclntis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Thro t Troubles which Singers anil
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide nnd constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staplo
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Ovkji 200,0(10 IIowo Scales have been
old. Send for catalogue to Ilorden, Sellcck
& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (o1)
Why will yoo cough when Shiloh's
Curo will give immediate- relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and fl. 11
Allen's Prain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of irenerativn organs, ft, 0 for fl. All
druggists. Send for circular to Alton's
Pharmacy, U15 First Ave., N. Y. Sold iu
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Rimluh'r f'ATAiiuir Ukmkdy a nositivo
euro for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
'IIackmktack,1 0 lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
'Aim you madk miserable by Indigestion
Constipntlon, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Binioirs vitiuizci is o posi
Live cure. 10
Shiloh's Cuuk will immediately relievo
Croup. WbiKming cough and JJrou
Tub beauty and color of the I wtir oiRv bn
ifelv retfuluud bv llsinir Pile Lor 'a I fair
Balsam, which is much admired for its
perfume, cloudiness and dandruff eradicat
Foil Dysi'EPHIA mil Liver f'limnlalnf
you will havo printed guarantee on every
bottle of Hhiloh's Vitalir.er.1 It never faila
to cure. ' in .
GKEAT Gkkm DESTROYER.
L'lrers purl thiil Hiul heal
ed, lituigrcuu pre
vetiti'd ami cured.
Wonnds ln-nhd rnpldly.
Scurvy cured in short
Toltc-r dried up.
It Im perlVr'ly hurnilecH.
For soro throat II is a
Kk adicat e D
l UIIIUKIllli llcellovcU. '
Hick rooiiiH purlllud und
Kuvered nnd sick per
sons relieved and ru
f remind I'V hut hi 11 g
Fluid sdtltid to I ho
80ft ss ill to coiiipli xUins
mir.uri'il hy Its 11 su In
Impnrti sir ninde liiiriu-
l llilllMU Ul'BlptttC'U,
Ship f"ver prevented hy
In cafes of death In the
lionet'. It should al
ways be UHuil about
tlx corpse. It will
preveu' auy unplr.s
sut piih'II. An anil
dote for aulmal orveg
etahle polvons, stings,
Dangerous effluvia of
nick rooms snd hosptl
uIm removed hy Its use
Yellow fever eradicated.
less nnd punned liy
To purlly thu hrealli.
clcsMni thu teeth, it
can't ho inirpasied.
( atarrh relieved und
Erysipelas cured .
luiriis reiicvcil liintiilly.
lieniovi's all unpleiisaiTt
Id fact it Is the great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
MantiUcturlnif Ctiralsts, Snl.K I'KOI'UIETOIIS.
Is a comhrtiatioii of H j uilnHi.lilti s, orlttlnatc-d
hy me In Canada hile under the process of pulmo
nary conimmptlon. and which Iihh itice heen em
ployed hy the nic-dicul profession thronchnnl Amur
ea and Etiuland v.iin iiiiproeedt riieil success.
It contains tin' elenieuis es enllaltothe animal
orj.'ttin.s'loii, the oxidi.uij! at," tn and Ionics.
In comhliiation with the etiiniilaitm: a-cnt plios
phoriiH. possi sslnu the nn-ril of heuijtslithtly alka
line, anil Is dispensed In the cimvunieut and palat
able form of a syrup.
Its effects are uma ly vlsihln wlthui twenty-four
hours and ar marked hv a stimulation of the appe
lite, the digestion and usMmllatlon, viilerint: di
rectly Into the circulation; H tonss the nerves and
muscles; exerts a healtliy net Ion oi tMe s. cretlons;
iielttu-r dislurhs the slomsrh noriolures the system
undir prolonged use, and iiihv ln discontinued at
any time without liiciiuvi:nleur. ,
In a word It possesses the s'luiulants to amuse
the strenirih, tho tonics to retain it. ami merit of a
lilirh deuree. Very respectfully,
IAMBS I. FELLOWS.
1'" D not b deceived liy reinwlles hi arlnira
similar iiauiu; no other propu atioti Is a siibslllute
lor this, 'inder unv circuiiistaiices.
YOH SALE BY DHfGOISTS.
I'uin Cannot Slav Where
J t Is UhccI.
Khticmatisni is cured hy
THOMAS' KCLECTKIC OIL
A lume back of eljrht years stundliiR was positive
ly cured hy 50 cents worth of
Common soro throul Is cured with one dose of
THOMAS' KCLECTKIC OIL,
Coughs andcoMs arc r.tiruil by
TII0.MA.1' ECLKCTUIC OIL,
All throat and lung disease are rnrcrt by
THOMAS' KCLECTKIC OIL.
Asthma Is cured by
THOMAS' KCLECTKIC OIL,
Hums and frost biles arc rojievnd at onco by
THOMAS' ECLKCTUIC OIL
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere
Price 50c. and f l
FOSTER, MILIUMS & CO., Prop'rs.
Huiialo. N. Y.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. The Great Kn-
lish remedy, An
unlalllnK cure for
ixitencv and all
diseases thlit I'olow
as a sequence
or soir-amise; asy
, t -I
loss Ol lliuiuor
tllmnoss of vision, tiremiituru old ami, und many
nlhur diseases that lead to insanity, consumption
or a nrenmliuo rravu
lfFiill parllcutors In our pamphlet, which wa
ties I an lostind froa hv mull to uvurvnrin, frTho
Hpeclflc Mudlclne Is sold hv all druidilsts at $1 pi
pacKaiie, or six packauet for f or will lie sent, fn
DV Inalion rucmpt otinu inonev, nv nnuressmK.
