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PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
8YMPTOMS OF A
Loss of nppPtite,Nusea,bowelR ooRtlve,
CEFTTiiok partPufn uncler'thei'Bhouldor;
bfiuYulineBjjjtihS't with' a dining
Irritabttityof temper. ljqw"pirit8tIjOBS
ofm'eiuoryjWitt a feeling; of having nej
Iooted ioaidutjweariness, Dimiiness,
. toterihof thejQL'eart,'not8 before tha
Eeaa at aight, highly colored Urine.
IF TESEE W AH5HIGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS PILLS " especially adapted to
audi es,e,,uie dose ell'eHs sncli achange
of feetln as to A'tonlsh the sutVerer.
ThynrrBMtlM ApMtlt, andeause tha
body W Tnk on fr'trali. tints the system Is
lHirralUoOnruns, lUvtilurMlnol an-pro.
dnrvd. 1'rlce St pwila. VS iiirrij Mt,, Rf.lr.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ORAT HAIBOrWHIPKURS changed to OLOSBV
Puck by a 1iik1u application of this Dvic It
Imparls a natural color, acts IimlimuiiiBOUsly.
6uld bjUruLMi-ur eul uy exnrms un receipt of il.
Office, 38 Murray St.. New York.
(Dr. TTVVS MAM Al t Vll.l lnftn .l k
UmAiI HmIiiU IU b. atllxl tU.lt am .jiphaUHisuf
ftprain, Itrfrna, Scolda, IH-ulsr, Boras.
DeiMt, tthpunmtlftiii, Holla, I leer. Old
Korea, Tuotliuche, lie ndarlie, wore
Tlirmit, Ant limit, HonrHeucB,
Ac, AC, &C.
- JTSTIX D. FULTON, I). P., Brooklyn, N.7.
Proving Itself to be a necessity in our horns."
P. A. WESTKIIVKLT, M. I)., Nashville. Tenn,
Have used Urge quantities of POND'S EXTRACT
In my prtctlce."
Mrs. 8. B. McOORD, Matron, TTome of Destitute
Children." We find it most efficacious and use
CatltlOll.PONB'a tXTBAOT Is sold only in
bottles with the name blown la the glass.
Kf It is unsafe to use othor artielos with our
directions. Insist on baring POND'S EXTRACT.
Uefuse all imitations and substitutes, ,
SPECIAL PREPARATIONS OF POND'S EX.
TRACT COM BIN KD WITH THE PC REST
AND MOST 1KLICATE PEhTOlIEa
FOB LADIIS" HOCDOIK.
POND'H EXTRACT fiOc,, $1.00 and $1.75
Toilet Cream 1.01) I Catarrh Cure 75
lip tiahe 5
Toilet 8oap(OcBkos) fi)
Inhaler (disss COo.) 1.00
iNassl Syrlniro 25
Medicated Taper... 25
Orders amounting to 5 worth, sent express free
on receipt of money or P. O. order.
tf-Oitb New Pamphlet witu Hibtoht or ocn
PUfABATIOM, SllKI FREE OK AVI'UCAXIOM TO
POND'S EXTRACT CO., .
14 W. 14th 6t., Hew Y otlli
Is a prcpRratloii of Protonldo of Iron, r'ruvl
riart sno me i-niu.pnnn,, "-" a
Vevflanie Aroniuiion. r.nn'irwru iy jji-....
Profehsbin, niid recotlimcnilcil by tliiiu for ly
arplM. . nct'al Drhllilr. I'rmalMMf
tration, t'nntalnrrnrs Irwin tevera
nd t'lironlflCIUIIa nnl 1't'vvr. Userve
wry purpose where a luMii is uecessary.
Inafictirei liy The Br.HarlcrMc'me Co., Sttouif.
The following Is one of the vury many teBtlmo
tuaia wti are ruwlvltiK dully !
(nilnw Home thne months ajro I bejran the
tSS Of Dll. II MU KK'S IKON Tl.NK', tll)0U UlJ aiK
vice of niony lrlendswlio knew lis virtues. I was
utTrrliiK from penorul deblllly to mcli an extent
tliatniyliiliorwasnceedliiKl) bui'lensome lomo.
