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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.OSH of nppetito.N niOB.bowcl8 costive,
PaTinnthelfoTdJwitKft dull sensation In
CEe biick'piirlT 1'iiin wider the ihoulder
blftiTeVfunns" al'wrjjutinR, with admin
oiination tojeiorttqa ofbotly.or mind,
Irritability of teriiiuLow spirits, Lohs
of uiHiVcrj-jwith a fooling of liiivinfc nog
looted some dutyVweuriiioBS, IJi.ztuesH,
I'luttenrisrof the Heart, Dota before tha
EVsiaTiiightrtiiEhly colored Urine.
IF THESE WARNINGS AEE UN HEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON EE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'8 TILLS ro i'sp' lally Hdnpted to
Kill h t'tlltl K.OlIt lltlKfl eriectssiieliiu llHIIgtl
ot fnnlliiK t" ' tonixli tho-sutlcrcr.
Thev Iiii-wniM' lit. AM-llli. and raiiHO tha
body to Til on f-Ui.li. trots the HVMCiii is
niuirUm'rt.ftiilbylo 'i Tonic tionoii the
)iKrU' (kruiiii. It unlai NIMiU are pro.
die" it. l'rloe 'St cents. !tlurri,v St., N.l .
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
OiuvHAliicSrWlUNKi'usrliftiigccl t(in niwsv
BijiiK by a single H.iIt. :ilion of UiisDvK. It
Imparts a natural color, acta Instantaneously.
fcolJ lititit:utiwr-tit ny express mi ivtn of fl.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
(Tit. TCTTT H t M tl. of V.lusM. liif.irmi "d
Uwfol KwllU till 1 wallrd UU uptlnllin.F
Sprains Burn. Scalds, IlrnUrs Mre
llfHH, iit:eiiinniiMii, I.U11S, i U'tTK, uiu
Sorca, Touthnrtte, llciiilH('lir,Huro
Tluwnt, AMhnia, UonrM'ucsH,
JUSTIN I. FULTON, II. P., Brooklyn, N.Y-
"irovuiri useirro no a nocosKityin our noma."
P. A. 1 HSTURYKI.T. Jt. I)., Nashville. Tenn.
Have used larpfl quantities of ruND'S EXTUAt'T
In my practice.
Jlrt. 8. U. McfORI). Matron, rlomn of Destitute
Children. " We find it most efficacious ami nso
l"Htlon.-rON'D'8 TXTRACT is sold only in
pottles with tho name Mown in the class.
JTS-It ia unsafe to use other articles with our
direction. Insist on having TOD S EilKAL'T.
Kcfuso all imitations and substitutes,
special rnKVAiivnoN op r-oxn's tz
TKACT COMIILNKU WITO THE 1THKST
AND MOST 1 1 PLICATE r-EUPWlES
Foil LAW hi' 1J00DO1II.
TOMJ'S FXTUACT 60c,, $1.00 and $1.;5
Toilet ( ream 1.00
l atarrh Cure.
Up Kalw S? j
Inhaler (Glass COc.) l.(li
Bllit(l Paper... I'i
Family Syrinire If 1.00.
Orders amounting to $5 worth, sont cipross frco
on receipt of tnoimy or P. O. order.
TJ-OrB NliW I'AMl'lII.FT M1TH IIlKTOBT OF OlHI
rWlI'AllATIONS, 6i:M IliEE ON Al'l'LUATIOM TO
14 W. 14th St., Now Y oik.
Is a preparation of l'rotoxltlo of Iron, Peruvian
Itark and Hie l'lumpliates, asunclated with Ilia
Vepetntilo Aromalli B. Kielomed ty the Medical
Trofesslon. and reomtniK ii.led tiy tlieui for ly
n.n.ln. Urneral IX'hilltr. F,'inil- ltla
ram, Uiint of 'llulily, Arrvoua 1'roH
Irtiltiiii. I imvnleio'i nor from lever
rtnil t'lirHlc4'hlllit niul Kever. itaervti
every iiuriiote where a Tomu la lieceuaury.
