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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY $8 .1882
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
1'aih in theKoTKl.wttfin diill sensation in
EelSacK pTirtTniii uriffeFthbshdulder
lkTeVl'uliDps rhfter entiriK, with a disin
clihation to cxdftjoaofborty'or mind,
Irritubili ty of to" nip er, tow spiritii,Iio8
of niemqrywith a feMng of havtnifnct
Jo e tod so m edit t yVweaHneHS," T i.r, i no as,
I' lu 1 1 "ri n ffo 1 1 h e IT eart,"lo t sbe fo r e t ha
Bofci aTEiehlThiBhly colored Urine. "
IF THESE WAHITCNG8 AEE UNHEEDED,
SER IOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTJTT'S PELLS ' eielally adapted to
Smell C'nHI'ft.OliedoHe ,tl'lCttH-l !llllK
of feelloc bs to A' touixh the aiifl'errr.
They lnrmuu'M.. ApiMlilf, end cause Ilia
bodv to Ti fii t',h. thus I'll system Is
iiiirt.iirl.(oo by iti'lr'iToiil.? Aoliouon (lis
llfellenii, Hvu ulr M.Kdn in pro-duot-d.
Price i'i r-enla, aa Murray SI,. X.X.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
ORATHAiKorWniFKKiwrlintiKi d toaOLOKSY
Hi-ack liy a simile application of Mils Dyk. It
Imparts a natural color, nets lnstunititieoualv,
Huiil biIrlif:i!iiitiiraviiViil cpruou rveviptof 1.
Office, 30 Murray St.. Now York.
0 Dr. Tl ITS IIM1I. f ValuaMs l,.r,.rHn nd ft
HlWul Hmh-IkU nlll to mMi itLV-t on ji,Urtlo.a?
Bpralns, Unrns, Scalds, Brulsru, Som
IieK, ithrumatKiu, Jiolln, 1 Ircrx, old
Norea, Toothache, Headache, soro
TUront, Asthma, Hoarseness,
At., AC, Ac.
JTSTPf 1). FTLTOtf, D. P.. Drooklrn, JT. Y.
"ProriDB itself to be a neoswitr In our homo,"
P. A. HlSTtamT, M. I)., Nashville. Tenn,
Have Used large quantities of POND'S EXTRACT
In my practice."
Mr. S. B. Mrt'ORT), Matron, Ilomn of Destitute
Children." We find it most tfUcacious and use
ful." C:ntition.-P0ST'8 EXTEACT is sold only in
bottles with the mine blown in the glass.
tar It ia unsafa to use other article with onr
directions. Insiist on CRvinR POXD'3 EXTItACI.
infuse all Imitations and substitutes,
SPECIAL rnEPAKATIONJ OF ponrf EI.
XliACT COMBLNKD WITH THE PCKKST
AND MOST DELICATE PERVCJULS
FOB LAUIHS' liOCDOUt.
rOD'S EXTIi.V(T r,0c, $1.00 and f 1.75
lulli-t ( ream l.tKJ t (atarrh Cure 75
Lip Salve 5
Toilet Kepi3cat'.) M
Jlediralfd Paper... Zi
Ordcra amonutini; to $5 worth, sent exuross froo
on receipt of mouey or P. 0. ordiT.
A30ra Nkw hmm.nirmi IIiBTonT op om
PWil-ABATIOXI, 6tI 1'liEE ON AWUCATIOS TO
, POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 W. Utb 8t.. Wow To-k.
Is a preparation of l'rotnjcldo of Iron, TeruTUn
Hark and Hie Phospluiti , ar.ooclaU 'l Willi Uio
Voprtutilo Aromatic. Eiiilorcil liy tlm Mcllcal
l'ruft'Mlon, ami n'ooinmi'inloil by tlictn for lj a
pppaln. i.iprnl IK-lillHy, I'rniitlp !!
rno, Uautiil Vitality, Sorioun l'ro
trnllon, on t nlKMrvneo frnin frirrai
and 4 bronio tUIlM nisd I'i'vtr. UstrvcJ
every purtiotie wlii'in a 'Iumu id UKccuaiy.
KaEnhctured by The Dr. Darter Medicine Co, 8L Locls.