A vacation of a month did not (rhe uui inui h re
lief, but on the contrary, wm followed by In.
creased prostritloii ami sinking inills. At mil
time I bwn the use of your Ikon Tonic, from
which 1 reallwl almost Immediate and wonilerlul
results. TlieoldeneiW returned and 1 found that
tnv natural force was not iinrniaiieully alialed. 1
tsveused three hollies of the Tonic. Mnco using
It 1 have done I lire the labor that 1 ever did In I be
aame time diii'lux my Illness, and with double the
ease. With lUu Iruuqull nerve and vlitorol body,
Lit oorae also a clearness of lliouiilit never be lore
enjoyed. If the T( in lo has not done the work,!
Liow uut what. 1 Klve U the credit.
Most gralefull y yours,
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, 187B. l'asturthrlsUan Church.
tlk by Druggists and General Dealers Every when
101 So. Clark St. CHICAGO, ILL.
Thelslest and most scloutlfic lns ittillon In the
TJnlted Mlntes, (or the Cure uf Cnronlr and J'rlvHle
diseases, Oon.rrlira. (Ileet ofloiiK standliiK, btrl
tare, Orchitis, Kupiuru. discuses of the skin snd
bones, mnrciirisl lbn.nt etc. sale'y slid private,
ly treated. HlTltnA TdHKIHKA. H. xual Deblllly
tosefllly ur- d. Vohuk t s.ilbThn! 'ruin weak
ness, rausi-d b liniirii(M.'!. S''tiel habits, ezcesl
, p ixtiiclni: .tin iilcs on the fa''.e. rush of blood lo
the heart, confusion lde is. heS'iiflio. defective
nieiiiory, loss ol sexual nower, nl'til losses, uvi
lou ui sucliMV, sleiijilessiiess. nermns prostrs.
lion, itenent liehillty and lintiitesiinn, reiidi'riiiu
mamss Improper, salelv tii.eil. V'e jtsari Btee
esret la Alt f na. we und:ilnl;u. wo nee to suffer
One lt louver. Under our tiesMi't'iit thebnily Is
ruble;! to islio ou rleMi. the ae:lil is Ijiereused
and lbs whole system Is imurl-hed in islnu tl.e
brain aiuljirrvs ioiei;ii!ii ili- lr vlnor. 1 'nrrenpun.
osnc (irillrteiilUI. Ku'l ulreclloni aent wllb thl
ssdlclnee. Address as abuts.
(A medicine, net Drink.)
iiopw, nt tur, jiandhaki:,
Ann Tua PrassT aki nssTMstufALQiiAU.
ti as or 4.L OTUKattin ass.
All IXsrsseaof thsfttomsrli, IViwels, Wood,
Liver, kldiieya.snd UrlnsryOiKoiis. Ner
VOUSUeas, Kleeiilessnrasaiid especially
OIOOO IN COLD.
Will be paid for ease they will not rare
help, or for an) thlnii Impure or Injurious
.VUI.U ,U .IKiJ.I.
Ask r"r drupplst for Hop Hitters snrl I
Uieui bufure yuu slaep. Take lioutbe
D T. C Is an absolute and Itmslstlbleeurn for
flu, ,. I. mi. iw. nf nt.liiii.. I i.luuuu, u.i.l
0(ko ma Ciacvua.
Km Hlllwt Mfe. ., K'lmurr M.T., a '
All aksaii until h JruvMala.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Dally (delivered fcyearrtors) pet week I
Dally (doliverud by carrier) one year... li 00
by mall (in advance) one year W 00
N'i month J
Three mouths I B0
'jne month 1 00
B? mall (in advance) ene year IOO
H ii month 10
T.iree months , M
Toclubtof live andovor(por copy) 1 BO
1'ustagu In all cases prepaid.
First insertion, per sqaare f 1 00
Mbeeqainitlnsertlons, pur square 50
P r one week, per square S 00
F inurHl notice 1 00
O'lHnarks and resgluttons passed by sooletlei
ten cunts per line.
Deaths and marrlacos free
First Insertion, per squa.v $ ' 50
8 ibseqneut insertions 1 00
V lht lines of solid nonpareil constitute a iqaare
Ditiplayed advertisement will be chsrued accord
lag to the space occupied, at above rates there be
lli twelve Hues of solid type to the inch,
To rupuiar auvertisere we oner superior induce
men both as to rates of charges and manner of
J (I'lsylug their favors.