Banufactared by The Dr. Hurler Medicine Co., St louis.
The following Is one of thu very many tcstlmo
nl&U v arc reculvliiK dally:
emthtim: Some three months apo 1 bepan tha
oae f l)n. llAHTKK's InoN '1'hnh;, upon Uie ad
Vleeof ninny file nils who knew lis lrlue. 1 wa
ulliTlng from general dt lillily to sueli an exUsut
thai my labor w n exceedingly tiiirilt'iisoine to me.
A vacation of a monOi lld mit nlve me uiueh ro
lief, hut on the contrary, was followed hy In
creased prostration uud slnklnpr chills. At this
time 1 htnitii thuum of your litON Toxic, from
which 1 realized alinont linioedlulu and wonderful
results. '1 he old energy returned and I found that
my natund force was not iieriiianently abated. I
liivn nm.il llm.e linllll H nf thc'l (IMC. Since UHllld
It 1 have done twice the labor that I ever illil tn tha
same, tlmedurliut my Illness, and with double the
mu. With thu tiMouull nerve and vlvnrof IkhIv.
Iirt. rytmn hIkii I'lt'iiriii'HH i,f tluiUL'ht nevur heforfl
enjoyed, if the Tunic has not duuu Urn work, I
knuwuutwtiut. 1 i.'lvc It the creilll.
llotlKcaU fully yours,
J. 1. VATKV.
Troy. O.. Jan. S, 1678. 1'uutorthristlau Church.
ruf;glits and General Dealers Evorywher
801 So. Clark St. CHICAGO, ILL.
The latest and most scientific Institution In the
United States, for the Cure of Chronic and Private
disease, (ionorrlnea. Gleet of long standini', Stric
ture. Orchitis. Kuolure. diseases of the skin and
bones, mercura! noie I h run I etc. safely and orlvat
ly treated. KI'KlUUT(lll(lltKA. Sexual Uehlllly
fipecillly cured. Iiiiiok Meu aull crlna Irom weau
nets. cuuneii b luinrudcmo. secret hahlt", excess-
a, produciiiic pimples on the tare, rush of blood to
the Iitud, (onfuMou ui ii.in.. hcuiliki'liH. defectivo
memory, loss of fcxiuil power, uleht losses, aver-
ion l soeUity, sleeplussiie.iH, nervous proslra
tiou. general ttebilily and lud!.'esllon, rcinlcrlni!
tuaiTiau improper, mfclv rnrwl. t auamntt
cures ia All ( aaes we undertake, no need to sutler
Oat lluv loiiL-er. Lhilcr our Ireatuusnt the body Is
ualileu to laku on fl.'fh. the amiUl" Is increased
and thu whole K.vsti in is nourlhea cnuslust tha
bralu aud iiei ven ture'Miu tluir Meor, torreipon-
done econtldcntial. Pull direction sent with tb
nKtUuiiiee, Address as above.
It you are a tnsii
It you sre a
nmn of let-
mrt v) ineairiun oi
your duttm avoid
fern toiling over mij-
Uight woik, to rea.
t4io brain ncrvciutd
Ktlmuls'it" and use
wwle, um Hop B.
If von are younsr and i
siilfcrlntf from any In
nuu i U you lire rnnr
lii.n.iiun ur Ui-nlnal
h.Hl or slntrln, eld or 1
poorlssdtu or Iwifulsli I
usm. rvijf ou Hop!
youuK. sulr'Tinif fmui
tinf ou a bed of siuk
Whoever you aw,
Wheuerer uu Uv t
nually fro in soma
form of K Id ne v
that your vyxbin i
IMHN1S ClcaiUWK, tcu
loir or slimulutluif,
'(UMaMl Unit niiuht
ra iimoiy unvol
nvo you ft-
D. I. C.
of Ui sfoniorti,
Is an ohonlnto
I hit Cure for
Ton will tc
ini of opium,
curod tr you use
" UftCDD , or
lti It msiy
dred. Tnrntttis Out.