The following la one of tlm very many testluio.
tlala we are receiviiiK dull)':
Cwlf'mn.- Some three month ago I nopnn the
CM of Dlt. H utTKli'rt lituN ToMij, upon Uc ad.
Vice of Hiuiiv frk'iitlii who knew lu vlrluet. I waa
auirtrliiR from general debility to audi an exteut
tliat my labor waa exeeeilliiKl) bnnleiifloiuv tome.
A vacation f a month did not d o me much n
lief, but on the coutr:irj win followed by ln
creafcel pronlratlon ami Miiklne chllln. At tliia
time I begnn the uw of your litdN Tunic, from
wlilcli 1 rcallted almost liniiieillnie and wonderful
refoill. Tlie old rneriry ridunied ami 1 found that
my natural force waa not tierinaueully abated. 1
hare used three holtkaof the Tonic, time lining
It 1 have done tw Ice the labor thai 1 ever did lu the
name limn during my lllnean, and w ith double tlia
case. With the trampii! nerve nml vleorol lioily,
baa come alo n clearnesa of thotiidit never before
enjoyed. II the Tonic haa not done Uiu work, 1
luiow uot wuul. I trivu It the credit.
Jlosl eratefully yours,
J. P. wathuSi,
Troy, 0., Jon. 2, US7B. I'anlorChrlmlaq Church.
'"Sale by Drugglttt and Goncral Dealers Everjhori
20f So.Clairk St. CHICAGO, ILL.
Tholateat and mot aclcutldc hmtllullun In tha
Tolled .Slates, fur the ( are of Chronic anil Private
dlaeaaec, (tonorrhfea, (ileelof lon( alHiitllni!, Slrlo
ture. OrRtiitia, Htiiture, dleaea of tho pkln and
bouej-. mercurial core Ihroiit etc. aafely and iirlvato
ly treated. M'KKXiYtlllHIIiKA, Seual Dchlliiy
ripetdily ruri'd, t uunit Xeii Nullerln Irom weak
Be, cauaed by liupru'li'liee, secret lnthllK. nxci's.
a, producliiK pimple on the luce, rtioh of blood to
the hoad, roulurluu of Ideas, tieiitlnehc, defuctlva
niemory, loa or aexual power, niylit lose, aver,
aiolt l aocbity, liiepenes, nurmua proatra.
tion, Rcucrnl cleliillty nml Jiidleeailott, retiilrrliiK
marriae.o Improper, ntfoly cured. IV t Buarnntra
eurr. lu All I'aae we undertake, no need to sillier
One Hay lonuer. Under our treatment the body la
iiab! to take, on llenh, tho upuilte la lurrcusnd
and the whole system I nourished rnnaini! tha
brain aud nerves to regain their vljjur. Uurresuon.
dene, eeoiilldeuilnl. Kull illtecllon aent with Ilia
tnedlutuee, Addi eat aa above.
II Ton are a insu
IT you area
ninn of let-
your duties avoid
nlitlit work, to n-s.
tore brain nerve and
If yon are young and
dlnervUou or Uiil
ried or slnele, old or
jijrlnAlth or Uiijf'iUh
uem, rely on Hop
Wiule, UMl Hop B.
stifferlnir from nny bi.
lion i if you am inar
young, sullerlng from
leg uu a b-. of sick.
Wta'wvrr yo am.
tara, 3. tfn Tiiouivni.il aio an- M
feel i ruully from soiiio jfl
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ing to the space orcnpled, at above ratesthere be
Inir twelve lino ol solid type to the inch.
lo regular auvernsera wo oner anpunor lndnce-
mun both as to rates of chargos and manner of
d Plf)iiiR their favors.
I n i paper may be found on Hie at ueo. r. Uowoll
t Cr. s Newspaper Advertising Barean, (10 Bpmr.e
stroef ;wbeie advertising contracta nay bo made
orU In Nuw'Yoig.
(Vimmnntratlotis noon suhiectanf irensral lntArest
to the public are at all times acceptable. Rejected
manuscripts will not be teturned.
Letters ana comra .qiranonasDonia he aaaressed
E. A. Bnrnett. Cairo, llllnnls.
Tlirro were 5,582 failures last 'oar.
The li:tl)ilitit;s ivmouutcnl to $81,155,932.