Vh i iianer nisv be found on ale at Ueo. r. Howell
t Cr. s Newspaper Advertising Bareao, (10 Bpruco
ureei ;whee advertising contract! may be made
t r it in riow iok,
Communications upon subjects of general interest
to the public are at all times acceptable. Rejected
mnuusenpts will not DO le turned.
i.ouers ana coram iiications laouia De aaaressta
H. A. llurnutt, Cairo, Illinois.
Not a Minister.
An Aatsise Aivcnturo of i Snamor.
An Arkansas paper tella a story on
John A. Mocks, a traveling man for
Weil & Brother, of St. Louis. Ho had
just stepped off a train at a small town
in the southern part of tho State, when
ho was accosted by a countryman, who
asked, deferentially, "What isyournarao,
'Well, Brother Mocks, I am herewith
a spring-wagon, and am at your service
Are you ready to go now? Where is
Mceks did not question tho man who
had addressed him, supposing hira to bo
a merchant of tho village not far distant
Ho had been wondering if any means of
"transportation would no within reach,
nnd considered himself fortunate in se
curing a spring-wagon. The trip to the
village was mainly characterized by sil
ence. The driver made one or two al
lusions to religious matters, which
Meeks answered laconically. When tho
spring-wagon arrived at tho village,
Meeks was driven to the residence oi a
proriiini.'nt citizen, Mr. George Young,
where an excellent supper was waiting.
Mr. Young and his family were de
lighted to see the young man. ' Young
laughingly alluded to tho largo trunks
of his guest, remarking that the old saddle-bag
days were over. Meeks smiled
over a chicken bone, and affably agreed
with his host.
After supper tho party repaired to tho
parlor, where miscellaneous conversa
tion, tempered by a religious tone, was
engaged in. Finally Mr. Young, hand
ing Meeks a 15'ible, requested him to read
a certain chapter, which the young man
did. Then Young, clearing his throat
at one of his children, and nodding to
another, remarked:- -
Brother Meggs, lead us in prayer."
"Mt'ggs, theiTeiise!" exclaimed Meeks.
"My name is not Meggs. What in
thunder docs all this mean, anj' way? 1
am a St. Louis drummer "
"What!" exclaimed Young. "Aro you
not Hit! man who was sent here to preach
for us to-morrow?",
"I am sent hero to sell you goods, but
hanged if I'll preach for any body."
A rap at the door interrupted the con
versation. A young man, laliguou ana
muddy, entered and introduced himself
its Preacher Meggs. Tho mistake was
then explained.' Tho driver of tho
spring-wagon had taken the wrong man.
l'oer Meggs "hoofed" it seven miles.
Ueuulato first tho stomach, second tho liver;
especially the first, so as to perform their
functions perfectly and you wiu remove at
east nineteiin-twentieths of all the, ills that
mankind is heir to, in this or any other cli
mate. Hop Bitters is tho only thing that
will L''vo perfectly healthy natural action
to these two organs. Maine Farmer.
Why Wear Plasters?
They may relieve but they caDnot euro
that lame back for thu kidneys are the
trouble, and you want a remedy to act di
rectly tai tho secretions, to purify and re
store their healthy condition. Kidney-
Wort has that specific action snd at the
name time it regulates tho bowels perfectly.
Don't wait to get Hick, but get a package
today, and euro yourself. Either liquid
or dry for sale at the druggists. Bingham
The First Mormon Simon. ' i
Tho first Mormon preacher was aTnatt
named Aldrich. I heard his first sennon,
says a correspondent of tho Salt Lake
Tribune. When he got up in theschool
house lie said that ho would not preach
the new gospel unless Gabriel blowcd
his horn as a sign that ho endorsed his
views. Just then a loud blast of a horn
was heard, and then he began his proach
in,'.'. The horn business had a peculiar
effect upon some of tho congregation, .
and as it sounded night after night, Just
before ho preached, many of thu ignor
ant wero converted. 1 wns pnlyaschool
boy then, but myself and other school
boys determined to watch tho place
wliero tho sound caiuo from, and In a
grove of trees, not far from tho school
house, we found tho Gabriel up a treo,
with a fish-horn under his coat. Wo
made him come down, end found hlrnlo
bo a worthless fellow whom Smith had
hired to toot for him.