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Loiters and comm .iirations snoaia ne eaaressea
E. A. Burnett., Cairo, Illinois.
A doctor of Helena. Montana, mado
5437.60 in one day, reeently, by vaccinat
ing 171 persons at $'2!H) each.
A cinnt. Abeokuta bv name, born at
Dahomey, L'O years of itre, eirht feet
hiffh, ami still growing, is among tho
distinguisheil arrivals in New York.
Lund eoniniands a high prit c at Win
nipeg, Manitoba. Lieut.-Gov. Cauehon
recently soul a farm of nvc nunureu
acres in the suburbs to a syndicate for
America does not monopolize the en-
tiro race, of untrustworthy cashiers. A
Florence, Italv, cashier has defaulted in
the Mini of 2,(iii0,0iXi lire.
A cow was recently slaughtered near
Iicno, ('ah, and its stomach was found
to contain a large quantity of nails, bits
of gliuss, hones, a piece of gold, and
various olher rare and costly actives of
The Erie railroad is having construct
ed fifty new passenger cars. They are
finished in natural woods and are ex-
ceeiiingly neii ami elegant, i no capac
ity of. each ear is sixty-four passengers.
It is sun! that tiookings are aireauy
secured by the agents of the uitereut
steaiibsliip lines for 500,000 emigrants.
It is evident that the population is to be
largely increased next year.
It took six years for the rsesv lorK
surrogate to make up his mind to admit
to probate tho will of the late Samuel
ood, in which l,.i0O,0(Kl was devgted
to the establishment of a free college of
A cattle drover tells of an old Cana
dian farmer who keeps his money rolled
around a broomstick. Hie other day
when he bought some cattle of him he
had nearly if;l 000 in live-dollar bills
Miss 1 arnell has received letters irom
over one hundred ladies in this country
who volunteer to go to Ireland to ad
dress public meetings ami assist in tho
agitation, the majority refusing any
What is regarded ns a very important
discovery has recently been made in
IS tit t county, I alifornia a rich silver
bearing quartz lead near the? north lino
of the county. Heretofore it has been
supposed that the quart, ledges of Cali
fornia contained do silver.
A seven foot vein of coal is being
opened a few miles east of Miles City,
Montana. The coal has been pro
nounced by chemists !J0 per cent super
ior to the lignite now in use on the line
of the Northern Pacific. Tho coal is
the pure peacock.
Smith V right, ol Wiliston, v.t., annu
ally fattens 3,000 to 4,000 tnrkcfys, 2.000
to 3,000 geese, and 1,500 to 2,500 ducks.
lie cultivates a farm ol .hid acres, and
manages a dairy of forty cows. One
lot of his poultry last year brought him
Says The aridity (Cal.) Herald: Wil
liam .fames, while splitting stove wood,
found in the heart ol a pine log over a
foot thick a piece of slate rock- an inch
thick, four inches wide and eleven long.
The log was deposited on the Ord ranch
by the high water last winter. Its out
ward appearance was that of a sound
piece of timber.
In Uongers, oa., a mare and a cow,
on tho place of Mr. Copeland, who lives
in llockdalo county, gave birth the same
evening, ono to a colt and the other to a
calf. That night the cow died, where
upon the marc adopted the calf as her
offspring, and haa been nursing her ever
The Toronto (Canada) Mail makes the
statement that some portions of Mon
treal are 60 overrun with hungry rats
that cats frequently become food for
their voracious appetites. They will
fall uoon pussy in batnllons, and when
they depart a few bones and a little fur.
lu tho villago of Pino's Bridgo, at
Crolon lake, N. Y., a largo gathering
assembled at tho Croton Lake hotel to
guess at tho weight of a big hog. The
number of chances bought nt 50 cento
each was 123, and when tho drawing
took place the result was tho most re
markable over recorded in hog-guessing
annals. Four men guessed the exact
weight 589 pounds and divided tho
price of tho hog.