Tlio ficoplo who conio from Germany
to tin's country are now chioJly from tho
4'ho lJusshm court ollicials aro in
quest of liftcon snow-wliito horecs of tlio
isaino n'y,o mid build to bo used in tho
procession at tlio coronation of tho czar.
A hen on Gen. Cameron's farm, at
Donegal township, Lancaster county,
Pa., has her nest on a tree twenty feet
from the ground, from which nest six
eggs were taken in one week.
A ciiriiiiis marriage took place at Ful
ler's ranch, near Tucson, Arizona, a few
days since, when the Chinese gardener
was married to a dusky maiden belong
ing to the Aiiache tribe.
"Yes, sfr, said Gallagher, "it was
funny enough to make a donkey laugh.
I laughed till I cried." And when ho
saw a .smile go around tho room he grew
red in the face.
"How came such a greasy mess in
the oven?'' said a fidgety old spinster to
her niaid-of-nll-work. ''Why, replied
the girl, "the candles fell into the water,
and I put them in the oven to dry,"
"How is it, my dear, that you have
never kindled a ilanie in the bosom of
any man?" said an old lady to her niece.
To which the young lady replied: "Tho
reason, dear aunt, is, as you well know,
that I am not a good match."
A patent, medicine advertisement is
headed "Women Never Think." lint
let. one find a perfumed note, written in
a feminine hand, in her husband's coat
pocket, and sho will think with all her
might and main for upward of consider
able. A negro was' suspected of . surrepti
tiously meddling with his neighbor's
fruit, and being caught in a garden by
moonlight, nonplussed his detectors by
raising his eves, clasping his hands and
piously exclaiming. "Good heavens,
dis yere darkey can't go nowhere to
pray without beiu' 'sturbed."
Ijcopohl von Hanke, the German his
torian, has just celebrated his eighty
seventh birthday. At this ngo he is a
strong and active man, in full vigor of
mind and body, lie has just published
tin; third and fourth volumes of hia
The oil painting of Mrs. Hayes, pres
ented to the country by tho temperance
people, has been returned to tho white
house from New York, where it was
sent to be framed and lithographed. It
has not Iwen hung on the wall yet.
And now a marvelous story comes
rolling over tho prairies about a solid
bed of crystallized soda nine feet thick
containing 50,000,000 cubic feet of that
useful article in a chemically pure state.
This alleged deposit is in Wyoming, and
the Union Pucilie railroad is about to
t The Albert medal has been given fo
an English school-teacher. Miss llan
nali llosliotliiini, of Sutton, who, when
the stone belfry fell through tho roof,
killing one child and injuring others,
saw all of her cla-ss removed in safety,
and, at the peril of her own life, dug oiit
unit resuscitated several of their number.
No, ho didn't feel strong enough to
push a baby wagon, although it was a
line, bracing day and his wife said the
exercise would do him good: but in tho
tap-room that evening it look threo
meu to ketp him from licking tho
apothecary's clerk, who wanted to bet
him drinks that ho wouldn't daro to tell
how he beciuiio baldheaded. lirookhjn
Madame Wane's famous jewels tho
fruit of tho Monaco tables have just
been hold atauctioii in 1'aris. Tho second
day's sale brought in $'J8,7!3.'5. One
tiarureof diamonds, tweuty-four in num
ber, was sold for $57,120. Tho orices
paid for these jewels wero fur larger
than those realized at the recent salo ot
the historical Dlctihciiu books.
When Governor Long, of Massachus
etts, usked permission loouoto a portion
of Mr. John G. Whittier's poem after an
extract from tho Psalms in his recent
famous Thanksgiving proclamation,
Mr. Whittier replied that he was "en
tirely content, but ho was not quite sure
whether David, a King and a warrior,
would care to bo found In tho companj
of a Quaker and a republican."
"Go to the ant, thou sluggard," is nil
very well, but if the sluggard will go to
a picnic, the unt will come to him.
Knxl Sweden, Saxony, Denmark and
Lower Austria exhibit tho highest per
centage of suicides, varying from 218 to
fill per million Inhabitants. Southern
Italy, Portugal, Dalniatia, Ireland,
fpain ami North ilussia show tho small
ci4 orcontiio;e 8 to 12 per million in
h:ibitant.s. Kurdish landlords kill Mieni.
selves soincliiaeH, but suicide is almost
Unknown among Irish tenants.