Ono day when Aldrich was preaching,
ho blew h'lu horn, ami a lot of old women
ennio out, thinking tho fish and clam
wagon was coming. Wo exposed tho
horn trick, and It was the laughing-stock
of tho town. "Wo used to tell tho man
to get a horn that was not a tish-horn.so
that the peoplo need not rush out, ex
The most astonishing tiling about tho
matter was that, although the fraud was
fully exposed, and the man who played
tho purl of Gabriel was caught dozens
nf times behind hedge and out-buildings,
blowing his old horn for Aldrich
to preach from, thero were lots of peo
ple who believed that tho religion was
tho only truo religion, ami plenty of peo
ple Joined tho church, and even gave up
ull ihclr property to it.
CAIRO BLLLETIN: THURSDAY
Piles! Piles 1 1 Mcs!!!
A BUUE CUIIK FOUND AT LAST. NO ONH NEED
A sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding,
Itchinir nnd Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box has curoa tno worst
chronic cases of 23 and 80 years standing.
No odo need suffer five minutes alter apply
ing this wonderful soothing medicino.
Lotions, Instruments and Jidectuaries no
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays the intenso
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm, in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant and painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
and nothing else.
Read what tho Hon J. M. Coffinbcrry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William'B Indian
Pile Ointment? "I have used scores of
pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to say
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian nlo Umtment."
For Bale by all druggists, or mailed on
receipt of pneo $1.00.
Frank S. Henry & Co., O
Solo Prop's, Cleveland,
For sale by Geo. E. O'iiaiia, Druggis.
Tommy's Eeward for Eeturning $4,640
to the Owner.
Tommy Burns, tho froekled-faced
newsboy of the Union Depot, is a dis-
f usted boy. Besides selling papers,
ommy keeps an eye on tubings general
ly about the depot, and particularly on
elongated cigar stumps. A "dusty trav
eler from Arkansas walked into the
ticket oflice this morning, and swinging
a faded overcoat between his legs he bo
gan negotiations for the purchase of a
ticket to Louisvillo, Ky. Securing his
ticket, he was referred to the baggage
room to check a box which he dignified
with tho appellation of a trunk. As ho
turned to leave, tho benjamin dropped
on tho floor, and little Tommy picked it
up and handed it over to tho ticket
agent. Shortly after this Sergeant
Burke was standing in the ticket office,
when the Arkansas emigrant rushed fran
tically in and proclaimed the loss of his
coat. "Well, it s not worth much, is it?"
asked Sergeant Burke, whoso quick eye
sized up tho rest of the stranger's habili
ments. "No; the coat ain't worth much, but
it's got $1,C 10 sewed in the inside."
At this point in ihe discussion Tom
my's red cranium popped up in tho
group, and ho shouted, "I found your
coat mister." Tho stranger was given
back his coat and $4,640, and turningto
Tommy Burns, said, "I'll make you a
presont, boy," and taking a J'l bill from
his pocket he gave it to the boy with a
great flourish. Ho said his name was
G. W. Bonnott; he came from Fayotto-
ville, Ark., and was on his was to a place
near Louisville to buy a farm. SLLouis
"Condition" in Horses.'
"Condition" has much to do with the
question of ability to undergo severo la
bor in inclement weather without unduo
hazard. Condition is a slate of the
body not acquired in a day, as all ex
perienced horsemen know. Without
this, the trotting or tho running horse is
well understood to possess no hardiness;
in other words, no power of endurance
under hard pushing, antl at tho same
time a vital stamina that will enable tho
possessor to ward off disease, though
hard pressed and over-heated. An at
tentat, often made by tho novice to put
a horse in condition for hard labor by
suddenly increasing his feed, is inevita
bly' followed by failure. Only a system
of prudent, sleady feeding, daily, vigor
ous exereiso of the muscles being prac
ticed at the same time, will insure suc
cess. If this bo omitted, the animal
will perspire ftecly with even moderate
exercise. His heart will be found lo
run up in the frequency of its motions,
thumping against tho ribs more or less
violently. This can easily bo detected
by placing the car over the region of
the heart, or, in fact, over any part of
the chest in proximity to tho heart.