Of polled cattle a writer states that
they are not wholly inoffensive ; that ho
has seen a man very quickly lifted over
a fence by a polled cow, and those
beasts will push and strike their heads
In the manlier of other cattle, quite as
savagely. The proportion of cross or
savage cattle will be found . quite as
grunt among tho polls oh among tho
There are about 8,000,000 acres of ex
cellent jiino lands in Louisiana, which
are beginning to attract northern atten
tion, and Michigan parties haverccontly
purchased 11,000 acres in Calcasieu
parish, with a view to tho manufacture
of lumber. These lands are tillered at
1.25 per acre, and a lumber-man who
smells plno land at that figure usually
may be counted on to take up the trail.
The New York Etprm wan 80,000
In debt when it wus purchased byCyruj
W. Field. It had never paid tuivcftt
THE' DAILY. CAIRO BLLLETIN:
expenses sinco the lute Jiimcs Brooks
ceased to bo its editor. Tho property
cost Cyrus W. Field $173,000. Tho
Exprens is one of tho seven members of
tho associated press, and its franchise ds
Convict labor In California is no
longer to compete with free white labor.
Henceforth tho convicts of ono of her
largo iienal institutions will be employed
in making juto bagging find bags, tlitia
tiroviding thu market with an articlo
hitherto largely produced bytheChinoso
aud exportod in great quantities to the
Tho supply of diamonds is regulated
by the owners of tho Capo mines, situ
ated in South Africa, which are now in
tho possession of stock companies which
regulato tho supply of precious stones
for tho whole world. Very few dia
monds come now from Braail or the
Indies, the entire stock being supplied
mainly from the Capo mines.
A lady visitor to the Toronto Zoologi
caLgarden has had rather a novel ex
perience. While, standing in front of
the monkey's cage, purse iu hand, ono
of the nimble occupants snatched the
purse and ran with it to tho top of tho
cago. There, perched on a pole, ho
deftly opened the purse, scattering tho
contents, amounting to about $30, on
the lloor below. Several of the bills
were torn into shreds before they could
There is nn artesian well in tho bay of
San Francisco. It is about two miles
from the Alameda shore, opposite New
ark, at a house on thu oyster beds of
Doane & Co. This houso is on a plat
form set upon piles. Tho well is 212
feet deep, with nn outside pipo of eight
inches and ono of six inches on the in
side. A tilling of cement prevents leak
ing and saves the inner pipo from salt
water. Tho water is good. These oyster-beds
cover a large "area, are located
in Alameda, Santa Clara, and San Ma
teo counties, and are planted with east
Worcester Spy: Mountains nro not
on salo every day, anil there is no regu
lar market price for them. The latest
transaction in this heavy kind of prop
erty, in this neighborhood, is the sale of
Mount Wachusett, in Princeton, to Mr.
Ueaman, of the Wachusett house iu that
town. , Tho salo , includes the whole
mountain top, the Summit house, and
the road leading to it. The price was
$4,000. This is not high for a moun
tain, but then Massachusetts mountains
are not high, as a general thing.
Secretary Hunt lias placed upon tho
oflicial liles of tho navy department a
letter of very unusual character for of
fice files. The letter is an . answer sent
by the secretary to a young naval officer
who wants to get married and will, in a
very short time, consummate that desire.
The young ollieer in question has it most
excellent record, but is not troubled with
a superabundance of funds. In order
that he might carry out the marriago
ceremony in some style, he made a re
quest for an advance of pay. Secretary
Hunt has replied that he 'has directed
that the advance asked for be made, and
that he commends both the efficiency
and good standing of his correspondent,
to whom ho wishes all prosperity ; and
then Mr. Hunt adds a little homily upon
marriage, and advises, in a general way,
that it is a good thing for all young men,
even naval ollicers, to get married.
Skin Diseases Cured.
By Dr. Frazies's Magic Ointment. Ctircs
as if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on the face,
leaving the skin clear, healthy and beauti
ful. AIbo cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Kheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips,
old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores, &c.
F, Drake, Esq., Cleveland, 0., suffered
beyond all description from a skin disease
which appeared on his hands, head and
face, and nearly destroyed bis eyes. Tho
most carelul doctoring failed to help him,
and after all had failed he used Dr. Fra-
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured by a
-"Ihe first and only positive cure for
skin diseases ever discover!.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty
. IIKNRY& Co.Solo Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment is a
sure cure. Price fl. 00, by mail. For sale
For sale by Geo. h. () Ilara. '
Kiciiaudson & Co., Wholesale Agts.