A New York police ollleer has just
died worth 200.(M). As a Now York
police ollleer would scorn to accept
"hash money" fee, it is supposed ho
saved tlio 200,000 out of his salary of
...,.-..1. 1.... .1 1, .
tw u iiiouui. uglily (lonars a. monin
Is 81,000 u war. nml nn oeniuiinle.nl
police ollleer could save $200,000 la 200
Lady Ilurdolt-Coutts has nald 7R..
000 a year for the privilege of marrying
Mr. Bartlett. It having"' been decided
that her husbandis an alien, she has given
up that amount under a provision in tho
will of tho duchess of St. Albans, which,
according to Mr. Lnhouchere, was in
serted to protect tho wealth of tlio Coutts
against the possihlo matrimonial designs
of Princo Louis Napoleon. So that tho
old duchess only succeeded in cutting
; her first husband's granddaughter out
of an imperial crown.
"I suppose there- never was a woman
who had trouble with her stomach as I
have," said Mrs.Doeswoll. "I've taken
more than forty dil'ercnt kinds of bitters
tho last year, besides pills and other
medicines that I couldn't begin to re
member the names of. And if you'll
believe it, my stomach is in a worse
state that when I began." "I can readi
ly believe it, madam," replied Fogg,
politely; "but I think your trouble is
of tho head rather than of the stomach."
"America is sending us prime beef
and mutton. American wool is ousting
English from tho market. American
apples aro more numerous in tho Eng
lish market than homo grown. America
is now sending us "English" plum pud
dings ready for boiling. American
horses last year won the principal races
in England and France. And now that
America is bestirring herself about her
navy what will be left for poor old Eng
land to plume herself uponP" London
Thero is a young compositor in Santa
Fe, N. M., who possesses tho singular
faculty of being able to spell backward
words of any length, and even long sen
tences, as rapidly as any ono can spell
them forward. He says that ho also
kuows instinctively and without reckon
ing the number of letters in a word or
sentence, and that ho has possessed
these peculiar powers as long as he can
remember. He sees no advantage in
them, however, and values them only
as a sourco of amusement to himself
and his friends.
The common practice of havingnight
lights in the bedrooms of children is de
precated by Dr. Robert II. Hakewoll.
lie says that it has a most injurious ef
feet upon the nervous system of young
children. "Instead of the perfect rest
the optic nerves ought to have, and
which nature provides for by the dark
ness of night, these nerves aro perpet
ually stimulated, and, of course, the
brain and rest of the system suffer.
Children thus brought up are excessive
ly timid for years after on going into
It is no secret that Mr. Tennyson, in
his own person, is far from possessing
any ideal tidiness and poetic elegance of
taste and mien. As he walks on Sum
mer afternoons through Hyde Park,
wondering are the glances which are
cast by strangers upon the disheveled
figure. The London World presents a
spectacled and wild-locked caricature of
tho poet, with this verse:
In her onr he whisper gruffly.
"Pork for lunch, fur dinner trlpo;
. See that neither' dono tixi tougbly
Bring-it imitob and light my jiipel"
She replies: "O, hutod bird's-eye,
Curse and honor of my life!"
Ho Is our famed Poet Luureuto,
Sho is but tho Laureate' wife.
Through the Purk und Gardens going,
Piccadilly und the Striind,
All the time his "bneoa" blowing,
All agnpe the people stand,
Wnnta 'is 'nir cut ! Hum old Buffer?
llutred a century ni least 1"
Enys the Lnurcnto. "This 1 suffer
irom the many-liomiod ueitstl
Father is GettinglWcll.
My daughters says, "How much bettea
father is since he used Hop Bitters." He io
getting well after his long suffering from r
disease declared incurable, and we are ss
clad that lie used your Unters. A lady of
Rochester, N. Y. Utica Herald.
You have allowed your bowels to become
habitually costive, your liver has become
torpid, the game thing ails your kidneys,
and you are just used up. Now be sensible
get a package of Kidney-Wort, take It fai5
fully and soon you will forget you've got
any such organs, for you will be a well man.
An Oriental Beauty.