Suddenly feeding the horse up fixes a
tendency to this. Steady, muscular ex
ertion builds against this tendency, and
virtually removes it, if the practice be
thoroughly carried out . Do not mistake
by supposing that these results will only
follow fast work. A severe pulleven
a single effort, if Keverc will cause as
vigorous spasmodic efforts of the heart
as though tho animal had been brought
to his best speed under the lash. Na
tional LivC'8toch Journal, Chicago.
As Thousands Do Testify,
So docs Thomas Hoberts, Wholesale Grocer,
Philadelphia, who says: Burnett's Coco
aino allays all, irritation of tho scalp, aod
will most effectually remove dandruff snd
prevent tho hair from falling out."
Burnett,s Flavoring E::trncts. Tho su
periority of those extracts consists in their
perfect purity and gieat strength. They
aro wan anted free Hour tho poisonous oils
and acids which enter into the composition
of muny factitious fruit flavors.
A Disappointment. '
Pprlnjr, of a sudden, omno to llfo ono day. k
Kre this, the winter had been cold and chill, i
That iimrninif II rut tbo suinmnr air did fill
The world, making bloak March soeui almost
. May. .
The daffodils wnro liloomlnir iroMen gavt
The bltvh trees buiMcd purple on tho hill: 17
The roe, Unit clumliored up the window-sill, I
I'nt foith a crimson shoot. All yesterday S
The winds about tho easement chilly blew,
Uut now the U'oeze that pltiyod about to
So caught the douJ leaves that I thought thorw
Hew , I
rjnnvn liutturlllo up from the grnssy floor.
Uut mime ono sala yuu cuino not. An, toe
And I, 1 thought that winter rolguod one
Ai.ics Mabt Blunt.
I A remarkablo uso is belli": made d
potatoos. Tho clean-peeled tuber fci
macerated in a solution of sulphur! )
acid. The result is dried between shoofa
of blotting paper, anil then pressed. Oi
this all manner of small articles ars
made, from combs to collars, and even
billiard balls, for which tho hard, brl-liantly-whito
material is well-fitted, v;
Chicago girls neod looking after. Two
of them ran away with saddle-horses,
and now all the youth of that city gave
tho young ladles a wide berth, for fear
they will attempt to run away with tho
young men. Oscar Wildo Is badly need
ed In tho lako city to reach simplicity, -f
r G' . SKE FEBRUARY
"An Alarming Spf&d of Small-pox
Ton moat notent reinedv to ston the snread
of this great scourge is Darby's Prophylac
tic Fluid, which in ready tor usoatau
times. Persons aro liable at any moment
to 'catch" the disease, and Bhould get tho
Fluid at once and use it freely about, as
places cannot be infected where tho Fluid
isusod. Persons attending the sick or in
other woys exposed to the disease will be
protected by its free use.
Tho traveler in Sweden and Norway
sees many customs which indicate that
the people nro unusually courteous
and honest. At tho railway dining sta
tions, a largo tablo is set in the eentro
of a spacious room. Upon it are dis
played a variety of tempting dishes, and
piles of warm plates with knives, forks,
Tho passengers enter without confu
sion, walk around the central table, so
lect what dishes they liko best, and then
seat themselves at little marble tables
scattered in the room. Every person,
remembering t hat his neighbor may liko
the dish of which ho partakes, helps
himself with moderation. For tho din
ner a fixed silm is charged, about thirty
nine cents; but wine, beer, and coffee
being extras, tho guest tells how much
of each he has drank. His word is taken
without question, as no one watches
On board tho steamboats three meals
a day are served, which, however, aro
not included in tho prico of tho passage.
After each meal, the passenger who has
partaken writes his namo in a largo
hook, and records under it what ho has
eaten or drank.
When ho is ready to go ashore, he
calls ono of tho waiters a girl who
puts tho price against every item, adds
up tho amount, and puts tho sum she
receives in her pocket When tho
money becomes too heavy, who gives it,
without counting, to the stewardess.