Coming of Ago A Domestio Drama.
. My Lady No, no, General. Don't
talk to mo of school and collego! There's
nothing liko home influence for boys.-
My precious darling has never left my
sitle since ho was born just twenty-one
years ago this very day, General anil
ho has kept tho heart of a child, and
never given me an hour's anxiety in all
his innocent life. Tho General Ah, ho' II
soon lo wanting to marry' tho lady's
maid, or something of that sort. See if
he doesn't! My Lady Good lleavenst
(To footman, who enters.) Adams,
where is Parker? Tho Footman She
just stepped out for a minute this morn
in', my lady, to git some 'air-pins, she
said. But, they do say down stairs as
Master George were waiting for her
round tho corner, with a four-wheeled
cab and a small porkmantcait. Least
wise, who never come home, nor Master
George hasn't neither. Lunch is wait
ing, my lady. Vunch. ,
Tioga, Pa., has a disgusting scandal.
Several families have recently been an
noyed by receiving anonymous letters
containing obscene epithets and draw
ings. Recently an nged clergyman, his
wile, and two grown up daughters havd
been arrested for sending tho letters.
Father IsGctUnff Well.
My daughters says, "How much bottea
father is since he used Hop Hitters." Ho io
getting well al'tur his long suffering from r
disease declared incurable, and we are s
glad that he used your Bitters. A lady of
uocuester, in. i. utica Herald.
You have allowed your bowels to hecomo
habitually coBtivc, your liver has become
torpid, tho same thing ails your kidneys,
and you are just used up. Now be sensible
get a package of Kidney-Wort, take it fai'h.
fully and soon you will forget you've got
anv such organs. lor vou will bb a well man.
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TIIUliSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26,
As Thousands Do Testify
8o doeB Thomas Roberts, Wholesale Grocer,
Philadelphia, who Bays: Burnett's Coco
aine allays all irritation of tho scalp, and
will most effectually rcmovo dandruff and
prevent the hair from falling out."
Buruett,s Flavoring Extracts. Tho su
periority of these extracts consists in their
perfect purity and great strength. They
are warranted free from the poisonous oils
and acids which enter into tho composition
of many factitious fruit flavors.
Bitling Down on a Dog.
A woman and a terrier dog reached
tho Union Depot yesterday half an hour
before the timo of tho Grand Trunk
train for Bull'alo, and while the woman
sat down in the waiting-room as tho
best thing sho could do, tho dog mado
tho tour of the room sovcral times and
then curled up on a seat not far away to
get a wink of sleep boforo being turned
over to the tender care of the baggage
man. All things wero so-so when a
young man with a good deal of cano
and watch-chain and necktio sauntered
in and took a cool survey of tho various
females. The ono nearest tho dog not
only had a young and pleasant face, but
she was all alone. After satisfying him
self of this, the young man advanced,
made a graceful bow, and inquired:
"Beg pardon, but do you go East?"
"Ah! 1 thought so. It you have any
baggage I shall bo most happy ah
shall be most happy to"
He had all tho timo been preparing to
sit down beside her on the dog, and tho
sentence was not yet finished when ho
sank gracefully back. Some dogs havo
been sat down on so often that they
don't mind it, but this terrier had always
been a pampered pet, and had been
given proper time to shake off sleep and
get his legs under him. When suddenly
buried under 140 pounds of masher, his
ideas must have been terribly confused,
but not for long. A clock couldn't have
.ticked over six times when the yonnjr
man began to rise up and whoop, and
lie was scarcely up when he mado a
course for the door which up-set every
band-box and satchel for a width of ten
feet. As he went out of the door a
black object let go of him and trotted
back, and it was only when tho dog be
gan rubbing against tho baseboard to
restore himself" to his former round
shape that any one was able to discover
why the frenzied young man had fuft in
such a hurry. Iktroit Free Press.