Mine. Yoshida, the wife of the Japa
nese minister, is the most daintily pretty
creature that any picture on a paper fan
can give an idea of. No taller than a
child of 10, she has all the charms and
graces in miniature, and her perfect
little Japanese beauty is always onset
by the most perfect toilets. French lasto
and lingers dress her after tho most ap
proved manner, and from her own coun
try sho brings stud's, brocades, and em
broideries unattainable and unnamable
in our dry goods trade. The perfect
oval of her face, with its clear cream
complexion an'i half opened black eyes,
is surmounted by masses of blue black
hair that give her a strangely dignified
and stately mien. Perched on tho edge
of one of the superb ebony and brocade
chairs of her long drawing-room, with
her tiny slippers not touching the lloor,
she is one of the most charming littlo
figures to be seen; and Washington will
miss ono of its prettiest pets when the
diminutive lady has gone. Milwaukee
A Sunday-school boy, upon being
risked ryhat made tho tower of Pisa lean,
replied, "Ueeauso of tho famirio in tho
Skiu Diseases Cured.
By Dr. Fruzies s Magic Ointment. Cures
as if by inninc, Pimnlea, Black Heads or
Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on tho face,
leaving Uio skin clear, healthy and beauti
lul. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt
Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head,
Chapped Hands, Soro Nipples, Soro Lips,
old, obstinate ulcers and Sores, &c.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered
beyond all description from a Bkin diseoso
which appeared on his hands, hoad and
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. Tho
most curelul doctoring failed to help Jiini,
and after all had failed he used Dr.'ra
zier's Magic Ointment and was cured 'by a
fciTho first and only positive euro for
skin discuses ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of prico, Fifty
Hbnuv & Co., Sole Propr's,
For Blind Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles, Dr. William 's Indian Ointment is a
surocure. Prico $1.00, by mail. For sale
For Halo by Geo. E. OTIara.
Richardson & Co., Wholesale Agts.
Ho Doesn't Want Babies Named After
"I hold heali in my han'," said Broth
er Gardner as Ijo raised it aloft, "a let
ter from a cull' I pusson at Montreal in
fonnin' me dat ho has named his las'
baby arter me. Dat letter am only ono
outer fifty which has come to han' in da
las' threo montiH, an' do time has ar
rove when I frjol liko axin' do cull'd
people to go sltjw in dis bizness of nam
in' deir offshoots. Our raco has been
Georgo Wasliingtoned and 'Henry
Clayed and Gineral Jaeksoned to death.
I wouldn't naino a child arter Moses or
Elijah any sooner dan arter Grant or
Hayes. If Samj or Jack, or William am
too plain, doaiv put a ring in de child's
nose by cnllin' dm l'itzwillisini, De For
est, or Alfonso. I believe in ole family
names, like Givndnm, Waydown,
Whalebone, Suiset, Spiecpack, Articu
late, nn' so oil. Jf anybody names a
child ni ter nie.dey mu.s' not only run all
de risk of my beiu' 1111110- for murder,
but 1 want it Understood dat I shan't
forward any cats or dogs or colts or red
wagons as presj'iiLs."
One's Hclf-st inflict ion is an untaxed
kind of property which it is very uu
pleasant to liiuf depreciated.
Viuiilerhilt University, Tenn.
As a disinfectanf and detergent, Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is superior to
any preparation with which I am acquain
ted. H. T. Litton, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid purifies a foul
atmosphere, destroying the infectious germs,
gives relief and comfort to the sick and pro
tection from contagion to those nursing.
In nil cases of Ismull-pox, scarlet fever,
diptheria, typhoid, yellow and relapsing
fevers its use will step tho spread of infection.
Tiieue is merit strength restoring power
in a 50 cent . buttle of Parker's Ginger
Tonic than in a bushel of mult or a gallon
of milk. As an jtpetizer, blood purifier and
kidney corrector, there is nothing like it,
aud invalids find :t a wonderful invigorunt
for mind and bodj Sre other column.
A Renovating Remedy
Is to ba found in Burdock Blood Bitters.
As an antidote fr sick headache, female
weakness, bilioiiBnets, indigestion, consti
pation, and other diseases of a kindred
nature, these bitters are invaluable. Price
' Fadi;d or gray hair gradually recovers it
youthful color jand lustre by the useo
Parker's Hair Balsam, an elegant dressing
admired for its purity and rich perfume.