All is left to the honesty of tho peo
plo. Instead of this confidence beget
ting laxity, it makes everyone careful to
pay to the uttermost penny. His honor
is at stake; therefore ho feels obliged to
be very particular.
Mr.'Du Chaillu tells of a servant girl
who brought him a gold locket which
he had dropped on the floor the previous
evening, while displaying his curiosi
ties. "Why did you not keep it?" he said,
"How, fhen," she answered, "could
I ever walk erect and look people in the
He once had hard work tomako a man
accept a small sum of money w hich ho
had earned. The honest fellow had
traveled on snow-shoos in the soft snoW
for an hour to restore to Mr. Du Chailiu
his gold watch and chain, which ho had
left under his pillow at tho liouso where
ho had slept the evening before. Only
by showing him that he was paid for his
loss of time, and not for returning what
did not belong to him, could ho bo per
suaded to accept the money.
An Iowa editor was challenged to
fight a duel. He' promptly accepted,
and chose axes as tho weapons. Then
ho issued a supplement, ana named for
ty rods as tho distance.
Mad fiiom Harmless Matekials, and
adapted to the needs of fading an J falling
hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken the
first rank as an decant and reliable hair
, Leading Members
of the dramatic and muBicAl professions
testify to the beautifying influence ofSozo
dont upon the teeth. Personal comeliness
Js a positive capital to public performers,
and they find that the use of Sozodont ma
terially seconds the natural charm of
pleasing face. Let nil who wish to avert
the disaster sure to overtake neglected
teeth, try a new departure snd cleanse them
regularly with this agreeable preservative.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, (Sc., 1
will send a recipe trmt will euro you, free
of charge. Tins L'reat remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to tho Rev.
Joseph T. Iuman, Station D, New York
Evils to be Avoided.
Over eating is in one sense as produc
tive of evil as intemperance in drinking.
Avoid both, and keep, tho blond' purified
with Burdock Blood Bitters, and you will
be rewarded with robust health and an in
A nasal injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Prico 50
Fhakk Baudal, North Bennett street,
Buffalo, says: "I have tried your Spring
Blossom as a family medicine and have
never come across anything to do so much
good in so short a time in cases of indiges
tion, dyspepsia nnd derangement of the
stomach; I strongly recommend it."
Price CO cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asonith Hall, Bingham, N. Y., writes:
"I suffered for several months with a dull
pain through left lung ami shoulders. 1
lost my spirits, appetite anb color, nnd
could with difliculty keep up all day. My
mother procured sonio Burdock Blook Bit
ters; I took them as directed, and have
felt no pain since first week after using
them, and am now quite well."
Deaf as a Post.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Ont., Btatcs
that for fifteen months she was troubled
with a disease in the ear, causing entire
deafness. In ten minutes after using
Thomas1 Electrio Oil she found relief, and
in a short time she was entirely cured and
her hearing restored.
Thomas Fitchen, Bradford, Pa., writes!
"I enclose money for Spring Blossom, as I
said I would if it cured me. My dyspep
sia has vanished, with all its symptoms.
Many tbanKs; I shall ncvor bo without it
in the houae."
Price 50 cents, hial bottles 10 cents.
GREAT Germ DESTROYER.
Prophylactic Fluid !
Ulc'irs purified and heal
ed. (JaiiKrone pre
vented aud cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured in short
Tot tor dried up.
It Isperfecily harmless.
For sore throat It Is a
sTnffi Ti?iThm TssVBi IP'sl
Ship fever prevented by
In cases of death In the
house, it should al
ways bo used about
the corpsu it will
pruveut auy unpless
ant smell. An anti
dote fur antu al or veg
etable poisons, Btingg,
Duneorous efllnvias of
sli'k rooms and hospit
als removed by Its use
Yellow fever eradicated.
E R ADIOAT E D
Hick rooms purilled and
Fevered and sli'k per
sons relieved aud ru
fresned bv bathing
Kluld added to the
Soft white complexions
secured by Its use in
Impure ulr made Jiurin
' less and purified by
To purify thu breath,
dean so the teeth, it
can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Hums relieved Instmtly.
Hears prevented .
Kcmovui all unpleasant
In fact it Is the great
. Disinfectant ami Purifier.