T1IS GRAY MBDIC1MK CO.,
Bold In Cairo bv Faul tkivih.
Ob YR U PUfi AW
m i3i3 ""3 3 v
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Ufa IoHurance Curopa&y
IN THE WOltLU.
it alone issues
n.iiuin,iiiK inai iuo couiiaci oi instiraiicu "suau
uoi oe iiisiriieu afu-r It Is Ihree jears old,
and that such policies shall he
on receipt of satisfactory proofs nf death.
its policy U clear and concise, and contains
NO AKDUO'US CONDITIONS.
short and aimplnforiu used by tho Ki)tiltalile lih
mo ixuk oii'i uosciiru cuuiracis loaucu uowu wllo
technicalities lssuud hy other companies!
Its CASH KETURNS
to policy holders aro
N. H. Sec the many letters from policy holders
ftprssslnu their gratification with tlie returns from
their Tontinh Simus Kind roucins.
liecnuso ol ita
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Si'ctircly In ve ted, nearly
K. A. BURNETT, Agent,
Offlce. corner lilh and Washington.
November. ;M, Ittsi.-mMw
j jr "ty Great rbsnce to mskc niiti-
I I I IV cr. Those ho always tnko
aavantaKe o tlie (.Mod cnnti
ces to make nio't-y that v
oflVred. Ketiemlly hecoino
vt ealtl. v. w hlie those who do
not improve snch chsncis remain In povertr. We
want many men, women, hoys and i:ir:s to worn loi
i.s riiihl in their own lucalltlei. Ai.y oie run du
lh work properly from the first start. Thu busi
ness will pay mor than ten times ordinary wa'.'es.
Expensive uttttlt furnished free-. o one who eti's
ees fulls to niaki money rapidly. Von can devote
your wlio.c time to the work, or on y your sparw
momeuts. Full Information and all that Is r.eedsd
rent froe. Address Stlnson A Co.. foitlaiid, Maine.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv Hth, 1877, 1'nilcr tli Lawn o
the State of IllinolH. Copyrighted Julv
tl, 1877, l uder ActoI'Cuiii;ns8. , .
P.O. SC'll VII.
!. T. hl'UD...
J. A. GOI.DHTINK...
n. I,EintlTiiNk I,, h. THOMAS.
J . 11. WHITE, W. F. I'l'ITUKK,
J. 8. McOAIIKY.
UOAItlJ OF MANAOKUSi
William Stratfon. of Strntton 4 Illrd, wholesalo
grocers; Paul U. Hchub, wholesale and retail ilruu
iiist j Uazen LeiKhton, conmlsslnn marr.hnut; Jas.
8. Mctjahey, liimher dealer; J. J. liorilnn, phys
ician; J. A. (ioldstlne. ofOoldstliin K Hosenwater,
wholosalu and rntall dry roihIh, etc.; Wm.K. Pitch
er, tieueral anent; liuurvll. Kills, city printer and
hook binder; Chusluy llaynes, Cooper; Jno. V.
White, assistant secretary and solicitors Albert
Lewis, dealer In Cour and (train K. Ilross. presl
deul Alexinder County Bank; tl. W. liuiidrlcks,
cotiUactor and builder; Cyrus Close, (tuiieral
auent; Thomas I.owls, secretary and attorney at
law; L.8. Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. K
itussel, contractor and builder; V. T, ltudd
agent C. St. L. N. O. rnllaoad;Mosus I'hllllps.rftr
tiunler; 11. A. Chuinhley, contracio, Cairo, Ills..
Ilev. J. Hpencer, clergyman, Htl.euls, Jlo.j J. H.
Hot Ii il no, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Clmrlos
ton, Mo.; J. 11. Mooro , luv,ver, Commerce, Mo.r
I). rJiUKletiirv, physician, Arllnelon, Ky.j J. V.
Tarry, pbvslclan, Fulton, Kv.; Win. Kyau, farmer,
Murrv.Kv.jA. Btelnhach, mantiiaelurur of sad
dlerv, Evansvtllo, lud ; Iku Anderson, secretary
lo supurlntouduutO. 8t. L. & N O. railroad, Jack
son, Tenn.; J. 8. Hoburtson, phvslclau, White
vlllo, Tenn. ; Thomas A. Osborn, harness maker,
Jlollvar, Tenn. j Wm. L. Walker, "Dixit) Advor
tlslnKARonS," llollv burlui's, iMlsi
hnslnuii now hefore the public
Yon cau maka money faster at
work for us thai: at anything
'u'so. Capllsl uol lieedod. Wo
win start you. tjin a clay and
upwards made lit homa hv thu
Industrious men, women, boys and tlrls wanted uv
ery where to work fur us. Now Is llici time. Yon
can work In sparo time only or ulvo your wholi time
to tbe busluess. Yon can live at home and do tho
work. No othor business will pay yon nearly as
wail. Noone can fall to make- euormmis pay by
on(r(ln(( at onco. Costly outfit and tcrini tVco,
Money mala fast, easily and honorably. Address
True. A Co. , Anguita, Mains. 10-Su.
J chilis. I