II. F. McCarthy, druggist, Ottowa, Out.,
states that tie was htllietcd with chronic
bronchitis for 8une years and was com
pletely cured by the use of Thomas' Elec
tric Oil. !
No Humbngginff the American People.
You can't humbug the American people,
when they find a remedy that suits them;
they use it and recommend it to their
friends. Just exactly the case with Spring
Blossoiu which has become a household
word all over the United States. Price
OOccnts, trial bottle 10 cents.
Foil nd at Last.
What every one should have and never
be without, is Thomas' Electric Oil. It is
thorough and safe iu its effects, producing
the most wonderous cures of rheumatism,
neuralgia, burns, bruises, and wounds of
Will too suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint. Shiloh's Vitalizer's
guaranteed to cure you. Taul G. Schuh,
Agent. I 2
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro- Voltuic Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial foij IJO days to young men
and other persons afllictcd 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. Hlustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Rolt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Si.ekplrss niohts' made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. j Paul G. Schuh, Agent, 3
Catauu'ii cvuf.n, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
2.) cents. Nasal Injector tree, rain u.
Schuh, Agent. I 4
Allen's Brain Food nositivelv cures nerv
ousness, nervous debilitv. and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $3. All
druggists. Bend lor circular to Allen s
Pharmacy. 315 First Ave.. N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Ems.
Foil lamo back
:, sido or chest, use Shiloh's
Prico 25 cents. PutilG
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by ft sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, gil at onco and get a bottlej of
Mrs. Winslow's Boothing Syrup. It will
relievo tho jioor littlo sufferer .immediately
depend upon'-it;thero is no mistake
about it. Then is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and g-ivo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like nwgic,
It is perfectly sa; 1 0 to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tlio taste, aud Is tho prescnp
tion of one of ttjo oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States
Sold everey where. 25 ceuts a bottle.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Sinloh s Cure. We guarantoo it
Taw G. Schuh, Agent. 1
Y- THOMAS WITIIAM-
Attiunkt and CounhiiiLor at Law.
, . CI1AK1KHT0N, M0.
Will practice in nit (ho courts of Missouri and
Illinois, local und supremo; and in the 'Tailed
Btntos court for thi Eastern district of Missouri.
Claims, colluctlcus, taxes, titles and loans at
tended to.- -Jieal
Kstuto bought md told on commission,
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
ra. v. ..tjv.l's',,jb'
Ulcers purified and heal
ed, (ianirreuo pre
vented aud cured.
Wounds lieah d rupldly.
Scurvy cured in short
Tetter dried up.
Ilia perfectly harmless.
Fur sore throat it Is a
( hoiMiaile sipHtoil,
Slop fever prevented by
In casus of death In the
house, it should al
ways be used about
thu corpse It will
pieveut any uiipless
unt smell. An anti
dote for anln'al or veg
etable poisons, stings,
Dangeroim elllnvias of
sick rooms and hospit
als removed by Its use
Yellow fever eradicated.
RADIO ATE D
sick rooms pnrllled and
Fevered and sick per
sons relieved aud ru
friHiied by bathing
riiild adduil to the
Soft wnlte complexions
eecureu uy us use In
Impure air made harm
less nnn ptirmeii by
To purify the breath.
clean su the. teeth, It
run't ha stirOHMH..il.
Catarrh relieved and
Rrvm l.i.lu. fll rnrl
Illiriis relieved insliiritlv
itemoves all unpleasant
In fuel it Is the great
Disinfectant ami Puriiicr.
Manufacturing Chemists, Sol.b; I'KOPUtKTOHS.
Is a combination of IIvnnnhOHuhlte. orhdnaleil
by me in Canada while under the process of pulmo
nary consumption, and which has since been em
ployed by the medieal profession throughout Amer
ca end Knulunil wlln unprecedented success.
it contains the elements es-entlal to the animal
organization, the oxidizing scents and ionics.
Ill comlimatloD with thu stnnnhviuif airenl Phos
phorus, possessing the merit of being sillily alka
line, and Is dispensed in Ibu convenient and Palat
able form of a ryrup.