Mflnufacturlnu Chemists, SOLE I'HOPHIETOBS.
MWiTP Tf ftTITfl
Tubercular DiitnsH of lnriKtirul
liroriehi t iw.
Tubercular consumption of the longs Is that
form of the disease mo-t common, most fatal, and
until recent. y considered incurable. Tubercle,
from which the r auie is derived, is a morbid pro
dnct, d'posl'ed from diseased blood in various
parts of the hndy; and in proportion as that fluid
Is impure, and length of dme ft remains so, will
tubercular diathesis continue.
Kali. :vkk, AIass. , March DHb, 1879.
James I Fellows, Esq
DcarHir: Abeut three years aeo I was attacked
with i roncblils and tuberca ar disease of the left
luug, and suffered for two years so severely that I
was unuble to attend t business. About a year ago
I was advised to try Fellows' hyrup of Uypophosi
ph'iles, and before I had finished one bottle my ap
peliieand sirenuln were graty Improved; my
cough became less troublesome, my sleep was
sound and refreshing, whi- h bad not been the case
forover a year. I had suffered from nervousness
and difficult breathing all the time I was sick; but
your syrap has enred It all. I advise all persons
afflicted ss I was to nse Fellows' byrup of llypo
(Signed) JAMES II. STEWART.
An endless chain of good etlccts la formed by
Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphltes, and
we are safe In saying, from a long experience In
medicine, Its virtues are not possessed by any oth
For Sale by all Drunglsts
Sir hsksui . . u j tki vtiPrfr
you sulTetfrora dyspepsia, nse
I1URDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you are uflllcted with biliousness, use
BUIilNJCK ItLOOD BITTEKS,
If yoa are prostrated with sick beadai c, take
BUKDOCK HI.OOD B1TTER8
tf your bowels ate disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
tf your bloed Is Impure, purify it with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yon have In digestion, you will find an antidote in
BURDOCK ULOOD BITTERS.
If von aro troubled with spring compla.nts, 'rndl-
Icato'thum with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTttRS.
II your liver Is torpid restore It to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTBIIS,
tf your liver ts affected yon will find a slniro restor
ative in BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon bavo auy spcles of liutaoror plrrple, fall
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon have any sitnpt'iins of tilrtiri or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
For Impnrtlng strength nnd vitality to the system,
uothlngcan cmnil BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
For Nervous and Ooneral Debility, tone up tho
system with ;Ut'HDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS
Pmcs 1 rr.it noTrts; Tiiial humus, lOem,
FOSTER, MILBCRM CO., Proirs,
BFFFALO, N. Y.
For salo by PAUL O. SC11UU. ' Ci)
business now bufore lb public
an make money raster in
ir us mar. ai anything
.'apltsl not nuvded. We
art you. WIU s day and
upwards made at boms by tho
industrious men, women, boys and girl- wanted uv
erywhere to work for us. Now Is the time. You
can work in spare tlmeonlynr glvo your whnl't time
to tho business. You can live at home and do tho
work. No other business will puy you uesrly as
well. No ono can full to malm enormous puy by
engngtng at once. Cosily outfit anil terms free,
Monev made fast, easily and honorably. Address
Truo A Co,, August, Maine. Ib-dO.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE Marts.. Tho flrent Kng-
fZ'9f Hslla 1'eim.dy, An
vXTT'Va tliilitllliitf cure for
-," seminal weakness
i W spermatorrhea, Ini
potency a.id all
diseases thai folow
si a suiiiunco
of lelf-ahuse; as
lr, nf ,it,tiwtu
colore iaking.iivrsi lassitude j p.nf, ivv4n
epaln in th buck,1"101 alllg;
aimncss or vision, prmniitiirn old ago, and many
other diseases that lead to insan tv, oonsiunptlou
or a premature trravn. .
f.T7-i(uu particulars in our pampniot, wiiicn we
(leslao to send free bv mall to evervone. IWThe
NpocillcMudlclne Is told bvatl druggists at gl imr
package, or six packages for fft, or will be sent fiue
bv mall on rooei pt of the utonov, bv sddressln
TUB Ull AX JUKOIUlINtf V
Bold In Cairo bv Paul
i' !, L,
V ? 4
a f H a
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WOKIjD.
it alone issues
..ipuiuuufi uini wiu luiibiaci ui lusursucsf rauau
Lot be (listened" alter It is tbroe year old,
and that sucb policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
its policy Is clear and concise, and contain!