Gen, Butler Stumped,
A story is told of Gen. Jiutler's sarns-
tie report upon a Massachusetts judge,
whom he was teasing for a ruhng favor
able to a cause he was defending iu
court. The judge got out of patience at
last, and somewhat testily exclaimed:
"Mr. Butler, what do you think I sit
hero for?" The General quietly shrug
ged his shoulders and replied: "The
court has got me now." Quiz.
Faded or gray hair gradually recovers it
youthful color and lustre by tho us eo
Parker s Hair Balsam, an elegant dressing
admired for its purity and rich perfume. .
II. F. McCarthy, druggist, Ottowa, Ont.,
states that he was alllicted with chronic
bronchitis for some years and was com
pletely cured by the use of Thomas' Elec
No Htiinbiigginjr the American People.
You can't humbug the American people,
when they find a remedy tlutt suits them;
they use it and recommend it to their
friends. Just exactly the case with Spring
Blossom which has become a household
word all over tho United States. Price
50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
Found at Last.
What every one should havo and neycr
bo without, is Thomas' Electric Oil. It is
thorough and safe in its effects, producing
the most wondcrous cures of rheumatism,
neuralgiu. burns, bruises, aud wounds of
Will vou kukkk.k with Dyspepsia ami
Liver Complaint? Shilob's Vitalizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Paul G. Schuli,
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to young men
and other persons afllicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. I llustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Slekplksh nkuith mado miserable by
that teirible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuli, Agent. 3
Catahku ct'itKi), health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.' Price
2.) cents. Nasal Injector free. . I'uul 0.
Schuli, Agent. 4
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, und all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular To Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. .Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Fou lamo back, side orcheBt, use, Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cuuts. Paul G
Scliuh, Agent. 5
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!! J
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? It so, go at once and get a bottle til
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrup. It - will
relievo the poor little sulfurer immediately
depend upon it: thero is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at onco that it will regulato tho bowels,
and pivo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating liko magic.
It is perfectly sato to use tn all ciibcb, and
pleasant to the taste, and Is tho prescrip
tion of ono of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses iu the United States.
Sold cvercywlioro. 2(? cents a bottio.
That hacking cough can bo so quickly
cured by Shiloh's euro. Wo guarantee it
Faul 0. Schuh, Agont. 1
GREAT Gh-ihc DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
L'leers purified and heal
ed, (luiigrcno pre
vented and cured.
V cm nils licnU d rapidly.
Scurvy cured In short
Teller dried up.
It is perfectly harmless.
For sore throat it Is u
( liul, Mu (U-r i ml CO.
Ship fever prevented by
In cases of death 111 the
house, It should al
wuys he used about
the" corpseIt will
preveuf any uupless
ant smell. An anti
dote for anl ciil or veg
etable poisons, stint's,
UuiiKeMiis ellluvius of
sick rooms and hospit
als removed by Us uao
Yeliow lever eradicated.
. SMALL POX
E K A I) I CAT E D
( onlrttloi, ilcntroyeil.
Hick rooms purified and
Fevered find sick per
sons relieved and ru
frcsued bv Imthlun
Fluid added in the
Sflft white complexion
secured by lis use In,
Impure air made hnrm
Iush mid purified bv
To purify the breath,
cleanse the teeth, it
can't lie surpassed.
Catarrh relieved und
HrysipeluM cured .
llurns relieved iustsntly.
Keinoves all unpleusant
In fact it. Is the (jrtut
Disinfectant ami Purifier.
Miimifaciuriim Chemists, SOI.K l'ltOI'ltlKTOKS.
Fo 1 lo wrf II vpophosphi tes.
Is it combination of lit pophnsphitus, originated
by nie iu t uinula while under the process ol pulmo
nary coui-umpti'in. and which has since been em
ployed by the medical profession throughout Amer
ca und Fnu'liitul with unprecedented success.
It contains llio elements ts enlial to the auiinat
or-rauiation, Oie oxidizing agent and tonics.