Its effects are utua'lv visible within twenty-four
hours aud are marked by a stimulation or the appe
tite, the digestion and iissimiiatloii, entering di
rectly into the circulation; it toiiss the nerves and
muscles: exert a healthy anion of tnc s. eretiotis;
neither disturbs the stomach norlrjjiires the system
under prolonged use, and may lie discoutluuiti at
any time without Inconvenlencr,
fn a word It possesses tho stimulants to arouse
the strength, the tonics to return it, aud merit of a
high degree. Very respectfully.
d A Ufc.S 1. rcLi.ow 6.
f2T Denothc deceived by remedies bearlnua
similar name; no oilier preps atlonlsa substitute
lor tuts, littler any circumstances.
FOH SALE BY DKCGGISTS.
you suffer from dys,iepu, inn
I1URDOCK IiLOOl) HITTERS.
If you are afflicted w ith biliousness, use
IIUKDOCK ni.OOl) 15ITTKKS,
If yon aro prostrated with sick heada ae, take
BUHilOCK BLOOD I!ITTEI18
If your bowels ato disordered regulate them with
III' K DOCK HLOOU HITTERS.
If yonr blond is Impure, purify il with
HUKDOCK HLOOD HITTERS
If yon have IndlutFtion, you will find an antldoto in
ItflUHiCK 1ILOOD BITTERS.
Ifyou are troubled with spring compln.nts, erndl
lento them with BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
11 your liver Is torpid restore it to hculthy action
with HUKDOCK BLOOD ntTTEHS,
If yonr liver ts affected yon will flndushtire restor
ative in I'.ntDOCK HtOOO HITTERS!.
If you have nny species of htimnr or pimple, full
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD 1HTTERS.
If you have any simploms of u'.curs or scrofulous
aores, a curative remedy will be found In
HI'l'DOCK BLOOI) HITTERS.
For Imparting strength and vltalily to the system,
nothing can Ktial BfUDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up the
system with J BURDOCK BLOOD MTTKKS
I'MCE Jl I'BK HOTTI.; TltlA l. IlOTTI.ES, 11KTH,
FOSTER, MILBURN& CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, K. Y.
l'or sale by PAUL G. SCHUII, )
rtyuislncss now l oiiirtitiiepuiiuo
I I li oil can Dinar, money insier a.
work lor iisiiian at. anvtnmK
oiso. Capital uot needed. We
u.111 utiii-l vml Mt'J n iIhv Atlfl
imvLfiirit. tnnrirt nt lillttlfl llV 1h0
. ... . ' - 1 , 1. ....1 .
Industrious men. women, uoys auu Kiri"eieoe.
cry where to work for us. Mow Is tho time. 1 on
- -I. I- u. ...... !... n..lu. f lUM VMllf Wtlllltt ft mil
CUU WUIH in ni'f.iu 1 1 111 v 111. 1 r m j .
to the business. You can live at homo aud 10 tho
work. No other business will uny yon nearly a
-.1 '..ii..-an r.ill in innliii enormous Tiuv bv
enuiiKlnR at once. Costly oulllt and terms - two.
JVloiiev made fast, enflly and honorably. Address
True tfcco,, Augusta, muuui. ww. ,
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK'. Thu Great EitR-
,l..t- 1.. A ..
JlHll renieuv, i
ttulallliiK cure for
potency anil all
diseases that Mow
a a a sequence
or self.ftlmse; afW-3&lfc
Before T"?,;? Taking.
dimness of vision, premature old bk. and many
other diseases that lead to insanity,) consumption
or a premaluro crave.
tr-Fnll tiartioulara 111 our namnhlut. which we
doalao to solid froo bvmstl to overvono. tWTha
ripijclllc Medicine is sold bv nil drum-dsls at (1 tier
pacKniio, or six packages for J or will be sunt free
DV mail on ruceipi oillio niniiev, ov auun-pnoii.
THE OKAY MKDI0INK CO.,
JJUITAU), N. Y.
fold In Cairo bv Paul Schuh.