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-UKAn VOT'R P01.1C1M. Comn.r. the
short anff simple form used by the Bouitable with
tho long and obscure contracts loaded down witb
technicalities issued by other companies t
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. B. See the many letters from Dollrv holder.
exprsssUI their gratiilraiion with tbe returns from
meir jontini bAVtsuAtt cNU 1'ouciss.
.Because of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invented, nearly
E. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Office, corner U'th and Washington.
November iM, ltsl. m'Jdw
MUTCAL AID SOCIETY,
jgt'REKA I EUREKA ! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOE LIFE ISSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrcanlMd July 1Mb, 1377, Under the Lawi o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jolv
9, 1877, Under ArtofCongreia.
J. A. lioi.nsTtvn
tJ. T. III. 1)11
J. J. GORDON
TJ. LKICIITON T Timuig
.C. WHITE, W. F. PITCIIKR.
J. 8. McUAliEV.
Wllil.m Mtrfttfnn. tt tit .Ht..,n A Tl.. . . i i-
crncers: I'aul u. hchuh. hnll..t h ...i.ii n.n..
gist: ilaxuu Leigh ton, commission merchant; Jas.
8. McUaitey, lumber dealer: J. J. InitHnn ,h..
Iclan; J. A, Holdstlne, of uoldstlue Si Itosenwater.
nuuii-rniu biiu i.i.ii ufj gllOO, pin; Wm.lf . ritCD.
nr. ontiiriil st'iint' 1l,n..v It Lill t . x
-., ........... --- "iu, vivj primer anu
book binder; Cuealoy Haynus, Cooper; Jno. C.
uui.-, nnniriou. ni-vrvinry ana solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In Boor and grain) F. Bross. presl-
Hrtnt A li,vi,..s r.i,nl ,, U....I. . . l ill it . T. .
.... ..... ,..,, usns, v., ti . jiunuricxs,
contractor and buildor; Cyrus Clove, general
K'-ni, iuuiiisf i..jvin, aeoreiary ana attorney at
law; L. 8, Thomas, broom manufacture; W. K
Rtiasel, contractor and builder; C. T, Iludd
agent C.8t. L.4N.O. rullaoad; Moses Phllllps.car
tieuier; II. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
ltev. J. Hpenccr, clergyman, Bt Louis, Mo.; 3. H.
Uethuue, clretilt clerk, Mississippi comity, Charlel
ton. Mo.; J. 11 Moore , lav.ver, Commerce, Mo.i
D. Hlngletarv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, phvslclan, Fulton, Kv.; Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.;A. Htclnhurh, maniitacturer of sad
dlerv, Evansvllln, lnd.;lko Audoraon, socroury
to superlntendotit C . Nt. L. 4 N O. railroad. Jack
son, fenn.) J. 8. Robertson, phvslclan, White
vil e, lenn.t Ihomiis A. Osborn, harnesa maker,
Bo War, Tenn . ; Win. L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tising Agen 3," Hullv Sonns-s. Mini
by this simple ' water.
si power Inveutlon may
v-J avoid all tbe lalmr and
injury or oriviug nef
Sewing Machine. Ovei
A.OOO of these nacku
Water Motors, nolaelssv
and ornnmental, adapt
ed to all Sewing Ma
chines, are now giving
wo sites are made for
iouaeuold Kewlnur Ma
chines, l'rtce, gl 5 and
i'i'i.AO. Also larger
slrs for faotory needs
and for aU kluda of ma
Bend for Circular to
BACKUS WATER MOTOll CO., Newark, K.i
This !i tho
MoHt Economical Power Known
FOR MIViiNU LIGHT MACHIMEEY I
It takes 1ui little room.
It Dover Rets out of repair .
H cannot blow up.
It require! no foul.
It needs no engineer.
There Is no dolay t no firing up; no ashes to clcau
away r no extra lniurauce to pay; no repa
lng necessary no coal bills to pay,
and it Is always roady for use.
It is Very Cheap.
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