In combiiitttiuu with the Miniulii'iui: agent phos
phorus. iinsH-ssint: the mcril of beings lightly alka
line, und Is di-peiifcd In the convenient and palat
able form of a syrup.
lis elici ts are "usiin ly visible within twenty-four
hours aud are marked bv a stimulation of the appe
tite, the digestion and iiSMniiJuiion, entering di
rectly iiito the circulation; It tons the nerves and
muscles; exerts a healthy aition of t ie s- cretlmis;
neither disturbs the stomach normjures the system
under prolonged use, and may he discontinued at
any time without, inconvenience.
In a word it poseerses the stimulants to arouse
the strength, the ti.nii -t to retain it, uud merit of a
high degice. Very fespectlully,
JA.MKS I. FELLOWS.
tif" r not bu deceived by remedies bearing a
similar name; no other prep alion Is a gnbstltuta
for this, 'inder any circumstances.
FOit SALF. MY DKLGUISTS.
1 ,1 v:,IV2 d
.win. in.-., r. tr
you sutler from dys 'cpil'i, iiji
r.nio.'K liLooi) bitteiw.
If you are alllicted with biliousness, use
lit UIKK'K IIL0OI) HITTERS,
If you are prostrated wilh sick headncke, take
HUH DOCK HI.OOD HITTERS
If jour howolHarc. disordered regulate them wllh
HI'KUOCK I'.LOiiD HITTERS.
If your bload Is Imtmro, purify it with
HUHDOfK HI.OOD HITTERS
If you have Indigestion, you will llnd an antidote in
HUltmiClC HLOOI) HITTERS.
If yon nre troubled with spring coinplii.nls, eradl
icitte them with HUUDOCK HI.OOD HITTERS.
It your liver Is torpid restore It to hoaUiiy action
with HU ItDOCK Hl-OOD HITTERS,
If your liver Is affected you will find a shure rector
ntlvulii Hl'liPOCK Ill.OO') HITTERS.
If you liuvu any species of humor or pimple, fall
not to take Hl'HDOCK HLOdl) HITTERS.
If you have any siniptoms of ulcsrs or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will be found In
1. 1: ItDOCK HLOOI) HITTERS.
For Impartial; strength mid vitality to the system,
nothing can citial Hl'HDOCK HLOOI) HITTERS.
For Nervous and Cleiieral Debility, tono tip the
system with IH KDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
J'hll'B 31 l'KIt 110TTI.KJ TlllAL IIO'ITI.KS, IDcTS,
FOSTER, MILWM & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, S. V.
For sulci by J'AULO. SjCHUlI,
m business now neioreinepuiuio
Vou cuu niiiku money faster at
work, for us thai, at anything
ulse. Cttpilnl lint needed. Wo
will stun vou. ltfa day and
upwards made nt homo by tha
Industrious men. women, hoys uud girls wanted ev
erywhorn to work for us. Now is thu timo. Von
can work In spare lltneonlvor glvuyourwhohtlma
to thu business. Yon can live nt noma and do tha
work. No other bntlness will pay you nearly its
wcil. No one can full to niulte enormous pay by
engaging at once, Costly outfit and terms freo.
Mouev nitirlu lust, onslly and honorably. Addruss
Trim Alio,, Augusta, Maine. Kl-U".
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MRK.' Tim (Ireat Eng.-
STJk Hsh remedy, An
I y. . nnlnllliKf enru for
mS.'St rj seminal weakness
Wi7 6' siieniianrrlKia. Im
polemic and all
diseases that fotow
us a seiiiionco
Bofore TgVi'i'I'Hftcr Titos
limy i.C fiw, ,i nsv. 1
dtninuss of vision, preiniittira old agn, arid many
other diseases that luiid to insanity,, consumption
or a tirematnre tmtvit.
Hr"Fitll particulars' In imr pamphlet, which we
deslHO to send freo bv mail to evervona. ffTTha
Spuclllo .Medicine Is sold hll druggists at $1 tier
tiacKiige, or six packages for f fl, or will be sent free
dv million receiptor tun nionev, nv noiiressuitf,
TlIU GRAY MKDIC1NK CO.,
Hold lu Cairo bv I'uul Bc.htih
Ti r. sr
Will,'; , ,V1
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOliTU.