, , . - 'jfflMj
12(? Broadway, New York,
of any Life IiiMiirunco Company
IN THE woi.tr j u.
it alone Issues
1 1 1 con tosliblo Pol i ci es,
stipulatlnK that the contort ol Insurance "shall
noi lie aisputed" alter It Ih three vears old,
aud that such policies shall be
on receipt of satlpfaelery proofs of death.
its policy is clear aud concise, and conlaint
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
TLB. liKAfl vnt'O i-ii rcri-u
it,,,.. j 1 1 ' "o" 'c,', i iiioiiaru 1 rut
tl, d.r"" 0 lorm b' lho K'lultatle with
tue lonir and obscure contracts loaded down with
IccMiicalltlea Issued by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders aro
nifiTV tf tier at frnm r.,llf UntA,..
exprsssliiK their craiiflca.b.n with the returns from
their Iontinh Savim,s Pi ni P.)i,k-i.
cUscts Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Inve ted, nearly
K. A. BUJiNKTT. A-ent.
Office, corner 1,'th snd Washington.
November l, lssi. midw
JJUREKA! EUREKA! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOE LIFE IXSUR.
WIDOWS' & ORI'IIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organlwd Jul? 1 Mi, 1P.77, 1 nder the law 0
the Stats of Illinois. Cnpyrllited Julv
'J, 1877, 1'niler Act of Conpres.
C. T. KUDU Vint l'nBiilMfit
?' TCIJi Treasurer
Timoi'i'i'il','.' Mtlllc1 Adviser
THOMAS LKWIS Sccretar-
JOIIN U. WHITE Assistant SecreUrv
KXKIJ UT1 V K C'O M M IT'J'K K
II. LKICIITilN t w iriniviD
J. C. WHITE, W'.F. PITCHER.
J. 8. MuGAHEY.
William Si ration, of Strstlon A Bird, wholesale
trocers; Paul (i. Schuh. wholesale and retail dniw.
L'lsl; Hazen Lelnhtou, eon.intssiori eierr.bant ; Jas.
H. McGahey, lumber dealer; .1. J. Gordon, phys-
leinii; tt . n . viuiorunu, ui i.iiiitsuue KoSerjWaler,
wholesale and retail dry ooo, elc; Win. K. 1'itc.h
er, general at;ent; Henry II. Kills, city printer and
I k binder: Chesley llaynvs, Cooper; J110. 0.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In four and grain; K. Hross, presi
dent Alexander Couiitv Bunk; li. W. llendrieks,
cohtractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
aneiit; Thomas Lewis, secretary and uttornnv at
law; I.. H, Thomas, broom imiuuiaettlrer: W. V
Knasel, contractor and builder; O. T, Itudd
aitent C. Kl. L. &N. O. rnilaoad ;.Mses Phllllps.car
tienler; II. A. Chumhiev, contmclor, Cairo, Ills.,
ltev. J. Hpencer, clerKvtuiin.St Iritis, Mo.; J. II.
Bethunc, ctrrult clerk, Mississippi rouiily, Charles
ton, Mo. ; J. II. Moore , lawvor. Commerce, Mo.
I). Hltu-'let'irv, phvslelan, Arllneton, Ky.; J. y.
Tarry, phVMlelan, Kult Kv. ; Win. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.;A. Stelnbiich, mamiiacturer of sad
dlerv, Kvansvllle, Ind.j Ike Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C. HI. L. & N O. railroad, duck-
son, Tenn.; J. H. Robertson, physician, Whli
vIlle.Teiin.l IhomaaA. Osborn, harness maker,
Bolivar, 1 enn- Win. J,. Walker, "Dlxlo Adver
tlslns A Ken 3 Holly KurliK's, Miss
Dy this simple water
power invention may
e.vold all tho lalior imij
InJurv of ilrlvlnu hnr
Hewlinf Machine. Over
(J. IIH or these llnekus
Wuter Motors. nolsel.Ms
nml orniitnentiil, adapt
ed to nil Kewlnir Ala.
chines, are now ulvlnii
perfeot sat Isf action.
Two sizes aro made for
Household NeWlmj Ma
WH.nlt, Also lamer
Sires for fni-turv imiula
and for all kinds of inn.
I chlnnry, .
Heud for Circular to
BACKUS WATKlt MOTOK CO., Newark, N. J
This Is tho
Most Economical Power Known
FOR DlilVlNU LIGHT MACHINERY !
H takes but littlo room.
It nover sets out of repair.
It cannot blow up.
It requires no fuel.
It needs no engineer.
Thero is no delay i nonrttiRtip; noashestocleau
away 1 no extra insurance to pay ; no repair
luK necessary; no coal bills to pay,
and it is always ready for use.
It is Verv Cheap.
o $300. ptato paper yon sawthisa d
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