. Why? -
It alone Issues '
stipulating that the coiltriict of Insurance "shall
not bo disputed" alter it Is three year old,
and that such policies shall ha
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
its policy Is clear and concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-RKA1) yoi'it I'OI.KTKS. Compare the
short and almplo form nsi-d by ibe Knultable wlih
the long and obscure contracts loaded down with
technicalities issued by oilier coiupautesl
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders aro
N. H. See the many letters from policy holders
eiprsssing their gratification with tha returns from
their Tontins Savi.nus Fisd 1'oi.iciks.
ItlMyiUHO Of lt8
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Iuveted, nearly
K. A. BURNETT. Agent.
Office, corner K'lh and Washington.
November it, issl. m:)dw
MUTUAL Aib SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFK ISSUE-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jul v lit U, 1877, under the Laws o
the tute of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, H!77, Under Act of Congrrsi
P. (. SCIIUn f. rreskient
J. T. ItUDD Vic I'rosiileut
J. A. liOLDSTlNK Treasurer
J. J. OOKDON Mcdicul Adviser
THOMAS LP. WIS Secretar-
JOI1N C. WHITE Assistant Secretary
KXECUT1VK COMM 1TTKW
J. C. WUITE,
L. K THOMAS.
W. F. lTICHEH.
J. S. JIcOAHEY.
HOARD OF" MANAGERS:
William Stratton.nr Stratum A Bird, wholesale
grocers; I'uul (i. Scliuh, wholesale and retail dittic
gist; Ila.ch Lelgliton, commission merchant; Jas.
S. McGahey, liiinher dealer; J. J. Onrdon, phys
ician ; J. A. (loldstlne. of doldstlne Hi Rcsou water,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Wtii.F. Hitch
er, general agent; Henry B. Ellis, city printer and
book binder; Chesley llayues, Cooper; Jno. J.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer iu fiour and gruln ; V. Hross. presi
dent Alexander County Hunk ; U, ' V. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
igciit ; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L. S, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. K
Kuful, contractor and builder; C. T, Rudd
agent C. St. L. A N. O. ruilaoad ; Moses I'hllllps, car
penter; 11 . A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills..
Rev. J. Spencer, clergvmau, St Leuls, Mo.; J. II.
Hethtinc, circuit clerk, Mississippi comity, Charles
ton, Mo. ; J. II. Moore , luwver, jtommcrcc, Mo..
I). Slngletarv, phvslclnn, Arlington, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, plivslclan, Fulton, Kv. ; Win. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. htelnbacb, iiiamilncturer of sad
dlerv, Evunsvlllo, Ind.; ike Anderson, secrelury
to superintendent C. St. L. & N O. rnllroud, Jack
son, Tenn.; J. H. Robertson, plivslclan, VUiito
vIllu.Tenn. t Thomas A. Osborn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Tenn. ; Wm. L, Walker, "Dixie Adver
tising Agen 2 Iiollv Surlm's, Miss
Dy this simple ' water
power Invention may
avoid nil Mm lillmp noil
injury of driving her
rowing Mficniiie. over
3, (KM) of these Ilaekus
Water Motors, noiseless
aud onuiiueiilnl, adapt
ed to nil Sewing Ma
ohlnes, are now giving
Two sion are made for
Household Newlng Ma-
ft'ii.SO. Also larger
sixes for factory needs
and fur nil kinds of ma
chinery. Bend for Circular to
IIACB.U8 WATElt MOTOH CO., Newark, K. J
This la the
Most Economical Power Known
FOR DRIVING LI011T MACHINERY t
It taken but little room.
It never guts out of repair,
It requires no fuel.
It needs no engineer.
There In no delay; no firing np no ashes to clean
away; no extra Insurance to pay; no repair
ing necessary; no coal bills to pay,
and it Is always ready for dsu.
It is Verv Cheap.
o $300. BUto paper you iawtb.ii ail -
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